RealAg Radio, Nov. 6: Banning glyphosate in Germany, CYSA speaking champ, and ASF hits 50 in China

Emmet Sawyer takes home first place at the 2018 CYSA speaking competition held at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, Ontario. (Tara Sawyer/Twitter)

Today’s show is very diverse! We have Jessika Guse back to discuss the top ag news stories of the day with RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney. The pair discuss everything from the brand new inductees in to the Canadian Agriculture Hall of Fame, to what’s going on in China this week surrounding the international import expo.

Speaking of, China hit 50 cases of ASF. Also, Germany’s environment minister is planning to implement an end-date for glyphosate use.

Also on the show, Craig Klemmer, principal ag economist Farm Credit Canada. Shaun asks him about FCC’s recent trade report that was recently released. What are the numbers indicating? Where are we headed for trade exports?

Then, Emmet Sawyer, a young farmer and agvocate, joins Shaun to talk about winning the top prize at the CYSA speaking competition held at the Royal Winter Fair this year. Emmet dives into what he spoke about and his views on various ag topics.

If you want to leave Shaun a message on today’s or any topic on your mind, you can send an email to [email protected] 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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