RealAg Radio, June 26: Cascading tariffs, tumbling prices, & rising temperatures

Canada's retaliatory tariffs on U.S. steel are set to take effect next week.

Tuesday’s RealAg Radio lineup, with host Shaun Haney:

  • Top ag news with Kelvin Heppner, including South Korea lifting suspension on Canadian wheat imports, new tariff talk, and pork research funding;
  • Markus Braaten, crop manager for canola with Yara, on boosting nitrogen and phosphorus efficiency and drought stress;
  • Brian Voth of IntelliFarm joins Kelvin to analyze the slide in commodity prices over the past month, why canola prices have remained stronger than expected, and preview Friday’s StatsCan and USDA reports;
  • JP Gervais, chief economist with Farm Credit Canada, on new Canadian farm balance sheet data, the declining Canadian dollar, & farmgate impact of the tariff battle between the U.S. and China.

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).

Send your thoughts and feedback to Shaun ([email protected]) or Kelvin ([email protected]), or tweet us using #RealAgRadio.


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