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Down to Earth is a podcast about hope. As climate change collides with our industrial food system, we focus not on doom but instead on people who are developing practical, innovative solutions. We invite you to meet farmers, ranchers, scientists, land managers, writers, and many others on a mission to create a world in which the food we eat is healthy—for us, for the land and water from which it springs, for the lives and livelihoods of the producers, and for the planet.
 
Fastline Fast Track features agriculture industry newsmakers discussing hot-button issues and the latest in farming equipment and trends that affect farmers from coast to coast, as reported by our Fastline, Big Ag and Pink Tractor publications.The podcast also features "The Legends Stage," a segment presented by the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, featuring up-and-coming and legendary country music artists.
 
Join former House Speaker, professor, historian, and futurist Newt Gingrich as he shares his lifetime of knowledge and access to the world’s most interesting minds in a new series that covers all aspects of our society. From history to health, national security to science, Newt offers stories, conversations, and context to uncover new perspectives, knowledge and insight. This podcast isn’t about politics; it’s about exploring the past, present, and future to understand where we’ve been and w ...
 
The internet is flooded with food photos, recipes and diet advice, partisan news, and farmer-inspired fashion, but who is listening to the farmers themselves? Farmers grow your food and manage nearly half of all land on Earth. It's time to pay attention to the policies, programs, and events that are shaping the future of agriculture. Our host, Lindsey Lusher Shute, co-founder of the National Young Farmers Coalition, provides a fresh, farmer-centric take on food and farm policy. We talk with ...
 
New Mexico's hot, dry winds are taking their toll: cattle suffer long treks to get food and water. But it is not just a hard time for them. Lucy Bancroft has sought a milder climate so she can recover from typhoid fever. She and her father stop to see Curt Conrad, a rancher, on their way to their new home. The two men discuss politics (some of it crooked) at the state level. they also talk about an easterner, a man named Delafield, who years earlier cheated Conrad's father out of his conside ...
 
The Native Cowgirl podcast is a montage of conversation for anyone looking to add a little cowgirl grit into their lives. Some of the subject matter includes Mindset + Clarity Coaching + Online Marketing + Sales + Entrepreneurship + Hormone Hacks + Health/Wellness + A Bit of Ranch Life Sprinkled In & More!Cheyenne Glade Wilson is a fifth-generation cattle rancher and was born a “cowgirlpreneur”. She got her first job day-working when she was 11 years old and grew up very hands-on on her fami ...
 
Greenhorns Radio is radio for young farmers, by young farmers. Hosted by acclaimed activist, farmer and film-maker Severine von Tscharner Fleming, Greenhorns Radio is a weekly phone interview with next generation farmers and ranchers, surveying the issues critical to their success. We hold no punches. Greenhorns is a six year old grassroots cultural organization with a mission to recruit, promote and support young farmers in America by producing media, events and stunts that connect and and ...
 
"Off The Husk" with Zach Johnson, The Millennial Farmer; Becky Johnson, Mrs. Millennial Farmer; and Randy Nessman, The Master Pipe Layer; Join us as we explore the business of food, fiber, and fuel. Hear from farmers, ranchers, entrepreneurs and agriculture/farming professionals from across the country. What ensues is a politically incorrect podcast filled with genuinely improvised, authentic conversation, laughter and some newfound agriculture knowledge. Grab a cold beer and enjoy our moder ...
 
The Cowboy is an iconic figure that represents a culture of freedom, courage, toughness, & individualism. Join Dan Hillenbrand as he explores why we are so captivated by the Cowboy in everything from folklore, movies, ranching, music, and rodeo to business & fashion.
 
Agriculture Today is a daily program hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout the state. It features K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examining agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation. Kansas State University has produced daily, ag-related broadcasts since KSAC radio first went on the air in 1924. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the K ...
 
Rural Women Inspired is a weekly podcast created for YOU, the Farmer/Rancher, Gardener, Organic Grower, Livestock Hobby-ist, Farm Wife, Mother, Businesswoman, and Rural Community Leader. If you're looking for INSPIRATIONAL advice during your time in the grain truck or tractor, lunch break, morning workout, or "me" time, host Mindy Young brings the motivation to push through any obstacle and succeed in creating your most ideal, happy, and healthy life. Each podcast episode details the journey ...
 
"Interested in the farming and ranching industry, but don't have time to sit down and watch a video or read an article? Tune in to The Riomax® Tailgate Talks to listen to discussions on relevant, season-specific topics like weaning, wintering, breeding, and calving. Hear ranchers from across the nation discuss how their operations have overcome hardships and become profitable and sustainable, for today and tomorrow."
 
Cruise Control is a automotive show that takes viewers on an inside tour of the car industry with vehicle reviews and interviews with auto industry designers, engineers and executives. Cruise Control is a show for the car enthusiast that enjoys racing and restoring all kind of vehicles.Check out our site at www.cruisecontrolradio.com
 
Welcome to the Fat Fueled Family podcast, where every week we talk about things like Nutrition, training, how to live a healthy & active lifestyle with your little ones, peaceful parenting, education, and of course, mindset. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram @ketocounterculture @fatfueledmom and @fatfueledkids, and on YouTube @fatfueledfamily To stay up to date with everything we’re doing, please sign up with your email at www.fatfueled.family, and check out our blog for wo ...
 
A humorous and relaxed take on brewing industry hot topics with guest experts, popular brew masters, the craziest of local brewery sales reps, and probably your mom from time to time. Solomon Rose is the founder of Organarchy Hops located in Oldtown, MD. Organarchy specializes in knowledgeable hop yard consulting, field management and construction, and competitive supply rates for novice to expert growers. As Maryland’s first USDA certified Hop Farm, totaling 14 acres under trellis, Organarc ...
 
Chevalier has never been told no. For thousands of years he’s sat on the Equites Council, ruling body of his heku faction, and for thousands of years his every order has been followed immediately and without question, until now. One of the most important rules of the heku, is that no one is to feed from unwilling donors. Following a tip that a young mortal woman is being brutally attacked by his own kind, he seeks her out and immediately begins to experience unnatural feelings for the woman. ...
 
Clover is the fourth book in the popular What Katy Did series. After Katy's wedding, the focus shifts to her little sister Clover. Their brother Phil encounters serious illness in the winter, and Dr. Carr sends him with Clover to the mountains of Colorado. Clarence Page, their naughty cousin from the other books, lives nearby. He is a rancher now with an attractive English partner, Geoff Templestowe, whom Clover falls for.
 
Stephen Giguere, a DevSecOps engineer at Aqua Security hosts conversations with cyber security influencers and front line DevOps warriors, to help provide us with a Cloud Native security blanket, for those who are entering the world of DevSecOps.
 
The Ranching Brunette Podcast is geared towards aspiring first generation ranchers, hosted by an aspiring first generation rancher. Join me for in depth interviews with successful ranchers and influencers, primarily in the beef industry, as well as my experiences through the ups and downs of starting an agriculture business. There's a little something for everyone in this podcast, whether you are just getting started or have been in the industry for decades, I promise it to be entertaining! ...
 
Every week we pick a game on Xbox Game Pass and discuss it. Our skill levels are Hardcore,Moderate, and Noob. We will give you our 3 different perspectives of the game. Follow us on twitter @GPGBPod, or email us at gamepassgrabbag@gmail.com, https://www.facebook.com/gaming/GPGBPod, http://paypal.me/GPGB
 
What happens when three grown-ass women sit around drinking and talking about stupid stuff that doesn’t matter – until it does?? Everything and anything goes on a journey that will take you from the poignant to the pointless in no time, and you’ll wonder where the heck you just spent the last 30 minutes. Join Ellen, Jen and Alex as they keep you on track by getting off topic. Don’t miss it.
 
Yee-Haaw! The Pony Rider Boys are on the move again! In this book, the 3rd of the series, the boys have decided that they want to explore the north country. They also want to make their own arrangements for the adventure, with the approval of Professor Zepplin, of course! So they have arrived in Forsythe, Montana, to try their luck in the mountains. (Summary by Ann Boulais) Previous book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys Texas Next book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the Ozarks
 
The Perils of Pauline is one of the first damsel in distress serials. The story is complete with undaunted hero, courageous damsel, unscrupulous villains galore, and other worldly interest. Before getting married, Pauline wants to experience the world and have adventures. When her guardian dies and leaves her an estate in trust of his secretary, adventures suddenly become more hazardous. Pauline charters aeroplanes, meets untrustworthy pirates, braves dangerous China Town, flies in a hot air ...
 
Do You want to be great? Do you want to master the arts, strategies, skills ,and ways of thinking and performing to be a true world-class Creator Entrepreneur? Are you ready to seek the true Spirit Force vital to being a successful life and business entrepreneur? Here is how to be one, here is how to sell like the master entrepreneur, how to build a world-class company, and how to be strong, even in your broken places and spaces. Stan Hustad, teacher, storyteller, broadcaster, and business p ...
 
Dubbed the “most popular Western of all times” Zane Grey's Riders of the Purple Sage was the benchmark by which every other novel in the “Western” genre came to be judged. It portrays the archetypal lone gun slinger, out to wreak revenge for past wrongs who falls foul of the rich and powerful and finally rides away into the sunset, having rid the town of poisonous villains! Riders of the Purple Sage is set in 1871, in a remote part of Utah. It opens with the young and lovely Jane Withersteen ...
 
LOVE FOOD? LOVE GREAT STORIES AND CONVERSATIONS WITH CELEBRITIES, CHEFS, ATHLETES, POP STARS AND FOODIES? THEN JOIN— RADIO’S MARCUS NAJERA--FOR THE FEED ME PODCAST. LISTEN AS MARCUS UNCOVERS THE STORIES BEHIND THE STORY OF FOOD ALONG WITH A FEW SURPRISES.
 
The Wind from Eden: Montana Weather Stories is produced by the Acoustic Atlas at the Montana State University Library: https://acousticatlas.org. The series looks at how weather has shaped the history, culture, and literature of Central Montana. It is brought to you by the MSU Library’s Ivan Doig archive with support from Humanities Montana. Original music for the series was provided by Flynn Cohen at flynncohen.net. Audio from Ivan Doig’s books English Creek and This House of Sky was provid ...
 
Join The New Stack’s editorial team to review the week’s hottest news in cloud-native technologies and at-scale application development. Editorial Director Libby Clark, Managing Editor Joab Jackson and TNS Founder and Publisher Alex Williams put more context around the stories we’re covering each week and look ahead to topics we expect will gain more attention in coming weeks. Guests include TNS writers and correspondents who join us to discuss what they’re hearing from tech industry insiders.
 
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Newt’s guest is a rising star in the Republican party, Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota. Her handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in her state has made her widely known. She’s been serving the people of South Dakota in public office since 2007. She is a wife, a mother, and a lifelong rancher, farmer and small business owner. Growing up on a ranch …
 
Kim Siebert is passionate about cattle - always has been, and always will be. Kim and his son farm and ranch in Southeastern Nebraska. He first started using the Riomax lick tubs a few years ago, and although Kim admits that the Riomax price tag is "a little bit scary", he's been using the product long enough now to realize that the benefits make i…
 
Are you worried about water cutbacks during this dry year? Try farming…without irrigation, relying only on rainwater. But lots of crops like wheat and grapes are “dry farmed” across the state. There are tomatoes on the Central Coast, squash in Humboldt, and walnuts in San Luis Obispo County, which is where we go for this story about dry farming adv…
 
• The weekly cattle market update • Beef Cattle Institute podcasts • Agricultural news, and a preview of the 2021 Spring Crops Field Day • Next month’s 4-H Campference… 00:01:30 – Cattle Market Update: The director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, Katelyn McCullock, is featured on this week's cattle market segment: she talks about how…
 
Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple were once symbols of American ingenuity and freedom. These Big Tech giants have now amassed an unimaginable amount of personal data, become a techno-oligarchy with overwhelming economic and political power. Newt’s guest is Senator Josh Hawley, his new book The Tyranny of Big Tech argues that these Big Tech mega-c…
 
In this episode Joe Hannan, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Commercial Horticulture Specialist, interviews Kristy Walker, with Walker Homestead, and discusses sunflowers used as a way to detract birds from the grapes in the vineyard. Resources for this episode include: North Central SARE https://northcentral.sare.org/ Iowa Wine Growers…
 
• The weekly grain market update • K-State’s new sow farrowing house • Webinar series preview, and the “Kansas Wheat Scoop” • Kansas agricultural weather… 00:01:30 – Grain Market Update: K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien remarks on another impressive week for the grain markets, triggered once more in large part by bullish fundamentals in t…
 
On this edition of Cruise Control with Fred Staab and Les Jackson Honda unwraps its 11th generation Civic with a more straightforward design inside and out. AMG GLC 63 S SUV comes alive with V8 Power. Talking Tech: Virtual Design. It's the key to Cadillac's future new models. Why are Canadian Car dealers annoyed with their US counterparts? All that…
 
Cody Zulfer has a background in competitive surfing and has also been a competitive Brazilian Jiu-jitsu practitioner for the better part of a decade. Cody has suffered from epilepsy since high school. From then until his son was about two years old, he was having almost daily seizures—some days multiple seizures. Doctors were never able to pinpoint…
 
On this episode, Jennifer Fawkes, marketing manager for the International Agri-Center and the World Ag Expo, provides an update on the 2021 virtual World Ag Expo. Jesse Allen recaps the week in the markets in his Market Talk update and Ray Bohacz talks tires in “Bushels and Cents.” The Episode also features the music of singer/songwriter John PayCh…
 
This is a wonderful story and a lesson for all of us. He brings to life the question we all ask. "I wonder if I should keep doing this" or "Maybe I should do something else". And there's another question he asked, "I wonder if I could do that". And then when someone asked him to do something that he had never done before, he had the courage to say,…
 
Vice President of Government Affairs Ethan Lane joins Ashley to talk about all that the NCBA team has done in the month of April. Ethan discusses the continued conversations being had with the Biden Administration and Members of Congress regarding the proposed tax revisions in the American Families Plans as well as climate initiatives. Lane also se…
 
Facebook announced on Wednesday, May 5th that their “Oversight Board”, a company-appointed panel, ruled that the ban of President Donald J. Trump for life from their social media platform was justified at the time but added that the company should reassess its action and make a final decision in six months. Many Americans who believe in our constit…
 
• Organizing a drought management plan for summer grazing • Developing a heritable trait index for bull fertility • Agricultural news, and the Kansas soybean update • Spring insect pests in the home landscape… 00:01:30 – Drought Management Plan: K-State range and pasture management specialist Walt Fick discusses putting together a drought managemen…
 
The effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic are still being felt, even well over a year into the "shut down" of life as we know it. But was it a SHUTDOWN . . . or was it really a RESET?? Even amidst her own fear and anxiety related to the changes that have impacted her life and business on the ranch, Cheyenne has an amazing way of keeping it all in per…
 
When a massive wildfire tore through the Santa Cruz mountains last year, it destroyed close to 1,500 structures. When a structure is destroyed by fire, toxic materials can leak into the environment. Cleaning up these spills often involves scraping the earth and dumping it somewhere else. But a local group is trying a different approach. They’re exp…
 
Mental health stresses for ag producers and rural Kansans: Coping, concerns and finding help Ag news Stop, Look and Listen: Kansas commentary 00:01:29 – Mental Health Stresses for Producers and Rural Kansans : In that May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, K-State behavioral health specialist Brad Dirks discusses the stresses on agricultura…
 
Ayaan Hirsi Ali fled a traditional Muslim upbringing in Somalia in 1992 at the age of 23 and went to The Netherlands to escape a forced marriage. From there, her life changed. She was elected as a member of the Dutch parliament and became an outspoken advocate for women’s rights. Today, she is a research fellow at the Hoover Institute, host of The …
 
On this edition of Cruise Control with Fred Staab and Les Jackson Plenty of vehicle reveals at the Shanghai Auto show. What will be coming to the U.S and Europe? Toyota is getting in the electric crossover game. And Honda says it's going all-electric by 2040. Genesis goes electro lux with its G80. VW prices out its Taos Crossover and shows off an S…
 
Omar de Kok-Mercado Scientist with background in Agro-ecology, Soil Microbiology and Biochemistry, and he’s at Iowa State University working on a project that integrates prairie strips into row-crop agriculture. By working with farmers to plant strips of land—"prairie strips—with native prairie vegetation, he and his team are working to bring back …
 
Indeed if pain or water the world would drown and there is so much pain in the world. But if you don't deal with your pain you will pass it on. So do that and then learn the seven other P words that are vital for you to be able to build your own starship enterprise in the post Covid Creator economy. This program is vital, listen to it three times a…
 
Causes, diagnoses and treatments for cattle lameness CRP changes Ag news Nesting habits and benefits of cliff swallows 00:01:29 – Causes, Diagnoses and Treatments for Cattle Lameness: K-State beef veterinarian A.J. Tarpoff advises producers with cattle heading to grass to know the kinds of lameness that can occur in the herd. How to differentiate t…
 
If you’ve read your John Steinbeck and listened to your Merle Haggard, or if you grew up in a farmworker family, you know that farm laborers in California have struggled to find decent housing for decades. Except in a few cases, growers have no legal obligation to house employees, and there’s not a lot of state and federal money earmarked for farmw…
 
Shawn Wells MPH, LDN, RD, CISSN, FISSN is the world’s leading nutritional biochemist and expert on Health Optimization. He has formulated over 500 supplements, food, beverages, and cosmeceuticals and patented 10 novel ingredients and is now known as the Ingredientologist - the scientist of ingredients. Formerly a Chief Clinical Dietitian with over …
 
Cattle market update: High feed costs and stagnant fed-cattle market Managing spring cattle breeding season Cold damage to corn 4-H communication project 00:01:29 – Cattle Market Update: Livestock economist Derrell Peel of Oklahoma State University is featured on this week's cattle market segment: He talks about how the feeder cattle market is wres…
 
On this edition of Cruise Control with Fred Staab and Les Jackson Consumer Reports says it was able to drive a Tesla with no one in the driver's seat fooling the Autopilot system. Mini shows off its Oxford Edition line up that can have you behind the wheel for about 20K Subaru Prices out its new Outback but has to stop all US Production thanks to t…
 
Newt’s guest is a long-time friend and trail-blazing TV journalist, Bill O’Reilly, of No Spin News at https://www.billoreilly.com. Bill joins Newt to discuss the Biden Administration, the challenges America is facing and his new best-seller, the 10th book in the “Killing” series, Killing the Mob: The Fight Against Organized Crime in America, availa…
 
Newt is joined by Republican strategist and pollster, Frank Luntz and members of his Inner Circle club. They discuss their reaction to President Biden’s Wednesday night speech, the 2022 elections and answer questions in a town hall style meeting. Join Newt’s Inner Circle today at http://newtsinnercircle.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https…
 
Well it's the last day of April. Did you know that April is Poetry month. And I am the producer of a growing and growing worldwide podcast called The Cowboy Up Podcast. We have all kinds of stories about cowboys horses and the western way of life and it is broadcast from the White Stallion Guest Ranch in Tucson Arizona. And as part of that world I …
 
On this episode of Beltway Beef, Ashley is joined by NCBA's Environmental Counsel Mary-Thomas Hart. Mary-Thomas unpacks President Biden's climate plan and how the different components of the plan will affect the cattle industry. In addition, Ashley and Mary-Thomas talk about NCBA's work with the Administration as well as Members of Congress to ensu…
 
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