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Mike Raine
Canadian food and agriculture journalist, farmer of a century family farm and managing editor of the Western Producer, Canada's largest ag news organization
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Katelyn Duncan Feb 17
6 days, 5 flights, 4 shuttle buses, 3 hotels, 2 hours of rank turbulence, 1 goal in mind. Worth it for, 6 hours of reading/writing in the jungle, 5 waterfall cold plunges, 4 sweaty volcano hikes, 3 days of sunrise yoga, 2 mud baths, 1 relentless self worth discovering.
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Mike Raine Feb 14
Valentine’s Day, after a few decades, Saskatchewan farm-style. (we ate steak).
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Mike Raine Feb 14
Ok, something happened here. It’s a lot of Canadian food ... Saskatoon vodka. No shucking injuries so far.
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Mike Raine Feb 14
Replying to @realloudlyndsey
We do. We build and modify a lot of stuff. And work with non-traditional crops. And there are farmer-checkoff research investments under SR&ED. It adds up a bit.
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Mike Raine Feb 14
I feel an atomization joke bubbling up ...
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CargillAgCanada Feb 12
The latest report highlighted the sharp increase in Brazil's soybean crop size (125.0 million tonnes) - the market viewed it as bearish. Our contacts in Brazil say it's in fact much larger than that. So, will there be more bearish soybean news in the future?
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Esteban Moscariello Feb 12
Soybean production: Brazil & Argentina 🇧🇷🇦🇷🌱 Source:
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Mike Raine Feb 12
Replying to @ABbugcounter
Always been great to work with you, thanks for all you have delivered for producers. Being seeing you.
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Scott Meers Feb 11
For 38 years it has been an honour to be involved in Canadian agriculture. Hopefully there are a few more good years ahead.
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David Fraser Feb 4
PBO estimates that Saskatchewan households will incur the highest average annual cost, starting at $475 in 2019-20 and reaching $1,070 in 2022-23. Costs in SK roughly twice average household cost in NB. Full report is here:
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David Fraser Feb 4
brought up carbon tax exemptions in QP today - responds by saying there are some exemptions & that she supports farmers.
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Kevin Folta Jan 26
Andrew Yang is for the metric system!
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Sage Jan 29
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William Greuel Jan 29
The Hilton Garden Inn in YOW offered one plant based option...I think it was a burger, along with a salad in a flower pot and served in a wooden basket...lots of problems on .
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Sage Jan 29
Behind the scenes interview at Develop with Deere 2020. Discussing critical role Dealers play with and working with farmers.
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Mike Raine Jan 29
Connecting with and 123 tech companies in St. Louis at Develop with Deere.
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Mike Raine Jan 27
Replying to @SKweedgeek
I like being right, but I hate being wrong.
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Mike Raine Jan 27
Replying to @SKweedgeek
I can move quickly, despite my advancing years.
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Mike Raine Jan 27
Replying to @SKweedgeek
No, you had it right. We made a booboo at our end. Unwanted meant weeds, including crop volunteers. I was attempting to be playful with the language but it bit me.
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Mike Raine Jan 27
Replying to @SKweedgeek
I think a hyphen got jockey-d there.
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