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Talking Dairy podcast gets into the minds of Kiwi dairy farmers, scientists and experts, providing fresh ideas to help you progress in dairying. Brought to you by DairyNZ. Subscribe now and be first to hear the latest episodes.
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The Dairy Edge is Teagasc’s dairy podcast for farmers. Presented by Emma-Louise Coffey with the latest information, insights and opinion to improve your dairy farm performance. Visit the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/dairy/the-dairy-edge-podcast/
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Grace is an entrepreneur, Shepherdess, and rotational grazing enthusiast. This eclectic mix converges here on the Shepherdess Podcast where we talk about regenerative farming for profit, raising Dorper sheep, and daily life as a small-scale, regenerative farmer.
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Progressive Dairy Podcast

Progressive Dairy editors

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The Progressive Dairy podcast is for U.S. dairy producers and their industry partners. Each helpful, informative episode serves as an on-the-go companion to the reliable, trustworthy information you find when reading Progressive Dairy magazine. New episodes are released every other week on Tuesdays.
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DairyVoice is a podcast, with new episodes available twice a month. The series has an exclusive focus on dairy producers and associated industry professionals that need help with cost-savings, efficiency, and other invaluable industry information. The podcast series, features expert speakers from across the United States on topics such as Cow Comfort, Business Management, dairy cash flow, and other current industry issues that arise.
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Dairy Stream focuses on policy, sustainability, market trends, new technology and farmer involvement. This podcast is co-produced by the Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, sister organizations that fight for effective dairy policy in Wisconsin and Washington, D.C.
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The Business of Dairy podcast will look at aspects of management of dairy businesses from both within the farm gate and outside the farm gate, speaking to farmers and service providers with skills, information and knowledge of value to you and your business. We will bring to you monthly discussions on topics that will grow your knowledge and understanding of management areas that will drive strong farm business performance into the future. This series is brought to you by the NSW DPI Dairy B ...
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Welcome to Diary of a Sheep Dairy Farmer, where we talk all things dairy sheep, from breeding, to lambing to milking and everything in between and outside. I am your host Becca, co-owner and glorified farm hand of Hidden Hollow Sheep Dairy.
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The go-to Podcast for do-it-yourself Independent Farmers who are taking control of their own business, skipping the middleman, building their own brand, and selling direct to local Buyers. Guest speakers frequently include successful Farmers who grow and harvest proteins, produce, dairy, and more! Discussions are focused on the business side of Farming. If you farm and it is your livelihood, then building a viable business matters. The Independent Farmer Podcast is hosted by Barn2Door. We of ...
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Beyond the Farm Gate is a show where we shine a light on great Australian stories in agriculture. On the show, you'll hear from farmers who've survived challenges like fire, flood, and drought; farmers who run innovative and unique agribusinesses; and farmers who are balancing work and family in rural Australia. You'll be inspired hearing their stories, and pick up some insights along the way. Produced by Rural Bank.
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Stock Talk

Farm Advisory Service

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Welcome to Stock Talk, bringing you all the latest news and advice for livestock producers. Each month, livestock specialists will discuss current issues, opportunities and options for producers. Scotland’s Farm Advisory Service is funded by the Scottish Government. Our podcast covers a range of topics which help support your farm or croft to be more profitable and sustainable.
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The Farming Week is Irelands most listened to farming, rural affairs and agriculture focused podcast brought to you by the team in Agriland. Keep up to date with the latest farming news and views from Ireland with their team of experts.
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The Farmers Guardian podcast brings you real farmer stories, the latest news and discussion about all the issues affecting the farming community. Listen on the go as the Farmers Guardian team talk through the latest issues across the dairy, livestock and arable sectors affecting your farming business, featuring special guests who share their personal experiences.
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The Sod Pod

Grassland Agro

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Hello Hello! Welcome to The Sod Pod. A hugely informative farming podcast brought to you by Grassland Agro where we like to chat all things farming across the Island of Ireland and beyond. From agronomy to technology, agricultural policy, machinery and more, we are also partial to a healthy GAA debate along the way. Streaming every fortnight, pop on and give us a listen!
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North American Ag provides daily agriculture news and weekly podcasts, devoted to highlighting the great people and companies that serve the agriculture industry and help feed our world. Covering ag tech, ag issues, policy, new products, family & faith. North American Ag gives farm families and ag professionals insight into what’s happening in agriculture throughout North America. In agriculture, government policy and faith effect farming every day. Unfortunately without open discussion, ide ...
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The Beef Edge is Teagasc’s podcast for all the latest news, information and advice for Irish beef farmers, presented by Catherine Egan. Visit the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/beef/the-beef-edge-podcast/
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Get the latest farming news, prices, analysis and advice from the award-winning Irish Farmers Journal team. If listening in our Live app, please click on the headphones symbol below. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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GPS DairyCAST

GPS Dairy Consulting, LLC

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The GPS DairyCAST features the high-value insights of the GPS Dairy Consulting team’s trusted advisors and the owners and managers from the elite dairy farms they serve. These conversations deliver on the GPS Dairy Consulting promise to inspire change and grow leaders. Learn more at GPSdairy.com.
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A Locavore is person who choses to consume food that is grown, raised or produced locally, here on the Sunshine Coast This is the Locavore Podcast, hosted by Roz White Brought to you by White's IGA Produced by Podspot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Australian Farmers: Telling Our Story is hosted by television presenter and journalist, Angie Asimus and is powered by the National Farmers Federation. It’s dedicated to connecting our wonderful farmers with health conscious consumers and ethically minded shoppers. Together, we can all learn more about the food we eat and the fibre we wear. This is your exclusive look behind the farm gate. As a country girl herself, Angie knows you'll love what you hear. From the freshest produce, to carbon ...
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KW FeedCast

KW Alternative Feeds

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Brought to you by KW Feeds, this fortnightly podcast covers all you need to know about the raw material markets and topical product information. Ensuring you have up to date knowledge helping you make better informed buying decisions for all your herds needs.
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Cow-Side Conversations

Center for Dairy Excellence

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“Cowside Conversations” is a monthly podcast brought to you by the Center for Dairy Excellence. We’ve heard time and time again that dairy farmers learn the most from other dairy farmers. So, in this podcast we’re going to share real-time farmer insight, tricks of the trade, and inspiring stories from dairies across Pennsylvania.
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Baa's and Bleat's - The AASRP Podcast

The American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners (AASRP)

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This podcast is sponsored by the American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners. In Season 1, host Dr. Michelle Buckley from Iowa State University will explore dairy goat production by providing insights on improving milk quality and antimicrobial stewardship. Each episode focuses on a different aspect of dairy goat production with guest speakers ranging from veterinarians to farm managers. Questions can be directed to DairyGoatExtension@iastate.edu.Season 1 is also supported by the US ...
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AHDB Food & Farming

Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board

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Our Food & Farming podcast is for levy payers and those in the food supply chain – bringing together key players in the agriculture industry to talk about the things which really matter. You’ll hear from farmers, special guests and AHDB specialists sharing their experiences and opinions. Join our conversations about technical information, data, market intelligence, exports and updates on our multimillion consumer marketing campaigns and of course, the latest news on farming issues that impac ...
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Bovine Banter

Penn State Extension

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Bovine Banter focuses on management, production, and profitability to help make farms more successful. Join the Penn State Extension Dairy Team for informal educational conversations with dairy producers, industry representatives and Penn State faculty and research. Each week we will cover hot topics in the dairy industry that will help dairy producers become more profitable. Guests will compare research with experiences of what has and has not worked on their farms and provide tips to help ...
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Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa. Please read our disclaimer here: https://research.rabobank.com/far/en/footer/di ...
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** TOP 3% GLOBALLY RANKED PODCAST ** Are you concerned about the current food supply? Do you want to be more self-sufficient? Are you longing to raise goats and other animals for food but don’t know where to start? Do you wish you had a mentor to walk you through raising livestock? I’m so glad you’re here! In this podcast you’ll learn all about raising goats and other livestock, sustainable management systems that will keep you and your animals happy and healthy, and strategies to get self-s ...
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Conversations with Irish farmers about how and why they make space for nature while operating a profitable farm. FFN (https://www.farmingfornature.ie) is a not-for-profit initiative set up by scientists & farmers to restore the ecological health of Irish farmland. FFN on twitter (https://twitter.com/farmfornature) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/farmingfornature/?hl=en)
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Agriculture Live, is your gateway to the pulse of the agriculture sector. Join us as we delve into the heart of agriculture, bringing conversations with industry leaders, innovators and pioneers who are reshaping the future of farming and agriculture. Agriculture Live discusses new issues and topics within the agricultural and farming industry, from cutting-edge innovations and sustainable practices to the pressing issues facing our agriculture and farming. Hosted by Rebekah Shields, Managin ...
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Food Bullying Podcast

Michele Payn & Nicole Rodriguez

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Firsthand perspective from farmers about how food is grown. Author Michele Payn & RDN Nicole Rodriguez arm the dietitian community and those who love nutrition with the REAL stories of farming. Listening will empower you to help others feel more confident in their food choice, with tips about how people are bullied about nutrition. Michele & Nicole know nutrition experts are hungry for connection with those who grow, raise, and produce food. This Food Bullying podcast brings together voices ...
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Farm to Taber Podcast

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Farm to Taber is a show about the inner guts of the food system, and what it takes to make work sustainably. Wherever that takes us—science, history, tech, culture, policy, marketing, psychology, design, and more— Farm to Taber goes there.
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This week, we talk to Adam on the details of the National Beef Welfare Scheme, Darren about the latest market twist for lambs and Aidan Brennan talks to us on Dairy Beef Open Day. Darren also talks to Edward Healy from Grassland AGRO. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Francess McDonnell, Aisling O'Brien and Louise Hickey bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Fodder stocks: what should farmers do next; Warning over dairy farmer’s income levels; The financial and mental impacts of low milk yields in 2024; €20m scheme for suckler farmers to open in e…
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Francess McDonnell, Aisling O'Brien and Louise Hickey bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Fodder stocks: what should farmers do next; Warning over dairy farmer’s income levels; The financial and mental impacts of low milk yields in 2024; €20m scheme for suckler farmers to open in e…
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Farm Rescue is a non-profit group that's coming to Wisconsin, beginning this month, to offer assistance to families that have suffered a loss, or some type of tragedy that's stopped the farming process. Jill Welke visits with Dan Erdman, spokesperson for Farm Rescue. Jefferson Co. Fair gets underway today and this year they're dedicating the center…
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Hi, friend! Today we are talking about electric netting for goats, different types and their uses, when it works, when it doesn’t, and how to use it effectively. I’ll be giving tips for success and things to be aware of when using electric netting with goats. This episode is packed full of tips I’ve learned from 6 years of experience (and some fail…
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Despite their huge efforts, three Yakima-area dairies are being accused by the US Environmental Protection Agency of not doing enough to protect groundwater from nutrient contamination.Gerald Baron, former Save Family Farming Executive Director, joins Dillon and says the nature of the legal attack and its threats of massive fines bring up troubling…
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Today Michael talks with Lisa Hamilton, a great chronicler of uncommon agrarians, and the author of the new book, The Hungry Season. Agrarians are those who live from working in agriculture. With only 2.2 million agrarians are less than 1% of the US population. These few feed our nation and much of the world. An even smaller percentage of those few…
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As part of our special podcast series brought to you by the School of Sustainable Food and Farming at Harper Adams University, this episode looks at some practical on-farm examples of improving biodiversity whilst building resilience into farm businesses. Oxfordshire arable farmer and consultant Ben Adams, McDonalds Progressive Young Farmer at Moy …
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If you looking for a fun new way to explore delicious cheese and beer, while also discovering its rich history, look no further than Cheese Passport to Green County. A mobile scavenger hunt with 35 stops that run all over Green County Wisconsin. Noreen Rueckert is Tourism Director for Green County Tourism and she elaborates on this "scavenger hunt"…
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Allison Jonjak is the outreach cranberry specialist with the Division of Extension. She says growers have had to stay on top of nutrient application and water levels in their marshes with all the rain we've been getting. Luckily, she has a favorable outlook on this year's crop. This is despite pollinator woes. Jonjak explains that cranberries rely …
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Seth Olson, conservation agronomist at Alsum Farms, oversees 2,700 acres in Arena and roughly 1,000 acres in Grand Marsh. Right now, he’s scouting the field for the Colorado Potato Beetle and potato blight. He also manages sustainability initiatives on the farm to prevent erosion with all the rainfall we’ve been getting and to meet the standards of…
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Agriculture isn't just about growing food; it touches everything we eat, wear, and use. From the food on our tables to the clothes we wear and even the fuel in our cars, agriculture plays a crucial role. And this year’s Wisconsin Science Festival, scheduled for October 14-20, will showcase this connection. Francesa Long, the Operations Manager for …
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Farmers frozen out of this year’s €50/head Beef Welfare Scheme, positive moves by the agriculture industry to see emissions from the sector fall by 4.5% as well issues around succession and why farming may not be appealing to younger people are among the topics discussed on this week’s podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inform…
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In this episode the Farmers Guardian news and business team give their analysis of what farming can expect from the new Labour Government and the priorities of the new Defra Secretary Steve Reed and his Farming Minister Daniel Zeichner. The team reflects on Labour’s manifesto and the calls from the industry for more clarity on farming policies, bud…
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On this episode, University of Illinois agronomist Nick Seiter returns to go deeper on the issue of corn rootworm. Also, Agrigold agronomist Nick Frederking provides some tips for scouting for tar spot in corn plants. Also this week, we discuss the latest farm bill developments, new Federal Milk Marketing Orders, and a May decline in U.S. milk prod…
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A state task force considered using the courts to take land away from farms for stream buffers in draft recommendations for riparian restoration.Kara Rowe, policy director for the Western Washington Agricultural Association, joins Dillon to talk about the problematic proposal, as well as a visit the task force made to a Skagit farm that would be de…
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On this bonus episode, experts Bethany Grabow, DEKALB Technical Product Lead with Bayer and Sammie Brantner, Technical Agronomist with Bayer, share their concerns about the challenges with corn rootworm and tar spot. If the guests sparked your interest, check out Bethany and Sammie's episode on why grow shorter corn. Become a partner of USFRA: usfa…
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Melissa Sanchez is a reporter with ProPublica, an independent, nonprofit news organization, that's been focusing on the challenges immigrant labor is having on Wisconsin dairy operations, and what resources are needed. She brings their findings to the farm show with Pam Jahnke. North and South Carolina are both struggling with drought conditions wh…
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On this week’s tillage podcast we’re focusing on varieties. We chatted to the Department’s Séamus Kearney at the Irish Seed Trade Open Day held at the Department of Agriculture’s Farm in Ballyderowan, Co Cork. Séamus talks all things winter and spring barley. We also caught up with Dirk Hamke of Beun Seed. Breun are responsible for varieties like t…
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On this Progressive Dairy Podcast, Matt Kauffman, Great Lakes Regional Sales Manager at Papillon Agricultural Company, chats with Clayton Stoffel, Technical Services Manager at Papillon, about getting the most from amino acid blends. They examine the importance of quality control, ration diversity and targeting amino acids, plus how all of this imp…
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For this week’s Grass10 grazing management update, Joseph Dunphy discusses PastureBase data, Dry Matter % and Predicted grass growth, rainfall & soil temperatures for the week. Joseph also discusses managing grass quality during July and he has a grazing update from Jack Spillane, farm manager in Ballyvadin Research Farm, Co. Tipperary. Link to thi…
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Jeff Decker shares the story of his family farm in Ozaukee County. They are the oldest farm to be recognized this year at the WI State Fair and have been in the same family for 177 years. The original farm house was built in 1847 and is still on the property today where Jeff lives. He noted that with a railroad track running through the property, t…
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In this episode of the limited podcast series, Senior Agriland journalist Aisling O'Brien and Kerry based solicitor Deirdre Flynn examine the issues of rights of way on farmland and Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO). Deirdre discusses these aspects of property law, which can be a very contentious and emotive, particularly when it comes to farms. She …
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In this week's North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak dives deep into the world of flue-cured tobacco production with a true expert in the field, Dr. J Michael Moore, of the University of Georgia Tobacco Team. J Michael has dedicated his career to developing and implementing educational programs that guide farmers in producing high-quality tob…
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Extension Small Grains Specialist Shawn Conley says the harvest window has opened for some Wisconsin winter wheat farmers. He advises growers: "don't dawdle" during dry stretches. We're about 10 days ahead of schedule, allowing farmers to plant soybeans (double-crop beans now eligible for crop insurance.) Conley expects below-average yields, averag…
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Barry Caslin, Teagasc Energy & Rural Development Specialist, is on this week’s Beef Edge podcast to discuss energy and farm diversification options and the areas for farmers to consider. It is a very big area including: Anaerobic Digestion, Energy, Solar, Electricity, Biomass, Community Energy, Business Diversification, Food Business Start Ups, Agr…
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Welcome to Episode 80 of Talking Dairy. Winter can be challenging on dairy farms, and knowing what cows need during these cold, wet months is crucial for their health and productivity. In this episode, we are excited to have Dawn Dalley, a Senior Scientist at DairyNZ, sharing her wealth of experience and insights gained from over 15 years of resear…
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Kevin Waring of Persistence Creek Farm in Maryland on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay, is a third-generation farmer with a unique story. While his full-time career lies with the Navy and a seafood business, his passion for farming stems from childhood roots in tobacco farming. In 2009, Kevin purchased a 250-acre farm, where he produces crop…
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Abby Schopen is the Events Manger of the Jefferson County Fair and she sat down with us in studio to highlight some exciting new features with the Jefferson County Fair. Those things include a new event called "Heart Of The Park" and a rodeo for entertainment. Kassidy Hege is the Fair Coordinator and explains her ties to the fair since she was a cl…
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If you think back to international headlines this spring, you might remember seeing French farmers riding their tractors, not in the field, but in the streets of Paris. They were protesting the European Union's environmental regulations. France is the No. 1 agricultural producer in the EU. French Embassy Agricultural Counselor Christian Ligeard say…
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As part of our special podcast series brought to you by the School of Sustainable Food and Farming at Harper Adams University, this episode looks at how healthy soils underpin resilient and sustainable farming systems. Arable agronomist and farm consultant with Ceres Rural, Louise Penn, beef and sheep farmer and AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds representati…
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A June 23rd tornado was a direct hit at MacFarlane Pheasant in Janesville. Bill MacFarlane, owner, updates Pam Jahnke on the reconstruction process and the unique challenges faced trying to confine wild birds in an emergency. Comedian Vanessa Bayer spent a little time on a New York dairy farmer learning first hand how milk gets from the cow to the …
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We’re recognizing Wisconsin farm and homesteads that have been in the same family for more than 100 or 150 years. Today we head to Juneau County, just south of Mauston, to visit with Lee Schnell, the fourth generation on his family’s Sesquicentennial Farm. Lee reflects on a time of living that looks very different from today -- he grew up without c…
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On this episode of the GPS DairyCAST, GPS consultants Paul Dyk, MSc, PAS, Andre Pereira, PhD, BVetMed and Nathan Pokowski, PAS sit down and have a roundtable discussion about the GPS FeedFIT® Assessment, a way to serve dairy producers and capture extra value on their farms. Learn more about GPS: https://www.gpsdairy.com…
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It's crazy to think about what our ancestors did to make ends meet during troubling times when there wasn't technology like phones or cars. These are stories that have been passed down through Wisconsin's farming families. We're bringing you another story from this year’s Century and Sesquicentennial Farm honorees. These families will get an award …
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Wisconsin is still on guard for avian influenza in both birds and dairy cattle. Bob Bosold visits with WI State Veterinarian, Dr. Darlene Konkle, about how the protocols are working now that fair season is rolling around. Some students are starting to pack up for their return, or beginning, or the campus experience. Aubrey Schlimgen talks to Chelse…
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Wisconsin producer-led watershed groups are made up of farmers that are testing out new ideas to preserve the land and water for generations to come. But it doesn't stop there. Stephanie Hoff visits with a watershed groups who has extended an invitation to the nonfarm community for collaboration. Heather Gayton joins us in-studio representing the F…
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Wisconsin is hosting the National Brown Swiss Convention for the first time in more than a decade. Josh Hushin is the assistant chair of the National Brown Swiss Convention and past president of the Wisconsin Brown Swiss Association. He explains some of the show highlights to Stephanie Hoff. Madison is the host location for the National Junior Angu…
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From improving soil properties to being a powerhouse ingredient in feed rations, alfalfa has a lot to offer dairy producers. Emily Meccage, Ph.D., senior manager of research and development with Forage Genetics International, joins the discussion to share about the many opportunities for dairy farmers to capitalize on growing, harvesting and feedin…
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Visiting with families that have farmed the same land for several generations is like taking a step into our state’s history. Jonathan Schaaf in Iowa County is the fourth generation on his family’s Sesquicentennial Farm. He says his great-grandfather bought the land with the intention to mine it. He says lead mines were common in Southwest Wisconsi…
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As the youngest ever president of the Agriculture Science Association, Niamh has had a busy year organising various events and information evenings.She gives us an exclusive on this year's conference taking place on the 5 September in the Lyrath Estate, Co Kilkenny. Starting in a graduate role in Glanbia, Niamh is now the livestock identification a…
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