RealAg Radio, Jan 31: Moisture concerns, CPTPP excitement and Do More

We’re into Day 2 at FarmTech in Edmonton, AB. The crowd is buzzing, and today’s show is packed with on-location interviews:

  • Scooped off the tradeshow floor, FarmTech delegate Matt Gosling joins the show to talk about Premium Ag, soil moisture concerns, and considering taking peas out of the rotation.
  • Getting the crop off to a good start, with Jason Lindgren of NuFarm.
  • Looking ahead with Jim Wood, Rocky Mountain Equipment.
  • Cam Dahl of Cereals Canada talks about the issues and opportunities in the grain industry, the excitement around Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the concerns around NAFTA.
  • Saskatchewan farmer Kim Keller discusses the launch of the Do More Agriculture Foundation, and the importance of mental health in agriculture.
  • Alberta farmer Kevin Auch talks about the conditions in his area, rotations, the role of stripper headers on his farm and more.

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


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