Thanks for tuning in to RealAgRadio! On this full-slate Wednesday edition of the show, brought to you by ADAMA Canada, you’ll hear: JP Gervais, chief economist at Farm Credit Canada; Cornie Thiessen joins the show for an ADAMA Canada spotlight interview; Blake Croegaert of Verdant Partners, on M & A activity in the ag tech… Read More

Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Hummingbird Technologies by Telus Agriculture. On today’s show you’ll hear: Carlo Dade and Sharon Sun of the Canada West Foundation, on China’s five-year plan; A Hummingbird Technologies product spotlight with Kristina Polziehn, agronomist and business development manager with Hummingbird Technologies; Lauren Martin, manager… Read More

Much of the oxygen surrounding agriculture in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement has been used on dairy, but expect wheat to gain increased attention in the coming weeks if some U.S. farm groups get their way. Newly reappointed U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has mentioned USMCA enforcement and wheat several times in recent speeches, and… Read More

Happy hump day! Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, where today’s show has a bit of an international flare. You’ll hear: The top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; Lorne Hadley, executive director of the Canadian Plant Technology Agency (CPTA), on individuals in Kazakhstan trying to illegally buy Canadian seed genetics… 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

The very word “sustainability” can be a bit of a lightning rod within agriculture. What is it? What does it really mean? What value does it have? Carlo Dade, with the Canada West Foundation, says that there is real value in the term and the practices to achieve sustainable production, but that Canadian agriculture is… Read More

Many of Canada’s smaller farm equipment manufacturers are at risk of being left in the cold by the main U.S.-based manufacturers if the Canadian government doesn’t change its intellectual property rules, say representatives from a Saskatchewan-based company that builds attachments for harvesting equipment. Honey Bee Manufacturing’s general manager, Jamie Pegg, and Scott Smith, manager of… Read More

 

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