RealAg Radio, Jan 23: Grumpy Bob, Barlow’s trip to Washington & Canada’s TPP commitment

It’s a busy news day, as Canada and the other 10 countries in the Trans-Pacific Partnership reached a deal this morning — welcomed news for export-oriented sectors of Canadian agriculture.

On today’s show, Shaun Haney is joined by:

  • Kelvin Heppner to discuss the TPP commitment made by Canada, NAFTA, and the launch of the Do More Ag Foundation;
  • Jon Treloar of Monsanto BioAg for a conversation about the potential for biologicals;
  • Jim Wiesemeyer, Farm Journal‘s Washington Policy Analyst, on the dynamics between Canada and the U.S. with round six of NAFTA negotiations underway in Montreal;
  • John Barlow, associate agriculture critic for the federal Conservatives, on his trip to Washington with Conservative leader Andrew Scheer.

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


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