First, on the show, host Shaun Haney talks about the protests at Alberta’s Legislature this week, where animal rights activists chained themselves in front of the steps, in light of proposed changes to trespassing laws in the province. Haney’s tweet around the issue is included below, along with a few replies. What are your thoughts?
For the rest of the RealAg Radio show, you’ll hear from:
- The top ag news with RealAgriculture’s Jessika Guse;
- An update on China trade talks, with Farm Journal’s ProFarmer Washington insider, Jim Wiesemeyer; and
- Will modern agriculture be part of the solution for cannabis in Canada? The Globe and Mail writer, Jameson Berkow joins the show to discuss cannabis production in the country.
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Ignore them and just let winter set in would be my thought. https://t.co/Cm4MXGniLm
— Shaun Haney (@shaunhaney) October 24, 2019
Not allowing pictures and a media ban would hurt them more.
— Ward Toma (@WardToma) October 24, 2019
Looks like they’re dressed for a long protest. Lol
— Jeff Elliott (@farmboy1706) October 24, 2019
Winter is coming. pic.twitter.com/tFGiCSusIx
— Danny Ottenbreit (@o2farms_sk) October 24, 2019
Seriously concerned. Are they abusing animals in the legislature. Didn’t they realize all the turkey’s are in Ottawa
— Craig Shaw (@craigshaw66) October 24, 2019