Best poultry podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Chicken Whisperer
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Backyard Poultry with the Chicken Whisperer®, brought to you by Kalmbach Feeds, is a nationally broadcast web radio show all about keeping backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Each week, the Chicken Whisperer®, Editor In Chief of, Chicken Whisperer Magazine, Author of, The Chicken Whisperer's Guide To Keeping Chickens, and National Spokesperson for the USDA-APHIS Biosecurity for Birds Program, welcomes experts in their field from around the country to share ...
 
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Root Simple
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low tech home tech
 
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AgFuture podcast
Monthly+
 
The AgFuture podcast focuses on the challenges and opportunities that exist within the agriculture, business and food sectors. Industry leaders from Alltech and other companies share their thoughts and expertise on the future of our industry.
 
This show is a production of the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Small Farm Sustainability program. We will be discussing all things small farm, acreage living, and sustainable agriculture related.
 
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Gastropod
Monthly
 
Food with a Side of Science & History
 
The stories and people of North Carolina. Hosted by Frank Stasio.
 
Featuring interviews with GAO officials on significant issues and new reports, the Watchdog Report is recorded, hosted, and produced by GAO staff.
 
CBC Radio's On The Go has now been on the air for 30 years, bringing Newfoundlanders and Labradorians stories from every nook, cranny and cove in the province.
 
Welcome to Nick and Katies social justice warrior happy hour! Enjoy some political correctness gone ridiculous :) We discuss current events and political issues from a progressive perspective that is pro-animal liberation, anti-racist, pro-feminist, pro-queer, pro-environment and anti-capitalist. Our podcast gives a voice to Left, progressive and anarchist voices and ideas that are neglected in the mainstream media. The show includes discussion, interviews, soundbites from our favourite TV s ...
 
In a rapidly changing world, MADE in Germany examines the risks and benefits of digitalization and its impact on the way we work, what we earn and how we live. The program also investigates the ethics of business, and showcases young entrepreneurs who are redefining the workplace. Instead of just crunching the numbers, MADE delves deeper into issues and also explores the emotional side to stories.
 
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Gastropod
Monthly
 
Food Through the Lens of Science and History
 
Practical Homesteading, Agrarianism, and Preparedness Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, rural living, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, hunting and trapping, current events, and more. Weekly shows plus the "Daily Diary episodes" everyday.
 
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Pig Health Today
Weekly+
 
Sponsored By Zoetis
 
Welcome to the AgGrad Live Podcast! These episodes are recorded LIVE on Facebook every week via the AgGrad Facebook page. The purpose of the show is to promote agricultural career discovery, agribusiness networking opportunities, and professional development for all interested in the agriculture industry. We believe it's best to go straight to the people in these professions to learn what it's like, as opposed to just browsing a job posting or description. Join us to discover careers in agri ...
 
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Broncos Weekly
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Twice weekly Brisbane Broncos fan podcast, hosted by @mitchd_90 and @Simo_393. Made by Broncos fans, for Broncos fans. #BronxNation
 
Investigating every aspect of the food we eat
 
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The BS Show
Daily
 
Bob Sansevere, host of "The BS Show," was on the KQ Morning Show with Tom Barnard for 27 years and hosted his own show on Sports Radio 105 the Ticket. Bob also has been a columnist with the St. Paul Pioneer Press for more than 25 years. Bob says "The BS Show" is a lot like him. And he says about himself, "I’m bright, witty, charismatic, incredibly astute and remarkably insightful, and if you’re even a fraction as impressed with me as I am with myself, you’re going to love me afternoons on Th ...
 
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KSTE Farm Hour
Weekly
 
Sundays Noon-1p on Talk 650 KSTE
 
Did ya miss Jumpin' JC this morning? Catch up anytime with Utah's legendary Morning Man. Jon Carter's been waking up The Wasatch Frontal Zone for 100 years, currently celebrating his centennial! He started at KRSP-FM (Rock 103), in 1980, moved to Z-93 in 1988, and even worked at a country station for a few years! JC joined Utah's Classic 103.5 in 1997, and we can't get rid of him! Even though he was born in Elko, Nevada, raised from just a "pup" in the Sun Valley, Idaho area, he's a Utah boy ...
 
Welcome to our weekly Homesteading podcast, where we discuss Homesteading & farming topics like: chickens, ducks, goats, bees, organic gardening, sustainability, self reliance & poultry. So pull up a chair, grab a piece of homemade pie, and join us on our Homesteading journey....Our Fun & Simple Farm Life on our little Homestead with Jason Smith, aka, The Dancing Farmer.
 
FoodBev.com for industry analysis, interviews and commentary on the food and drinks industry.
 
Survivor experts delve into Survivor history
 
Football Podcast focusing on the Premier LeagueCheck out our website http://thefootballfaithful.com/ for loads of great football content
 
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Bryton SLC
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A free-form conversation between world-renowned raconteurs Sean Black and Bryton SLC. Broadcasting from the top of the Ferris Wheel at the Smogville World's Fair.
 
The daily podcast in which hosts Cassandra and Norman analyze the Lord of the Rings (Extended Edition) Trilogy one minute at a time.
 
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What to do when you can't sleep at night? Count sheep? Well if you're Olaf KRIEGER you hit the town. And he’s clearly not alone - it feels like the whole city is awake. Don't waste your time, make the most of your nights!
 
Lawyer Pamela Pabst is blind. In the courtroom she's unable to assess photos or other visual evidence. But what she lacks in eyesight, she more than makes up for with her other senses. As a result she's been very successful in her chosen career.
 
Billions of people don't have access to high-speed internet. Many live in remote regions without cable or fiber-optic broadband. But laser beams can reach anywhere. The German startup Mynaric is sending information round the world by laser beam.
 
It's been more than a century since the first lightbulbs lit up our homes. Today we can use our smartphones to regulate LEDs all over the house: to make them brighter, more colorful, to automatically switch on or off. Light has become smart.
 
The global population is exploding, cities are mushrooming and more farmland is needed. So why not turn high-rise buildings into greenhouses, with the latest LED lamps providing light? A huge opportunity for traditional light bulb manufacturers.
 
They can't read or write, but they're learning to become entrepreneurs. After undergoing training at Barefoot College in India, 60 women from all over the world will return to their villages, with the skills to install and repair solar systems.
 
Harriet Jachec rounds up the day's biggest news in the world of food and beverages, including: Barry Callebaut raises game on sustainable cocoa, report says, Grocery delivery firm Farmstead secures $2.2m in funding round, and Bunge CEO Soren Schroder steps down after five years at the helm.
 
The alphabet soup behind her name on LinkedIn may be confusing, but Tracy Cotton is the kind of personable and fun loving individual that helps make the complicated and daunting world of insurance not so bad. A passion for helping people, agritourism, and being herself in the fast-paced world of insurance, she’s more than happy to share a littl ...…
 
Gabrielle Calvocoressi was born with nystagmus, a visual condition where the eyes are constantly in spasm. It took Calvocoressi a while to learn how to walk and balance, so the young child spent a lot of time sitting on the floor, daydreaming and observing the world.By arao@wunc.org (Anita Rao).
 
The NFC is full of so many teams in a death spiral that the Vikings will remain as the sixth seed in the postseason hunt even if they lose in Seattle. The BS Show touches on that and much more in an episode that also features a "Dog and Pony Show" segment with host Bob Sansevere's wife Mary and Jennifer O'Brien, a Vikings segment with attorney ...…
 
Martin White rounds up the day's biggest news in the world of food and beverages, including: Marfrig acquires BRF’s Quickfood division in Argentina for $55m, JD.com and Mitsubishi Chemical open hydroponic plant factory, and Pladis UK & Ireland pledges to reduce plastic waste by 2025
 
If knowledge is power, being prepared is security. Both are drivers behind the Swine Health Information Center’s (SHIC) program to share information among the nation’s four major swine veterinary diagnostic laboratories. Still in its formative stage, the effort has aligned swine diagnostic labs in Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota and Kansas to coo ...…
 
Mitch and Simo are back for a bonus off-season podcast. This week, with the coach swap finally in place, the lad's discuss Wayne Bennett's final departure, how the club handled it, the future with Anthony Seibold, off-season player movements (including re-signings, Josh McGuire's departure, Izaia Perese's arrival, etc) as well as the usual ramb ...…
 
Rachel Roddy and Sheila Dillon share their love of Sweet Chestnuts and find out how they're for so much more than just roasting over an open fire. Like a lot of people Rachel's first memories of Chestnuts is as stuffing for turkey, but when she moved to Rome in 2005 where there was a Chestnut seller on every corner she embraced Chestnuts as an ...…
 
Think you have less money in your pocket this year? The latest USDA Farm Income forecast says it’s not your imagination, and you are not alone. The NAFTA replacement plan, the USMCA, is a go, for more trade among the US, Canada and Mexico. But hurdles remain. With wildfire threats increasing the likelihood of mandatory utility shutdowns, are yo ...…
 
State and federal officials from both parties are calling for a full investigation into election fraud in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District. With only 905 votes deciding the race between Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready, and reports of absentee ballot irregularities, the state elections board voted to have an evidentia ...…
 
The latest issue of the Oxford American magazine is all about North Carolina’s musical past and present, from Doc Watson to Rapsody. The issue features essays on musicians from the Tar Heel State from writers across the South. It also features a companion CD full of samples of the state’s iconic music.…
 
Marcus Anderson is a fusion jazz artist whose performances include not only playing the saxophone, but also singing and choreography. But Anderson is more than an artist — he is also an entrepreneur. In 2015 he started a coffee line called AND Coffee . And he is in the process of organizing a jazz festival in Asheville for August, 2019 called “ ...…
 
This weekend edition of The BS Show features KQ Morning Show icon Mike Gelfand's football picks, an Ask the Attorney segment with Bradshaw & Bryant's Mike Bryant, sports business expert Rick Horrow, helpful tips about saving money and avoiding disasters from Sabre Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning owner Steve Hucovski, and psychic Ruth Lordan.…
 
Martin White rounds up the day's biggest news in the world of food and beverages, including: Cargill inaugurates $70m North American protein headquarters, Constellation Brands to invest $100m in female-led start ups, and Edrington appoints new CEO following Ian Curle’s retirement
 
We answer two final questions. Email us: contact@lordoftheringsminute.com Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr Shop on Amazon And be sure to join our listener group: Fellowship of the Mic! Special Thanks to Patreon Associate Producer: Ed Foster
 
Minnesota State-Mankato coach Todd Hoffner joins The JimBob Sports Jamboree With Vikings Legend Chuck Foreman for a lively and entertaining chat about his team pulling off the longest drive in NCAA playoff history to advance to the Division II national semifinals. With Chuck Foreman, Fox 9's Jim Rich, Kelly in Vegas, TRIA's Dr. Heather Bergeson ...…
 
A former Cherokee County Detention Center officer has been indicted on assault charges after allegedly kicking an inmate in the face. This is one of a growing number of complaints against authorities at that detention center.By dterry@wunc.org (Dana Terry).
 
The death of Marcus Deon Smith was declared a homicide by the state medical examiner’s office. Within hours of this news, a Guilford County superior court judge authorized the release of the camera footage from the incident, which shows Smith wandering in the street and behaving erratically and Greensboro police placing him in a controversial r ...…
 
Gophers volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon is the featured guest on today's BS Show, along with comic Joe Minjares, movie critic Tim Lammers, Smart Start MN's Ed Cohen, Bolder Options president Darrell Thompson, Katie Harms and psychic Ruth Lordan.
 
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Board of Trustees issued their recommendation Monday for the future of the confederate Silent Sam monument. The board wants to see the statue housed in a $5.3M history center on south campus. The news prompted protest among the students and faculty on campus who do not want the statue re-erected ...…
 
Al McSurely is a white man who has been fighting white supremacy for almost 60 years. McSurely’s activism began in the early 1960s with groups like the Congress of Racial Equity and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. He worked alongside civil rights leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. and Stokely Carmichael, and eventually became an ...…
 
Martin White rounds up the day's biggest news in the world of food and beverages, including: Heineken buys majority stake in Spanish craft brewer La Cibeles, Singapore considers ban on high-sugar pre-packaged beverages, and Nestlé creates sustainable packaging research institute
 
We revisit a topic that was eaten by technical difficulties. Email us: contact@lordoftheringsminute.com Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr Shop on Amazon And be sure to join our listener group: Fellowship of the Mic! Special Thanks to Patreon Associate Producer: Ed Foster
 
After 37 years of swine veterinary practice, John Baker, DVM, Boonville, Indiana, sees producers and veterinarians entering a new era in antibiotic management — one that focuses not on arbitrarily reducing antibiotics but using them responsibly to ensure animal well-being. “Our goal, as veterinarians, has always been to minimize disease and, wh ...…
 
The Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs are digging up hundreds of soldiers from the Korean War as part of a massive identification project. The disinterment operation is taking place at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu and is based on recent advances in DNA and forensic technology. 650 Korean War dead will be e ...…
 
KQ Morning Show icon Mike Gelfand. Comic Bryan Miller. Zone Coverage's Tom Schreier, The Loop's Kevin Cusick, psychic Ruth Lordan. They're the featured guests on today's BS Show having lively chats about bad bowl games, the heydey of the Minnesota underworld and who should be baseball Hall of Fame picks (BS Show host Bob Sansevere is a HOF voter).…
 
When Paula Dance started her campaign for sheriff of Pitt County, she knew her win would make history. Dance would become the county’s first African-American sheriff and the first African-American female sheriff in the state. What she could not predict, however, was the wave of black sheriffs that would join her. The November midterms ushered i ...…
 
A new women’s history trail in Franklin, North Carolina highlights the overlooked stories of entrepreneurial women in the western part of the state. The trail celebrates both individual women and women’s organizations, like the Main Street Milliners: a group of hat-makers and business owners who worked in Franklin in the 19th and early 20th cen ...…
 
A single set of laws is about to replace the patchwork of regulations that govern ambulance services. We speak with the Health Minister and a private ambulance operator.
 
Martin White rounds up the day's biggest news in the world of food and beverages, including: Fonterra to unwind Australian joint venture with Beingmate, New Age Beverages acquires US drinks firm Morinda for $85m, and JBS appoints Gilberto Tomazoni to replace firm’s founder as CEO
 
Pig producers in Brazil are improving efficiency, quality and welfare standards thanks to a novel alternative to physical castration, says a prominent swine veterinarian and meat scientist. One of the world’s top pork producers and exporters, Brazil produces upwards of 3.6 million tons of pork per year with annual exports of 500,000 tons.1 Acco ...…
 
Pig producers in Brazil are improving efficiency, quality and welfare standards thanks to a novel alternative to physical castration, says a prominent swine veterinarian and meat scientist. One of the world’s top pork producers and exporters, Brazil produces upwards of 3.6 million tons of pork per year with annual exports of 500,000 tons.1 Acco ...…
 
The whole debate over conventional farming is driving increased research into lab-grown meat. Many startups see it as a business opportunity. But the challenges they face are huge.
 
We discuss the differences in the timeline from book to movie. Email us: contact@lordoftheringsminute.com Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr Shop on Amazon And be sure to join our listener group: Fellowship of the Mic! Special Thanks to Patreon Associate Producer: Ed Foster
 
Public health researchers agree: the evidence is clear that Americans consume way too much sugar, that sugar contributes to weight gain, and that rising rates of obesity in the U.S. will lead to significant health problems in the future. What’s much less clear is what to do about it. In this special, first-ever two-part episode of Gastropod, we ...…
 
Public health researchers agree: the evidence is clear that Americans consume way too much sugar, that sugar contributes to weight gain, and that rising rates of obesity in the U.S. will lead to significant health problems in the future. What’s much less clear is what to do about it. In this special, first-ever two-part episode of Gastropod, we ...…
 
Many consider vegetarians the new superheroes. They eat no meat and so have a reduced carbon footprint. But is that really true? An avocado can actually do more damage to the environment than a steak. Environmental vegetarianism – fact or fiction?
 
Meat is in many cases an indicator of prosperity. That's because consumers generally choose which meat they want, how much they eat and where and how it's produced - a cheap product from the supermarket or higher-priced meat from ethical farming.
 
A whole chicken may cost less than three euros at a German supermarket, while an ethically farmed equivalent could set you back ten euros or more. So what's the difference? How do farmers set their profit margins and what pressure are they under?
 
Cheap EU chicken exports continue to decimate Africa's domestic industry. We meet one of the few poultry farmers left in Ghana.
 
It seems like a paradox: for many meat is out, but Christmas without a traditional Christmas dinner is unthinkable. And so the trade in meat alternatives is booming. So what's it all about?
 
Attorney Julie Finch interviews Nourishing Worthiness owner and writer Rachelle Niemann in the latest episode of Legal Bits.
 
More than 4,700 North Carolina students were eligible for migrant education services last year. These are the children of migrant workers who move from state to state as their parents follow seasonal crops. This frequent relocation means these students are often changing schools and even moving from one state to another.…
 
One of the founding principles of the U.S. government is the separation of church and state. Yet there are many unseen ways in which the religion of America’s founders was baked into the legal system. Immigration attorney George Pappas traces the impact of religious doctrine on land rights in his new book “The Literary and Legal Genealogy of Na ...…
 
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