On today’s episode of RealAg Radio, host Lyndsey Smith laments the bad day that was yesterday, the flooding in some areas, the frost, and freezing in others, and the joy of having a safe place to land in among it all. You’ll hear from:
- Jessika Guse, with the News with Guse, including how the snow storm has impacted farmers and news hounds alike;
- Andrew Scheer, leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, on what the prime minister should be doing on the canola file;
- Sandi Brock, sheep farmer and YouTube hit, on Internet fame and silencing the haters; and,
- Peter Johnson, resident agronomist, on why cereals are likely OK, but broadleaf crops likely aren’t in this very late blast of winter.
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