RealAg Radio, Oct. 9: Harvest snowfall, MacAulay in the EU, and agronomic Tuesday

Kelly Baillargeon who farms near Edam, Sask. says in a tweet,

Hope you were able to have a good Thanksgiving weekend with your family and friends, now it’s back to business! Because of the holiday yesterday today’s show includes the regular Monday agronomic panel.

RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney has Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson, and Jack Payne of Farmers Edge on the show to discuss all of your agronomic questions.

Today in the News with Guse the top ag news stories of the day are: The IMF says tariffs are slowing down the growth of both China and the U.S., MacAulay is headed to the EU to promote Canadian ag, China cuts off imports of pork from Japan and Belgium, and an Alberta company gets slapped with more than $100,000 in fines for Occupational Health and Safety violations.

In today’s product spotlight, Robert Meijer of Case IH speaks to Shaun all about the Farmall line-up, including some brand new models in the Farmall A series.

RealAg Radio airs every weekday at 4:30 p.m. ET (2:30 p.m. MT) on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM! Get involved with the show by calling the RealAg Radio listener line (855-776-6147) and via Twitter at hashtag #RealAgRadio.


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