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Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

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Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
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Sheep Farm make docufilms & podcasts using mainstream information that contradicts the conventional narrative. We are non-political & non-religious, and we hold no bias apart from freedom of speech, & freedom of thought. We are not looking for fame. Thank you if you have subscribed and commented, please go to www.sheepfarm.co.uk for more information and to see the full shows.
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Grab your beverage of choice and hang out with Whitney and Kylie, your farm wife besties, on their bi-weekly podcast where they chat about midwest farm life, motherhood, rural living, plus so much more.
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What is it to be Clouted? DJ Pitch and Madjestic Kasual pursue the principle question of our time, accompanied by the most goated culture heads, media & entertainment professionals, and artiste/creatives in world.
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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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Farm Small Farm Smart Daily

The Modern Grower Podcast Network

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Daily farm and garden talk. All about growing vegetables profitably and efficiently on small farms and in gardens. Each episode focuses on one specific topic - growing practices, how-to, farming challenges and struggles, sales and marketing, soil preparation, weed management, farm startup, market selection, and work-life balance. Hosted and produced by Diego Footer's Modern Grower Podcast Network.
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Farm Gate

ffinlo Costain

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The regenerative agriculture podcast, in search of practical solutions for ecological security. Produced by 8.9ha: https://www.8point9.com With financial support from Our Sankalpa Farming news, Regenerative farming, agroecology, land use, natural capital, land news
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Farm. Food. Facts. And everything in between. A podcast featuring the leading minds in the future of sustainable food systems. Brought to you by the US Farmers and Ranchers In Action.
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Welcome to ‘Let’s Talk Farm to Fork’, the PostHarvest Podcast that interviews people of interest within the Fresh Produce sector. We’ll deep dive into their role and find out how they’re helping reduce the amount of food lost or wasted along the Farm to Fork journey.
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Barn Talk

This'll Do Farm

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Barn Talk is a weekly podcast, hosted by father-son duo Sawyer & Tork Whisler. We exist to share content that educates, inspires, and makes viewers laugh out loud. From the Ag business world to investing, current events, entrepreneurship and much, much more, our vision is to promote agriculture in a positive light, while relating with everyday Americans in discussing kitchen table topics.
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Chef John Malik is Greenville’s first chef with a James Beard nomination. He loves a funky diner just as much as a white tablecloth brasserie and he'll introduce you to your favorite chefs, coffee roasters, food writers, farmers, craft brewers, restaurant owners, cocktail crafters, butchers, and wine geeks. Broadcast from John & Amy's hobby farm in Piedmont, SC, they'll share insight into the growing season, raising chickens, and keeping honey bees.
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Profitable Farmer

Farm Owners Academy

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This show is all about increasing the profitability of your farm so you work smarter and not harder. Your host, Jeremy Hutchings (CEO of Farm Owners Academy), reveals the best farming business tips for more leverage in your farm business.
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Grow Farms Toolbox

Grow Farm Solutions

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Join the Grow Farm Solutions team as we share stories of challenges we have overcome and lessons learned in our ongoing journey to become a leader in the agriculture industry. Welcome to the Grow Farm's Toolbox!
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Farm Small Farm Smart

The Modern Grower Podcast Network

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Insights for vegetable farmers and market gardeners who earn, or want to earn, a living growing vegetables profitably. In each episode, I talk with a beginning or experienced farmer, diving deep into their story to find out what makes their market farm successful. I focus on in-the-field farming. Soil preparation, weed management, post-harvest processing, appropriate technology, farm tools and equipment, and growing crops. Hosted and produced by Diego Footer's Modern Grower Podcast Network.
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Around The Farm

Climate FieldView

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Around The Farm. The farming podcast that talks about all things ag. Industry experts share their first-hand knowledge about the seasonal topics that are on your mind - and have some fun along the way. Brought to you by Climate FieldView™
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Want to eat better for the planet? Join Jane Z. on a journey to the kitchens, farms, and labs that are cooking up tasty options for the future. Learn from farmers, chefs, and food brands on how to shop smarter, grow your own food, and eat more in tune with the land you live on. Subscribe for new episodes every Tuesday.
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Go in-depth into the topics that affect farmers and ranchers. Hear from industry leaders and experts on topics ranging from agronomy, technology, rural lifestyle, ag policy, farm machinery, and more. Listen in at Agriculture.com/podcast and Agriculture.com/radio.
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On the air for more than three decades, “U.S. Farm Report” remains the longest-running syndicated program focusing on agriculture, rural issues and the country lifestyle. Hosted by multimedia agricultural journalist with Missouri roots Tyne Morgan, a new edition of the program airs each weekend coast-to-coast. Along with perspective from John Phipps, “U.S. Farm Report” includes weekly contributions from Meteorologist Mike Hoffman, and a stable of the nation’s leading market analysts.
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Global shortages are causing farm input costs to skyrocket. A Better Way To Farm shows you how to take control of inputs and maximize profit so you can farm the way you want. Visit https://abetterwaytofarm.com to use the free Farm Profit Score calculator.
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Talk Farm to Me brings you closer to the power of your choices, one farmer at a time. It's time to understand what's at the nexus of your health, the environment, building vibrant communities and a strong economy. You will find it here, one bite at a time. Tune in. Subscribe. Write a review.
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Today's Ag

Halderman Real Estate & Farm Management

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This monthly podcast takes a look at everything and anything related to the world of Ag. Host Robert McNamara interviews a variety of guests on topics ranging from farm management to the current market trends in farm real estate.
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Imagine you're putting together your own engine. You've gone through the process of picking out the best products and start putting them together to build or rebuild your farm truck or tractor. But then you notice that something is off. Now you have to disassemble the engine and start from scratch. Sound familiar? Baril Engine Rebuilding can help s…
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Hello and welcome to Farm to Fable, a Smallville re-watch fancast. Here is our review/discussion of s7 ep 4 Cure. This episode was originally aired on October 18th, 2007. It was written by Alfredo Septien and Turi Meyer and was Directed by Rick Rosenthal Episode summary: Chloe learns that Dr. Curtis Knox has been treating meteor-infected people and…
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In this episode, Local Line CEO Cole Jones talks us through setting up a farm store on Local Line. Make farming easier with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Farm Efficiency Tools and Equipment at Modern Grower. Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpotco Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farmi…
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On today’s episode of Talk Farm To Me, we hear from first generation farmer Kelley Babbin, owner and operator of Howling Flats Farms in Canaan, Connecticut. Kelley has made it her mission to create an environment of sustainable agriculture, while nurturing the land she grows on. Using sustainable practices to give her animals the utmost love and ca…
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Our guest today has a passion for farming, a path to farming full-time and a job that he likes that might keep him from doing just that! Chris Benton and his wife Leann are the owners and founders of C&L Farms Grows. They have an 8 acre farm about 45 minutes outside of Atlanta, Georgia and they are focused on growing microgreens. Chris told me that…
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In my last episode introduction I asked - who here has felt real financial duress and overwhelming stress or hardship in this game called farming? In this episode, I explore this theme further with an in-depth interview with Sarah Crossthwaite. Sarah lives and works with her husband and family on a dairy farm in Northeast Victoria. She has an impre…
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Local agriculture has become an extraction economy and to change there will have to be change in who has power. Food system power is largely in the hands of ‘Barons’ according to Austin Frerick, the author of “Barons – Money, Power, and The Corruption Of America’s Food Industry.” The case is made by examining powerful barons in grain, grocery, dair…
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The UK Government's Farming Recovery Fund had opened to help farmers badly hit by Storm Henck back in January to pay for repairs to their land. The fund provides those who are eligible with up to £25,000 but some flood-hit farmers say they won't get as much as they'd hoped, because the pay outs only apply to fields within 150m of specific rivers. T…
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Andy Harris and Matt Chrietzberg dive into the Braves minor leagues. Minor league play has started and Matt and Andy break down the full-season rosters of all four of Atlanta’s farm teams. Tornado-strength winds couldn’t stop this podcast… but it definitely delayed it for a little while. Intro by Dylan Short. Intro music Can’t Get There From Here, …
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Amie Brunkow owns Alta Vista Meat Company in Alta Vista, Kansas. She joins the Inside Ag podcast to share her passion for business and meat sciences. Amie gives a glimpse into her life as a business owner, discloses the unique features she provides local ranchers and showcases the many benefits of a traditional meat locker. Find Alta Vista Meat Com…
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On this week’s hemp podcast, Lancaster Farming talks to Steve Groff from Cedar Meadow Farm in Holtwood, Lancaster County, where he is getting ready to plant 70 acres of industrial hemp. “This year it’s all fiber. And we’ll probably plant about 10 varieties,” Groff said. Of those 10, about a third will be what he calls his “core varieties“ that have…
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Along with our regular monthly updates on policy briefs, arable, beef, sheep and milk, In this edition we are also bringing you sector overviews on straw & muck and Scottish sheep meat. We will also be bringing you news on why you should invest in your vet and future proofing your retirement. Show Notes 00.45:- News in Brief 02.43:- Policy Briefs -…
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As the state sues all Whatcom water users this year, requiring each user to prove their water rights in court, thousands of local residents will have to fill out court claim forms to begin their defense.Water rights attorney Bill Clarke joins Dillon with details on how crucial these court filings will be, and why the farming community has deep conc…
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Are you holding your breath when you write a text message or email? "email apnea", snoring, anxiety and ADHD are all related to how we breathe. The purpose of this episode is to bring more awareness to the thing we do all day long, we breathe, and most of us, do so incorrectly without even knowing. Book reference: James Nester "Breath"…
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Phil Carson (Nature Friendly Farming Network) and ffinlo Costain (8point9.com) discuss the week’s land use news - including:Government must deliver promised flood support, says CLA “Slurry pollution as damaging as sewage” NFFN unveils UK general election manifesto Farmers demand Universal Basic Income Research finds ten times more pests in insectic…
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Episode 241 Highlights ✨ 01:39 On Improving Farming Strategies for Sustainability … 02:57 Yields and Challenges in Crop Growth << 03:58 Being a part of A Better Way to Farm team < 05:30 The 1st step Greg did after ß 07:27 And so here are his results << 08:53 Improving Soil Management Practices 10:47 Discovering the Roadmap! 12:19 Better Way to Farm…
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Welcome to Barn Talk! In this episode, IowANFarmer joins us for a second time to discuss farming life and industry challenges, family values and generational differences. We explore the complexities of agricultural business, including land ownership, market dynamics, and the impact of global events like the Russian-Ukraine war on local farming. We …
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Which Lincolnshire farmer will we be cheering on at next week's Manchester Marathon and why? BYDV, Septoria and Sclerotinia - all on the way, but what can you do about it? That and more timely agronomy advice. Why thousands of families will be at Lincolnshire Showground next Sunday? Plus the week's farming news and weather, crop, livestock and grai…
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Thanks for listening! If you like this podcast, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell other folks about it. If you'd like to suggest a guest for the podcast, drop us a line at massachusettsfarmtotable@gmail.com Join our Facebook group to connect with farmers, markets, chefs, and food producers as well as other folks in your area who care about…
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Total Runtime:02:41.41 The great reveal is very revealing to say the least. So many seemingly random events are happening, but curiously all these events have links back to secret groups, events like the Baltimore Bridge Container Ship crash. For those with eyes to see, and a bit of common sense The Matrix is uncloaking, the lies are becoming obvio…
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In this episode, Diego talks to farmer Alec Smith about the budgeting aspect of building out a farm business. They go over time management when it comes to administrative tasks, budgeting for equipment and infrastructure, as well as the challenges of spending and investing wisely while operating within a limited budget. Get time and labor-saving fa…
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Ron Hays talks with OSU’s Mark Johnson about last year’s Cattlemen’s Congress and previews the 2024 Version Cattlemen’s Conference is a type conference based around building and crafting the right kind of cattle. 35 years ago, cattle industry leaders came together and held the Blue Print for the Right Kind of Cattle Conference, focused on building …
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In this episode, Julie and Tom dig into 2024 weather patterns, looking back at the el niño that occurred in the last six months and the upcoming la niña. They meet with Zach Hansen, Climate Weather Science Team Manager, who discusses where to plant ahead of these future weather patterns and tools that can help you forecast. Brad Coleman, former Pre…
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Today’s episode comes to you from Charlotte Vermont, where we visit with Adam Hausmann and Jessica Sanford of Adams Berry Farm. Our visit today will be split into two episodes, the first one, is a walking tour of his blueberry fields, and strawberry patches, and raspberry plantings. We step inside the high tunnels to look at the fruit in there, as …
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In this episode, Successful Farming editor Courtney Dinterman visits with Nick Tinsley, a seed treatment technical field representative for BASF, about smart management decisions that can ward off early-season diseases and maximize farmers’ profit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Chidozie Ojobor is a scientist-entrepreneur and is the cofounder and Chief Science Officer at Vitract, a microbiome company providing comprehensive and accessible gut testing to clinicians to improve the gut health of their clients/patients. Chidozie started his academic career in virus research, where he studied rotaviruses that cause gastroenteri…
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On July 1st, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control will cease to exist. Which departments will pick up their responsibilities and who will take over restaurant inspections? That's why I've asked Derek underwood to join me. He's a Clemson grad, a huge fan of our state's fresh fruits and vegetables, and as the assistant co…
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Two experts in the agricultural value chain, Carla Schultz, owner of Eight Plates Farm in Michigan and a United Soybean Board farmer-leader and Mark Messina, director of nutrition science and research at Soy Nutrition Institute, share the nutritional value and benefits of soy. Carla shares about a recent study by the United Soybean Board found that…
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How likely are you to get an inspection, what to expect and what are the top issues found during inspection? Department of Agriculture District Inspector in the Integrated Controls Divisions, Raymond O’Neill joins us to discuss conditionality. For more episodes and information from the Environment Edge, visit the show page at: https://www.teagasc.i…
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Jerry and Sharon Devers have been ranching in the Chama area for decades. Pillars in the community and a wealth of experiences in agriculture, the Devers share a few of their stories of running yearlings with a cook wagon, the near-misses and horse wrecks, and the rodeo days of their youth.By Chama Peak Land Alliance
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We did it. We solved music. All it took was a conversation with Otis, proprietor and supreme bo$$lord of Brussels-based, border-agnostic label Slagwerk. The guy with the golden feed. Personally responsible for blessing us with music by ssaliva, d’Eon, Kurama, 0comeups, Buga, bambinodj, Chickenmilk dot com, Dasychira, rogergoon, Color Plus, Yawning …
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Boe Clausen is a second-generation farmer in Eastern Washington. His parents immigrated from Denmark and established Stokrose Farm in 1981. Initially focused on vegetable seed production, the farm diversified into alfalfa, hay, corn, wheat, and cattle. Boe now manages Stokrose Farm alongside his siblings. Boe's shift towards foliar applications, re…
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Sagan Gray (they/them) is a co-owner of Bramblenook Farm, a small vegetable production farm located in Scituate, Rhode Island on the unceded lands of the Narragansett, Pokanoket, and Wampanoag people. Their farm business has been in operation since 2019, and started fresh on collectively purchased land in 2022. In this episode, they share an honest…
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