Friday’s radio podcast, hosted by Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner, from the final day of the Farm Progress Show in Regina — highlights:

  • Meteorologist Drew Lerner’s weather outlook for the prairies and Ontario (recorded on Thursday, before the torrential overnight rains in Ontario)
  • A farmer panel discussion on crop progress, trade, the federal Liberals and more with Gunter Jochum, Jim Wickett and Margaret Hansen (recorded at the Western Canadian Wheat Growers Ass’n barbecue).
  • Sask. Ag Minister Lyle Stewart

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

One thought on “RealAg Radio, June 23: Drew Lerner, Lyle Stewart & Wheat Grower panel

  1. We don’t need heat. We need RAIN!!

    Since May 1st there have been 9 days with measurable precipitation, for a total of 9 tenths of an inch. Average of one tenth each.
    The biggest rain was 0.14 inches.
    None of those 9 rains were of any use. They were much, much too small. The incessant wind merely evaporated them again. I am located in the extreme SW corner of Sask.

    I have fields with only 60% germination. Seed has been in the ground for 4 weeks or more. Just too dry.

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