Host Shaun Haney starts off the show with a look at what’s ahead, and some comments on tariffs proposed by the U.S. (and how they could impact Canadian agriculture). Then:
- Top Ag News, with Kelvin Heppner.
- Departing chair of the Grain Farmers of Ontario, Mark Brock, reflects on his time in the role, the team behind leadership roles, some memorable moments as chair, and steps to unite the ag industry.
- Wheat Pete’s Word with Peter Johnson.
- Some comments from the audience (included below).
Join us for RealAg Radio every weekday at 4 pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM.
Stay tuned! Tomorrow’s show features an Issues Panel and the Beef Market Update.
the catchy name though… @Nayber123
— Ken Lake (@kraylake) March 22, 2018
Many farm families left east/west europe because we couldn’t own land and were farming poor. now 109years later we are headed back down that road. Land sales are 2-3x the productive capability of the land. Doesn’t make sense.
— Devon Walker (@Walkerfarm306) March 21, 2018
If you look back in history the serfs did all the work and the landlords flourished. I don’t want to be a serf. However free enterprise says we should be able to sell to whoever we want.
— Pat Kunz (@pat_kunz) March 21, 2018