RealAg Radio, May 18: NAFTA clock starts ticking, GM labeling, & appreciating ‘greatness’

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Thursday’s show features co-hosts Shaun and Kelvin discussing the Trump administration’s formal move toward NAFTA renegotiation in 90 days, the defeat of a private member’s bill that would’ve made GM labels on food mandatory, and the impact political drama in Washington and Brazil is having on the markets.

We get caught up on how #plant17 is going/not going with four farmers across Ontario and the Prairies — Andrew Campbell, Ron Krahn, Kim Keller and Greg Service — in this weeks’ Farmer Rapid Fire segment, and wrap up with Peter Johnson answering your agronomy questions on Wheat Pete’s Word.

Join us for RealAg Radio every weekday at 4pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM! Enjoy!

 

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