Between The Rows

Hay yields on the decline, promoting perennial forages, when will the U.S. and China make nice?, and India’s pulse market opens up

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Lisa Guenther, associate editor with Canadian Cattlemen, speaks to Vern Baron of the Lacombe Research Centre about a study looking at declining hay yields and Dr. Henry Janzen with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada about the importance of perennial forages, Ed White of the Western Producer talks with trade policy expert Bill Lapp about the escalating trade war between United States and China, David Przednowek, marketing director with CN Rail, reveals why China’s demand for Canadian soybeans is “hot,” and Ashley Robinson of Commodity News Service Canada offers an update on why pulse imports to India are poised to pick up but that the 2019 crop year for canola is likely to struggle. Hosted by Ed White.

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