RealAg Radio, Nov 23: Cybersecurity, grain futures, and canola variety selection

A tour group compares canola plots. Stock photo, 2015.

Happy Thanksgiving to our American counterparts! Unfortunately, says host Shaun Haney, politics appears to be dividing us — even dividing families. We need to do a better job of disagreeing. We need to be able to engage in discussion, and actually learn from other points of view.

What do you think? Are you seeing the degradation of valuable debate?

Then, on the show:

  • Nick Badminton, futurist, on societal changes being driven by technology, particularly as it relates to: cybersecurity and autonomous vehicles.
  • Brett Young Seeds’ disease rating system, and what it offers canola variety selection.
  • Angie Setzer, Grain for Citizens LLC, breaks down the corn and soybean markets.
  • Host Peter Johnson joins for this week’s Wheat Pete’s Word.

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


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