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Best Ethanol podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Ethanol podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Milling, Mashing, Fermenting, Distilling, Maturation, Proofing & Bottling… is just the start of the story.We dive into some pretty technical topics on distillation each episode. While we can’t promise there will be no math… we will get to the processes and science behind craft distilling. We also talk with an industry professional about their thoughts and approach to each episode’s topic. That is — the distillers, brewers, warehouse men, engineers, and architects that get it done – day in an ...
 
e2 is an ongoing PBS documentary series that chronicles efforts to solve the world's most pressing ecological challenges. From energy consumption to design efficiency, policy to industry, the series documents the innovators whose work is reducing humans' impact on the environment. Interviews with experts, policymakers and pioneers across a variety of disciplines offer a firsthand account of the complex environmental challenges that we face, as well as the possibility that pragmatic solutions ...
 
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 – from soybeans, corn and cotton to sugar and ethanol, beef, fertilizers and orange juice.
 
Oh, you want to know how to taxidermy a caterpillar? Same. Desperate to know about Bruce Springsteen’s archive? Sure. Need to know what a World Cultures Curator orders at a takeaway? Probably not, but you’re going to find out anyway.This is Museums n’That, a podcast by Leeds Museums & Galleries. Museums attract passionate people like moths to a flame and this podcast gets to the very heart of the things that make them tick, by asking the questions you actually want to know.In this first seri ...
 
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Lack of ethanol demand bullish to feed prices Wet mill operating rates limit co-product production Closure of slaughterhouses may force farmers to liquidate herds How many Grateful Dead concerts has Craig attended? Send us your best guess at inquiry@mckeany-flavell.com. Winner gets a McKeany-Flavell visor! Host: Michael Caughlan, President & CEOExp…
 
Nearly half the nation’s ethanol facilities are closed at the moment. No, it’s not directly due to coronavirus, it’s due to the oil glut created by Saudi Arabia and what that’s done to ethanol prices. These closures, like every action, have a reaction. For the Business of Agriculture, the ripple effect is oftentimes misunderstood by the non farming…
 
On my cross country drive back to the farm last week I heard multiple references on the radio to Ag people “Telling Their Story.” We’ve been encouraged for several years now as Ag people to “tell our story.” And we should. However, there are a couple issues when it comes to us telling our story. In this episode we discuss how to make our story rele…
 
Consumer trends and eating habits will be varied post COVID-19 How this ultimately affects those making industrial food products Education is the key Commercial market intelligence helps establish timing for negotiations Congrats to all the 2020 Grads! Host: Michael Caughlan, President & CEOExpert: Craig Ruffolo, Vice President – Commodity Speciali…
 
Karlanea Brown intended to be a fashion designer. That’s what she studied in college and had dreamed of doing since age 12. Then she married a hog farmer and everything changed. Karlanea worked off the farm for years then joined the farm enterprise after her husband, Darryl’s, father passed away. The Browns had already departed the hog business and…
 
This week's program provides a wrap-up of the Alltech ONE Virtual Experience. This virtual experience took place throughout the week with daily keynote speakers and focus sessions and more. All of this was available on-demand and still is. In fact, you can still register and new content will be made available each month until the 2021 event. In the…
 
On this episode of the Fueling the Future podcast, I spoke with Ken Dragoon, executive director of the Renewable Hydrogen Alliance (RENEWH2) about the promise and future of renewable hydrogen. Following are a few excerpts from our discussion, which you can download or listen to at the link below or listen to in ITunes. On the Mission of the Renewab…
 
Agriculture IS a business. That’s a point I make in my book, Food Fear, and a point I make repeatedly in discussions with consumers and in presentations to Ag industry folks. Ag is a business. Which means production Agriculture is supposed to be profitable and should be run like a business. Mary Jo Irmen, author of Farming Without the Bank joins me…
 
Hello and welcome to the ZimmCast. This week I’m sharing a conversation with Erika Osmundson, Director of Marketing and Communications, AgCareers.com. Erika and I talk about how the pandemic situation has affected job seekers and ag companies looking for employees. I really appreciate her time and outlook for people who would like to work in the ag…
 
Corn Ending stocks for 2020/21 projected at 3.318 billion bushels Soybeans Soybean oil usage for biodiesel reduced again for 2019/20 Sugar 2019/20 imports down 149,000 tons on lower Mexican production Ending stocks lowered 161,000 tons 2019/20 stocks-to-use falls to 10.4% Host: Michael Caughlan, President & CEOExpert: Nicole Thomas, Vice President …
 
Lyle Benjamin farmed for 17 years with his business partner wife in Montana’s Golden Triangle region. He’s from there. He returned there after stints away from the farm so he could be a farmer. This winter — on the heels of several bad years — he made the decision to quit farming. Lyle joins me to discuss the difficult decision when the emotional a…
 
Hello and welcome to the ZimmCast. This week’s program is part two of a series featuring conversations with the leadership of agricultural media and marketing associations. This week I’m sharing conversations with Samantha Kilgore, AAEA, The Agricultural Communicators Network, Lindsay Graber Runft, Livestock Publications Council and Kristy Mach/Joh…
 
This week's program is part one of at least two that feature conversations with the leadership of agricultural media and marketing associations. This week I'm sharing conversations with the National Agri-Marketing Association and Jenny Pickett, the National Association of Farm Broadcasting and Tom Brand and the International Federation of Agricultu…
 
With the world economy now in turmoil due to coronavirus, changes are coming fast to the global marketplace. Will the U.S. and China experience a "de-coupling?” Todd Thurman of Swinetex Consulting Services joins me to discuss the realities and complexities of US - China relations. Todd’s business took him to China for 130 days last year. He provide…
 
Update on sugar beet plantings Mexican sugar update McKeany-Flavell asks the tough questions: Has the world sugar market been impacted by Zombies? Do you believe in Bigfoot? Email us your opinion at inquire@mckeany-flavell.com! Host: Michael Caughlan, President & CEOExpert: Kevin Combs, Vice President – Sweeteners Specialist…
 
In this week's program we're going to learn about Calyxt, a plant science company, doing some very interesting work with new technology. I spoke with Calyxt CEO, Jim Blome, about the work they are doing. He focuses on the future of food and how the types of technology being developed at the company is creating new products to give farmers more opti…
 
Meat plants are being shut down due to concern over employee coronavirus infections. At first, the average consumer might see this as a good thing, but what’s the effect at the grocery store? Potentially very bad. Rob Brenneman and his wife Char are the founders of Brenneman Pork, a large Iowa hog farming operation. Mr. Brenneman joins me to explai…
 
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