RealAg Radio, Feb 27: Canadians at the Classic, NAFTA round 7, and the sharing economy

A surprising number of Canadians make the annual migration south for the United State’s Commodity Classic, happening now in California.

Shaun Haney took one for the team and hosted RealAg Radio on location at Anaheim today. While there’s no shortage of American pundits to pounce on at the show, Haney was sure to connect with the Canadian contingent on-site, too.

Hear from Barry Senft, Grain Farmers of Ontario CEO, RealAgriculture’s Lyndsey Smith (from Ottawa, not California), and Jim Wiesemeyer, from FarmJournal, on NAFTA round 7 and possible Renewable Fuel Standard changes. All that and the day’s top ag news, below:

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