RealAg Radio, Sept 8: #Taxshelter tweets, rising interest rates, & ‘Made in Canada’ farm equipment

Here’s the RealAg Radio September 8 podcast, hosted by Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner — highlights:

  • Sask. harvest well ahead of normal;
  • Kevin Folta taking the New York Times to court;
  • JP Gervais, chief economist with Farm Credit Canada, on the Bank of Canada’s decision to raise interest rates again and the stronger Canadian dollar;
  • Andrew Campbell joins Shaun and Kelvin for a Friday Roundtable discussion on the proposed federal tax changes, where ‘Made-in-Canada’ ranks on the list of factors to consider when buying new farm equipment, and Brad Wall bringing up A&W’s beef sourcing practices.

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

 

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