RealAg Radio, Dec. 4: Why is the market not moving up, seed consultation, and AGT set to privatize

Gelbvieh cattle graze the pasture in the winter near, Ponteix, Saskatchewan on Nov. 27, 2018. (Tara Davidson/Lonesome Dove Ranch)

RealAg Radio host Shaun Haney has a great line-up for Tuesday’s show. News with Guse kicks things off as Shaun and Jessika Guse tackle all the top ag news you should know.

Topics covered include:

  • AGT get the green light from a special committee to privatize
  • Some confusion around the China and U.S. trade resolution
  • Environment Minister, Catherine McKenna quotes the NFU in regards to climate change
  • Alberta cattle producers shut down the chance for a non-refundable check-off model
  • StatsCanada set to release its final production number for the year
  • CME to remain open on the day of a presidential funeral

Also on the show, Shaun speaks to

  • Dylan Sher, the filmmaker for Before the Plate. The pair discuss how you can host a screening .

  • Chip Flory, host of Agritalk on what is holding this market back after a successful weekend from Trump at the G20.

  • Dale Leftwich, SK field editor for RealAgriculture on his day at the seed consultation in Saskatoon.



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