RealAg Radio, Dec 6: CFIA Changing Transport Regs, Stalling Urban Sprawl, StatsCan Analysis & Poinsettia in Peril

Today’s edition of RealAg Radio features a special guest host in a very special recording locale, but don’t worry, it’s the same calibre of farm radio you’ve come to expect from the RealAgriculture team (we hope).

RealAg Radio Co-host Shaun Haney is joined by resident fast-talker and field editor Lyndsey Smith for an Ottawa-based recording of today’s radio program, and they dive in to proposed changes to livestock transport regulations, whatever “freer” trade means, and a possible goat dairy boom for Ontario — and that’s just for the open!

Guests on today’s show include Mark Bratrud talking a farmer-owned commodity transport hub in Saskatchewan, Ontario Federation of Agriculture’s Keith Currie on stemming farmland loss to urban sprawl, and Ken Ball joins Kelvin Heppner for a discussion on this morning’s StatsCan report.

Tune in each weekday to SiriusXM’s Rural Radio Channel 147 at 4 p.m. (eastern) to hear the day’s show!

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