RealAg Radio, May 31: National food policy, listener feedback, & how much would you pay for better internet?

Ag Minister Lawrence MacAulay at Ryerson University on Monday (photo via @RyersonU, Twitter).

Wednesday’s radio podcast, with co-hosts Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner, includes:

  • thanks to our listeners for sharing feedback! Some great points on the CPC leadership vote, vertical farming, and rural internet service (email [email protected] or [email protected], @realagriculture on Twitter).
  • Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay discusses the launch of consultations on a national food policy.
  • A look at weather conditions across much of the country, with harvest continuing in northern parts of the prairies and planting wrapping up in other parts of the country.
  • RockyTalk with Rob Fagnau of Bourgault on technology in the field.
  • Uh oh. Ractopamine found in a shipment of Canadian pork to China, Ontario raising minimum wage to $15…and more!

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


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