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Best FarmHer podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best FarmHer podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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This week's episode brings you Jenni and Kylene's thoughts on Joaquin Phoenix's Oscars speech about dairy farmers, as well as the following interviews from NCBA's CattleCon2020 in San Antonio, Texas: Jenni and Kylene interview Scott King of Boehringer Ingelheim and Will Johnson about the documentary Cattle First, highlighting producer's commitment …
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll hear from Caiti Pierce. Caiti is a first generation farmer who lives in Northern Wisconsin with her husband and kiddos where they raise grass fed grass finished beef and pastured eggs to sell direct to consumers. We also get into chatting about how and why Caiti started foraging. For full sho…
 
Jenni and Kylene interview Ryan Goodman, the Director of Grassroots Advocacy and Spokesperson Development for NCBA (National Cattlemen's Beef Association) at CattleCon20 in San Antonio, Texas. Listen in as Ryan shares his thoughts on beef advocacy efforts. All that and markets too! #RideWithUsBy High Plains Journal Editorial Staff: Jennifer M. Latzke and Kylene Scott
 
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll hear from a familiar farmer, Kelsey Jorissen Olesen. Kelsey was on the podcast previously talking all about her farm Green Willow Homestead. You can head back to Episode 7 of The Rural Woman Podcast to hear her farming story. Today we’re talking about something a little different that I think yo…
 
Jenni and Kylene are back in the studio this week, gearing up for a month's worth of travel in February for High Plains Journal. Plus, Jenni interviews Soil Health U speaker Trisha Jackson about her thoughts on how healthy soils contribute to clean water and air. She also shares details on what biochar is and how important it is to the environment.…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll hear from Amanada Griffey who is a 6th generation farmer, farm wife, boy mom and artist. She farms with her 3rd generation farmer husband, Thomas, on his family’s grain, hay, and beef cattle farm in East central Indiana. For show notes and links mentioned in the show, head on over to WildRos…
 
This week on Shining Bright we're hitting the road and heading to Austin, Texas and the American Farm Bureau Convention. We'll talk to a variety of women who are paving new roads in the organization and discuss why you should get involved and hear some good ways to get that done on Shining Bright by FarmHer, Saturday at noon and Sunday at 2pm Easte…
 
Jenni and Kylene are back fresh from High Plains Journal's Soil Health U in Salina. They share the speakers and topics that struck home with them and commentary from around the agriculture and food front this week. (They hear there's a sale on the Impossible Burger...) Plus, Jenni interviews Soil Health U speaker Adam Chappell (@CottonPlantKid) abo…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll get to meet my follow Albertan Kristin Graves from Fifth Gen Gardens. Kristin’s family farm started in 1918 when her great-great grandfather purchased the land to pasture his cattle on. 100 years later, she is the fifth generation to farm on the land, making her own way by growing vegetables …
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll hear from Nicole Masters who is an internationally-recognized agroecologist dedicated to helping land managers regenerate soil health. Her mission is to help producers create vibrant, profitable, healthy food productions from the soil up. Nicole recently released a new book titled “For the Lo…
 
Hi this is Marji Guyler-Alaniz. This week on on Shining Bright we’re talking pivoting, changing, adapting and doing it gracefully! We're talking in studio with FarmHer Jenny Quiner about our FarmHer story and the evolution of her farm business, ways that she has assessed the her operation and when she decided it was time for a change on Shining Bri…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll get to meet Kristen Primrose from Primrose Lane Farm where they raise highland cattle organic produce and have started their own flower farm. Kristen shares her story of why growing flowers is a way of connecting with her mother and how she shares that connection with others. It's a beautiful…
 
Kylene's on vacation with the kiddos, so Jenni is riding solo in the studio. Everyone is heading out the office door for the holiday—but before we go, we want to take this episode to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and share with you the reason for the season! Thanks for #RidingWithUs here all year long, and we'll see you in the New Year! #Ride…
 
This week on Shining Bright we’re moving on! We’ll talk to two women who have faced adversity and found their way through it, on the farm. From cattle in Missouri with Carey Portell to cattle in Iowa with Melissa Eshelman on Shining Bright by FarmHer, Thursday at 8pm Eastern and Saturday at noon Eastern on Rural Radio 147 and the Sirius XM app.…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll hear from first generation Rancher Brook Hickle from Enumclaw, Washington. Brook along with her husband and three boys own and operate Rocking Bar H ranch which is a Red Angus seed stock operation that you’ll learn all about in today’s episode. For show notes and links mentioned in this epis…
 
This week on Shining Bright we’re moving on! We’ll talk to two women who have faced adversity and found their way through it, on the farm. From cattle in Missouri with Carey Portell to cattle in Iowa with Melissa Eshelman on Shining Bright by FarmHer, Thursday at 8pm Eastern and Saturday at noon Eastern on Rural Radio 147 and the Sirius XM app.…
 
This week on Shining Bright we’re in the studio with one of our favorite FarmHers, Cristen Clark of Food and Swine! Join us as we talk about holiday traditions, and she shares some of her best holiday hacks, whether it’s baking or making it through with less stress and more enjoyment on Shining Bright by FarmHer, Saturday at noon and Sunday at 2pm …
 
It's a dirty job, but someone's gotta talk about soil health! Jenni and Kylene are back with an extended interview of Jessica Gnad, HPJ's Soil Health Content Consultant. We chat about her journey to soil health and a little about what we might expect at the upcoming Soil Health U Jan. 22 and 23, 2020, at the Tony's Pizza Events Center in Salina, Ka…
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll hear from Andrea Durham from Long Ear Rescue in South Carolina. The goal of Long Ear Rescue is to educate people on how amazing donkeys and mules are, how to properly care for an equine, and to assist donkeys and mules so they can live the life they deserve to live where they are treated wit…
 
Jenni and Kylene are back in the studio this week. We talk Christmas baking, tree preferences and the eternal question—lights or blow up lawn displays? Lacey Newlin has an interview with National Cotton Council's Craig Brown about the US Cotton Trust Protocol from our Cotton U. And Kylene chats with Kansas Livestock Association Past President Barb …
 
On this weeks episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet third generation turned first generation dairy farmer Katie Dotterer-Pyle. Not only is Katie a dairy farmer, but she is a part time Spanish teacher, entrepreneur and AGvocate. For show notes and links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com…
 
This week on Shining Bright we’re talking FarmHers and their journey into creating food! From farmher and author Kate Johnson who teaches others the art of cheese through her goat dairy to Teresa Smithmeyer who harvest salt from the sea in south carolina, these are some farmher journeys you’ll want to hear on Shining Bright by FarmHer, Saturday at …
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll hear from Andrea Elias. Andrea is the manager at a farrow to finish hog operation in Southern Manitoba. She has worked in the hog industry for the majority of her life and has a passion for her industry that you’ll hear in today’s interview. For full show notes and links mentioned in today's…
 
Hi this is Marji Guyler-Alaniz. This week on Shining Bright we’re taking it to Nashville and talking to musician Deannie Richardson, a fiddle playing powerhouse! We’ll talk about her musical journey from an early age to being on stage with some of the country music greats and now to her role in the award winning band Sister Sadie on Shining Bright …
 
This week on Shining Bright the FarmHer heads to the National FFA convention! We’ll share the journey, the friends that were made, and the stories of four awesome women that we met and what makes then shine bright. Stick with us to the end and hear the wrap up on mullets, yes MULLETS on Shining Bright by FarmHer, Saturday at noon and Sunday at 2pm …
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll hear from Courtney Williams. Courtney co-owns and operates Williams Cattle with her husband, Eric. Together they raise grass-fed-and-finished beef and free-range children on a farm east of Carstairs, Alberta. For full show notes and links mentioned in today's episode, head on over to WildRos…
 
This week on Shining Bright, we’re talking about mental health. Join in the conversation as we talk to Sara Coen a licensed mental health therapist from Iowa about what we can all do to help ourselves and others when it comes to being emotionally healthy. Join us Saturday at noon and Sunday at 1pm Eastern on Rural Radio 147 and the Sirius XM app.…
 
From slow and steady to fast and furious, every woman's entreprenuerial journey is different. Listen in on the how-to from two friends behind Ranch Wives Beer Co and then hear about the winding path to success and satisfaction on the farm with Tara of Plant Life Designs. Join us Saturday at noon and Sunday at 1pm Eastern on Rural Radio 147 and the …
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll hear from the co hosts of the Midwest Farm Wives podcast Kylie Epperson and Whitney Larson. We did an interview swap so make sure once you're done listening to this episode you head on over and listen to my interview on their podcast! For show notes and links mentioned in the show, head on ov…
 
Jenni and Kylene talk about what’s happening at the Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. About 350 water rights holders and concerned citizens gathered Oct. 21 over the course of two meetings in St. John, Kansas. They flooded the small town to hear the Kansas Department of Agriculture’s Division of Water Resources plan to address the impairment compla…
 
This week on Shining Bright it’s all about Entrepreneurs. I’m talking to two women who have built solid, sustainable and successful business in industries that have been traditionally male. From Megan McKay of PeaceTree Brewing to Christy Jones of R Jones collision, an autobody shop - here these inspiring women on Shining Bright by FarmHer, Saturda…
 
Jenni and Kylene talk about all the changes happening at High Plains Journal. After 25 years at the helm of editor and most recently publisher, Holly Martin is leaving to be the director of communications at the American Angus Association. The pair later chat with Holly and Dave Bergmeier, who will take over as editor. Plus the news headlines from …
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, we’ll be wrapping up our two part series of Inspiring and Encouraging Words from 25 Women in Agriculture. You will hear from the remaining 13 women from previous episodes of The Rural Woman Podcast. Thank you so much for the positive feedback I received from part one that came out last week. If you…
 
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