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Just Graze It

Robert & Kiesha Baker, Rick & Margarita Flores

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A podcast about jumping feet first into homesteading hosted by Rick & Margarita Flores and Robert & Kiesha Baker. Learn from our mistakes, laugh with us or at us, and hear the hard vs beauty that is living off your land.
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The Grazing Grass Podcast features insights and stories of regenerative farming, specifically emphasizing grass-based livestock management. Our mission is to foster a community where grass farmers can share knowledge and experiences with one another. We delve into their transition to these practices, explore the ins and outs of their operations, and then move into the "Over Grazing" segment, which addresses specific challenges and learning opportunities. The episode rounds off with the "Famo ...
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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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A Taste of the Past

Heritage Radio Network

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Culinary historian Linda Pelaccio takes a journey through the history of food. Take a dive into food cultures through history, from ancient Mesopotamia and imperial China to the grazing tables and deli counters of today. Tune in as Linda, along with a guest list of culinary chroniclers and enthusiasts, explores the lively links between food cultures of the present and past.
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From cover crops to regenerative grazing and organic production to marketing, ATTRA - Voices from the Field is your weekly sustainable agriculture podcast. Voices from the Field is produced by the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT). Since 1976, NCAT has provided relevant information, individualized technical assistance and in-depth resources to support sustainable agriculture and accessible energy solutions. Learn more at NCAT.ORG and ATTRA.NCAT.ORG.
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The ONLY podcast made by a cow. We talk about internet culture, politics, gender & how weird the world is. Be prepared to hear some spicy takes as we raise - ahem - I mean GRAZE hell.
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Curious Cat explores the shadowy space where science and the supernatural collide. Join us every week as we examine what it means to be a soul in a meat suit. The moments that prickle your skin, cause the hair to rise on the back of your neck: a kiss of chill air in a haunted space: a flash of déjà vu; a knowing when you step into a new place; a sense of connectedness to something bigger as the sun sets behind the mountains. These are the moments that cause us to wonder if there is more to t ...
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Tune-in along with our 6,000-8,000 listeners each month for the Wealth & Wisdom! The wisest among us will tell us that money and wealth are important, but alone they will not make you happy or your life a success. Success and happiness require wisdom and wisdom comes from cultivating a learning mind set, a strong drive to always do better and by surrounding yourself with people who can teach or inspire you. Ben Law spent over 20-years working with successful business owners and farming famil ...
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On this podcast, we interview farmers and ranchers who aren't afraid to think for themselves and do things a little bit differently. Because of this they have experienced more enjoyable and more profitable businesses.
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A podcast book club focusing on regenerative and grass related books. Each season features a new book with an introductory episode followed by weekly reading discussions. By reading 10 pages per day, we can increase our grazing knowledge!
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The Sustainable Forages Podcast is a series of informative and engaging conversations about sustainable forage production and management practices. Each episode features experts and innovators in the field discussing a range of topics, including soil health, grazing management, and the latest research on forage crops. Whether you’re a farmer, rancher, or just interested in sustainable agriculture, this podcast is a valuable resource for anyone looking to learn more about the importance of fo ...
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A show about farming regeneratively, wisely, and profitably, on pasture: The ins and outs of the craft of grassland management, farm business, marketing, animal husbandry, and the changing nature of agriculture and rural life.
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In each Rayner Reckons, I’ll share with you information on; the latest research for livestock production; tips on how to increase your profitability; advice on how to secure the health of your herd. I’ll have chats with industry leaders, share some great recipes and a laugh or two. I’ll also take you on the road and give you an insight into my week and the work I am doing to help producers across Australia.
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The Working Cows podcast gives you something to think about as you seek to maximize the effectiveness of your cattle operation and the joy your family receives from this lifestyle.
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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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Landscapes tells stories about how re-imagining land is a precursor to delivering the types of social and ecological change required to address the most pressing problems of our time.
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Dirt Rich

Sustainable Farming Association of Minnesota

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Seasonal conversations on food and farming. Produced by the Sustainable Farming Association of Minnesota. www.sfa-mn.org Follow SFA's work by signing up for our e-newsletter: https://sfamn.z2systems.com/np/clients/sfamn/subscribe.jsp?subscription=7&
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A weekly conversation podcast with three farmers in the heart of Appalachia. Featuring updates and hard lessons from each farm. Plus topics including rotational grazing of cattle, sheep, and pigs, pastured chickens and turkeys for meat and chickens for eggs, sustainable and regenerative practices, direct marketing and current events related to farming and our food system.
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OviCast is the Teagasc Sheep podcast. Presented by Ciaran Lynch it brings you the latest advice, insights and technical updates for the sheep industry. Visit the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/sheep/ovicast-sheep-podcast/
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How do I maximize my profitability? Improve my land the fastest? Create harmony in my land, livestock, life and wallet? Discover why hundreds of ranchers and farmers turn to Jaime Elizondo to maximize their profitability and to make sense of the regenerative ranching operations, implement the strategies that really get results and turn that farm/ranch into a profitable business that lasts.
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Chews Wisely

Chews Wisely

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Welcome to Chews Wisely with Caroline Nelson, where we deconstruct food & sustainability topics with nuance and primary sources. Conversations will range from conscientious omnivory, supply chains, and regenerative agriculture, to the latest food studies, "Big Ag," and more. At Chews Wisely, we’ll go beneath the headlines and hot takes. We believe that real climate solutions are nuanced, that facts are friendly, and that there are many right ways to eat and be sustainable. Keep the conversat ...
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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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Homesteaders of America

Homesteaders of America

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Welcome to the OFFICIAL Homesteaders of America podcast! A podcast all about homesteading, gardening, livestock, natural living, and the celebration of this beautiful homesteading lifestyle. We talk about current events, inspiration, the Homesteaders of America conference, the homestead life, and more! Enjoy interviews with some of the nation's top farmers and homesteaders, newbies and experienced homesteaders, and tips and tricks along the way.
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Taking Chances

Anupama Bhalla & Soela Joshi

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Life’s greatest lessons come when we shift our focus out of our comfort zone. We grow tremendously when we take the road less travelled, creating our own trail, and freeing ourselves from the “what ifs”! Our podcast is a candid conversation with creators, business leaders, entrepreneurs, sport heroes and celluloid icons who have dared to take chances, followed their dreams, risked it all, believed in themselves, made mistakes, started over and found success and happiness . This podcast is ou ...
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Weddings are nothing short of chaotic, and no one understands this better than The Chaos Coordinators. Join Patrick Kirby and Kyla Edwards for weekly discussions about upcoming wedding trends, interviews with local vendors, questions from listeners, stories from real weddings, and so much more! Whether you’re an invited guest, a hired vendor, or in the throes of planning your own wedding, The Chaos Coordinators is the perfect place for you to get an insider’s look at the wedding industry.
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Welcome to The Digging up Ag Podcast! This is a joint effort between University of Kentucky Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agents, Adam Huber, Adam Estes and Kevin Lyons in the Mammoth Cave Area of Kentucky representing Allen, Hart and Monroe counties. In this series, listeners will be educated on a number of topics in agriculture and natural resources. Join us for a fun educational and laid back podcast!
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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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Grow the future

Yara Agronomy Team

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All the latest crop nutrition information and advice from the Yara Agronomy team. Yara is the global leader in crop nutrition knowledge and the leading producer of quality fertiliser products.
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All things ovine, sheep farming and learning more about sheep and shepherding. Learn about breeding animals and being a sheep farmer. Want more content to help you sheep well? Subscribe now for subscriber only content! https://www.buzzsprout.com/954910/subscribe
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Dry Season Resources

Grower Group Alliance & The South-West WA Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub

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The Grower Group Alliance's South-West WA Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub is dedicated to sharing information that supports growers in preparing for and responding to dry seasons. In this podcast, hear from growers and industry experts on managing dry season responses, ranging from early planning to tactical decision-making as the season changes throughout the year and setting up for the following season. This podcast on Dry Season Resources is brought to you by the South-West ...
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Gateway Research Organization is an applied agricultural research association based out of Westlock, Alberta. We provide research, demonstrations and extension to agricultural producers. This publication serves as another way to bring you the information and stories that you have come to enjoy through our social media and YouTube channel.
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Bariatric Surgery Success

Dr. Susan Mitchell, registered dietitian nutritionist

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You've had bariatric surgery but let's not stop there. Your success depends on the right nutrition as part of your journey and transformation. You can conquer weight regain, cravings and emotional eating and learn to deal with all the other issues that come up. Here's how. Join me and listen to the Bariatric Surgery Success podcast. I'm registered dietitian nutritionist Dr. Susan Mitchell and I know what to do and will share the nutrition information you need for your successful transformation.
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From the rolling hills of southeast Nebraska, Doug Ferguson, also known as Mr. Cattlemaster, joins us to discuss the transformative strategies that turned his cattle passion into a seven-figure stocker operation. Doug's narrative isn't just a tale of success; it's a playbook for resilience and innovation in the face of societal pressure and market …
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In the last podcast, I talked about what it takes to double your stocking rate again compared to a selective rotational grazing style, which was already double the stocking rate over continuous or conventional grazing. But why is it that in a selective and continuous rotational grazing system, they cannot achieve what we achieve in the total grazin…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio! Host Shaun Haney is joined by Kelvin Heppner and Lyndsey Smith both of RealAgriculture for the RealAg Issues Panel. They discuss a number of topics including: The road to 2050; The growth of solar grazing in the U.S.; Bill C-282 coming up in the... Read More…
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For this week’s OviCast, we discuss grazing management with Dr Philip Creighton. With the challenging conditions we discuss the grazing situation around the country, opening covers and the impact of delayed fertiliser application on grass growth. Philip discusses managing supplies, targeted supplementation where supplies are tight and grazing strat…
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Cal is a fellow grazing podcaster and farmer/rancher from Oklahoma. We discuss his career and how he's shifted to a low input, grazing management focused grass farmer and has found success in doing that! Resources Mentioned: No Risk Ranching - Greg Judy Noble Research Institute Working Cows Podcast Ranching Reboot Herd Quitter Podcast Just a Few Ac…
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Welcome to the Just Graze It podcast. We are 2 families with no prior homesteading experience, who are learning to navigate this lifestyle as we go. Filled with ups, downs, wins, failures and a whole lot of laughs - we hope to encourage folks who are new to the homesteading life, those who are already pro's and those just catching the dream. Human …
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If you struggled with binge eating disorder or BED before bariatric surgery, can it still be an issue now? Are there differences in binging before surgery versus after? How is BED related to binge-grazing and what does that really mean anyway? Dietitian Chaundra Evans and psychologist Kelly Broadwater join me to answer all of these questions and sh…
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Tyler recaps the 2024 Appalachian Grazing Conference. Both of us give a quick update from the farm. We also discuss about some current news stories relating to agriculture. From Cody at Winnow Glen Farm and Tyler at Pike Mountain Farm. Find us on Instagram at Appalachian_Farmcast Email us at appalachianfarmcast@gmail.com…
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Cal Hardage, Host of the Grazing Grass Podcast, joined me to discuss his operation, his podcast, and how he and his dad go about making changes on their operation. We discuss the importance of patience and open-mindedness as well as the advantages and challenges of ranching in Northeast Oklahoma. Thanks to our Studio Sponsor, Understanding Ag! Head…
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Sheep Specialists, Michael Gottstein and Damian Costello, are on this week’s OviCast to discuss some of the key management tasks to do on farms at present. We discuss fertiliser application, planning for silage and grazing management and we look at the scenarios where supplementation is needed. In the second half we switch to dealing with the vario…
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In this episode, we discuss how to get good crop establishment with early sowing. Our guests are Glen Riethmuller, Research Scientist at the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD), and Stuart Faulkner, a mixed farmer from Beacon, WA. Good crop establishment and rapid, early growth can improve water efficiency, increase yi…
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Thanks for tuning into this Tuesdays with Lyndsey edition of RealAg Radio with host Lyndsey Smith! On this episode we will hear: Stewart Skinner, Ontario farmer, on housing and land development on Ontario farmland; Dr. Martin Appelt with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency on HPAI in cattle including surveillance, testing, and more; A clip from... …
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Thanks for tuning into this Tuesdays with Lyndsey edition of RealAg Radio with host Lyndsey Smith! On this episode we will hear: Stewart Skinner, Ontario farmer, on housing and land development on Ontario farmland; Dr. Martin Appelt with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency on HPAI in cattle including surveillance, testing, and more; A clip from... …
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Thanks for tuning into this Tuesdays with Lyndsey edition of RealAg Radio with host Lyndsey Smith! On this episode we will hear: Stewart Skinner, Ontario farmer, on housing and land development on Ontario farmland; Dr. Martin Appelt with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency on HPAI in cattle including surveillance, testing, and more; A clip from... …
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It’s a beetle eat worm world out there in the field, and it pays to know which insects are doing the eating of others, says Tyler Wist in this latest episode of the Pests and Predators podcast, brought to you by Field Heroes. Wist, entomologist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada at Saskatoon, says that Ladybird... Read More…
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It’s a beetle eat worm world out there in the field, and it pays to know which insects are doing the eating of others, says Tyler Wist in this latest episode of the Pests and Predators podcast, brought to you by Field Heroes. Wist, entomologist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada at Saskatoon, says that Ladybird... Read More…
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There’s no data better suited to a farm than data derived FROM that farm. Designing and executing an on-farm field trial can be incredibly valuable for informing changes in production practices, but it’s key that the trial be designed to deliver solid data. To tackle what it takes to get the most out of on-farm... Read More…
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There’s no data better suited to a farm than data derived FROM that farm. Designing and executing an on-farm field trial can be incredibly valuable for informing changes in production practices, but it’s key that the trial be designed to deliver solid data. To tackle what it takes to get the most out of on-farm... Read More…
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Caroline tells the story of her home birth, and her journey through the medical system leading up to her crunchy-adjacent birthing experience. This is a Patreon exclusive episode. To hear the full episode, become a regenerator at the link below. Stay in touch with Chews Wisely: IG: @chewswiselypodcast Patreon: Chews Wisely Email: chewswiselypodcast…
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We’ve talked about several animals that you can find on a farm, ranch, or homestead. But this is a new one! Bison! This week, we got a visit from Liz Riffle of Riffle Farms and dove into their story on getting started with bison. Fencing, delicious meat, and rejuvenating land with one of America’s most iconic animals. You’re going to want to hear t…
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It won’t be long before the soil is fit and planters roll into edible bean fields. On this episode of the RealAgriculture Edible Bean School, Hensall Co-op field marketer and edible bean grower Dave Louwagie shares a checklist he uses to make sure all systems are go when conditions are right for dry beans. To... Read More…
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It won’t be long before the soil is fit and planters roll into edible bean fields. On this episode of the RealAgriculture Edible Bean School, Hensall Co-op field marketer and edible bean grower Dave Louwagie shares a checklist he uses to make sure all systems are go when conditions are right for dry beans. To... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning into this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by RealAgriculture’s in-house agronomist, Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson to discuss a number of topics including nitrogen loss, planting corn, and more! We will also hear from Shad Milligan with Syngenta Canada on why you should consider...…
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Thanks for tuning into this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by RealAgriculture’s in-house agronomist, Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson to discuss a number of topics including nitrogen loss, planting corn, and more! We will also hear from Shad Milligan with Syngenta Canada on why you should consider...…
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Thanks for tuning into this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by RealAgriculture’s in-house agronomist, Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson to discuss a number of topics including nitrogen loss, planting corn, and more! We will also hear from Shad Milligan with Syngenta Canada on why you should consider...…
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Cover crops can do a number of things, such as hold soil in place, cycle nutrients, suppress weed growth, and fix nitrogen. They can also interfere with planting and seeding the next crop if not terminated properly. There are several options available for terminating cover crops: choosing species that will winterkill (most of the time!),... Read Mo…
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Cover crops can do a number of things, such as hold soil in place, cycle nutrients, suppress weed growth, and fix nitrogen. They can also interfere with planting and seeding the next crop if not terminated properly. There are several options available for terminating cover crops: choosing species that will winterkill (most of the time!),... Read Mo…
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Duane Stoltzfus of Pennwood Farms LLC in Somerset County, PA shares a glimpse inside their nutrition program, the feeding decisions they make for their 600-cow herd as they crop 2,000 acres, and the return on investment they’ve seen after implementing a feed watch technology system. He also describes the ups and downs of having a digester on their …
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What makes a rubber cow mat unique? For German manufacturer Huber Technik it comes down to the fact that their rubber never meets the road. In this report from the 2024 Canadian Dairy XPO at Stratford, Ont., the company’s owner Veronika Kamm says Huber Technik’s stall mattresses are made from only new tire compounds. “Our... Read More…
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What makes a rubber cow mat unique? For German manufacturer Huber Technik it comes down to the fact that their rubber never meets the road. In this report from the 2024 Canadian Dairy XPO at Stratford, Ont., the company’s owner Veronika Kamm says Huber Technik’s stall mattresses are made from only new tire compounds. “Our... Read More…
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John Haskell of Ranch Right joined me to discuss the philosophy and practice behind managing tax burden. We talk about the importance of getting this right as well as some considerations when increasing profitability of a struggling business. Thanks to our Studio Sponsor, Understanding Ag! Head over to UnderstandingAg.com to book your consultation …
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If you are a cattle guy, please don't skip past this episode when I mention that todays guest is a goat producer from Iowa. Adam Ledvina shares how goats can be extremely profitable on acres that cattle and even sheep can't fully utilize on steep slopes with overgrown woods, brush and weeds! He explains how he has developed a low input profitable g…
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg on the Weekend! On this weekend’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by Peter Johnson to discuss some agronomic issues including the flea beetle feeding period, getting seed in the ground, and more! As well, hear from Brian Beres, with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada on the... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg on the Weekend! On this weekend’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by Peter Johnson to discuss some agronomic issues including the flea beetle feeding period, getting seed in the ground, and more! As well, hear from Brian Beres, with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada on the... Read More…
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Welcome back to the Wealth & Wisdom Podcast, where we dive into the intricacies of tax planning with Russell Strack. Whether you've faced adversity in 2023 or enjoyed a profitable year, navigating tax obligations smartly is crucial. Russell shares insights on seizing opportunities for tax planning and optimising returns, especially in challenging t…
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The Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities Conference will be held May 1st and 2nd in Sidney. The conference features an immersive experience of the downtown area and creates opportunities for networking and supporting entrepreneurs. Nebraska Extension Associate Educator Marilyn Schlake says the two-day conference is much more than speakers and mee…
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Cattle market moves are interesting this week, as prices move opposite directions in Canada and the U.S, demand for hamburger tidies up some supply, and feeder cattle movement remains strong. Every second Friday, the Beef Market Update brings you the latest in cattle movement numbers, beef export stats, value changes and so much more. This... Read …
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Cattle market moves are interesting this week, as prices move opposite directions in Canada and the U.S, demand for hamburger tidies up some supply, and feeder cattle movement remains strong. Every second Friday, the Beef Market Update brings you the latest in cattle movement numbers, beef export stats, value changes and so much more. This... Read …
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Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio! Host Shaun Haney is joined by Kelvin Heppner and Lyndsey Smith both of RealAgriculture for the RealAg Issues Panel. They discuss a number of topics including: The road to 2050; The growth of solar grazing in the U.S.; Bill C-282 coming up in the... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio! Host Shaun Haney is joined by Kelvin Heppner and Lyndsey Smith both of RealAgriculture for the RealAg Issues Panel. They discuss a number of topics including: The road to 2050; The growth of solar grazing in the U.S.; Bill C-282 coming up in the... Read More…
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