RealAg Radio, July 24: Pea prices, spotty soybeans, and being sheepish

Stand-in host Lyndsey Smith somehow manages to slide in not one, but two (!) sheep stories into this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio.

Top news stories include: the major lamb supply merger in the west, a freeze on CAP funding in Ontario, and a self-serve, farm-fresh dairy option in Saskatchewan.

Also in this edition:

  • We hear from Chuck Penner on the current tariff situation in India, re: pulse crops, and get an early harvest price outlook for Western Canada;
  • Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs soybean specialist Horst Bohner talks leaf spots and more than white mould; and,
  • Sheep farmer and vlogger Sandi “Sheepishly Me” Brock caps off the show sharing her own take on

Time change alert! We’re changing our time slot on Rural Radio — starting on July 26, you’ll be able to listen to RealAg Radio for an hour starting at 4:30pm eastern (still replayed the following morning and posted here as a podcast.)


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