RealAg Radio, Dec 22: Special Edition — A year in review and a look to the new

First off, is Bailey’s only a Canadian thing? Or do Americans drink it in their coffee too? Then, on the show, RealAgriculture’s Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner address the following questionnaire to summarize the year that was, and look forward to the next one:

What was the most overused word or term of 2017?
Name an ag machinery story that stands out to you.
A political drama that was overblown in the press?
A topic a celebrity or politician should never have touched.
Something you’d rather forget.
Something you’d like to re-live.
Someone our country lost, and should continue to celebrate.
Movie of the year.
Song of the year.
Funniest quote or best meme.

What’s the next big, North American fad?
What success do you hope to see and hear about in 2018?
What can farmers look forward to this new year?
What should the agriculture community keep an eye on?
Name one New Year’s resolution people within the ag community should consider (if specific, tell us who should consider it – e.g. producers, industry, communicators etc.)

Any of these questions you want to weigh in on? Anything you vehemently disagree with the hosts about? Write us a note in the comment section!

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