Spring Harvest, Flattened Cereals & Surprising Optimism for '17 — Sask. Farmer Roundtable from TechTour Live

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At the risk of sounding like a broken record, there’s a surprising amount of optimism among Western Canadian farmers heading into the 2017 seeding season (and in many cases, the conclusion of the 2016 harvest.)

Jim Hale of Lancer, David Olson of Tisdale, and Trevor Scherman of Battleford, Saskatchewan joined Shaun following the TechTour Live event in Saskatoon earlier this month to discuss what they learned from Dan Thurmon and Randy Dowdy, plans for managing 2016 crop left in the field, and why they’re remarkably upbeat about the prospects for the 2017 growing season.

(Originally heard on RealAg Radio on SiriusXM Channel 147.)

Related: Flood Risk, Tile Drainage, and Good Data — Manitoba Farmer Roundtable from TechTour Live

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