RealAg Radio, April 27: NAFTA Flip-Flop, Plant17 & Crop Insurance for Unharvested Acres

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Thursday’s podcast features Toronto-based international trade lawyer Mark Warner, sharing his insight on the news around NAFTA this week and what the renegotiation process with the Trump administration could look like.

Greg Sears, chair of the Alberta Canola Producers Commission, discusses the tough situation facing Alberta producers who still have around a million acres of unharvested crop and changes they’d like to see made to crop insurance to minimize delays when fields dry up.

And as #plant17 ramps up, we wrap up the podcast with this week’s edition of Wheat Pete’s Word, with Peter Johnson.

 

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