Thanks for tuning into this Tuesdays with Lyndsey edition of RealAg Radio. Host Lyndsey Smith is joined by: Aaron Sumrall with the Pig Brig on getting a handle of the wild pig population; Brian Innes with Soy Canada on soybean quality program cut; Hear a clip from The Agronomists with Yvonne Lawley and RealAgriculture’s Peter… Read More

Soy Canada has responded to requests by importers of Canadian soybeans and launched its Sustainable Canadian Soy verification program. Brian Innes, executive director of Soy Canada, says the voluntary program has been two-years in the making. “What we heard consistently is that some customers, particularly in Japan, and Europe, are asking for a verified supply… Read More

Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio! On today’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by Tyler McCann of the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI), and Kelvin Heppner of RealAgriculture to discuss Episode 3 of the Ag Policy Connection podcast focused on transportation and railway rules. They will also discuss yesterday’s… Read More

Soy Canada has launched a voluntary, national program for soybean growers, grain handlers and exporters it says is designed to ensure access to premium markets and drive new market opportunities. Sustainable Canadian Soy is a verified assessment program based on the Farm Sustainability Assessment (FSA), a globally recognized whole-farm sustainability benchmarking and assessment program. The… Read More

While inflation continues to soar based on new data released by Statistics Canada on Wednesday, commodity markets have tumbled over the last few days over fears of a recession. Today’s show, hosted live by Shaun Haney in southern Ontario this week, includes the following guests and topics: Joe Vaclavik, president of Standard Grain on the… Read More

What drives demand for sustainably grown soybeans? Is there a need for a sustainability program for Canadian grown soybeans and what would that look like? It’s not just identity-preserved value chains that are seeing an increased demand for record keeping and assurances, says Brian Innes, executive director at Soy Canada. “What we’re seeing is the… Read More

Soy Canada has announced Brian Innes will be joining the organization as its new executive director. Innes is currently vice-president of public affairs for the Canola Council of Canada, and past-president of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance. “Brian brings to Soy Canada an extensive background in agriculture and government,” says Ernie Sirski, Chair of Soy… Read More

It’s time for RealAgRadio! We hope you are having a terrific Tuesday — no matter where you are, or what you are doing! Today’s show is a big one, filled with policy surrounding the Clean Fuel Standard (CFS), and more. You’ll hear: Host Shaun Haney, with the top ag news stories of the day; Brian… Read More


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