RealAg Radio, July 3: Mexico’s new government, Doug Ford cancels cap and trade, & soybeans’ slide continues

There’s plenty to catch up on and discuss with host Shaun Haney after a busy Canada Day weekend, including:

  • Top ag news with Kelvin Heppner — Churchill port deal falls through, new Ontario Premier Doug Ford moves to end cap and trade carbon pricing, Stephen Harper visits Washington, and more
  • Brian Comeault, market analyst with Cargill, on the steep slide in commodity markets over the last month, and the challenge of building a grain marketing plan with unpredictable political factors and tariff battles impacting markets
  • José Díaz-Briseño, Washington-based correspondent with Mexican newspaper Reforma, on the election of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Sunday, and what the election of the left-leaning populist means for NAFTA talks and North American politics.

RealAg Radio airs every weekday at 4pm eastern (and replayed at 7am eastern the following day) on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM radio.


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