Thanks for tuning in to this “Tuesdays with Lyndsey” edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, Kelvin Heppner talks with Keith Currie, president of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture on the importance of passing Bill C-234. We will also hear from Dwayne Summach of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, about heifer gains from canola meal,… Read More

Farm groups are urging members of the Senate to avoid stalling on Bill C-234, with limited time left on the calendar before Parliament’s summer break. The proposed legislation, which was approved by the House of Commons earlier this year, would remove the federal carbon tax from propane and natural gas used for grain drying, barn… Read More

Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by Errol Anderson, president at ProMarket Wire Communications, to discuss the highs and lows of the current commodity markets, and Keith Currie with Canadian Federation of Agriculture, on their new program. Plus, don’t miss our spotlight… Read More

Agriculture is an industry engrained across Canada and there are many similarities to the needs of Canadian farmers and farmers from other countries. Newly-acclaimed president of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA), Keith Currie, discusses what the CFA’s current priorities are and how international collaboration has influenced the work he is doing on behalf of… Read More

The executive of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) has been acclaimed for 2023. Keith Currie, from Ontario, will serve as president, replacing Mary Robinson, who stepped down from the role as president after four years. Todd Lewis, past president of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) was acclaimed 1st vice-, and president Pierre… Read More

Happy Friday and welcome to another edition of RealAg Politics! Today, co-hosts Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner, of RealAgriculture, are joined by a great list of guests to talk about the big ag policy issues of the week that are impacting farmers and ranchers across Canada and the US. This episode features guests: Karen Proud,… Read More

Agriculture received multiple mentions in the 2022 federal budget unveiled on Thursday, mostly in the context of climate programs that had previously been announced. The budget, with its projected $52.8 billion deficit, also included some tax changes that could potentially impact farmers. As part of this live episode of RealAg Politics, we unpacked what was… Read More

Welcome to a Thursday Farmer Rapid Fire edition of RealAg Radio! On today’s show you’ll hear from: Alex Brown, of Shubenacadie, N.S.; Keith Currie, of Collingwood, Ont.; Dwayne Leslie, of Poplar Point, Man.; Jim Wickett, of Rosetown, Sask.; and Andrea Stroeve-Sawa, of Taber, Alta. Thoughts on something we talked about on the show? Connect with… Read More

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

Three of Ontario’s ministries (Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs; Health; and Labour, Training and Skills Development) have committed to a strategy to prevent COVID-19 transmission, and protect workers and the province’s food supply chain ahead of next year’s growing season. The joint government-industry Prevention, Control and Outbreak Support Strategy for COVID-19 in Ontario’s Farm Workers… Read More

Thanks for tuning in to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio! On the show today you’ll hear: The top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; Keith Currie, president of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture; Dave Carey, vice president of government and industry relations with Canadian Canola Growers Association; and, Grant Kosior… Read More

 

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