RealAg Radio, March 22: Water Day, Regulated Rotations, CRISPR, and The Jolene Brown

Water is a key component of beer, explains RealAg Radio occasional co-host Lyndsey Smith, and co-host Shaun Haney is pretty sure Chris Farley sketch comedy is hard-hitting news that matters to farmers. That’s where we start off with the March 22, 2017, edition of RealAg Radio, but we promise you, it gets better.

From a big discussion on pulse crop shipping hiccups to India, to biotechnology helping reduce cancer cases (yes, you read that right. Read more here), to whether or not we’ll see a day where farmers are regulated into what crop rotation they must adhere to, Lyndsey and Shaun cover a lot of ground.

Also, you’ll hear from farm succession guru Jolene Brown, and hear from Decisive Farming’s Remi Schmaltz in our regular segment, Rocky Talk.

Catch RealAg Radio every weekday afternoon at 4 pm eastern on Rural Radio Channel 147 on SiriusXM!

 

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