RealAg Radio, Dec. 6: “Anti-animal language,” and StatsCanada production, export reports

Without giving away too much, RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney, starts off the show with a tweet from PETA asking people to take into account speciesism when they speak on a daily basis. Let’s just say, even with a commercial break, news lead, Jessika Guse couldn’t contain her laughter.

Speaking of news with Guse, topics covered today include Statistics Canada final crop production report along with its latest export report. How an arrest of a top executive within a phone company could lead to a bump in the road for the U.S. and China’s trade truce, and how Canadian Pacific has broke yet another grain movement record.

As it’s Thursday, it’s Rocky Mountain Equipment’s Rocky Talk with Steven Gillis, RME’s regional ag optimization and technology specialist speaking to Shaun about advances in ISO product control.

Also on the show, Luc Berthold, the official opposition’s shadow critic for agriculture and agri-food shines a light on the big issues pertaining to Canadian agriculture. Then, one of the two brothers that won the Canadian Outstanding Young Farmers award, Jordan McKay joins Shaun to talk about what it meant to win the award for Ontario along with being winning one of the two national awards.

 

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