Today’s top ag news starts with a discussion on Statistics Canada’s July production report, which estimates 2019 production to fall in wheat, corn for grain, canola, and soybeans, compared to 2018. Host Shaun Haney and news lead Jessika Guse also cover Canadian agriculture’s contribution to GDP, labour shortages, and more.

Then, we hear about:

  • An on-location update from Illinois’ Farm Progress Show, with Bernard Tobin;
  • Bill 108, and stewardship changes in Ontario, with Kim Gavine, general manager with Conservation Ontario; and
  • The power of positivity, with Karl Subban.

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