It has been many years since I first started doing a daily radio commentary. Some of you who read this report on the website or receive the report by email may not realize that this is the text version of a report than runs on various Saskatchewan radio stations. April 29 marks my last radio report. I will still make postings to and those who subscribe will still receive the comments for free, but the postings won’t come with the same regularity. As the saying goes, I have too many irons in the fire. I need to cut back somewhere to allow time for other consulting and journalism projects as well as farming. As many of you know, I serve as executive director for the Inland Terminal Association of Canada, the Saskatchewan Mustard Development Commission and the Canaryseed Development Commission of Saskatchewan. I also serve as editor for Farm Credit Canada’s bi-monthly magazine called AgriSuccess. Reluctantly, I’ve made the decision to discontinue the daily radio commentary and that will mean changes in the on-line postings. If I’ve had a bad day in the field or a good day on a beach in Jamaica, there may not be a report. The reports can now be shorter or longer as warranted and they will come at different times of the day. As always, please feel free to shoot me a return email to let me know your thoughts and what’s happening in your world.
I’m Kevin Hursh.