Welcome to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio; we appreciate you being here. On today’s show you’ll hear from: Dave Carey, vice president of government and industry relations at Canadian Canola Growers Association, and Keith Currie, president of Canadian Federation of Agriculture talk about the Agriculture Carbon Alliance; A product spotlight with Steven Linzmayer of… Read More

A national coalition of industry-wide farm organizations have launched the Agriculture Carbon Alliance (ACA). The goal of the alliance is to ensure that “Canadian farmers’ sustainable practices are recognized through a policy environment that maintains their competitiveness, supports their livelihoods, and leverages their critical role as stewards of the land,” the organization says. As of March… Read More

On this Remembrance Day edition of RealAg Radio, host Shaun Haney has got your top ag news, plus a precision ag spotlight, a full discussion on rail and container traffic movement, and what producer groups may get traction on at the next Federal-Provincial-Territorial meeting. On today’s show, hear from: Tyson Walker of CropPro Consulting; Greg… Read More

The Canadian Canola Growers Association (CCGA) will be bringing on Dave Carey as its new vice-president of government & industry relations. Carey will be responsible for managing relationships with government and industry stakeholders, as well as advocating on issues, programs, and policies that “enhance the success of Canadian canola farmers,” according to a press release…. Read More

Today’s show is coming at ya from the Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA) meetings at Calgary, Alta. Host Shaun Haney speaks with: Bryan Briggs, Syngenta Seedcare, on the seed-applied insecticide Fortenza Advanced; Dave Carey, executive director CSTA, talks Seed Synergy, and options for value creation; Jonathan Nyborg, president of Canadian Seed Growers Association, with the… Read More

Nearly 50 scientists and regulators with Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) hopped on a pair of buses a few weeks ago and spent a day in the field 45 minutes from Ottawa learning about how the crop protection products they regulate are used by farmers. The first-ever PMRA field day, held on a farm… Read More

 

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