RealAg Radio, Dec. 3: Dinner between Trump and Xi, semi driving training, and Canada’s latest OYF

It’s Agronomic Monday with a dash of News with Guse on this early December edition of RealAg Radio. Your host, Shaun Haney, covers all the top ag news stories of the day with Jessika Guse including:

  • Presidents Trump and Xi meet during the G20 summit
  • Saskatchewan tightens up its regulations around driving a semi
  • SaskCanola names its new executive director
  • Alberta Premier Rachel Notley halts to oil production
  • Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers (OYF) hail from Alberta and Ontario

Then, Shauna Sereda, germination analyst with 20/20 seed labs speaks with Shaun about the latest fusarium levels and what the lab is seeing in regards to results. It also wouldn’t be a true agronomic Monday if Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson wasn’t on the show! Both Shaun and Pete tackle what’s going on with the Ontario corn harvest. The pair also tackles what impact land prices are having on agronomic decisions.

Do you have something to say about agriculture in Canada? Maybe you want us to shine line on an agriculture issue happening near you? Let us know by calling the RealAg Radio listener line at 855-776-6147 or send Shaun an email at [email protected]

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

 

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