RealAg Radio, Sept 7: Stealing signs, seasonal slumps, and the problem facing Perdue & MacAulay

MacAulay, Perdue and Mexico's Jose Calzada enjoying some Georgia ice cream (source: Twitter).

Thursday’s edition of RealAg Radio, hosted by Shaun Haney — highlights:

  • Red Sox allegedly using technology (an Apple watch) to cheat (steal and communicate the catcher’s signs) — Does this happen in agriculture? Is this any different than companies spying on each other with drones? Haney says he’s heard of seed companies planting dummy plots to fool spies;
  • Ben Voss discusses the Morris Industries’ change in ownership;
  • John Deere to acquire machine learning leader Blue River Technology;
  • Quebec’s Outstanding Young Farmers chosen for 2017;
  • What kind of dollars will producers actually see by participating in the Canadian Beef Sustainability Acceleration Project? Deborah Wilson, senior vice president with BIXS, joins Kelvin Heppner;
  • Do Sonny Perdue (U.S. Secretary of Agriculture) and Lawrence MacAulay (Canadian Minister of Agriculture) have the same challenge ahead of them?
  • Chuck Penner, LeftField Commodity Research, discusses the StatsCan report and seasonal weakness in grain markets with Kelvin; and
  • Wheat Pete discusses perennial weed control and answers your agronomy questions in this week’s Word.

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

 

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