RealAg Radio, Sept. 26: Bayer stands by Dicamba, ABP plebiscite, & right to repair your machinery?

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If you own your own equipment, the equipment that sits on your own property, you should be able to repair said equipment yourself, right? Well maybe not. RealAgriculture’s Ontario field editor Lyndsey Smith joins host Shaun Haney to discuss possible changes that could be coming to your right to repair.

But first, Shaun is joined by news lead, Jessika Guse for the top ag news stories of the day.

For today’s product spotlight, it’s Rocky Mountain Equipment’s, Rocky Talk! Joel Hoehn, the company’s divisional service manager, talks about putting away the combine now that winter is fast approaching.

Also, grain broker Pete Archer of Maizing Acres joins Shaun to discuss how soybean trade flows are changing for Ontario growers.

If you want to leave Shaun a message about today’s show or any other topic, send an email to [email protected]e.com or leave a message on the listener line 855-776-6147.

RealAg Radio airs every weekday at 4:30 p.m. ET (2:30 p.m. MT) on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM! 

 

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