It’s Friday, and today on the show, you’ll hear: Top ag news, with RealAgriculture’s Jessika Guse; Sean Finn, Canadian National Railway, joins to discuss the new agricultural advisory council; and RealAgriculture’s Lyndsey Smith joins the show to converse, debate and joke with host Shaun Haney. Have feedback on the show? Connect with host Shaun Haney… Read More

Some grain production analysts are calling for another extraordinary wheat harvest in Argentina, on the back of a record-setting year for 2018/19. “Last season we had a record harvest in our country,” says Javier Preciado Patiño with eFarmNews. “Farmers collected 150 million tons of grain, basically: corn, 55 million tons, wheat, 25 million tons, and… Read More

First, our thoughts with the farmers impacted by the hail storms this year, then, with host Shaun Haney: Top ag news, with RealAgriculture’s Jessika Guse; J.P. Gervais, chief economist with FCC Agriculture, joins to talk global interest rate markets, and the U.S.-China trade war; and Jayson Lusk, department head at the Department of Agricultural Economics… Read More

Sylvite, with five agri-retail locations throughout Ontario, has reached an agreement with The Andersons, Inc., — the owners of Thompsons Limited, to buy Thompsons’ agronomy business. According to Thompsons, the agreement comes after a 35 year working relationship with Sylvite. The details of the agreement are still being finalized, and the sale is expected to… Read More

Eastern Ontario’s Port of Johnstown will see a $10.4 million infrastructure renewal and expansion to capitalize on growing and emerging markets for Canadian soybean, wheat and corn, and relieve inefficiencies and bottlenecks currently experienced at the port. The federal government will foot $4.8 million of the bill through the National Trade Corridors Fund (NTCF) to… Read More

Salford’s BBI Sniper – a high clearance, high capacity fertilizer spinner spreader – is out on full release this year. The Sniper offers applicators a wide application, with a 12-section spread pattern, reducing overlap, and avoiding unnecessary application and/or application in environmentally sensitive areas. “It’s capable of spreading urea from 120 feet down to 30… Read More