RealAg Radio, Nov 3: A slowing economy, elemental sulphur and trade galore

Host Shaun Haney starts off the conversation today with a nod to the diversity of consumers, and a head-shake to falling snow. Then:

  • Top Ag News – October job numbers better than expected; Wall Street poll on potential for U.S. to withdraw from North American Free Trade Agreement; new United Conservative Party leader names ag critic; Alberta welcomed back to Chicken Farmers of Canada; an update on the farmer who lost two cows and a bull to illegally dumped canola seed; Manitoba decreasing regulation and red tape, including a potential end to a moratorium on building hog barns by the end of the month; and Movember, Show Your 4H Colours.
  • J.P. Gervais, chief economist with Farm Credit Canada, talks about the new federal reserve chair and the slowing Canadian economy.
  • Bio-Cycle Solution’s elemental sulphur product.
  • Kelvin Heppner and Shaun Haney discuss trade — NAFTA, TPP11 and APEC.
  • Kelvin’s Hot Picks.

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


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