Best Livestock podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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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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RFD Podcasts
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RFD Radio Network, a member benefit of the Illinois Farm Bureau
 
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BBC Inside Science
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Dr Adam Rutherford and guests illuminate the mysteries and challenge the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.
 
Join host, Rob Breakenridge, as he offers his unique perspective on the most talked-about stories of the day every weekday afternoon.
 
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In Situ Science
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Sharing the lives and stories behind scientific discovery. Each episode James O'Hanlon meets a different scientist and hears their 'behind the scenes' stories.
 
Special in-depth farm and ranch issues featured on the Radio Oklahoma Network.
 
Back to Basics: Freedom implies justice; justice requires truth; truth is built on facts. Science shouldn’t be the last word in our social and civic discourse – it should be the first. We can all strive to understand the basic science and facts underlying each issue, and then apply our social, ethical and religious values to the debate and plot a course forward -- together. Science and Technology drive society forward and Science for the Rest of Us is here to talk about it. We have conversat ...
 
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Andrew Leach, energy and environmental economics professor at the University of Alberta, joins Rob to discuss the challenges in diversifying Alberta's economy, a point of contention in this spring election.
 
We'll talk about the new Liberal mortgage plan with Thomas Davidoff Associate Professor (Stanley Hamilton Professorship in Real Estate Finance) and Director of the UBC Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate at the Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia.
 
Host Rita Frazer discusses consumer and rural neighbor interest in food and farming issues. It's for listeners who want to know more about the issues, people and places that make Illinois a leading food-producing state.
 
In an announcement made last night, two associations were dissolved and major changes implemented. Kevin Kobelka, Executive Director of Hockey Calgary joins the show.
 
Why is it important we come to balanced books before the scheduled 2040? Mathieu Bédard, economist at the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) joins the show.
 
A former white supremacist & neo-nazi,Brad Galloway, now a fourth year criminology student shares his story.
 
Author Irshad Manji discusses this theory in her new book, “Don’t Label Me.”
 
How big of a deal is the Callaway situation? Does this really matter to the Kenney campaign? Duane Bratt, PhD, political scientist and professor at Mt. Royal University joins the show.
 
Today’s journeys that are taking people from farm to city and back to farm are many and varied. One way or the other there are thousands who have invested in education, careers and commutes who have found there was still something missing–open space, outdoors, family time and the satisfaction of growing crops or livestock. Karen and Dale Kopf a ...…
 
LIVE FROM THE SYDNEY DESIGN FESTIVAL Can science explain what makes good design? Are designers and scientists really that different? Or are they both just explorers searching for truth in different ways? We celebrated the intersections of Science and Design at the Sydney Design Panel with a celebrity panel featuring Tom Gordon, Chris Reid, Wend ...…
 
Angela Kokott, Alberta Party Candidate for Calgary-Mountain View joins the show.
 
Two federal ministries are investigating potential violations of privacy laws after government officials shared details about a Postmedia news story and the journalist pursuing it, with representatives of Irving Shipbuilding. David Pugliese of Postmedia joins the show.
 
Sites like Google, Facebook etc. are being encouraged to stop the anti-vaxxers for spreading their views. Also, several of the world’s leading CRISPR scientists and bioethicists are calling for a global moratorium on editing human genes that can be passed on from parents to children. Dr. Arthur Caplan, Medical Ethicist, Drs. William F. and Virg ...…
 
Ali Rizvi, author of "The Atheist Muslim: A Journey from Religion to Reason" joins the show.
 
Stephanie Carvin, Assistant Professor of International Affairs, National Security Issues, Terrorism, Critical Infrastructure Protection, International Law, Humanitarianism, and Foreign Policy joins the show.
 
Hockey Calgary is expected to announce the changes to the association boundaries March 18. One ass. The Saints in the NE has put together a counter-proposal asking Hockey Calgary to leave their association alone – pointing out significant changes would go against the founding principles set out by Hockey Calgary. Bob Betteridge, President of Ca ...…
 
Is the new Canada Food Guide too expensive for the average Canadian? A new report from Dalhousie University suggests it is. Simon Somagyi, PhD, Arrell Chair in the Business of Food, School of Hospitality, Food & Tourism Management, College of Business & Economics at the University of Guelph joins the show.…
 
Estimates suggest a global hit of $17m/day that Boeing planes are grounded. Eventually that money has to come from somewhere. We'll take a look at potential long-term effects with Marvin Ryder, Assistant Professor of Marketing at DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University.
 
On National Ag Day, Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays talked with National FFA Officer Ridge Hughbanks from the the Alva, Oklahoma FFA Chapter. Hughbanks is in Washington where the National FFA Officer team is participating with other ag organizations in the celebration of National Ag Day.…
 
When the news broke last December that Chinese biophysicist He Jiankui had successfully edited the genomes of twin girls using the technique known as CRISPR-Cas9, scientists and the public were rightly outraged that such a procedure had taken place. Jiankui is currently being investigated by Chinese authorities for breaking legal and ethical gu ...…
 
More on the proposed ban of cell phones in public schools in Ontario from Dr. Jacob Barkley, Professor of Exercise Science at Kent State University.
 
According to a new paper, provinces must create a ‘New Canadian Partnership’ for trade. Ian Brodie, political scientist at the University of Calgary and Stephen Harper’s former Chief of Staff joins the show.
 
Gábor Lukács, founder and coordinator of Air Passenger Rights joins the show.
 
The Liberals blocked JWR from telling “The Rest of Her Story”. The party voted against an opposition request to let her speak. Michael Cooper - Conservative MP for St. Albert – Edmonton Member – Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights.
 
Dan York, director of web strategy for the Internet Society, an online publication, joins the show.
 
The 2019 Oklahoma Youth Expo begins with gilts arriving at State Fair Park Tuesday evening- with the Commercial Gilt Show to begin Thursday morning. Ahead of the next ten days, Radio Oklahoma Farm Director Ron Hays say down in the Super Barn at State Fair Park and talked with Executive Director of the Show- Tyler Norvell.…
 
The National Post is on a mission to end this, promising to repost their anti-Daylight Savings Time article every year until it is abolished. Tristen Hopper of The National Post joins the show.
 
A Boeing 737 MAX 8 went down in Ethiopia Sunday (157 dead incl. 18 Canadians). Plus, March 8th is the 5th anniversary of when MH370 went down (239 presumed dead). Captain Ross Aimer, CEO of Aero Consulting Experts joins the show.
 
Sandy Garossino, Business analyst and reporter for Canada’s National Observer joins the show.
 
A week of acronyms and political hijinks. We look at the headlines including more on why JWR refused the Indigenous portfolio. Rebecca Joseph, Global National Online journalist joins the show.
 
Do we still hyper target our marketing to male/female demographics? Also, are we overdoing the “Girls are good enough” angle to young girls? Don’t they know that? Or is that more to placate older generations? Shauna MacDonald, Principle and Founder at Brookline Public Relations joins the show.
 
Host Deloss Jahnke talks about what is happening around the state of Illinois, from politics to agriculture policy. The program features a variety of high-profile guests and expert commentators. If it happens in Illinois, you will hear about it on this hour-long talk show.
 
Hosts Rita Frazer and DeLoss Jahnke bring you the current news and information pertinent to rural Illinois. Each morning they cover the basics of agriculture, news and markets during this half-hour program.
 
The Farm Bill is the primary food policy vehicle of the United States government and it affects every American citizen from commodity farmers, organic farmers, urban agriculture to citizens receiving supplemental nutritional assistance. Passage every 5 years requires bipartisan support that is sadly rare in Washington DC. Despite the acrimoniou ...…
 
Are we protected? Are we safe? What should we be worried about? Christyn Cianfarani, President and CEO of the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries.
 
Adora Nwofor, Calgary comedian and self-proclaimed feminist joins the show.
 
Cory G. Litzenberger – president & founder of CGL Strategic Business & Tax advisers in Red Deer joins the show.
 
Local media darling Dave Kelly is travelling the country - in Calgary to intro Obama & out east to intro Ellen.
 
Host Rita Frazer discusses consumer and rural neighbor interest in food and farming issues. It's for listeners who want to know more about the issues, people and places that make Illinois a leading food-producing state.
 
Host Deloss Jahnke talks about what is happening around the state of Illinois, from politics to agriculture policy. The program features a variety of high-profile guests and expert commentators. If it happens in Illinois, you will hear about it on this hour-long talk show.
 
Hosts Rita Frazer and DeLoss Jahnke bring you the current news and information pertinent to rural Illinois. Each morning they cover the basics of agriculture, news and markets during this half-hour program.
 
Alberta Party leader Stephen Mandel joins Zack Hewitt, in for Rob Breakenridge, to discuss a judge's decision to overturn his ban from running in a provincial election and his recent promise to make vaccinations mandatory for school children, if elected.
 
The U.S. Department of Agriculture"s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services" (HHS) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today announced a formal agreement to jointly oversee the production of human food products derived from the cells of livestock and poultry.…
 
Why are all of these trains going off the tracks? Mark Winfield, Professor of Environmental Studies at York University joins the show.
 
Host Rita Frazer discusses consumer and rural neighbor interest in food and farming issues. It's for listeners who want to know more about the issues, people and places that make Illinois a leading food-producing state.
 
An HIV-1 sufferer, who had developed aggressive cancer, and underwent a revolutionary stem cell transplant, has been declared HIV resistant. It's been 18 months since the 'London patient' underwent a stem cell transplant of donated HIV resistant cells. This has only happened once before, in the case of the ‘Berlin Patient' – who, after two tran ...…
 
Host Deloss Jahnke talks about what is happening around the state of Illinois, from politics to agriculture policy. The program features a variety of high-profile guests and expert commentators. If it happens in Illinois, you will hear about it on this hour-long talk show.
 
Hosts Rita Frazer and DeLoss Jahnke bring you the current news and information pertinent to rural Illinois. Each morning they cover the basics of agriculture, news and markets during this half-hour program.
 
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