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Learn about taking care of chameleons! Hosted by long time chameleon breeder, Bill Strand, this show explores the latest in chameleon husbandry. Interviews with keepers, breeders, veterinarians, and scientists from around the world continuously push our knowledge forward!
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Exploring ethical captive management of reptiles & amphibians through the lens of biological science, conservation, and human nature. The Animals at Home Network is a herpetoculture-based podcast network that hosts: Animals at Home Podcast by Dillon Perron, Project Herpetoculture by Phillip Lietz and Roy Arthur Blodgett, Reptiles & Research Podcast by Liam Sinclair and Ellie Hills, and Animals Everywhere by Bryce Broom. Each show on the network brings all members of the reptile community tog ...
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Podcast about tarantulas. Kat & Martin discuss all things tarantula-related - science news of newly described species, husbandry tips to keep your beloved pet tarantula happy, and trends on social media. All combined on this podcast hosted by two tarantula enthusiasts with different backgrounds, hence the name of possible "two worlds" colliding.
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The Horse's Advocate Podcast is about helping horse owners find the missing horse owner's manual for owning and caring for horses. Geoff Tucker, DVM (aka, "Doc T"), brings you wisdom from over 50 years with horses. But beware - some of this stuff is NOT what you might expect. When the "box to think outside of" was built, he was never included and remained outside! This show aims to Help Horses Thrive In A Human World™.
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The show about how to have a better relationship with your dog or cat. Get tips on dog and cat behaviour and training, learn about the science on dogs and cats, and find out which books we're reading (animal-related and more generally). Hosted by Zazie Todd PhD and Kristi Benson CTC of Companion Animal Psychology blog.
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Hi friend! Welcome to the Homestead Journey Podcast where we’re embracing traditional wisdom in today’s modern society. No matter where you are in your homestead experience, this podcast is here to encourage and support you. We cover a wide range of topics, from gardening, canning, and food preservation, to animal husbandry, like the family dairy cow or raising meat chickens. I’m interviewing the who’s who in the homestead world. Sharing practical tips, and heartfelt stories to inspire and e ...
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Dog trainer and biologist Ferdie Yau (MA, CPDT-KA) talks about treating difficult behavior cases and interviews the leading experts in the animal training world. The podcast is intended to show pet caretakers how to embrace science, kindness, and compassion to help their pets like dogs, cats, and other companion animals with challenging behavior issues. Listeners will learn how the team at Behavior Vets inspires people to dive deeper into the animal's experience to help them thrive, while al ...
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Are you concerned about the quality, safety, and security of the food supply? Do you worry that chemicals and additives are affecting you and your family’s health? Are you longing to raise more of your own food but don’t know where to start? Do you wish there was a simple way to get started raising your own animals for food? Hi, I’m Millie. Animal Scientist, cattle girl turned goat rancher, co-owner of Dry Creek Livestock, and simple living enthusiast. Fifteen years ago, my health took a tur ...
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Welcome to The Farmer podcast! This podcast aims to serve those engaged in or aspiring to farm or homestead. Learn from Angela's successes and failures as she shares her experiences. The Farmer podcast is geared toward the beginning farmer or homesteader, but includes in-depth info on animal health, soil science, food preservation, homesteading skills and so much more!
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A podcast about creating balance, using reward based training techniques with host Angelica Hesselius and guests. Coming from the view on horse training as enrichment we will look at ways to create a relaxed, gymnastically sound horse who wants to train as much as we do. Groundwork, riding, husbandry or vet care training all will work better if our horse´s is in balance. But what do different types of balance look like and how do we create it? This podcast aims to explore different ways of a ...
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The Modern Producer

The Modern Producer

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Expert talk on livestock housing and animal husbandry. In each episode, we discuss current, trends, technology and research. We invite you to join our discussion at newstandard-group.com.
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Spiritually Empowered Horsemanship

Cindy Hartzell & Laura Langfitt

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Welcome to the Spiritually Empowered Horsemanship Podcast where your hosts, Laura & Cindy are coming together to alchemize hearts and horses for a more connected life. We're two horsewomen from vastly different backgrounds, united by our profound experiences with horses and the life lessons they've taught us. Our goal for this podcast is to empower you to look beneath the surface of your horsemanship journey to find a deeper connection, more meaning, and more confidence to do whatever you dr ...
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A podcast bringing you the latest information to help build stronger relationships with our animal companions, enhance training, assist shelter animals, and address other important issues related to animal welfare and training. If you are like us who love, live, and work with animals, this is the show for you! Please enjoy! Please contact us or find more information at Facebook page "Constructional Approach to Animal Welfare and Training" or email us at caawtcontact@gmail.com
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Fiberton Acres' Podcast looks at the funny side of horticulture and animal husbandry. We look at the history of the field, and mix in our crazy experiences in raising our fiber animals, farming and more!
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A show about farming regeneratively, wisely, and profitably, on pasture: The ins and outs of the craft of grassland management, farm business, marketing, animal husbandry, and the changing nature of agriculture and rural life.
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Welcome aboard the first ever podcast written by billionaires for billionaires. We aren't the one percent, we aren't even the one-tenth of one percent. We are much less percenty than that. Anyway, Daniel, Sam and I got together this week to analyze a bad decision, eat some food, and give unsolicited advice (the best kind) all in the space of thirty minutes. So sit back and enjoy the show.
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The Herping Hour Podcast is brought to you by Lily Rose Reptiles and Dawn of time exotics. We are all Reptile Hobbyists and Enthusiasts. Teaming up to bring you videos surrounding reptile husbandry and best practice, species considerations, our own reptile collections and projects and different guest invites. Seeking the best scientific methods and practices for housing commonly and uncommonly kept reptile species.
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This will be a monthly podcast that focuses on Short-tailed pythons. We will talk about the history of the complex, the basic husbandry and care, breeding, and the stories behind the lines that we know and love. We hope that this podcast will be a resource for information about the complex as well as a history of the keepers and breeders that came before us.
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Mike Tytula of Alpha Reptile is back on the podcast to discuss his recent trip to Colombia dedicated to finding dart frogs in the wild. The conversation included insights on interpreting data collected in the wild. Mike also talked about his previous trip to Madagascar with other reptile content creators where they had a fascinating but depressing …
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Hey, friend! Hi, I’m Millie Bradshaw, Animal Scientist, cattle girl turned goat rancher, co-owner of Dry Creek Livestock, Homesteader, and simple living enthusiast. In this podcast, you will find simple instructions for sustainable, small-scale livestock husbandry, how to develop management systems that will keep you and your animals happy and heal…
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Welcome to our latest podcast episode, where we jump into the journey of adding our newest addition to the homestead: Lilac, our already cherished Jersey cow. Listen as I recount the anticipation, joy, and invaluable lessons learned throughout the years of waiting for this moment. Grab your favorite coffee or tea and join us I we share the magical …
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In this episode, Phil and Roy welcome the legendary, Eric Burke, of Morelia Python Radio to the show! We hear about his origins in herpetoculture, how his perspective on herpetoculture has evolved over the years, the influence of field herping on his keeping, the impetus to start MPR, and a whole lot more. Eric is a pioneer in the space of reptile …
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new season - first episode. We are back - 2.0 tarantula podcast just started. Starts slow in the first minutes but heats up quickly, just listen! This time we talk things that happened in the last 16 months, new tarantulas in the hobby, breeding success of Kats Jumping spiders, and even some amphibian talk! --- Send in a voice message: https://podc…
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This podcast discusses the basics of breeding the mare and delivering the newborn foal. The number one rule of getting your mare bred is to develop good daily observational skills and record what you observe. This will show the subtle signs needed to get your mare bred successfully. The next most important thing to do is to create a good working re…
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Zazie and Kristi are joined by Grant Hayter-Menzies to talk about his book Freddie: The Rescue Dog Who Rescued Me. In this episode, we’re joined by writer and biographer Grant Hayter-Menzies to talk about his book Freddie: The Rescue Dog Who Rescued Me. We talk about how Freddie came into his life and the important ways in which dogs help us, even …
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Join us on this episode of Homestead Journey with John Moody, an expert and one of the who's who in the homesteading movement. We'll explore his journey into homesteading, his experiences with raising meat birds, and practical advice for beginners. From the essentials for raising meat birds to overcoming common challenges, John shares insights to a…
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In this episode, Phil and Roy welcome Dean Missimer of Feed My Chameleon LLC to the show! We hear about his origins in herpetoculture, what inspired him to begin breeding grasshoppers, reptile nutrition, and a whole lot more. Dean is a pioneer in the space of reptile feeders and nutrition and this was an excellent introduction to his work. This epi…
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Brandon van Asten is the owner and founder of Canadian Coldblood, a reptile breeding operation based out of Ontario, Canada. Brandon is the most prolific tree monitor breeder in the world and currently working with all six common tree monitor species. In the episode, we discuss how to successfully keep and breed tree monitors, the variation in size…
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This podcast discusses two significant thoughts about equine veterinary medicine. The first is the breadth and scope of veterinary medicine, which is so much more than just horses. This is evidenced by my discussion of all the articles presented in this month's Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA). The second is that most …
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In Episode 3, Life Lessons from Horses: Growth, Spiritual Awakening, and Surrender, we share how horses have changed our lives. They've pushed us to grow, awakened us to a deeper connection with life, and called us to surrender in moments that spiraled out of control. We have both experienced connections with horses on a level that we haven't found…
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In Episode 2, Awakening Awareness: A New Perspective for Hard Rides, we explore what it means to truly see your horse. If you've ever had a tough training session and wondered if you were missing something that could have helped you turn things around, this episode is for you. The Heart of Connection: Your emotions and energy influence your horse b…
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Welcome to Episode 1 of The Spiritually Empowered Horsemanship Podcast. In Discover the Magic of Spiritually Empowered Horsemanship, we introduce the Who, What, Where, Why, and How of the Podcast. We're creating a space for passionate equestrians aiming to foster a deeper connection with their equine partners to explore, learn, and grow. Strong hor…
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This week's episode is a Round Table Discussion focused on the Leopard Gecko cohabiting controversy sparked by Adam Wickens of Wickens Wicked Reptiles a few weeks ago. We are joined by Adam Wickens, Liam Sinclair of Reptiles & Research and Ellie Hills of Hills Herptiles to discuss whether or not leopard geckos can safely be housed together, as well…
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This podcast discusses a comment by a listener who likes what I'm saying but doesn't like to feed herself or her horses anything genetically modified or treated with chemicals. All of us will agree with her. But is it possible in today's world? Is avoiding these two criteria (GMOs and chemicals) important relative to other factors, such as chronic …
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Evaluate your chameleons cage set-up to find what you could improve. This episode trains you on the Forest Edge 5+5 checklist which will allow you to methodically go through each item that is important to your chameleon. This is the exact system I use when I do my chameleon cage reviews on the Chameleon Academy YouTube channel. I am sharing it with…
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What do I do to improve pet store standards for keeping chameleons? Not only are chameleons not being cared for correctly, the improper care gives the wrong message to the beginning chameleon keeper. Do we tell the pet store to up their chameleon care? Do we tell the corporation to improve their chameleon care standards? Today I discuss the the way…
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Nate Hawks is a scientific illustrator and zoo exhibit designer. In this episode, we discuss animal-related career options that fall outside of the typical science-related choices (biologist, zoo keeper, vet, etc.). Nate tells us how he successfully combined his love for creative art with his love for animals to pursue a career that allows him to d…
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In this episode, Roy welcomes Summer Winston of The SHäP to the show! We hear about their origins in herpetoculture, what inspired them to open a reptile store and how it's different from the rest, what motivates and inspires them to improve, and a whole lot more. Summer is a truly passionate keeper with a thoughtful, soulful approach to the craft.…
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In this podcast, I discuss two diseases that affect horses: Kissing Spine, which involves the overriding spinous processes, and peripheral vestibular disease, which is discussed at about the 16 to 17-minute mark. Kissing Spine is a relatively new condition discovered thanks to advancements in X-ray technology. The images show abnormal bone on and b…
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Benjamin Fabian is a German herpetoculturist and the owner of Dragantha's Dragon's, a breeding project focused on producing Phrynosoma (Horned Lizards). In the episode, Benjamin discusses what motivates him to work with such a specialized group of lizards and why he chooses to keep with "minimal interaction" between himself and his lizards. Benjami…
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In this episode, we sit down with Jen to explore her journey into the world of homesteading and the innovative ways she's turned her passion into a thriving online income. Join as Jen shares her personal story, detailing the challenges and triumphs of establishing a hobby farm and navigating the path to profitability in the digital age. Whether you…
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After a week away, we are back with a banger! In this episode, Phil and Roy welcome Mike Lardis of The Slithering Salamander to the show! We hear about his origins in herpetoculture, what his collection currently consists of, what motivates and inspires him to improve, how he constructs such stunning vivaria, and a whole lot more. Mike is an absolu…
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Many people face difficulties in convincing horse professionals such as vets and farriers to consider alternative approaches to horses' health. These professionals tend to resist change, making it uncomfortable to persuade them to adopt new ideas. I have recorded a podcast to discuss a book on horse health that was written over a hundred years ago …
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Dylan LeVan is the owner and founder of Exotic Enrichment, a company that designs, produces and sells enrichment for reptiles. In the episode, Dylan explains how he fell into this business, the types of products he currently sells and the feedback he has received from the community so far. We also discuss the importance of adding enrichment into ou…
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Join me today for a fun conversation with Neeli, a Tennessee-based homesteader and talented photographer/videographer. Neeli shares her inspiring journey of transitioning to homesteading life in Tennessee, highlighting both the highs and challenges she faced along the way. Explore how Neeli seamlessly integrates her passion for homesteading with he…
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Rare Genetics, Inc. is opening up a final round of test development for a genetic test for panther chameleon locale. This is a 35 minute conversation with Dr. Ben Morrill, who is actively working on a way to explore panther chameleon local forms using genetic material from their shed skin. We are very excited to see this go to market and future imp…
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In this episode, Dr. Sheila Segurson discusses how she builds shelter behavior programs drawing on her multifaceted experience as a shelter veterinarian, shelter veterinary behaviorist, dog trainer, foster caregiver, volunteer, consultant, and educator. We discuss: Maddie's Fund and its mission How trauma effects behavior Essential components of a …
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Published March 13, 2024 The First Law in my book, The Ten Irrefutable Laws Of Horsemanship, states, "A Horse Can Kill You." They are quicker and more muscular than humans, with clubs at the end of each limb. My original mentor, John Steiner, DVM, was killed by a horse while he was working on a stallion after his retirement. This week, two horses t…
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In this episode, Phil and Roy welcome Joe DeStefano of Meteoric Serpents to the show! We hear about his origins in herpetoculture, what his collection currently consists of, what motivates and inspires him to improve, whether or not morphs are prone to pyramid schemes, and a whole lot more. This conversation gets into some friendly debate, and we h…
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This somewhat a continuation from our mutual Riding Workshop. Here we are chatting about how to start with reward based riding. Presenting different alternatives. We both have go to preferred options about how to go about this, but as always, there are many ways to Rome. You are the one deciding what is best for you and your horse <3 Ways to access…
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Published March 6, 2024 Feeding grain and processed feeds and supplements are killing our horses, yet these companies continue advertising to horse owners in all the horse magazines. However, with the Spring 2024 issue of The Horse, I discovered there were no ads for these foods, except for three supplements. Why? Because this issue focuses on equi…
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In this episode, we are joined by Ryan of Marshall Arachnids. Ryan and his partner Jess run Marshall Arachnids, and they are focused on promoting a natural history-based captive husbandry for tarantulas. Ryan and Jess are focused on adding the elements of husbandry back into tarantula care that we find in the wild, such as heating, lighting, photo …
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In this episode, Phil and Roy welcome Steven Kush to the show! We hear about his origins in herpetoculture, how he transitioned to breeding herps full time, what motivates and inspires him to do better, why scrub pythons have captured his focus, and a whole lot more. This conversation is full of the granular ranting and rambling for which this show…
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