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The Sod Pod from Grassland Agro. We will talk all things farming across the Island of Ireland and Beyond. We will discuss many topics ranging from agronomy, technology, agricultural policy, farm machinery, and much more.#FarmTheFuture
 
The Tillage Edge is Teagasc's new tillage podcast, presented by Michael Hennessy. Bringing you weekly episodes covering agronomy needs of crops throughout the season with input from Teagasc researchers and views from across the industry. Subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. The Tillage Edge is a co-production with LastCastMedia (https://www.LastCastMedia.com) .
 
Past and present advances in the fields of agronomic, crop, soil, and environmental sciences. Enjoy interviews with researchers published in journals, books, and magazines from the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America. Opinions and conclusions expressed by authors are their own and are not considered as those of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America, its staff, its membe ...
 
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The Field Guide Podcast

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The Field Guide Podcast

Claire LaCanne and Nathan Drewitz

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Hosted by Claire LaCanne and Nathan Drewitz, The Field Guide is a series of conversations on the challenges currently facing local agricultural producers. Through discussions with local growers and industry professionals along with deep dives into the issues with specialists in Extension; let us serve as your source of information for solutions from those tackling today’s farming challenges.
 
The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (Koch) will break down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less. Crop science experts and others in the agriculture industry will discuss topics ranging from nitrogen loss and soil health to ways growers can increase operational efficiencies.
 
We're on a golfing quest of sorts, looking to increase our golfing I.Q.'s in the process. Our aim is to speak to expert guests at the intersection of golf design and construction, green keeping, the history of the game, sustainability and the environment...to name but a few topics. This podcast is not about us, it's about the guests, what they know and how that can influence the sustainable future of the game of golf that we all cherish. Suspend what you know about the game of golf for a mom ...
 
Ever wonder how your favourite agronomist got their start? Or why a researcher chose their particular area of expertise? In the Agronomy Geeks podcast we talk to the men and women who’ve made an impact in the field of agronomy, and cover highlights from their lives and careers and what makes them tick. Hosted by self-described “Agronomy Geek”, Lyndsey Smith.
 
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SWAT Agronomy

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SWAT Agronomy

Croptimistic Technology Inc.

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This is the show for people who leverage the latest in technology to solve agronomic problems. If you’re interested in on-farm application of precision ag technology, you’ve come to the right place. Get ready as we unpack the insights and experiences of the agronomic minds leading our industry forward.
 
Join Craig & Eric on Field Trials Unleashed, where they discuss agronomic trials, products, practices, and what it takes to generate profitability on a modern farm. Craig and Eric are both professional agronomist for Illini FS, both are incredibly passionate about their careers, and want to share both the fundamentals of agronomy and what it takes to obtain higher yields and to be sustainably long term profitable.
 
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The Ohio State University

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The Ohio State University

The Ohio State University Extension

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Stay on top of what is happening in the field and the farm office as Amanda Douridas and Elizabeth Hawkins interview experts in agronomy and farm management. Hosted by The Ohio State University Extension, this podcast takes a bi-monthly dive into specific issues that impact agriculture, such as: weather, land value, policies, commodity outlooks, and more. For more information on agronomy and farm management visit agcrops.osu.edu and u.osu.edu/ohioagmanager.
 
Welcome to the Soil Sense Podcast, where we believe that building healthier soils is not just a prescription, but rather a pursuit. This journey requires collaboration, curiosity, and communication among farmers, agricultural researchers, agronomists, consultants, and extension. You’re going to hear their stories and discover how and why they’re working together to make sense out of what’s happening in the soil.
 
This original podcast series is hosted by Anders Gurda, Manager of Agronomy Solutions at Pipeline Foods. It provides in-depth interviews with organic farmers and experts, and covers a wide variety of topics and stories related to organic row crop production. We know that you have plenty of windshield time in your profession, so wanted to give you something to listen to and think about as you plant, cultivate, harvest, and spend those hours on the road. In these episodes, we wander into the w ...
 
The University of New England’s STEM Quarter (STEM Q) is a platform for regional partnerships. It seeks to become an engine of innovation by connecting industry & investment with research & education through mutually beneficial projects. By providing local industries and communities with a pathway to engage in research specifically focused on local challenges, the New England and North West region of New South Wales, Australia, is headed for incredible success. Focused on the four key pillar ...
 
Farmers continually strive for higher yields. But to improve yield and maximize profit, one needs to be progressive and continually seek out knowledge. Welcome to the Yield Masters Podcast! Hosted by Todd Steinacher, we bring you a show dedicated to providing you information, teachings, strategies, and methodologies to implement and achieve higher yields in your crop. Todd Steinacher is passionate about agronomy and has a desire to help people succeed. Todd is an agronomist and Certified Cro ...
 
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Today is the first time I've been behind the microphone since 6/21/22 and the first time I've been on the farm since 6/22/22. I've got stories to share! Plus, we are doing something special with FFA interviews for the rest of the summer. More Places You Can Listen to Off-Farm Income And Matt Brechwald:…
 
Wishing you all a wonderful day! No matter what the season is, we at A Better Way to Farm are always excited to share with our loyal listeners serious tips and tricks for managing our farms. It is our belief that better decisions will eventually lead to higher yields. Providing all hardworking farmers with knowledge geared towards promoting a susta…
 
I was have not been in or anywhere close to the farm studio all week. Since, I produce the rural crime episodes "fresh", the day before they publish each week, I was not able to produce one for you this week up to the quality standard that I hold myself to. In lieu of a "stale" rural crime episode I decided to share the rural crime prevention tips …
 
Jane Marshall’s knack for putting together triangles and squares into beautiful quilt patterns is only trumped by her ability to piece together people, resources, and opportunities in her community. Natalina Bausch talks with Jane about her childhood and her involvement in the community. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoice…
 
With guest Jacquelyne Leffler, Leffler Farms and Leffler Prime Performance Clint meets with a Jacquelyne of all trades, a Kansas farmer who raises cattle and grows wheat, corn, and soybeans. Jacquelyne discusses the challenges and benefits of introducing digital solutions as a fourth generation farmer and the tumultuous 2022 planting season. Tune i…
 
I did an episode a few months back titled "it was all because I wanted cattle". Everything that is currently true about my present and future lifestyle can be traced back to this one desire. Today's guest has the same type of story, and oh, where that has taken her. In addition to a love for cattle and a desire to have raising livestock be a part o…
 
Tomorrow I am profiling a young lady that has dove into the feed business in a huge way. As a great lead in to that interview, I chose to replay this powerful interview with Sandy Hansen-Wolff about the challenges she faced and the things she overcame in establishing her own feed and see business. The original show notes can be found below. SHOW NO…
 
Input prices have skyrocketed but at the same time the value of outputs have also increased. The value of chemical P and K has doubled, therefore the value of the P and K in straw has also doubled. On the latest Tillage Edge podcast, Mark Plunkett and Dermot Forristal from Teagasc, discuss the value of straw and how best to incorporate straw this y…
 
We want to thank our sponsors the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council, along with the Minnesota Corn Research and Promotion Council. To participate in CRW trapping contact Bruce: bpotter@umn.edu Resources: https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/publications/fungicide-efficacy-for-control-of-corn-diseases https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/pu…
 
I've done two interviews with students from New Hampshire in the history of the show, and today is #2. What a fascinatingly different way of life then I am used to in the West! Our guest today is a lobster fisherman. Ella Byrne has grown up in the lobster industry with an entrepreneurial father who is a self-taught lobsterman and also has a maple s…
 
Have you ever wished your fields came with a report card? They can. As you’ll hear on today’s episode of The High Ground, hosted by Sal Sama and Ryan Priest and powered by Premier Companies, technology and farming go hand in hand. As the TRAX Ag Technology and Sustainability Lead, Braden Carpenter knows this well and is involved with the precision …
 
In this episode, we explore soil management practices that will improve trafficability over time. North Dakota State University Soil Health Extension Specialist Dr. Abbey Wick joins us to discuss that as well as a specific example from Wahpeton, North Dakota farmer Doug Toussaint. We’ll also discuss safety considerations to properly handle equipmen…
 
I hope you are doing well! It's always exciting for A Better Way to Farm team to bring you interviews that focus on stories of farmers who have triumphed in successful farm management and made a real difference in their lives. We think it is important to share great ideas with others, which is why this podcast provides advice that we can all implem…
 
Holden Nuhn first appeared on the Off-Farm Income Podcast back in 2019 when he was a 9th grader on episode #623. This was before Covid, and we had no idea what was coming! Back then I was so impressed with his "could-do" attitude, and how he had found a way to show dairy animals even though he didn't have any of his own. On Today's episode, Holden …
 
Tip Of The Week Steel, Copper & Fuel are all expensive - guard anything of value right now. Rural Crime In The U.S. https://www.salina.com/story/news/2022/06/15/salina-grain-elevator-sees-theft-over-30-k-copper-wire/7610694001/ https://www.wbko.com/2022/06/15/ohio-county-sheriffs-office-searching-stolen-vintage-plow/ https://www.14news.com/2022/06/…
 
British Summer Fruits has rebranded as British Berry Growers and chairman Nick Marston tells the HortWeek podcast why there could be record consumption this year. Wimbledon tennis and campaigns for raspberries and Love Fresh Berries month will help boost sales in July. British berries remain an affordable treat, with sales doubling in a decade, he …
 
On this episode we discuss reseeding grassland. Reseeding is done for many reasons. The main ones are to increase productivity of the farm and carry more stock per acre. It helps increase the live weight gain and creates faster regrowth. Its helps to increase silage quality and palatability. The first stage of carrying out a reseed is to take soil …
 
Soooo, you want to know what my favorite business that I've ever profiled on the show is do you? Well, I still can't pick, but a brewery where delicious beers, delectable meals and lots of fun are all located has to be in the top three! Today's guests, Trent and Vicki Bushner, are full-time farmers in Yuma County, Colorado. And for the past 25+ yea…
 
Tomorrow we are featuring a farm couple who has started a fun and successful brewery in Eastern Colorado. I thought a look back and the opportunities surrounding hop farming would fit right in. Below are the original show notes: SHOW NOTES KEY IDEAS: I have three themes that I want to cover this week. All of them have to do with entrepreneurship: H…
 
Ciarán Collins and Shay Phelan, both Tillage Specialists in Teagasc, joined Michael Hennessy on the latest Tillage Edge podcast to discuss how crops have developed over the season and to look forward to the harvest. They both touched on the major features of the season and pointed to the generally low disease pressure this year and agree that, give…
 
Nick Edmund is the founder of Global Golf 4 Cancer, a genuinely global campaign with a mission to inspire the golfing community to ‘fly the flag’ and support cancer fighters worldwide. The goal is to fly the Global Golf 4 Cancer flag on the 4th hole of 400 high profile courses around the world. Since launching the campaign with a 2000km jaunt along…
 
The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (KAS) breaks down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less. In this episode, we sit down with KAS agronomists, Edwin Suarez and Lacie Thomas, to discuss how the ‘hidden hunger’ phenomenon could be limiting your crops maximum yield potential. The KAS expe…
 
We want to thank our sponsors the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council, along with the Minnesota Corn Research and Promotion Council. Postemergence herbicide applications in hot weather: https://blog-crop-news.extension.umn.edu/2022/06/postemergence-herbicide-applications-in.html Grasshoppers on soybean https://extension.umn.edu/soybean…
 
SpudChat is back with a new episode, and this week we bring back the grower check-in, where we talk with PEI potato farmers from across the province to hear how things went this planting season, and what's new for this year. This week, Ryan is joined by Jonathan MacLennan from West Cape, Chris MacAulay from Chepstow, and Andrew Lawless from Shamroc…
 
I am always happy and honored when a listener reached out and requests to be part of the show. Sometimes it is a fit, and sometimes it is not, but I am always thrilled that they want to be part of what we are doing here. Our guest today is one such listener. Kyleigh Render is a very impressive FFA student. She will be "graduating" from high school …
 
I have been saying for quite sometime that direct marketing grass finished beef at a premium price was the equivalent of selling a luxury item and that when the economy got bad there would be less customers for this type of product. I've also been curious about the entire local food movement that has been growing and thriving for so many years now.…
 
We talk with Tim Little about the history of his farm and what drove his adoption of conservation practices. Join us as we go into detail on why he adopted conservation practices. We also get into which of his practices have changed over time and what level of success he has attained with these practices.…
 
Jason Hanson, who owns Rock and Roll Agronomy based in Webster, North Dakota joins us to discuss both the benefits and the challenges of reducing tillage. One thing we always talk about on this program is to find soil health building practices that meet your particular goals, and that one farmer’s goal is not always the same as the next. “Salinity …
 
Good morning y’all! The A Better Way to Farm team is always excited to bring you series of interviews with real stories of triumph in farm management and powerful strategies that changed the lives of our fellow farmers. We believe great ideas ought to be shared that is why this podcast sees to it that we give out tips we can implement little by lit…
 
Rarely does this happen, but today's interview features the daughter of my previous Friday episode guest. Shelby Shuman has just finished her junior year of high school, and she has been conducting auctions since she was twelve years old. Early on in her auction career she knew she wanted to start her own business, but she never really implemented …
 
With the temperature touching 90 degrees, it’s a great time to be talking about home heat. On this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies, Sal Sama and Ryan Priest chat with Scott Heyne in LP sales for commercial and residential customers. Scott will cover what goes into the site survey to set upLP tanks, the requirements for inst…
 
The return of the Lincolnshire Show this week - we talk to the organiser and the show's youngest ever exhibitor! The government's food strategy was published a few days ago to a mixed response - is there a silver lining in the cloud? Ten weeks after a direct drill day pitted several machines against each other, how do they compare? Plus market repo…
 
Tip Of The Week Keep you cell phone with you around the farm: https://wgno.com/technology/man-tracks-apple-watch-to-find-sons-stolen-car/ Rural Crime In The U.S. https://ktvo.com/news/local/man-uses-fake-67500-check-to-steal-tractor-hay-rake-from-outside-memphis https://whky.com/tractor-truck-stolen-from-springs-road/ https://www.turnto23.com/news/…
 
Grassweeds in tillage crops are becoming more common but John Mahon,Teagasc ECT advisor, is on this week’s episode of the Tillage Edge podcast and says that any grass weed population can be successfully managed. John says farmers should take a zero tolerance approach to weeds such as blackgrass and ryegrass as these weeds are hugely prolific seed p…
 
With guests Fran Deville & Brandon Cavins, Climate Activation Managers What sort of optimizations are successful cotton farmers making? Where can you focus efforts in reducing costs? Climate Activation Managers Fran Deville and Brandon Cavins join Clint to share their insights on the cotton industry, price changes, and impacts on demand and plantin…
 
Is there any more fundamental business to the world of agriculture than that of auctioneering? I say "no". Auctioneers have been there in good times and in bad times, whenever folks need to sell farms, ranches, equipment or otherwise, for whatever reason. The auctioneer is always there trying to maximize what these folks get for their lifetime of w…
 
“Redesigning traditional weed management practices in faba bean fields to optimize food-feed production in the smallholder system” with Peter Thorne. Researchers work hard to develop best practices and recommendations for farmers. However, cultural practices may affect how farmers do or are able to implement these recommendations on their farms. Th…
 
Interior landscaper and plant stylist Ian Drummond has been at the forefront of the indoor plants revival in recent years. He was one of the owners who sold Indoor Garden Design to Nurture Landscapes in 2021. He's now set up on his own as Ian Drummond Botanical Design and is also consulting for Nurture. He discusses Elton John's parties and his neo…
 
On tomorrow's ag business episode we are featuring a gentleman who has made an interesting career out of auctioning farm and ranch real estate. On the following Monday we are featuring his daughter, who is in the FFA and is also an auctioneer. It is a complete look into the world of this interesting and fundamental career. So, for our re-cap episod…
 
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