RealAg Radio, March 10: Ag in the Classroom Response to Activists, Wheat Growers’ Highlights, & Winter Wheat Survival

Johanne Ross

It’s Friday already, as we look back on a busy week here on RealAg Radio that’s included the Canola Council of Canada’s 50th convention, the Advancing Women in Ag conference, the London Farm Show, Malt Masters and more…

Guests today include Saskatchewan farmer and Western Canadian Wheat Growers director Cheralyn Nagel, Agriculture in the Classroom-Canada executive director Johanne Ross, and Curtis Parks of Rocky Mountain Equipment.

We wrap it up with a bang — Wheat Pete is back from Zambia (as we heard on Thursday’s show) for this week’s edition of the Word!

 

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