RealAg Radio, June 20: Contraband chocolate milk, input bundling, and ag education

On this Wednesday episode of RealAg Radio, Shaun Haney gets real about ag input bundling programs. We don’t love them, but we all use them — why? Haney explores that and introduces this week’s poll around exactly that question in the open. (Want to vote in the poll? Find it here.)

Also on today’s show:

  • Rocky Talk – Being ready for harvest with Chad Gosling
  • Johanne Ross – with Ag in the Classroom Canada
  • Carly Weeks – Health Reporter with the Globe and Mail joins Shaun to talk about a chocolate milk ban (!) in New Brunswick schools, and to discuss the opioid crisis getting worse in Canada.

Join us for RealAg Radio every weekday at 4 pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM (and catch the replay the following morning at 7 am eastern)


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