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Podcasts and stories to inform and inspire your passion for the outdoors, hunting and fishing. Don’t let present circumstance limit your initiative for the wild. Listen now for tips, tactics and wisdom from guests such as Jim Shockey, Aron Snyder, Corey Jacobsen, Paul “ElkNut” Medel, Kristy Titus, Guy Eastman, Jay Scott and Mark Kenyon.
 
CLAIMED is a podcast that provides women inspiration, tools and resources to embrace their wild, feminine nature so they can attract and keep a masculine man. We explore ideas and practical steps to create and sustain polarity in relationships and live a life of freedom, joy and creativity by fully stepping into our feminine power. On every episode you will hear inspiring conversations with real women (and men) about their experience with polarity, feminine/masculinity, leadership, relations ...
 
The Humans and Earth Podcast offers inspiration and practical resources to support healing our planet and ourselves. We interview Earth-aware wellness mentors, environmental regeneration experts, and teachers of Earth-based spirituality. Each episode features podcast guests’ optimistic visions of how it will feel to live on a restored planet. We’re ready to co-create with Earth to help her heal. We’ll heal ourselves in the process. Tune in for support for your New Earth journey.
 
Let's Write is about a simple question, "what if?" To which we respond, "I don't know, let's find out!" On this podcast, we take an idea for one of our "dream movies," and break it down from an in-depth storytelling standpoint. Over the course of the episode, we'll do our best to take a serious swing at figuring out each step of the story, and at the end of it, we'll hopefully have a pretty compelling idea for a script. Then, we'll turn that idea into a fully fleshed out treatment, and post ...
 
Zoweh's Exploring More Podcast is an invitation to conversations committed to sharing our discoveries of the wild and wonderful Kingdom of God… how it works, who we are in it, and the Love and Life that is constantly pursuing us. The Kingdom of God isn’t easy nor is everything in our story good—there are predators and parasites in the spiritual realm, another kingdom, the kingdom of darkness that exists and violently opposes our discovering and becoming more. Exploring More is hosted by Mich ...
 
Welcome to The Flowerlounge with Katie Hess! Here, you’ll listen to conversations with wildly creative people, and a little plant-loving wisdom, to help you experience life in full bloom. During the last 20 years of being flower alchemist + founder of LOTUSWEI - what I’ve witnessed is this: With the right mix of ancient wisdom practices combined with modern life hacks + a little plant wisdom (and flower power), we can wake up hidden talents + discover what we’re truly capable of - beyond our ...
 
After Animals uncovers trends and stories at the cutting edge of the global post-animal movement. What does a future look like, in which food, fashion and entertainment no longer have to exploit animals to be successful? In each episode, we share a remarkable and inspiring story about someone who is forging a more compassionate future for us all. After Animals seeks to activate a kinder, more compassionate world through innovation.
 
Sarah Brockman is a Mystic, Energy Worker and Embodied Ascension Guide. On Embodied Soul, she's here as your guide to catalyze your Divine remembrance of truth, wholeness and sovereignty. If you're inspired by what you've heard on the show, please leave a review, subscribe, and share Embodied Soul with a friend. Dive in deeper by visiting www.sarahbrockman.net.
 
Come and discover a whole new world of LostCasting with DharmaCast, a brand new PodCast hosted by two extremely wild and very crazy boys. Soar to new heights with Cody and Trevor as they try to unveil the secrets of LOST and attempt to host a PodCast that is normal and very un-freakishly cool. This podcast features: -Great conversations on the most random of subjects. -In depth theories on the secrets of LOST. -Delightful and tasteful humor -Storeis of LOST encounters told by the Locals of H ...
 
The variety and amount of fish we eat is shaped by history, culture and perception. Despite the uneven media coverage of the aquaculture industry, farmed fish is not only consumed more often than wild-caught, but the amount of farmed fish both eaten and produced is also set to increase year over year to ensure our growing population has food for the future. Join Contessa Kellogg-Winters of the Aquaculture Stewardship Council — the leading global certification for socially and environmentally ...
 
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Greg McHale, host of Greg McHale’s Wild Yukon joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about his philosophies surrounding physical fitness in the outdoors and life. In this episode, they talk about Greg’s origins in the Yukon, how to create Atomic Habits that increase your freedom throughout the day and the foundations of creating a healthy life. L…
 
Listen in as the Wild Idaho! Podcast takes a look at U.S. Congressman Mike Simpson’s Northwest in Transition concept, which charts a path forward for the Northwest. The proposal is bold, comprehensive, and urgently needed for Idahoans and the people of this region. Tune in as host Hannah Smay chats with ICL’s Salmon and Steelhead Advocacy Fellow Mi…
 
Travis speaks with Shane Mahoney from the Wild Harvest Initiative. Shane is an international authority on wildlife conservation and is a rare combination of scientist, historian and philosopher. Shane is a gifted orator and insightful thinker with a profound commitment to wild nature, rural societies, and to the sustainable use of the earth’s natur…
 
It’s Thursday — you know the drill. It’s time for a Farmer Rapid Fire. On today’s episode of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: John Wiebe Dykstra, of Salisbury, N.B. who runs a dairy operation and is hauling in pricey round bales; Josh Boersen, of Stratford, Ont., where they’re a lot further from putting corn in the... Read More…
 
We’re covering everything from cut worms to thousand kernel weights (and everything in between) when considering early season canola agronomy. Mike Hilhorst, grow team advisor with Federated Cooperatives Limited out of Westaskiwin, Alta. joins us for today’s RealAg LIVE! RealAg LIVE! streams every weekday at 3 pm E on Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Joe return with analysis on two varieties of Champions League: UEFA and CONCACAF! - Liverpool vs. Real Madrid: Los Blancos took advantage of the Reds’ lack of ‘electricity’ and bolted their way into the semifinals—despite missing several first-choice names. - Borussia Dortmund vs. Man City: Pep is back in the semis! We look at how …
 
It wasn’t so long ago that growers wouldn’t plant soybeans in April but times have changed as research continues to provide evidence of the yield benefits when planting early. Soybeans have also developed a reputation as pretty tough customers. And when growers add protection from a new generation of seed treatments they can expect strong emergence…
 
Michael Thompson, SJ Jennings, and Greg Sailors Jesus doesn’t just teach the words to pray, but the posture of the heart when entering into prayer. Prior to teaching the Lord’s prayer in Luke 11, the disciples in Luke 10 had experienced amazing victory as they prayed for people in Jesus’ name and they were healed. Jesus was cutting keys to the king…
 
About This Episode I was inspired by one of my client's stories in the private Claimed group and decided to share my thoughts about allowing men to show up in their masculine for you in dating. Here is what this episode is about: What to do if you're not clear on where you stand with a man The importance of a "dating funnel" - allowing multiple men…
 
The Athletic's Sam Stejskal answers Taylor's many, many questions about the MLS season to come. What's the deal with U22 Initiative (I hope you did your best Seinfeld impression on that one), how will Inter Miami deal with their four DP situation, rosters builds in Austin and Cincinnati, Chicharito's tenure (thus far) with the Galaxy, the problems …
 
Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, sponsored by Climate FieldView. For today’s line-up, you’ll hear: Margy Eckelkamp, editor of The Scoop, on agriculture retail trends, the adoption of ag tech, and more; A product spotlight with Andria Karstens of Climate FieldView; Debra Hauer of Canadian Agriculture Human Resource Council, on the c…
 
It’s a bird, it’s a plane… it’s a RealAg LIVE! on markets, that starts with talk of planes! In this episode of RealAg LIVE! host Kara Oosterhuis is joined by the founder of IntelliFarm, Brian Voth, to talk canola, basis, crush capacity, soybean acres, dry conditions, and flax. Don’t miss a new RealAg LIVE! every... Read More…
 
The crops are flying. Not literally, but the winter wheat is growing fast! This week’s Wheat Pete’s Word has explanations of what growing degree day accumulation will do for winter wheat, plus the downsides of the warmer weather in Ontario. Also, our host Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson explains what he means by “slow release rain”... Read More…
 
Ryan, Graham, and Joe combine to review much of Tuesday's UEFA and Concacaf Champions League action, starting with PSG vs. Bayern and Chelsea vs. Porto over in Europe before heading to Atlanta United vs. Alajuelense and the Portland Timbers vs. Marathón in the United States. UCL+CCL? Who could ask for more? Sponsors! Freshly is offering TSS listene…
 
Will precision planting pay when it comes to winter wheat yield? How do things like down force and row spacing contribute to a more uniform winter wheat stand? In this Wheat School episode, we’ve got our latest research update from the Follings Research Farm with Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson and Joanna Follings, cereals specialist with... Read More…
 
After a 30 month negotiation period between the longshoremen and their employer, as of April 13, there is a partial strike at the Port of Montreal. Greg Northey, vice president of corporate affairs with Pulse Canada, says the negotiations really picked up last summer when there was a total of 15 strikes, with one that... Read More…
 
Big trends are emerging in ag retail, with maximizing and consolidating being a few examples. What does an online purchase mean for a farmer and for ag retail? How has the pandemic affected ag retail in general? For today’s RealAg LIVE! host Shaun Haney is joined by Margy Eckelkamp, editor of The Scoop. RealAg LIVE!... Read More…
 
Welcome to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear from: Greg Northey, vice president of corporate affairs at Pulse Canada, on the partial strike at the Port of Montreal; Tyler Wist, field crops entomologist at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), on all things beneficial insects in our Pest & Predators podcast;... Rea…
 
Taylor and Joe are back with another Americans Abroad Round-Up! We start out by going deep on Bryan Reynolds' first-ever start for Roma, talking about the ins and outs of his performance, and highlighting things to watch for from Reynolds down the line. Then, it's on to some analysis of a handful of other young U.S. players who saw the field in Eur…
 
Brief Summary of Show: Travis speaks with Hank Shaw who is a James Beard Award-winning author and chef who focuses all his energies on wild foods: foraging, fishing and hunting. Travis and Hank discuss a wide array of topics including what causes some meats to taste gamey, strategies or game care, tips for the new hunter, angler and forager and how…
 
Monday really is all things agronomy here at RealAgriculture! Thanks for coming along for the ride. On tonight’s primetime episode of The Agronomists, host Lyndsey Smith is joined by guests Ken Currah of BASF, and Greg Stewart of Maizex Seeds. The trio tackle many of the key issues that are required to get the corn... Read More…
 
We’ve got a great Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio for you today. You’ll hear: Robyne Bowness Davidson, pulse crop specialist at Lakeland College, on the critical weed-free period and herbicide carryover; Matt Chapple, market development agronomist at PRIDE Seeds, on getting soybeans off to a good start; Joanna Follings, cereals specialist …
 
It’s Monday, and we’re talking agronomy! Today’s episode of RealAg LIVE! features Alana Serhan, market development agronomist with PRIDE Seeds. Host Shaun Haney and Serhan discuss how to maximize corn silage yield through agronomic practices, and ultimately, how to get the best return on investment. RealAg LIVE! streams every weekday at 3 pm E on..…
 
Starting the year off on the right foot requires a little bit of forethought and planning. When it comes to keeping a canola crop clean during the early stages of growth, there are some steps to take before even seeding the crop. Dr. Charles Geddes, research scientist in weed ecology and cropping systems at Agriculture... Read More…
 
As planters start rolling for the 2021 soybean season, growers will be managing many different planting environments — everything from conventional and minimum tillage to no-till and strip-till. Each management system will require different strategies but when properly executed (with a little cooperation from Mother Nature) they all have the potent…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham are here to cast an eye over the biggest matches of the weekend! - Real Madrid vs. Barcelona: Los Blancos triumphed in the rain in a highly entertaining Clasico, but how much does Zinedine Zidane ride his luck? - Tottenham vs. Man Utd: Jose Mourinho’s days in London appear numbered after Spurs dropped points from a winning p…
 
What if YOUR science class could provide valuable data to NASA? What if they could research new areas–with no “textbook” answers? And, what if students’ ultimate discoveries could benefit astronauts aboard the International Space Station? That’s exactly the opportunity which Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden’s Director of Education Amy Padolf has i…
 
California-based startup MeliBio is creating real honey that replicates AND actually improves upon bee-made honey—without ever exploiting or harming bees. In this eye-opening episode, CEO Darko Mandich tells us how MeliBio is creating vegan, bee-less honey that is based on the molecular composition of commercially available honey. MeliBio also plan…
 
The Trade and Climate Change conference was held virtually on April 7 to 9, 2021, and was a joint effort of U.S.-based Farm Foundation and the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI). The objective of the conference was to explore topics in the context of global trade, where climate change policies have become “increasingly ambitious and... Read…
 
Welcome to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio. Today’s episode features an issues panel with National PR’s Meagan Murdoch, and RealAgriculture’s Lyndsey Smith and Kelvin Heppner. The trio discuss: Making Canada an agriculture and agri-food superpower; The Liberal’s upcoming budget; The global wool market; How expats might become the next leaders. …
 
The effects of COVID-19 on agriculture were surprising, and some sectors of the industry were affected more than others — grain and oilseed operations fared much better than say, intensive horticulture crops, in terms of labour. For this RealAg LIVE! host Kara Oosterhuis is joined by Debra Hauer of the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council..…
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam dive into Inter Miami’s strange Designated Player situation, talk through various market inefficiencies within MLS, and highlight a pair of big signings in LA and Atlanta. Then, towards the end of the show, they touch on CCL. In case you’re wondering, Paul is still squarely aboard the Portland Ti…
 
Thanks for tuning into RealAg Radio. On this Thursday edition of the show we’ve got a Farmer Rapid Fire. You’ll hear from: Keisha Rose of North Lake, P.E.I., who grows and processes multiple varieties of table-stock potatoes; Charlene Wattam of Douglas, Ont., who cash crops 240 acres and is currently kidding meat goats; Andrea Elias... Read More…
 
Taylor, Ryan, and Joe review the two most recent UEFA Champions League quarterfinal games and talk through some of the CCL action from Wednesday evening. You can find full list of games discussed down below! 1) Bayern vs. PSG 2) Porto vs. Chelsea 3) Toronto FC vs. Léon 4) Philadelphia Union vs. Saprissa Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by..…
 
Depending on where you farm across the Prairies, you might have some concerns about herbicide carryover from the previous year, especially after a dry fall. “If you’re in some of the drier areas of the prairies, especially southern Alberta or across Saskatchewan, you might want to take a look at some of the herbicides you... Read More…
 
Michael Thompson, SJ Jennings, and Greg Sailors delve into debunking prayer. Many words have been associated with prayer - obligation, formality, repetitive, holy... We remember simplistic prayers from our childhood such as "Now I lay me down to sleep." What is the right way to pray anyway? Is it a formula? In this discuss the team suggests, "Our p…
 
Every single woman who joins my group coaching program CLAIMED brings a new perspective, a new backstory, and ultimately a new success story! Here is an interview with one of these women, Laura Elizabeth. "I feel so much more like I stand strong in my decisions. Even if I look back and think, 'Oh, I could have done it differently,' I don't beat mys…
 
The Liberal party’s national policy convention is this week, and as part of the organization’s annual meeting, resolutions can be brought forward from electoral districts across the country. Kody Blois, member of parliament for Kings-Hants, acts as chair of the Rural Liberal Caucus; and as someone from Atlantic Canada’s agricultural heartland, unde…
 
The Canadian Dairy XPO runs today and tomorrow of this week. It’s not too late to register for day two! For this Wednesday edition of RealAg LIVE! Jordon Underhill of the Canadian Dairy XPO joins host Shaun Haney to talk about XPO and all things dairy. Don’t miss an episode of RealAg LIVE! A new... Read More…
 
Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, which is brought to you by Ducks Unlimited Canada. On the show today you’ll hear: Kody Blois, Member of Parliament for Kings-Hants, on a new resolution for promoting Canadian ag; Paul Thoroughgood, of Ducks Unlimited, joins us for a spotlight interview; and, Joe Glauber, former chief economist... Re…
 
Whether it’s in the too-dry conditions in the west, or the quite warm conditions of the east, farmers are getting rolling on some field work and seeding. This week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word is all about answering the question of “if it’s time” — is it time for more or all the N? Is... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
 
When we talk about trade, often times we talk about market access, tariff rate quotes, and other technical aspects. Climate change and carbon programing isn’t necessarily something that always comes to mind. Ted Bilyea of the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI), says there are currently big unknowns surrounding trade and climate change; part…
 
The winter wheat stand has greened up, come out of winter, and the growing degree days are accumulating, which has many thinking about a nitrogen application. “People are getting out, they’re looking at the number of plants per row, they’re checking for tillers, do they need to put their nitrogen on, can they wait,” says... Read More…
 
Taylor, Graham, and Joe combine their intercontinental minds to review Tuesday's two UEFA Champions League quarterfinals and two of Tuesday night's Concacaf Champions League games! You can find the full list of games discussed down below: 1) Real Madrid vs. Liverpool 2) Manchester City vs. Borussia Dortmund 3) Portland Timbers vs. Marathón 4) Atlan…
 
When it comes to weed control, getting it right is key for edible bean success. University of Guelph research shows, on average, weed interference can cause yield losses up to 56 per cent compared to 50 per cent in corn and 36 per cent in soybeans. When comparing edible beans and soybeans, U of G... Read More…
 
The StHealthy Hunter, Ryan Lampers joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to dig into the details of Spring Bear Season. In this episode, Ryan shares his daughter’s first successful deer harvest and how to get children into hunting. The episode wouldn’t be complete without chatting about the imminent approach of Spring Bear Season. Ryan and Sam discuss b…
 
Welcome to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear: Ted Bilyea of CAPI, to talk about an upcoming meeting on trade and climate change; Pierre Petelle, president and CEO of CropLife Canada, on Health Canada’s decision on two neonicotinoid group active ingredients; Meagan Murdoch of National Public Relations, on the politica…
 
If just the mention of chicken wings and chicken sandwiches make you hungry, you’re going to want to hop onto this edition of RealAg LIVE! Chicken Farmers of Ontario’s Mike Nailor joins host Shaun Haney for an interesting discussion on how the chicken value chain works, how the value chain adapted to COVID-19 changes, and... Read More…
 
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