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Kevin Hursh

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Reporter — The Western Producer

Ag journalist, consulting agrologist, farmer. Home-based business in Saskatoon. Farm at Cabri, Sask. Ag commentator for more than 30 years.

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In the case of Mustard, the genetics come from Ag Canada through Mustard 21, which is mustard growers and industry. The cost of producing the hybrids will have to be covered, but as much of the value of the yield increase as possible will go to growers.  https://twitter.com/BlairWooff/status/954900887972954112 
RT @dailydairydiary: Three facts. Fact: I’ve been offered $9 a gallon to sell my raw milk to people. Fact: I declined that offer.… https://t.co/P1YUpzoWPr
In Mustard, we're hoping to soon have Canadian hybrid varieties giving us a sustainable advantage - other countries won't be able to steel our genetics.  https://twitter.com/stampgreg/status/951560883934670849 
RT @AlbertaPulse: Chuck Penner shares US pulse crop gleanings in the latest Pulse Market Insight  http://ow.ly/RwBL30hTbgH  #westcdnag @LeftFieldCR
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