RealAg Radio, Oct 11: Satellite imagery, market frustration and preparing equipment for storage

Co-hosts Kelvin Heppner and Shaun Haney start off the show with one of the strangest dairy commercials ever created. Then:

  • Top Ag News – Farmer’s Edge partners with Planet Labs, an update on North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food in Europe, federal government announces super-clusters, Manitoba Crop Report, India reported to be planning to sell domestic pulses to prevent rotting of surplus, and U.S. wheat growers questioning lack of bilateral trade deals.
  • Preparing equipment for winter storage.
  • Wade Barnes, CEO of Farmer’s Edge, on travel, precision agriculture, unmanned aerial vehicles, and same-day satellite imagery.
  • FarmLead’s Brennan Turner joins to talk about the markets, including farmer frustration in wheat and durum.

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