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Best Reekie podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Reekie podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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James is Co-Artistic Director of Bootworks Theatre and Senior Lecturer at The University of Chichester. He really enjoys chatting with Children's Theatre Makers. Web: www.bootworkstheatre.co.uk Email: james@bootworkstheatre.co.ukTwitter: twitter.com/BootworksFacebook: facebook.com/Bootworks/Instagram: instagram.com/bootworkstheatre/Youtube: youtube.com/user/BootworksChichester University: chi.ac.uk/department-theatre
 
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US and the World It’s February, a month where winter is still with us and spring still seems so far away. However, across the greater American corn belt plans are being made to plant. In some areas of the Dakotas and Minnesota, some of the 2019 corn crop remains out. It’s a reminder of the … Continue reading "Market Trends for February & March" The…
 
US and the World As we careen into the new decade, 2020 can surely represent opportunity for those within the greater grain economy. 2019 was a difficult year for many in the Eastern Corn belt and 2020 represents an opportunity to do better. Looking further out, what will a new decade define the grain economy … Continue reading "Market Trends for J…
 
US and the World As 2019 is coming to an end, many farmers across the North American corn belt, it can’t come soon enough. A brutal spring which turned into summer has now transformed the angst to a tough fall for many farmers. As of December 9th, the USDA reported that 8% of US corn … Continue reading "Market Trends Report for December & January" …
 
U.S and the World Combines have been rolling throughout the American corn belt, Ontario and Quebec. Harvest weather, as always presents challenges for farmers and 2019 continues to go down as a year to remember. Rain and snow have inundated much of the American corn belt, slowing harvest. This is on top of a crop, … Continue reading "Market Trend C…
 
Guests: Markus Haerle, Chair of Grain Farmers of Ontario, Barry Senft, CEO of Grain Farmers of Ontario, Deb Conlon, Manager of Government Relations for Grain Farmers of Ontario. Hosted by Rachel Telford and Megan Wright. The post GrainTALK Episode 36: Election Roundtable with Markus Haerle, Barry Senft, Deb Conlon appeared first on Grain Farmers of…
 
It’s harvest time across the greater North American corn belt, albeit where the weather permits. Good harvest weather in the northeastern corn belt has been countered by cold freezing weather in the northern US plains. Needless to say, its still early, and combines will surely find their place over the next few weeks. The crop, … Continue reading "…
 
Planters have been rolling across the greater American corn belt, but with some major exceptions. The spring of 2019 will be characterized by extremely wet weather hindering planting progress in the Eastern corn belt. As of June 10th, 83% of American corn had been planted and 60% of American soybeans. In large parts of Illinois, … Continue reading …
 
US and World It is that time of year again, where farmers are firmly fixated on the coming planting season. The growing of big crops of 2018 is somewhat of a distant memory, but the large supplies they created continue to weigh on grain prices. March is a month that typically ends with a bang … Continue reading "Market Trends Commentary for March-A…
 
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