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Best Organicagriculture podcasts we could find (Updated October 2019)
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Connecting people with organic farmers across the country, from Amish country to farmers on the West coast. Join us as we travel back to the agricultural roots and have conversations whose livelihood is organic farming.
 
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Ron Miller is the President and General Manager of R&G Miller and Sons, a organic dairy farm in Central Wisconsin. Ron joins us to discuss the farms transition to organic, grazing a larger herd of cows and cropping practices.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
John and Megan Palmer are Organic Dairy Farmers in Waukon, IA. They join us to talk about getting started farming, moving to a new farm and what they have done on their farm to keep up with the market.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Jake Fehr, co-founder of Natural Way Minerals, Hans Maibach, Marketing Director for Natural Way Minerals and Mike Barnes, independent nutritionist, join us to discuss the background of Natural Way Minerals and what Mike has observed feeding thousands of cows and what proper nutrition is.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
We are joined by Nathan Rutz and Michael Robinson of Rust Belt Riders (www.rustbeltriders.com)and Tilth Soil (www.tilthsoil.com). Rust Belt Riders picks up food scraps around Cleveland, OH and composts them to be sold as garden soil through Tilth Soil. They discuss how they got started, the process of composting food scraps and some of the aspe ...…
 
Todd Zehr is the founder of SoilBiotics which develops a organic line of fertilizers and foliar sprays. Todd and Doug Billman, a SoilBiotics consultant, join us to discuss building a company, changes in agriculture and what they've witnessed working with farmers.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
We are joined by Lyndon Edwards, Farmer, Board member and Deputy Chairman of Omsco, Tim Downes, Farmer and Board member of Omsco, and Peter Bennett, Head of Membership for Omsco. They give us the background of Omsco, talk about farming in the UK and the many similarities farmers share across the world. https://www.omsco.co.uk/…
 
Dr Larry Tranel is a Dairy Specialist for Iowa State University Cooperative Extension who has been collecting farm financial information since 1993. Larry sits down to talk with us about what he has observed in collecting this information and how farms can improve their economic situation.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
John Ihm, organic dairy farmer from Lancaster, WI, talks about the history of his farm, what issues they have encountered and keeping up with managing 900 acres, a dairy herd and flock of chickens.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Wendell Berry, Wes Jackson and David Kline have a conversation at the Organic Association of Kentucky Annual Conference. This conversation was the keynote address and moderated by Rona Roberts.By Back to the Roots.
 
Ray Archuleta is a Certified Professional Soil Scientist with 30 years experience working for the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Since retiring, Ray founded Soil Health Consultants to help spread what he has learned about what true regenerative farming practices are. Ray speaks to us about some of those principles.…
 
Gene DeBruin, organic dairy farmer and nutritionist from Southern Ohio, talks to us about some of the differences managing a 30 cow herd and a 300 cow herd. He also shares some of his observations about where farms can get tripped up feeding their livestock.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
John Miller Jr, organic produce farmer from Fresno, OH, talks to us about starting a produce farm from scratch and learning the limits of what one farm can handle.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Alan Kozak, conventional dairy farmer and grazier from Holmes County, OH, talks to us about seeking out alternative dairy markets that can help to support small farms in a very tough conventional milk market.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Scott Myers, from Wayne County, OH, talks to us about transitioning to organic cropping and what he's seen change over the years in his market of selling organic crops.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Daniel Wengerd of Pioneer Equipment, talks to us about the development of the business, what changes have happened in horse farming and what they see for the future of both.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Irvin and Eric Martin are organic dairy farmers in Indiana. On their family dairy, they have recently installed robotic milkers and they talk to us about what they've learned during the experience.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Jonathan Yoder, a dairy farmer from Topeka, IN, speaks to us about what he has learned in his process of bringing the family farm back into dairy production.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Dave Osterloh, organic dairy farmer from Minster, Ohio, talks to us about the history of his farm, transitioning to organics and passing the farm to the next generation.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Bill and Thomas Heckman are dairy farmers from Western Ohio. They talk about the history of their farm and turning the farm over to the next generation.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Walter Middendorf is a retired farmer from East Dubuque, Illinois. He turned 90 in August and in this episode he shares with us how farming has changed over the years as well as few life lessons he's learned along the way.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Joe Schlabach, 100% grassfed and organic dairy farmer in Holmes County, OH, speaks to us about his learning curve moving from confinement to organic and then organic to 100% grassfed.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Ron Milner, organic crop farmer from Holmes County, Ohio, shares what he has learned over his 16 years crop farming strip-mined ground and the difficulties of trying to build that soil back to good health.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Jeff Miller, organic dairy farmer from Holmes County, Ohio, speaks to us about his observations on his land as he brought dairy cows back to a farm, started grazing and brought his soil back to life.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Dr Paul Dettloff, a veterinarian from Arcadia, Wisconsin, has been an influencer and innovator within the organic industry for the last 20+ years. He talks to us about everything from growing up to where he sees the future of the organic industry.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Jim Wedeberg and Dan Mosgaller, who are both Organic Dairy Farmers as well as International Development directors, talk to us about the landscape and outlook for organic dairy being produced in other countries.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Tim and Katie Kline are organic dairy farmers in Holmes County, Ohio. They speak with us about how they got started into farming, moving cows from Ohio to Kansas then back to Ohio again and the simple pleasures of everyday life on a farm.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Eric Lee Mader, who is the Pollinator Program Co-Director at the Xerces Society, shares with us all the incredible examples of the work being done both above and below the soil by invertebrates. We talk about about how farmers can work with nature rather than against it.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Brent and Regina Beidler are organic dairy farmers from Vermont. They have been shipping milk for 20 years and they share their farm story and some of the lessons they've learned along the way.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Dr Guy Jodarski, staff veterinarian with Organic Valley, talks to us about how herd health on an organic farm doesn't start with replacing conventional medications with organic treatments. It starts at the soil and is a whole systems appraoch.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Sam Dobson and Chris Hofner discuss with us organic dairying in North Carolina, some challenges of raising crops in the heat and the grass-fed beef market.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Wendell Berry, author from Kentucky, shares his thoughts and views from his lifetime advocating for agricultural communities.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Ted Stutz is the owner of Ohio Earth Food, an organic fertilizer company. He talks to us about his background, what brought him to Ohio Earth Food and how he has grown along with the company.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Melvin Troyer, organic dairy farmer from Kentucky, talks to us about taking over the farm, transitioning to organic and then starting up an organic feed mill.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Irvin Ramer, organic dairy farmer from Kentucky, talks to us about moving to Kentucky and what he's learned in his years since he's moved.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Dave DeKam milks 270 cows organically in Falmouth, MI. In this episode we talk to him about his transition from having cows fully confined to learning to graze and becoming organic.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Eric Woodward is an organic dairy farmer in Northeast Michigan and he talks to us about dealing with the effects of bovine tuberculosis being in the local deer herd.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Jerome McGeorge, who was the first CFO of Organic Valley, talks to us about his experience moving from the big city to small town Wisconsin and becoming a part of the organic movement. David Kline also joined us for the conversation to share his viewpoint as an organic farmer.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Gary Zimmer, founder of Midwestern Bio Ag, joins us with his daughter, Sadie, to discuss soil health.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Pete Lehman discusses what he has learned in the process of transitioning the farm over to his sonBy Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Lamar Bontrager, General Manager of WOLF Cooperative, tells us about the short but eventful history of the 100% organic feed mill in Indiana.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Wes Jackson, founder and president emeritus of the Land Institute, along with David Kline, retired organic dairy farmer and author, sit down with us to share some of their viewpoints on where agriculture currently is and what can be done moving forward.By Back to the Roots.
 
Ervin produces 100% grass-fed organic milk in Ohio. He has been doing this for 5 years now so we sat down to pick his brain on what he has learned about how to best produce milk without grain. He has learned a lot and shares some interesting observations with us.By Back to the Roots Podcast.
 
Ernest Martin, an organic dairy farmer from Shiloh, OH, talks to us about his farm operation, his learning curve over his years being organic and some of his views on where organic agriculture is headed.
 
Scott and Charlene Stoller discuss their organic dairy operation including their succession plan and some of the hardships and learning experiences that have happened along the way.
 
John Kempf is the founder of Advancing Eco Ag. He joins us to have a in depth conversation about plant nutrition and the future of agriculture.
 
In this episode we are at the Organic Valley Annual Meeting. A workshop was held there for employees and farmers to ask questions to a panel of Plain Community members. So Pete Lehman, David Kline and Mark Martin answered questions from the crowd on a variety of subjects.
 
Mark Martin, organic dairy farmer from Ohio, talks to us about the history of the Mennonite church and some of the differences between the Mennonite and Amish cultures.
 
Jerry D Miller talks about the Amish community and his gratitude towards his neighbors who have helped him and his family through some difficult times.
 
Three Amish women spoke to us about their lives at home, on the farm and in the Amish community. Anne, Emily and Katie spoke about the varying roles they play and answer some of the questions many people may have but do not ask of Amish women.
 
David Kline, a Amish organic farmer from Holmes County, Ohio, speaks to us about the history of the Amish coming to America. He also answers some of the common questions people have about the Amish lifestyle.
 
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