RealAg Radio, July 26: Chocolate milk, Italian protectionism & mega myths about farming

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Wednesday’s edition of RealAg Radio, with Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner — highlights (not necessarily in this order):

  • Cam Dahl, president of Cereals Canada, on Italy ignoring EU rules and imposing country of origin labeling on pasta, threatening Canadian durum exports;
  • Shaun and Kelvin discuss the Washington Post article on the top 10 myths about farming;
  • RockyTalk with Chad Moskal on AccuTurn Flex;
  • Celebrating #PremiseIDWeek;
  • AGT Food attracts $130 million investment;
  • U.S. wheat quality tour reports;
  • and where does chocolate milk rank on concerns as a parent when dropping kids off at school?

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