Best Usda podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Chicken Whisperer
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Backyard Poultry with the Chicken Whisperer®, brought to you by Kalmbach Feeds, is a nationally broadcast web radio show all about keeping backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Each week, the Chicken Whisperer®, Editor In Chief of, Chicken Whisperer Magazine, Author of, The Chicken Whisperer's Guide To Keeping Chickens, and National Spokesperson for the USDA-APHIS Biosecurity for Birds Program, welcomes experts in their field from around the country to share ...
 
Our Farms, Our Future brings together the sustainable agriculture community for thought-provoking conversations about the state of agriculture, how we got here, and where we're headed. The series is produced by the USDA Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program. Learn more at www.sare.org.
 
Community Gardens. Advocate. Contacting Community Gardens across the Nation and sharing information, success, failures, challenges, mission, and more.
 
Nudges in the Right Direction is a podcast produced by the Center for Behavioral & Experimental Agri-Environmental Research (CBEAR). CBEAR is co-directed by Dr. Kent Messer and Dr. Paul Ferraro at the University of Delaware & Johns Hopkins University. CBEAR is funded by the USDA's Economic Research Service. For more information, please visit www.centerbear.org
 
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SwineCast
Weekly
 
SwineCast: Regular updates and entertainment on and about the pork industry. Your Connection. At Your Convenience. (tm)
 
NPR's top stories about business, money, Wall Street, companies and the economy that you can't miss. Subscribe to the Business Story of the Day RSS feed.
 
(Order of stories changed to match how they originally aired each day, with stories from previous 6 programs included afterwards. See http://kevin.micke.com/ for details.)Morning Edition takes listeners around the country and the world with multi-faceted stories and commentaries every weekday. Hosts David Greene, Steve Inskeep, Noel King and Rachel Martin bring you the latest breaking news and features to prepare you for the day.
 
Welcome to the Essentials of Healthy Living, a program for news and advice on complementary and alternative approaches to living well. Join hosts Dana Laake and Dr. Kevin Passero, along with health experts, for a lively discussion of topics related to health and wellness. Essentials of Healthy Living is brought to you by Village Green Apothecary, bringing you individualized nutrition and healthy living resources at MyVillageGreen.com, as well as traditional pharmacy products and specialty co ...
 
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Ask the CIO
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Federal News Network Executive Editor Jason Miller talks to federal chief information officers about the latest technology trends and issues facing their agencies.
 
In depth interviews with leaders in ag policy
 
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NPR130503 : NPR
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This news feed contains stories that meet any of the following criteria: (1) Stories aired on "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!". (2) Stories from the "Science" topic. (3) Stories from the "Economy" topic. (4) Stories from "World Story of the Day".
 
Podcast dedicated to breaking news, practice and personal life tips, and covering the most controversial and provocative pet, animal and veterinary topics.
 
Realize the dream. Master the reality.
 
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Uprooted
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Produced by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), Uprooted follows stories that connect the dots between agriculture and trade. What might seem obscure and technical on the surface actually impacts every aspect of our daily lives. We want to unearth the fascinating hidden stories that trace their roots back to policy.
 
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THE PETA PODCAST
Weekly
 
The PETA Podcast PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and growing. This is the place to find out why. Hear from insiders, thought leaders, activists, investigators, politicians, and others why animals need more than kindness—they have the right not to be abused or exploited in any way. Hosted by Emil Guillermo. Powered by PETA activism.
 
Welcome to the Cory R Banks podcast, where quality content is shared every week about the home buying process. Listen weekly to my podcast, where I’ll drop knowledge on the important things you need to know, from 1st time homebuyer programs, to closing cost, all in about a 1 minute. This is a great tool for buyers, and realtors.
 
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Jimmy Kimmel Live
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The official Jimmy Kimmel Live! YouTube Channel. Home of Celebrities Read Mean Tweets, YouTube Challenges and the rest of your favorite viral late night videos.
 
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AgFuture podcast
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The AgFuture podcast focuses on the challenges and opportunities that exist within the agriculture, business and food sectors. Industry leaders from Alltech and other companies share their thoughts and expertise on the future of our industry.
 
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KSTE Farm Hour
Weekly
 
Sundays Noon-1p on Talk 650 KSTE
 
Morning Edition takes listeners around the country and the world with multi-faceted stories and commentaries every weekday. Hosts David Greene, Steve Inskeep, Noel King and Rachel Martin bring you the latest breaking news and features to prepare you for the day.
 
A podcast that includes an interview with an AEPP author exploring his/her article on a topical subject with relevance to a broad audience
 
McKeany-Flavell Hot Commodity Podcast Series: Empowering clients with commercial intelligence, supply chain expertise, and risk management solutions.
 
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AHDB
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Our purpose is to inspire our farmers, growers and industry to succeed in a rapidly changing world. We equip the industry with easy to use, practical know-how which they can apply straight away to make better decisions and improve their performance. AHDB is a statutory levy board and is funded by farmers, growers and others in the supply chain.
 
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BCI Cattle Chat
Weekly
 
Listen to professionals from the Beef Cattle Institute talk about hot topics in today's beef cattle industry.
 
TALK! with AUDREY is a weekly radio show hosted by former Essence magazine executive Audrey Adams, who has insightful conversations with celebrities, guest experts and authors from the fashion, cosmetic, health, fitness, travel entertainment and financial industries to inform, inspire and empower women.
 
The System Build Lifestyle podcast offers insight, education and living experiences that encompass off-site construction, new building processes and understanding that will change the way you think about construction and modular building. This bi-weekly show features Denver's own Devon Tilly, owner of Mountain View Windows & Door and co-host Audree Grubesic, owner of Modular Sure Site. Each discussion will explore new construction techniques and finding out what makes your best lifestyle.
 
Morning Edition takes listeners around the country and the world with multi-faceted stories and commentaries every weekday. Hosts David Greene, Steve Inskeep, Noel King and Rachel Martin bring you the latest breaking news and features to prepare you for the day.
 
Morning Edition takes listeners around the country and the world with multi-faceted stories and commentaries every weekday. Hosts David Greene, Steve Inskeep, Noel King and Rachel Martin bring you the latest breaking news and features to prepare you for the day.
 
Morning Edition takes listeners around the country and the world with multi-faceted stories and commentaries every weekday. Hosts David Greene, Steve Inskeep, Noel King and Rachel Martin bring you the latest breaking news and features to prepare you for the day.
 
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Morning Edition takes listeners around the country and the world with multi-faceted stories and commentaries every weekday. Hosts David Greene, Steve Inskeep, Noel King and Rachel Martin bring you the latest breaking news and features to prepare you for the day.
 
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Freedom Matters
Monthly+
 
Podcast by Alliance Defending Freedom
 
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Verlon Jose, vice chairman of the Tohono O'odham Nation, says President Trump's proposed border wall would cut through the reservation, with negative impacts.
 
A Unified School District and the teachers' union reach a tentative deal. Competing bills to end the shutdown head to the Senate floor. The FBI Agents Association warns shutdown hampers operations.
 
Verlon Jose, vice chairman of the Tohono O'odham Nation, says President Trump's proposed border wall would cut through the reservation, with negative impacts.
 
Roughly 20 million Americans live in mobile homes, once billed as low-cost living. But mobile home parks have become a target investment for real estate companies who are jacking up fees.
 
On the sixth day of the Los Angeles teachers strike, the school district and union leaders announced that they had reached a tentative agreement. Schools reopen Wednesday.
 
Earlonne Woods and Nigel Poor started the podcast Ear Hustle when Woods was a prisoner in San Quentin. Woods' sentence was recently commuted, but the two continue to tell stories of life behind bars.
 
A suspended Twitter account appears to have help spread video of a controversial encounter between a group of Catholic school boys and a Native American elder.
 
A woman reportedly was arrested for trying to kidnap a kangaroo from a Pennsylvania petting zoo. CBS3 reports police discovered her trying to squeeze the animal into a Honda and drive it to Florida.
 
Louisiana's governor sent the NFL Commissioner a letter complaining about a missed penalty that New Orleans Saints fans say cost their team a chance to play in the Super Bowl.
 
As of Tuesday in San Francisco, Starbucks is available for delivery via the Uber Eats app.
 
In his new book Prisoner, Jason Rezaian of The Washington Post recounts his time in Iran's notorious Evin prison. He talks with NPR's Rachel Martin about his ordeal.
 
David Greene talks to Democratic Rep. Ben McAdams of Utah, who supported a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asking her to consider a bipartisan solution. NPR's Tamara Keith weighs in on the issue.
 
Three men and a 16-year-old youth have been arrested and authorities say 20 weapons and three improvised explosive devices were seized. The alleged target was Islamberg, near the Pennsylvania border.
 
Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper columnist Russell Baker has died at age 93. Baker was a columnist for The New York Times for decades and then hosted the PBS show "Masterpiece Theatre."
 
Accounts vary of what happened when students faced an Native American elder in Washington. Steve Inskeep talks to Adam Benforado, author of Unfair who argues camera angles undermine our legal system.
 
The controversial method at the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center has pitted family members who swear it has been the only way to control their loved ones against critics who call it torture.
 
An American accused by Russian prosecutors of spying has appeared in a Moscow court in an unsuccessful attempt to get bail while he awaits trial. Paul Whelan was arrested at the end of last month.
 
Attenborough said human-caused climate change has drastically altered the world in his lifetime, and urged world leaders to work on finding solutions.
 
The FBI Agents Association says that the ongoing partial government shutdown is causing all manner of hardships for its members in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
 
The Department of Agriculture publishes the price, sales and inventory of the country's many agricultural products. Because of the partial government shutdown some of those reports aren't happening.
 
Scottish historians saw stones arranged in a circle, and experts dated the stones to some 4,000 years ago. The experts were informed that the stones were placed in the circle in the 1990s.
 
David Greene talks to commentator and columnist Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about the history of presidents and their relationship with strong speakers of the House.
 
Steve Inskeep talks to Marc Short, President Trump's former director of legislative affairs, about Trump's proposal to end the government shutdown. NPR's Tamara Keith weighs in on Short's comments.
 
The controversial method at the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center has pitted family members who swear it has been the only way to control their loved ones against critics who call it torture.
 
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Steve Benjamin, the Democratic mayor of Columbia, South Carolina, who's at the annual U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington, D.C.
 
Recommended by locals, Martha Ffion treated World Cafe to songs from her debut full length album, Sunday Best.
 
The New Light Congregation in Pittsburgh and the Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, are still healing from separate shootings.
 
Democrat and radio host Bill Press and Republican strategist Alice Stewart join Here & Now's Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson on day 33 of the government shutdown.
 
Atlanta is home to the world's busiest airport. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms describes her concerns as the government shutdown drags toward the Super Bowl on Feb. 3.
 
Listen for McNeill's stories as a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, novelist and Scottish artist.
 
A new Lifetime TV docuseries about allegations of sexual abuse against singer R. Kelly has sparked widespread response from his fans and the music industry.
 
Drone activity north of Newark, New Jersey, disrupted flights in the area for about 90 minutes Tuesday night.
 
"I never really saw politics as about left versus right," newly elected Colorado Gov. Jared Polis tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson. "I see it as about forward versus backward."
 
There are currently several hundred so-called sanctuary cities and counties in the U.S., which limit local police from enforcing federal immigration policies.
 
The Senate will hold competing votes Thursday to try to end the government shutdown.
 
They’ve probably had a larger impact on your life than you think, even if you’ve never heard of them.
 
Three men and a 16-year-old youth have been arrested and authorities say 20 weapons and three improvised explosive devices were seized. The alleged target was Islamberg, near the Pennsylvania border.
 
A woman reportedly was arrested for trying to kidnap a kangaroo from a Pennsylvania petting zoo. CBS3 reports police discovered her trying to squeeze the animal into a Honda and drive it to Florida.
 
Many residents of the Queensbridge public housing complex feel they have not benefited much from the area's booming development. With Amazon, activists are trying to change that story.
 
Accounts vary of what happened when students faced an Native American elder in Washington. Steve Inskeep talks to Adam Benforado, author of Unfair who argues camera angles undermine our legal system.
 
Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper columnist Russell Baker has died at age 93. Baker was a columnist for The New York Times for decades and then hosted the PBS show "Masterpiece Theatre."
 
David Greene talks to Democratic Rep. Ben McAdams of Utah, who supported a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asking her to consider a bipartisan solution. NPR's Tamara Keith weighs in on the issue.
 
In his new book Prisoner, Jason Rezaian of The Washington Post recounts his time in Iran's notorious Evin prison. He talks with NPR's Rachel Martin about his ordeal.
 
Louisiana's governor sent the NFL Commissioner a letter complaining about a missed penalty that New Orleans Saints fans say cost their team a chance to play in the Super Bowl.
 
A suspended Twitter account appears to have help spread video of a controversial encounter between a group of Catholic school boys and a Native American elder.
 
On the sixth day of the Los Angeles teachers strike, the school district and union leaders announced that they had reached a tentative agreement. Schools reopen Wednesday.
 
A Unified School District and the teachers' union reach a tentative deal. Competing bills to end the shutdown head to the Senate floor. The FBI Agents Association warns shutdown hampers operations.
 
Roughly 20 million Americans live in mobile homes, once billed as low-cost living. But mobile home parks have become a target investment for real estate companies who are jacking up fees.
 
Steve Inskeep talks to Marc Short, President Trump's former director of legislative affairs, about Trump's proposal to end the government shutdown. NPR's Tamara Keith weighs in on Short's comments.
 
Scottish historians saw stones arranged in a circle, and experts dated the stones to some 4,000 years ago. The experts were informed that the stones were placed in the circle in the 1990s.
 
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