RealAg Radio, Oct. 11: Monsanto trial news, yay or nay for engine chipping, and Wheat Pete’s Word

On Thursday’s RealAg Radio show host, Shaun Haney discusses the feedback —good, bad, and ugly — on engine chipping.

For the top ag news stories of the day, news lead Jessika Guse informs us on a tentative new trial for Monsanto vs. Johnson, Mexico allegedly wants a new name for the trilateral trade agreement, there’s talk of beer price-fixing, and Maple Lead Foods making a huge improvement and investment within its hog barns.

Others on the show today include: motivational speaker Chip Eichelberger joins Shaun to talk about getting moving and taking care of your personal health in order to succeed; and, Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson is in to discuss all of your agronomic questions.

Have any feedback on the show? or want to us to talk about something that’s going on in your area pertaining to agriculture? Give Shaun a shot on his email at [email protected] or on our RealAg Radio 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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