RealAg Radio, Dec 5; Interest rates unchanged, data decision making and next level crop marketing plans

It was a day where the world remembered former U.S. President George H.W. Bush at his memorial service. There was a Canadian flare at the funeral as former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney gave one of the eulogies.  Shaun Haney shares a portion of Mulroney’s comments to open the show.

Today show run down includes:

  • Jessika Guse with the top ag news of the day
  • Steven Gillis from Rocky Mountain Equipment on ISO Product Control ion our Rocky Talk segment.
  • Wade Barnes, CEO and founder of Farmers Edge on precision ag trends around the world in terms of adoption and use.
  • John Snell of INTL FCStone on how to build your next level crop marketing plan. John is a speaker at the Quantified Farming conference in Banff, Alberta.

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