RealAg Radio, August 10: USDA surprises, Brad Wall’s retiring & Farmer Rapid Fire

Brad Wall during 2016 leaders debate (By Daniel Paquet - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0)

Thursday’s edition of RealAg Radio with Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner, and no shortage of things to talk about:

  • The USDA’s highly-anticipated August corn and soybean yield numbers came in higher than expected, as Matthew Pot breaks down Thursday’s report;
  • Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall announces he’s stepping down;
  • Farmer Rapid Fire — updates from the Maritimes to the Prairies.
  • Canadians want GMO labeling, but don’t know much about GMOs, according to survey
  • And of course, Wheat Pete’s Word — updates on insect pests, harvest results and more in our weekly agronomy session with Peter Johnson.

Don’t miss RealAg Radio every weekday at 4pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM!

 

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paul heglund

Field peas being combined here too (deep SW SK) . The best pea crops are doing 30 bu/ac. The winter wheat is harvested too but I have not heard yield.
I have heard the elevator up in Maple Creek has received some new crop durum. The sample is heavily downgraded due to heat wrinkle.

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