RealAg Radio, August 2: Cheese imports, wheat market development, & on-farm fitness

Wednesday’s edition of RealAg Radio, as heard on SiriusXM 147, hosted by Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner — highlights:

  • The Canadian International Grains Institute and Cereals Canada acknowledge there’s been conversations about them joining forces;
  • Deputy ambassador and advisory panel for upcoming NAFTA negotiations announced, with some connections to Canadian ag;
  • Dairy groups not pleased with how Canadian government has allocated import licenses for cheese under the Canada-EU trade deal, now set to take effect in late September;
  • Servicing your seeder for storage and/or seeding winter cereals;
  • No time to go to the gym? Alberta farmer Gary Chambers discusses tips for making your own ‘gym’ and staying fit on the farm;
  • Could the Blue Jays have done more at the trade deadline?

Catch RealAg Radio every weekday at 4pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM!

 

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