RealAg Radio, Feb. 25: Tariffs against China delayed, Rider pride, and will winter wheat hold out?


It’s a true agronomic Monday with RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney talking all things agronomy with none other than Peter ‘Whet Pete’ Johnson. The pair discuss soil health, crop diversity, and if there’s a chance to save the winter wheat crop over in Ontario.

Before that, though hear the top ag news stories of the day with the News with (Jessika) Guse. Haney and Guse talk about how U.S. President Trump could be holding back more tariffs on China, African swine fever prevention collaboration, marijuana in hog feed, and how the date for the 50th anniversary of Agribition will be pushed back due to the Saskatchewan Roughriders winning the Grey Cup 2020 bid.

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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