RealAg Radio, April 6: Uncertainty in beef markets, non-GMO logos, and the potential trade war

It’s another busy day for the show, as we head into the weekend talking livestock markets, food marketing, and trade disputes.

Today on the show, in a bit more detail:

  • Top Ag News
  • It doesn’t appear to be a good day for live cattle — what are the fundamentals saying? Gateway Livestock’s Anne Wasko joins for the Beef Market Update.
  • The “Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) now says the “butterfly” label does not imply a non-GMO claim.” Andrew Campbell joins the show to tell us about his work to look into the Non-GMO Project Verified logo. Check out: CFIA now says Non-GMO Project Verified doesn’t mean non-GMO.
  • What does this potential trade war between the U.S. and China mean for Canada? Farm Credit Canada’s J.P. Gervais joins the show.

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

Send your thoughts and feedback to Shaun ([email protected]) or Kelvin ([email protected]).



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