Welcome to your mid-week edition of RealAg Radio! We appreciate our audience whether you’re tuning in on Rural Radio 147 or catching the podcast version. On today’s show you’ll hear: Chuck Penner of LeftField Commodity Research. He’s going to talk about the crush plant announcement and what that means for canola; Chad Wonchulanko is here… Read More

We’ve focused a lot lately on what is going on in the protein sector, which hasn’t have a lot of positives as of late. But on the crop side of the fence — oilseeds, coarse grains, pulses — overall, the markets for many crops grown in Western Canada have not been hit as hard by… Read More

In today’s episode of RealAg Radio, host Shaun Haney challenges us to be curious during this conference season. Also in the show, you’ll hear: Top ag news with RealAgriculture’s Jessika Guse; An acreage forecast for 2020, and does tension in the Middle East create any challenges for Canadian ag exports? Chuck Penner, LeftField Commodity Research… Read More

The pulse harvest in Alberta and Saskatchewan is in its late stages now, and although there are some anecdotal observations of better-than-expected quality, it’s not all ideal. “There is some sprouting, and there is a lot of earth tag,” says Chuck Penner, of Leftfield Commodity Research, adding the visual damage is worst for green lentil… Read More

As the calendar creeps towards September, pulse harvest is just beginning to get underway in Western Canada. Fall is also usually a pretty busy selling and shipping season for the export-dependent crops, but as Chuck Penner, with Leftfield Commodity Research, explains, trade uncertainty and less-than-stellar prices are dragging on the busy harvest season. RealAgriculture field… Read More

 

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