Brad McCallum, Agri-Commodity Management Association (ACMA), is the host of Maritime AgCast - the industry’s newest podcast based…
How getting your feed grade grain tested when it’s harvested can help your livestock’s health and bottom-line here on Rural Roots Canada, where we get to the Stem and Meat of Agriculture.
On this Episode I talk about the greatest sandwich I ever made and how I lit it on fire by accident. I also dive into what exactly is Bill 156 and why the Ontario government is trying to pass it. If you want to laugh and learn something new give it a list
In episode nine, Erin chats with Liberal Ag Committee member and MP for Glengarry-Prescott-Russell, Francis Drouin. The two discuss the impact of the Prime Minister’s recent decision to prorogue parliament, the importance of investing in research, and the Liberal government’s vision for agriculture moving forward.
Join Jill Harvie (@brightpasture) for Season 2 of the Food Careers Podcast where she will explore a broad range of fascinating people and their careers.
In this first episode of Season 2, Jill talks to PJ Budler, a world-renowned cattle consultant and judge. PJ talks about his unusual career, the countries he has visited while consulting and judging cattle, and the people he has met along the way. PJ gives essential advice to young people hoping to follow in his footsteps.
Most importantly, PJ talks about his passion to help people breed better cattle to help feed the world’s growing population with a product that is plentiful, sustainable and affordable.
For more information and show notes please visit brightpasture.com. #foodcareers
This episode is a follow-up to the GrainsWest online story: “PPE MIA.” Sarah Hoffmann, a seed grower and GrainsWest contributor, looks in-depth at the evolving PPE supply situation in the Ag industry.
“It’s just like farming. I mean, um, people will say to me often, like, why are farmers should grouchy and pessimistic all the time? And that’s not it, they’re not pessimistic. They’re simply preventing insanity by talking through scenarios of possible downside.”
In this first Agriculture for Life Safety Spotlight episode, Candy Parker from the Foothills Fire Department provides tips on water safety, having a fire escape plan for your home, why it is important your kids know their rural address and how to prevent fires on your property and machinery.
Host Brad McCallum, Agri-Commodity Management Association (ACMA) Executive Director, chats with fellow employees Kara Saville, Program Delivery Manager, and Ashley Anderson, Industry Coordinator, about ACMA roles and responsibilities.
Ashley Anderson (ACMA)
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Host: Brad McCallum
Special thanks to:
Michael Boyd, owner of Podcast Atlantic
Edited by: Ashley Anderson of ACMA and Michael Boyd of Podcast Atlantic (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Music: “Neon Lights” by Matt Weidauer and “Smoke in a Box” by Micah Dahl Anderson (ArchesAudio.com)
In this episode we talk with Dr. Anita Brûlé-Babel, a professor at the University of Manitoba, who focuses her research on breeding for disease resistance in wheat. We discuss the challenges of breeding for FHB, how it differs from other diseases, how resistant varieties play a role in disease management on farm, and what the future of FHB resistance looks like.