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Trucker Tom’s travels around the usa in his big truck
 
Trucker Tom’s travels around the usa in his big truck
 
Join Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin for a tour of all the dumb, bad, gross, weird and wrong ways we've tried to fix people.
 
Insights into the business world - featuring content from BBC Radio 4's In Business programme, and also Global Business from the BBC World Service.
 
Series focusing on foreign affairs issues.
 
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RealAgriculture
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RealAgriculture is focused on issues that impact agriculture.
 
Ireland is full of cottages and castles and cathedrals and pubs. But it so much more than that. Erin's Isle takes you beyond the shillelaghs and the shamrocks in stories that will make you feel like you are there. Plus, you'll get to know the real people who live here and both the authentic and the offbeat you won't want to miss when you travel here yourself.
 
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Permaculture Plus
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New thinking for a sustainable future. Based on, but not limited to, permaculture ethics and principles. We believe strongly in community, ethical food production, care of our soil, permaculture thinking, as well as organic and regenerative growing. We also inspire new ways of solving problems and support bringing people together as a focused, caring community.
 
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10 Drink Minimum
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Hosted by Chris, Billy, Hollyanne, and Smiley. A beer and lifestyle show!
 
Join Simon Hedger from his hilltop dwelling in Wales as he takes you on a journey into a magical world of children’s stories. Filled with catchy songs and music from instruments Simon has made himself, they're perfect for bedtimes, car journeys or quiet time in the day.
 
Consilience is a weekly podcast from Johannesburg, South Africa, dedicated to advancing reason, scepticism and a scientific world-view in Africa and beyond. Our website: http://consiliencecast.wordpress.com Email us: consiliencecast@gmail.com Twitter: @consiliencecast
 
Consilience is a weekly podcast from Johannesburg, South Africa, dedicated to advancing reason, scepticism and a scientific world-view in Africa and beyond. Our website: http://consiliencecast.wordpress.com Email us: consiliencecast@gmail.com Twitter: @consiliencecast
 
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The federal government has earmarked nearly $4 billion in compensation in its next budget for those involved in the supply-managed sector. Now, dairy, chicken, and turkey groups are waiting for the specific details on how the money will be doled out. “What I see here in the budget is something that, where the government is... Read More…
 
It’s Friday and RealAg Radio host Shaun Haney wastes no time in digging in to the recent news that China has blocked all imports of Canadian canola seed. For today’s show, Haney has the following guests: Jim Everson, president of the Canola Council of Canada, Ben Campbell and Kayla Weston from the Young Cattleman’s Council... Read More…
 
While we anxiously await early 2019 statistics, the final 2018 export numbers are in and, when it comes to beef, the numbers are solid. In this week’s Beef Market Update, Gateway Livestock Exchange’s Anne Wasko joins stand-in host Lyndsey Smith to talk about what’s lifting live cattle prices. You don’t have to look much farther... Read More…
 
This week on Sawbones to celebrate the Maximum Fun Drive we've got a special crossover episode with Shmanners! Let's talk about broken heart syndrome (which is exactly what we'll have if you don't donate!) DONATE NOW! Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
 
Many questions still remain around why Chinese authorities blocked all canola export shipments from Richardson International about two weeks ago. For quite some time, China has been a major importer of Canadian canola. China’s imports account for roughly 4o per cent of of all Canadian exports of canola seed, oil, and meal. The Canola Council of ...…
 
It’s the first full day of spring, and to celebrate RealAg Radio host Shaun Haney handed the show off to resident fill-in host, Ontario field editor Lyndsey Smith. On today’s show, you’ll hear from: Eric Wareham, with WEDA, about where the equipment dealers stand on the right to repair issue; Mary Robinson, president of CFA,... Read More…
 
Herbicide resistance will sneak up on you if you don’t change up your management practices from time to time. Steve Shirtliffe works to help farmers develop strategies to keep resistance issues at bay. He is a professor at the University of Saskatchewan, and I caught up to him at the recent CropConnect conference at Winnipeg,... Read More…
 
It’s officially spring! Plant 2019 is closer than ever which means you should remember to subscribe to our podcasts so you have something to listen to in the cab. In today’s RealAg Radio show, host Shaun Haney and news lead Jessika Guse discuss interest rates, glyphosate, and federal budget reaction among other top ag news... Read More…
 
The first day of spring has brought with it a flood of calls and questions on managing the wheat crop as it wakes up — and host Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson couldn’t be happier. In this week’s Wheat Pete’s Word, we have to start with some incredibly sad news out of Nebraska, where farmers and... Read More…
 
It’s a busy day on the hill as the Liberal government dropped its fourth budget. There was also quite the stir in Alberta — although most knew it was coming — as Premier Rachel Notley dropped the writ and announced a provincial election slated for April 16. For today’s RealAg Radio show, host Shaun Haney and news... Read More…
 
Over the weekend, Members of Parliament held an emergency meeting to discuss the restriction of canola shipments from Richardson International to China. The news of the blocked shipments broke about two weeks ago, and China import officials say the revoked cargo was due to ‘hazardous pests’. Brandon-Souris MP, Larry Maguire says other MPs wante ...…
 
Quite often, growers discover herbicide resistant weeds on their farm after an effective herbicide fails to take out a targeted weed. After some testing and reviewing past herbicide application records, growers might realize that the resistance problem is the result of repeated use of a particular herbicide or a history of not following best ma ...…
 
Corn is moving into new territory — mainly west and north — but the agronomic information farmers in these new areas rely on is still largely based on data from places such as Illinois and Iowa. This has provided a basis for new corn farmers to get started, but there are a lot of differences... Read More…
 
The countdown to the seventh annual Canadian Dairy XPO is on as the dairy industry showcase readies to open its doors at the Stratford Rotary Complex on April 3rd and 4th. Show attendance topped 16,000 in 2018 and more than 350 exhibitors representing 40 countries will set up this year to feature the latest dairy... Read More…
 
Farmers live and work in the real world, so real world events like weather can make a huge difference to a crop. We all know this, but sometimes we forget that the weather in the year prior to the current growing season also needs to be taken into account. Andrew Reid understands that crops grow... Read More…
 
Today’s RealAg Radio show features host, Shaun Haney back at his home base in Picture Butte, Alta., after a long week on the road for TechTourLIVE. Guests on the show include: Jessika Guse with the top ag news stories of the day; Jeremy Boychyn, agronomy research extension specialist for Alberta Barley and Wheat, discusses varietal... Read More…
 
Did you know that Alabama has been the home of some huge medical milestones? It's true! Join us as we share the inspirational, hilarious and terrifying medical legends of The Yellowhammer State. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
 
Co-host links: Permaculture Plus The Real Food Chain Rich Bowden Writing World Organic News Co-host Rich Bowden sits down, listens and learns as permaculturalist, gardener and deep systems thinker Dan Hatfield of Healthy Harvest Kitchen Gardens talks permaculture, worm farms and rocket mass heaters. (And a whole lot more besides). It's an incre ...…
 
Coming at you live from Hollow Spirits in Albuquerque, NM. Frank Holloway and Chef Tristin Rogers join us for an alcohol filled podcast.
 
If you want to hear about Galway's history there's no better place to go than to Paeder O'Dowd's home in Galway for tea. He has studied it, lived through a lot of it himself and written a lot of books about this medieval city. In the same vein of living history here, is Kevin Rohan. He is a renowned musician still playing every chance he gets a ...…
 
The village of Adare looks like it's from a storybook about Ireland, with thatched cottages, a lovely park and a magnificent Manor House. Find out why Abbeyglen Castle is the friendliest castle in Connemara, hear what sets if apart. And learn all about how wool gets from the sheep to the famous sweaters of the Aran Islands, at Ireland's Nationa ...…
 
When it comes to tractors in Ireland, no one knows more about them than Austin O'Sullivan. He's has studied what they mean to Ireland and he collects them. He started the Agriculture Museum of Ireland and if you're lucky he'll take you on a tour. It's housed in the historic outbuildings of Johnstown Castle near Wexford. Those tractors put a lot ...…
 
2032 Toxic PeopleBy tom@truckerphoto.com (Thomas R. Wiles).
 
2032 Toxic PeopleBy tom@truckerphoto.com (Thomas R. Wiles).
 
As the global economy slows and the search for new areas of growth becomes more intense, many countries are looking beyond their coastline to the vast, untapped potential of the sea. The “Ocean Economy” is now attracting attention from governments, businesses and investors, not only in traditional industries like fishing and shipbuilding but al ...…
 
Today, we're honoring the memory of Luke Perry who passed away this week after a stroke. We'll be talking about the history of strokes, but more importantly teach you how to help prevent them and how to spot them when they happen. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
 
Comedian Royal A. Wood III is on the show. Waffle house, weekend warriors, and the origin of Hollywood!
 
There’s more money spent on innovation today than ever before. Yet the process by which we come up with ideas is still poorly understood. If only we had a better grasp of how great ideas are generated, we would have the key to unlock huge new waves of innovation and productivity. Adam Shaw looks at the growing study of innovation to uncover its ...…
 
This week on Sawbones we complete our three-part series on the MMR vaccine as we make you an honorary Rubella Fighter. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
 
Award-winning food! In this Episode of Erin's Isle we visit Ballymaloe, Ireland's premiere cookery school. Located in rural Ireland between Waterford and Cork it is an amazing international operation training chefs for work around the world. And then we take The Galway Food Tour through the best the west has to offer in cooking and in fresh loc ...…
 
Amanda Machon from the Red Light Cameras is here! Learn some boundaries folks! The natural history museum is drug free!
 
Five years after Uruguay became the first country to allow the sale of recreational marijuana, what does a legal cannabis industry look like? When the small South American nation of Uruguay made it legal to grow and buy marijuana for fun, an entire industry had to start from scratch. For producers, regulators, investors, and consumers, it was a ...…
 
Everybody loves harnessing the power of reflexology, but what if you want all the great, totally real, not at all fabricated benefits of reflexology, but don't wanna touch people's feet? Friends, auriculotherapy is here for you. ... You're OK with touching ears, right? Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers…
 
10 Drink Minimum ale has a new name and it's fitting for this episode!
 
Caroline Bayley reports from Hamburg in Germany on how companies there are preparing for Britain's exit from the European Union. The UK is one of the port city's most important trading partners and one thousand firms in the area have business links with Great Britain. So it's not surprising that there's a flurry of activity in Hamburg in the fi ...…
 
This week on Sawbones we return to the MMR vaccine, specifically the "mumps" part. We'll also meet the brilliant mind behind the vaccine and the tragic reason he never gets the credit he's due. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
 
Co-host links: Permaculture Plus The Real Food Chain Rich Bowden Writing World Organic News A bit more freewheeling, a few more laughs and a lot more permaculture information, news and views besides! This month sees co-hosts Jon and Rich discuss the recent admission by the right wing Nationals NSW Primary Industries Minister that climate change ...…
 
We have our own beer! Tractor Brewing now brews 10 Drink Minimum Ale! If you are in the Albuquerque area stop by Tractor Wells Park and have one!
 
Hungarian politicians have been the focus of protest since they passed what many have called a “slave law” last December. This legislation allows companies to ask their workers to do more overtime – and to delay payment for up to three years. But the government says the law gives businesses flexibility and employees the freedom to work more and ...…
 
2031 Get Woke Go BrokeBy tom@truckerphoto.com (Thomas R. Wiles).
 
2031 Get Woke Go BrokeBy tom@truckerphoto.com (Thomas R. Wiles).
 
Besides being a king of football and all around touchdown master, did you know Tom Brady endorses a training and nutrition regimen co-created by a guy who got in trouble with the FTC for selling fake cancer pills? Let's talk about TB12. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
 
What draws people to Clare Island? Ciara McCalla moved there for what it offered her in natural beauty. She celebrates that energy through yoga and organic food. Beth Moran was drawn to the beauty as well, she celebrates nature with her weavings. And see how a flock on the dock of Clew Bay marks each passing year. All that plus A Broad Abroad i ...…
 
This week on Sawbones, we'll meet a San Francisco doctor that reimagined how we care for people with drug addiction and got a hit put out on himself in the process. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
 
Billy writes strongly worded letters. Betting on the Super Bowl. Who is going to win the Royal Rumble! Look us up on Patreaon https://www.patreon.com/10drink
 
The Chinese have long been involved – sometimes controversially - in Africa. But there’s another Asian economic powerhouse that is doing business there. Using South Africa as a springboard, South Koreans are seizing control of some of the key markets on the continent. There are four thousand Koreans living in Johannesburg, creating new business ...…
 
Imagine a world where Sawbones never existed, medical progress was halted and false wellness ran rampant. That's the horrifying world painted by a recent issue of The Times that Dr. Sydnee and Justin are going to guide you through this week. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
 
We have Ming Chen from AMCs Comic Book Men!
 
Since Bletchley Park and the enigma machine, Britain has been at the forefront of what would become cyber security. In GCHQ we have a world leader in threat detection and yet our industry lags far behind both the US and Israel.Jonty Bloom looks at what we could do to make this Brexit proof industry bigger and finds out why Belfast is at the for ...…
 
Elderly pensioners in Japan are committing petty crimes so that they can be sent to prison. One in five of all prisoners in Japan are now over 65. The number has quadrupled in the last two decades, a result it seems of rising elderly poverty and loneliness, as seniors become increasingly cut-off from their over-worked offspring. In jail old peo ...…
 
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