It’s Thursday, and that means a Farmer Rapid Fire! Today on RealAg Radio you’ll hear:
- Luke Barron of Schomberg, Ont., who’s new to the Farmer Rapid Fire, and grows corn, beans, wheat, and hay;
- Chris Moore of Kinburn, Ont., where the sheep operation is getting ready for a big day of haying;
- Scott Perkins of Elgin, Man., where crops are holding on, which is probably the right terminology for it;
- David Kutcher of Kindersley, Sask., who says the crops are looking good, but there’s very little soil moisture; and,
- Nate Cummins of Taber, Alta., where the potato crop is about five to seven days behind the three-year average, and it’s dry.
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