For many, December is a time to reflect, to really sit back and look at what the previous months looked like. What were the highs? What were the lows?
Despite 2020 being the year it was — and one I certainly won’t forget in my lifetime — it was also a whole lot of fun getting to provide all of you with content for RealAgriculture.
It was SO incredibly hard to choose, but I compiled a list of my top 25 interviews. The following list is in no particular order when it comes to favourites. And for all of you that participated in these interviews, thank YOU. You make my job worthwhile.
- ft. Jay Whetter, Canola Council of Canada
- ft. John Kowalchuk, farmer of Rumsey, Alta.
- ft. Marla Riekman, Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development
- ft. Trevor Heck, Syngenta Canada
- ft. Breanne Tidemann, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
- ft. Justine Cornelson, Canola Council of Canada
- ft. Sean Stanford, farmer and director with Alberta Barley
- ft. Jeremy Boychyn, Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions
- ft. Tom Wolf, AgriMetrix, Sprayers 101
- ft. Sara Meidlinger, Pride Seeds.
- ft. John Gavloski, Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development.
- ft. Gregory Sekulic, Canola Council of Canada
- ft. Kristjan Hebert, farmer
- ft. Neil Townsend, FarmLink Marketing Solutions
- ft. Alana Serhan, Pride Seeds
- ft. Robyne Bowness Davidson, Alberta Agriculture and Forestry
- ft. Boyd Mori, University of Alberta
- ft. Jeanette Gaultier, BASF
- ft. Nate Ort, Canola Council of Canada
- ft. Jenn Walker, Alberta Pulse Growers
- ft. Brian Voth, IntelliFarm Inc.
- ft. Rob Klewchuk, Syngenta Canada
- ft. Stewart Skinner, farmer
- ft. Ethan Wallace, farmer
- ft. Autumn Barnes, Canola Council of Canada
I know it’s been a VERY different year, but take some time to appreciate what’s around you. We will get through this, and we may as well do it together. Hope everyone has happy holidays, and all the best in 2021!