RealAg Radio, Sept 27: Healthy pollinators and optimism in Ottawa

Parliament Building in Ottawa (Photo by Saffron Blaze, CC BY-SA 3.0)

Co-hosts Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner are back for this Wednesday edition of the show. In this episode:

  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may have a bit of a problem, as the U.S. seems to be lowering corporate taxes while the federal government here is moving in the opposite direction.
  • Syngenta to pay close to $1.5 billion in genetically modified corn trade issue.
  • Farm groups are optimistic about third round of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) discussions — Kelvin talks to Brian Innes, president of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance, and Cam Dahl, president of Cereals Canada.
  • Isabelle Bouchard, Dairy Farmers of Canada, says dairy hasn’t been mentioned in the NAFTA discussions in Ottawa so far, “…but the third round is not over yet.”
  • How to properly prepare your combine for winter storage.
  • Gregory Sekulic, Canola Council of Canada, talks turtlenecks and pollinator health, stating that the USDA, StatsCan and UNFAO all report increases in colony numbers.

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

 

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