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Best Farm Journal podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Farm Journal podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Pro Farmer Washington Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer separates the news from the noise in Washington, distilling the week's news in agriculture down to the developments that will impact your farm and your community. Wiesemeyer, along with host and Farm Journal News Director John Herath, hits the highlights of the week before turning to interview the key ag leaders and lobbyists in D.C.
 
Welcome to the Machinery Pete Podcast hosted by Greg Peterson, known to the industry as Machinery Pete. For over 30 years, Greg has been a trusted source of knowledge in the farming equipment industry. Starting with a gut feeling, Greg set off to bring more and better data to the agriculture space. He’s been a voice you can trust, no matter where you’re listening or reading. In this podcast, Greg will be sharing stories and conversations from around the industry. The kinds of conversations t ...
 
A weekly commentary on some of the biggest issues facing agriculture and rural America. From the farm economy to new ag technology, to rural healthcare, rural living and raising good kids, Farm Sense takes a common sense approach to tackling real-life problems. Guests will join host Clinton Griffiths to discuss these poignant topics and offer a perspective on their expertise and life experiences.
 
We are a general farm and ranch organization that has roots of representing family farmers, ranchers and rural Oklahomans since 1905. Our focus extends beyond plows and cows as we address consumer issues and offer insurance coverage for all Oklahomans.
 
The landscape of agriculture continues to change. From policy challenges to the headwinds of production agriculture today, it’s powerful women in agriculture leading some of the charges to create change that matters to not only farmers and ranchers, but also hits the heart of rural America. Join U.S. Farm Report Host Tyne Morgan as she highlights some of the women making a difference in agriculture. Not only will she highlight the grit it takes to make the changes happen, but also help paint ...
 
If we're headed down a path that's leading us to environmental degradation, dehumanization, and disconnection from the things that matter most, simultaneously endangering our earth's clean water, clean air, and biodiversity, then we must ask boldly: What for? Illuminating our paths to ecological regeneration, intersectional sustainability, and true abundance and wellness for all, Green Dreamer with Kamea Chayne is a podcast and multimedia journal for those who are yearning to live with vital ...
 
Thorax, the official journal of the British Thoracic Society, publishes influential clinical and experimental research in respiratory medicine, paediatrics, immunology, pharmacology, pathology, and surgery. The focus is on work that advances scientific understanding and impacts clinical practice. http://thorax.bmj.com/ * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute fo ...
 
The Journal Star’s Steve Tarter will cover a wide range of subjects with interviews of a variety of central Illinois residents in upcoming podcasts. Tarter, who’s served as business editor since 2011, has written extensively about local business, financial and media issues in the Journal Star as well as dispensing a wide-ranging blog. Upcoming subjects are likely to include comic books, film noir, classical music and radio-TV.
 
Storied: San Francisco is an ongoing documentary about people and life in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Featuring audio and photography of some of the folks who make the city so special, the podcast delves into San Francisco’s history, what’s going on here now, and guesses as to where we’re headed. We invite you to get to know your neighbors, and, with us, try to put into words what makes this place unique.
 
Dad's Diary is taken from selected journal entries and blog posts written by a husband of one and father of four over the last 20 years. Full of humour and honesty, the show looks at fatherhood and how a family of six left inner city London for a small farm full of animals 12,000 miles away in New Zealand. New Zealand Pocket Radio is a grassroots podcast network located in Woodhill, New Zealand and with a focus on local programming, oral history and human-interest podcasts.
 
This is a collection of short (15 minute or less readings) works in English suitable for a coffee break at work or a short commuter ride. The theme for this collection is Nature in various genres -- fiction and non-fiction. Botany, geology, biology, astronomy; flowers, (meteor) showers, bugs, slugs, frogs, dogs, cats, bats -- you name it, as long as it's public domain and between 3 and 15 minutes long.(Summary by BellonaTimes)
 
A collaborative, daily horror storytelling series created by Craig Groshek and presented by Chilling Tales for Dark Nights. The ongoing series is hosted by Steve Taylor, with performances each and every day provided courtesy of a hand-picked team of talented narrators. The current line-up includes: Chilling Tales for Dark Nights, Dr. Creepen, Kristin Holland's Nocturnal Transmissions, ClancyPasta, Ronnie Dickison's The Dark Somnium, G.M. Danielson, and Otis Jiry.
 
Jenny Kane, who covers marijuana for the USA TODAY Network, examines America's shift toward legalizing marijuana by telling the stories of the people who are living it: pot farmers, rural sheriffs, a professional mountain biker, a Cordon Bleu cannabis chef. In each episode, Jenny talks to them about how their jobs, lives and dreams have changed as more of America is legalizing the country's most controversial herb. You don't have to be a stoner to listen. We're not. We're just interested in ...
 
A young carpenter falls in love with the village beauty. She, however, has set her sights on a dashing army captain who's the son of the wealthy local squire. Meanwhile, a beautiful and virtuous young woman preacher arrives in the village. What happens to these people and the strange twists and turns that their lives take are described in the rest of the book. Adam Bede was George Eliot's first published novel. Published in 1859, the book has remained a firm favorite with readers and academi ...
 
Life before, during and after the holocaust with Buchenwald survivor, Melvin Federbush.In hour 5 of this series, he reveals his harrowing experiences while in Nazi occupied Poland. Melvin Federbush was born in Deblin, Poland, July 1923. He attended Cheder and Yeshiva as well as high school. Within eight days of Hitler's invasion of Poland, his parents and nine year old twin sisters were killed during a bombing attack. Melvin was taken prisoner during the Nazi occupation and forced to live in ...
 
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What if wearing masks exposed us to other diseases? What if by locking down the country the war machine was shut down? Kevin McKernan is a brilliant mind that is capable of looking at the world through as many perspectives as a prism. Vance Crowe and Kevin McKernan talked about why cannabis smells so strongly, the consequence of mandatory masks and…
 
-In the intro to the show, Mariann tries to watch the show "Sweet Magnolia" but is disgusted by the anti-animal references, Jasmin discusses the connections between HBO's Westworld and animal agriculture, and we continue to anguish over the plight of animals during this pandemic. We also continue our Supporting Vegan Businesses program by shouting …
 
In this episode of HPJ Talk, Jenni and Kylene discuss the reopening of communities, rodeos, and other events, as well as the impact local events have on local communities. They also talk about stories from the May 25th edition of the High Plains Journal, such as efforts being made for feral hog removal, the Bipartisan Policy Center’s virtual Food S…
 
It’s virtual graduation season right now and this week I take a look at one rural town that began a program to pay for their students’ college education. Learn the impact the program has had on local businesses communities, population decline and more. Plus, learn how you could make this happen in your community.…
 
Machinery Pete has a fun conversation with rising star in the #AgTwitter world, Ontario farmer Andy Pasztor (@apasztor82 on Twitter), known as #AndyClean for the wonderfully obsessive way he cleans and shines farm equipment. [:41] - Social media talk and Machinery Pete’s start in it [5:00] - Starting a YouTube channel [11:20] - Spring Price Slasher…
 
Signup for the latest round of pandemic relief aid rolls out with few major problems. Meanwhile relations between the U.S. and China grow more tense as ag purchases were starting to rise. We cover all of this and more in this week's DC Signal to Noise podcast, including a look inside the news of how dairy producers stuck in the Dean Foods bankruptc…
 
First up this week, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel talks with host Sarah Crespi about a rare inflammatory response in children that has appeared in a number of COVID-19 hot spots.Next, Julian Dowdeswell, director of the Scott Polar Research Institute and professor of physical geography at the University of Cambridge, talks with producer Meaga…
 
In this behind-the-scenes (BTS) interview we join Angus of The Real Seed Company once again to discuss a recently published paper entitled “A Classification of Endangered High-THC Cannabis Domesticates and Their Wild Relatives” by John McPartland and Ernest Small. We discussed some of our basic thoughts about the paper, how the new taxonomy will in…
 
Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez dove head-first into a career in journalism in his hometown of San Francisco. In this podcast, the young veteran reporter takes us through the later days of his time in City College's journalism program. After a brief stint at SF State, Joe got hired to write for the SF Bay Guardian, and rode it out until that weekly folded…
 
Lonny Grafman is a professor of community-based design at Humboldt State University, the President of the Appropedia Foundation, director of the AWEsome Business Competition, and author of To Catch the Rain. In this podcast episode, Lonny sheds light on why it's so important for charity work to be community-centered and community-driven; how we can…
 
Dan Dokovic is a commercial real estate broker in Saint Louis. Considered by many to be a hell of an entrepreneur Dan speaks with Vance Crowe about when people will rent office space again, the down turn of retail space and how buildings of the future will be built. https://intelicacre.com/ https://www.bambooequity.com/team Find Vance Crowe at www.…
 
On this episode of the Animal Law Podcast, I speak with Alexis Andiman and Sylvia Lam about Cape Fear River Watch v. United States Environmental Protection Agency, a case currently pending in the Fourth Circuit, in which their clients challenge the EPA's guidelines for the amount of pollution that slaughterhouses are permitted to emit into waterway…
 
Covid-19 is being weaponised in a new propaganda war against Western democracy, according to Oxford University’s Philip Howard..His new book shows that misinformation extends far beyond a few bad actors - there's a global industry behind the world’s problem with junk news and political misinformationAlso, we hear about new legislation that human ri…
 
In Part 2 of The Moving Border, we visit Tapachula, Mexico in search of a young man whose life is in danger. And we find a new frontier where refugees trying to make it to the U.S. are increasingly stuck, thanks to an international effort to make Mexico a destination state for asylum. The Moving Border series was produced in partnership with the Pu…
 
Quick Dick McDick is a character played by 37 year old Saskatchewan farmer Dickson Delorme. During this interview we learn about Canadian politics over oil/gas, the Canadian gun ban, and how bridge the divide between rural and urban. Delorme is a guy trying to add humor to complex political and social change- and has become an international star kn…
 
Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez grew up in Cow Hollow, and he'd like you to know what that means. In this podcast, the prolific San Francisco journalist tells the story of how his parents met (it involves his mom and uncle hitchhiking from Los Angeles to San Francisco). He talks about the neighborhood where he grew up and all the misconceptions that surro…
 
An expedition ship departed on an Antarctic cruise mid-March 2020 with no known COVID passengers or crew members. However after 8 days the first passenger became febrile and isolation procedures were followed. A further 24 members of the ship developed symptoms (some as late as 23 days later) with 8 requiring medical evacuation. Of the 217 passenge…
 
Barbara Freese is an environmental attorney, former Minnesota assistant attorney general, and author of several books including her latest, Industrial-Strength Denial: Eight Stories of Corporations Defending the Indefensible, from the Slave Trade to Climate Change. In this podcast episode, Barbara sheds light on how we can connect the dots of vario…
 
New Australian research suggests trees may not be the carbon sponges we think they are. The findings compliment a larger international study that suggests the world’s major forests are saturated and will soon begin emitting, not absorbing carbon. Also, the Finish experiment where citizens are being given individual carbon allocations. It’s all abou…
 
Lance Corbett is a soft spoken, very nice, hardworking guy that has a vice grip and a level of intensity like nothing I have ever experienced before. We talk about how a national level high school wrestler could end up homeless for five years on the bank of the Mississippi river. Lance discusses how he keeps himself motivated, how he avoided the fa…
 
-Mariann examines the animal rights themes in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" and Jasmin tries to get a question about veganism answered by Tara Brach. We also continue our Supporting Vegan Businesses program by shouting out The Striped Cat Metalworks, All Y'alls Foods, and Bitchin' Sauce. -Jasmin interviews Merissa Underwood, who was named Miss Mon…
 
In this week's episode of HPJ Talk, Jenni and Kylene discuss how essential businesses are handling social distancing and sanitary practices, the glimmer of hope for wheat farmers may see in the post-COVID-19 market, and the talks of rodeos and other events being held as the economy reopens. Justin Gilpin, CEO of Kansas Wheat, shares his experience …
 
Research on a vaccine for the new coronavirus is progressing swiftly because of the legacy of scientists working on past diseases. Some of society's most devastating viruses ended up improving the way we study illness and search for cures. We explore the thread that connects research on polio and the new virus, SARS-CoV-2, and consider whether the …
 
As the coronavirus spread in New York City and reached its peak in April, some disturbing statistics were revealed: Black and Latino patients were disproportionately affected by the disease, and they were dying at twice the rate of other patients. Even after the peak of the outbreak in New York, intensive care units in hospitals across the city are…
 
Online News Editor David Grimm talks with producer Joel Goldberg about the unique challenges of reopening labs amid the coronavirus pandemic. Though the chance to resume research may instill a sense of hope, new policies around physical distancing and access to facilities threaten to derail studies—and even careers. Despite all the uncertainty, the…
 
In this podcast, District 9 Supervisor Hillary Ronen picks up where she left off in Part 1, talking about her work at La Raza Centro Legal in the Mission. She goes on a verbal tour of places in the Mission she hung out (hello, margaritas at Latin American Club!). She applied for and got a job as a legislative aide to then-D9 Supervisor David Campos…
 
My kid has a show steer but no where to show it! I’ve heard several people say that recently. Perhaps it’s a bit of an exaggeration, but many people are wondering if fairs, shows and festivals will be held. How is that impacting everyone from FFA and 4-H members who exhibit livestock, to those who make a living raising show stock? How will the indu…
 
In this behind-the-scenes (BTS) interview we sit down with Cannabis activist, entrepreneur and actor Andrew DeAngelo, best known for being the co-founder of Harborside Dispensary in California. In our conversation we dive into the psychology and sociology of the Cannabis culture, exploring the role stigma plays in a Cannabis user’s life, strategies…
 
I had a blast interviewing this rare military officer. Ahron Oddman is a combat veteran that flew a half-helicopter half jet plane, the V-22 Osprey a tool at one time thought of as a waste of time that later proved to be instrumental in saving the lives of wounded soldiers. Oddman spoke with Vance Crowe has upended the tech world in banking and is …
 
Brigit Strawbridge Howard is a bee advocate, speaker, wildlife gardener, and author of the new book, Dancing with Bees, a charming and eloquent account of rediscovering and reconnecting with the natural world. In this podcast episode, Brigit sheds light on all of the different and unique species of wild bees out there besides the honeybee; how we'v…
 
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