RealAg Radio, Nov. 30: Bayer slashes 12,000 jobs, USMCA gets signed, and a beef market update

A Bayer canola seed bag

Just like that, November has come to a close.

On today’s RealAg Radio show there’s double News with Guse! Host, Shaun Haney and news lead, Jessika Guse cover all the top ag news stories of the day including:

  • G20 summit and the signing of the USMCA
  • Dairy Farmers of Canada and the National Farmers Union didn’t want the USMCA to be signed over text that threatened Canada’s “sovereignty” over our dairy market
  • Bayer slashes 12,000 jobs
  • Canadian Grain Commission announces new Eastern wheat class
  • Largest lettuce greenhouse operation will be located in Southern Alberta

Also on the show, former interim leader of the Conservative Party, Rona Ambrose joined Shaun at GrowCanada this week and on today’s episode you get to hear everything they talked about including trade, politics, and SnapChat. Then, Anne Wasko from Gateway Livestock Exchange explains the latest in another edition of the Beef Market Update.

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 by using the hashtag, #RealAgRadio.


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