Shaun returns to host Friday’s RealAg Radio show/podcast with Kelvin. Highlights:
- Lots of castles and old churches in Sweden and Denmark;
- Trudeau visits Global 4-H Summit;
- Gov’t officials in Saskatchewan say 200 cattle died due to high sulphates in water source, likely related to recent hot, dry weather;
- Anne Wasko on how Canadian cattle values have quietly shifted from trading above U.S. to well below, how things are lining up for the fall run, which could come earlier due to drought;
- Lorne Boundy of Paterson Grain on differentiating between the high protein wheat market and overall wheat market, some things to keep in mind when marketing wheat and oats, how dryness is impacting overall production estimates, and more;
- Today’s TechTour episode, featuring our friend Jim Hale at Lancer, Sask. explaining how he uses cameras on equipment to boost efficiency and productivity.
Catch RealAg Radio every weekday at 4pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM!