RealAg Radio, Feb 20: Online grocery shopping, Trudeau’s trip to India, and unfulfilled grain transportation

(photo source: CN Rail)

Host Kelvin Heppner starts off today’s show talking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s trip to India, and the agriculture community’s bated breath — will he talk pulse tariffs with officials?

Then, on the show:

  • Top Ag News – Olympics, Spitz International sunflower plant closing in Bow Island, Simplot announces potato plant expansion, former 4-H Canada president appointed to Senate, and online food purchasing.
  • “Disappointing and startling” — Dan Mazier, Keystone Agricultural Producers, joins the show to talk about what’s happening with grain transportation on the prairies.
  • CN and CP Rail last week fulfilled less than half of the hopper car orders for grain — are we in for another grain backlog? David Przednowek, director of marketing, grain, for CN joins the show to discuss.

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


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