RealAg Radio, March 30: Gene editing, labour vs automation, and Canadian acre intentions

Starting off the show, Shaun Haney reflects on yesterday’s show, and specifically his conversation with Tyne Morgan. Considering struggles like those faced in the U.S., are arguments against supply managed dairy realistic? Are Canadian producers really held back in terms of innovation and growth compared to their counterparts without the system?

Then:

  • The news this week, with Lyndsey Smith and Kelvin Heppner – USDA clarifies gene editing technology regulations (or lack thereof), Ontario Government rolls out its largely ag-free budget, and attracting labour (or going for autonomy).
  • Breaking down the USDA report with market analyst Jon Driedger — does he believe the numbers? What does it mean for Canadian acre intentions?

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

Please send your thoughts and feedback to Shaun ([email protected]) or Kelvin ([email protected])!

 

 

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