Farmers debating how to approach government on carbon tax, Tim Hortons goes to Mexico while a couple competitors launch all-day breakfasts in Canada, and does anybody really watch the NHL All-Star Game? — it’s all on this Friday edition of RealAg Radio. Guests include Manitoba Ag Minister Ralph Eichler on his government’s plan to reduce… Read More

Lyndsey Smith and Shaun Haney host today’s edition of RealAg Radio, which includes some discussion about the impact of rural school closures in Ontario, farm building code changes in Manitoba, and the effort to bring new farmers into the dairy industry. Shaun is also joined by author Jim Thomas on ‘negotiating to win’ and Peter Johnson wraps… Read More

The latest news surrounding NAFTA and Donald Trump’s trade plans, the recent rally in canola futures, our weekly Rocky Talk segment, livestock research funding in Saskatchewan, Manitoba farm groups talking collaboration, and ending the stigma around mental health in the farm community — all up for discussion on today’s edition of Real Ag Radio. Today’s show also… Read More

There’s plenty of news to discuss and digest on the trade front today, with President Trump withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and promising to open up NAFTA. Shaun and Kelvin highlight the Leafs-Flames score from Monday night, and break down the latest trade developments and what they mean for agriculture. Guests include Ron Davidson… Read More

It’s Agronomy Monday on RealAg Radio today, as we hear from a number of speakers from the SouthWest Ag Conference held earlier this month at the University of Guelph’s Ridgetown campus. Shaun and Kelvin kick off the show catching up on Trump officially beginning the United States’ withdrawal from the TPP and the Liberals cabinet… Read More

Today’s show includes the latest news on Bayer-Monsanto, Case’s agronomic trends for 2017, as well as conversations about the future of the oat market in Chicago, the fascinating way in which crops and weeds communicate, and how the ag community can more effectively communicate the complicated science of growing food and fuel and everything else… Read More

Big barley yields, pulse crop rotation in light of root rot problems, the possibility of canola varieties labeled according to their blackleg resistance genes, and soybean lessons from Iowa and North Dakota…all on today’s agronomy-themed show with hosts Shaun and Kelvin. Guests include Steve Larocque of Beyond Agronomy, Sherrilyn Phelps of SaskPulse, Clint Jurke of… Read More

It’s our fourth and final day at the Crop Production Show in Saskatoon, as Jim Hale, farmer from Lancer, Sask., joins Shaun as co-host for today’s radio program (Thanks to a storm moving through the prairies, Kelvin’s lost in airspace somewhere, flying between Saskatoon, Toronto and Calgary to get to Winnipeg.) After breaking down today’s… Read More

From the Crop Production Show in Saskatoon, Shaun and Kelvin discuss the federal cabinet shuffle, changes to wheat check-offs in Western Canada and more on today’s news. Guests include Drew Lerner of World Weather Inc with his forecast for Ontario, and a feature market panel, discussing old crop marketing opportunities, new crop acreage expectations, the impact… Read More

It’s Crop Week in Saskatoon, as Shaun and Kelvin are on location at the Crop Production Show and CropSphere at Prairieland Park. Today’s show features the latest news on Canada-U.S. trade, Drew Lerner of World Weather Inc’s outlook for Western Canada, Keith Downey — the “father of canola” — looks back on the contribution he’s… Read More

It’s an “Agronomy Monday” edition of RealAg Radio, featuring discussion about lessons from 2016 — an agronomists panel conversation from SWAC, soybean acreage growth continuing in Western Canada, how to grow record corn yields and what protein is and does in a wheat kernel. Guests include Leanne Freitag, Russ Barker, Steph Kowalski, Dennis Lange, Randy Dowdy… Read More

 

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