This Agronomic Monday version of RealAg Radio is a little special — because guest host Lyndsey “Agronomy Geek” Smith is sitting in for Shaun Haney. We’re talking glyphosate being banned in Mexico, why waterhemp is super scary, and why potash is so key to soybean yield. On today’s show, you’ll hear from: Pierre Petelle, president… Read More

Dean Dias, interim CEO for Canadian International Grains Institute (Cigi), has been named chief executive officer of the newly merged Cereals Canada. Cam Dahl, former president of Cereals Canada, will now serve as chief strategy officer. Cereals Canada represents provincial producer commissions, grain companies, processors, exporters, and life science companies, and is finalizing the merger… Read More

To our Canadian listeners — Happy Canada Day! We hope you are able to take a break from spraying and enjoy some downtime to celebrate our country! Not only is it Canada Day, but it’s also Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA, or USMCA, depending on where you are) implementation day. On today’s episode of RealAg Radio,… Read More

A guest editorial by Cam Dahl, president of Cereals Canada There have been some unexpected impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. One of these is the new celebrity status of our Chief Medical Health Officers. A lot of people, who just a few short months ago were not aware that every province had a Chief Medical… Read More

Have you ever wondered how countries that buy Canadian wheat learn about each crop-year’s characteristics? The story of each crop begins with the harvest sample program, involves a careful analysis of the crop, and continues with crop missions to countries such as Singapore, Ecuador, China, and Mexico. Cam Dahl, president of Cereals Canada, and Gary Stanford,… Read More

Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr has put out a statement in regards to the government’s talks with China over blocked canola exports. Earlier this year, China revoked the export license of a major Canadian canola company citing various pests were found in the product. Later, a second company was hit with the same… Read More

Today on RealAg Radio: Top ag news (and Stampede fashion), with RealAgriculture’s Jessika Guse; Cam Dahl, Cereals Canada, on the amalgamation between the organization and Canadian International Grains Institute, synergies in malting and brewing, and more; and, Farming Simulator 2019 has sold over 2 million copies since November. Richard Scott Jones from PCGamesN joins the… Read More

By Cam Dahl, president of Cereals Canada The world has become protectionist.  There is, justifiably, much focus on issues with China. But it is not just China. Canadian agriculture commodities are blocked in India, Italy, Saudi Arabia, and Vietnam and face issues in key markets such as Peru. Countries are turning inward, finding new ways… Read More

By Cam Dahl I was on a speaker’s panel a few weeks back with a farmer who said he never wanted to hear the word sustainability again.  I understand the sentiment but we, as an industry, are going to be hearing that word more and more from customers and consumers around the world. Farmers shy… Read More

The Japanese government has ended its temporary suspension of Canadian wheat imports, just over a month after pausing purchases from Canada following the confirmation of a handful of unapproved genetically-modified wheat plants found growing in southern Alberta in 2017. The country’s ministry of agriculture issued tenders for 62,957 tonnes of food-quality wheat from Canada on… Read More

 

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