RealAg Radio, June 14: Railway carbon taxes, Ag Hall of Fame inductees & the spring wheat rally

Debra Murphy, 2012

Wednesday’s radio podcast, hosted by Kelvin Heppner and Kara Oosterhuis — highlights:

  • how long can this spring wheat rally last, especially in light of recent rains? Ken Ball of PI Financial discusses;
  • new report shows all 11 countries still stand to gain from ratifying the Trans-Pacific Partnership without the U.S. (Canada stands to gain more than in a deal with the U.S.);
  • Herb McLane of the Canadian Ag Hall of Fame discusses this year’s inductees and the gender balance in the hall;
  • Michael Gullo of the Railway Association of Canada on the impact carbon pricing policies will have on railways (and therefore shippers), and whether carbon taxes will incent a shift from truck to train.

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

 

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