Best agribusiness podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness
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Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
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Down to Agribusiness
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Hear from leading industry experts across the value chain on the latest topics and trends affecting global agribusiness. We cover the topics you need to hear about in agribusiness from all angles, including agri commodities and food, seed and crop protection, fertilizers, and policy and regulation.
 
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Spark: Women in Agribusiness
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Listen to Spark: Women in Agribusiness podcasts developed by Paulsen President Sara Steever to learn about the careers of successful women in ag.
 
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Agribusiness Academy Podcast
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Conversations with global thought leaders and experts in the food and agribusiness sector, brought to you by Agribusiness Academy
 
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AGRIBUSINESS REPORT PODCAST – Guest: Val Dolcini is President and CEO of the Pollinator Partnership (former Administrator of USDA’s Farm Service Agency in Washington, DC) and talks about Pollinator Week, the North American Mite-A-Thon and Congressional briefings on Capitol Hill http://www.ParamountBroadcasting.com/audio/podcasts/20170623ABR.mp3…
 
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South Australia Country Hour
 
Agribusiness company Webster sells almost 22,000 megalitres of water for $78 million and plans to convert to a sheep operation, new Bovine Johne's Disease regulations come into force on July 1 and does a cold beer with freshly squeezed orange juice tickle your fancy - some Riverland brewers hope so.
 
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South Australia Country Hour
 
Agribusiness company Webster sells almost 22,000 megalitres of water for $78 million and plans to convert to a sheep operation, new Bovine Johne's Disease regulations come into force on July 1 and does a cold beer with freshly squeezed orange juice tickle your fancy - some Riverland brewers hope so.
 
The UK and EU have now commenced the so-called Article 50 negotiations that will determine how the UK exits the European Union, and what the future relationship between the two will be. Prime Minister Theresa May's call for a snap election to ‘Strengthen the hand of the government' has backfired, and she's in a much more precarious situation bo ...…
 
RaboResearch analyst Wes Lefroy is just back from attending the Australian Farm Institute conference 'Harvesting the Benefits of Digital Agriculture’ in Melbourne. He is joined by Tim Hunt to discuss the key themes from the conference and the implications for farmers.
 
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Farm Journal: AgDay
 
The president resets Cuba relations once again. From federal to state levels, improving the economy of rural America. It’s a critical element to Tennessee’s future: rural economic development. In agribusiness, prepping for the week ahead. Machinery Pete looks at forage equipment. Kansas students are figuring out ways to reduce runoff.…
 
The Southern Australian milk prices for 2017/18 have been announced. Murray Goulburn has reverted to a traditional pricing model, while other processors chose to break rank. But is this a watershed moment for the industry? And how do local milk prices compare to Rabobank’s expectations... and to global peers?…
 
Orion Samuelson covers a week of losses on Wall Street, along with a surprise deal, as the summer season starts. Later, Max Armstrong checks in with Ryan Yonkman of Rice Dairy. Finally, Orion covers the week in agribusiness.
 
Orion Samuelson covers a week of losses on Wall Street, along with a surprise deal, as the summer season starts. Later, Max Armstrong checks in with Ryan Yonkman of Rice Dairy. Finally, Orion covers the week in agribusiness.
 
In part two of the global trade policy series, Chris Horseman and Roger Bernard return to look at international policy from the perspective of the UK and the EU. With Brexit shaking up the European Union, are we heading for a new paradigm in which long-term expansion in international trade is no longer a political priority?…
 
The biggest agribusiness get together of its kind in the southern hemisphere, starts today.National Fieldays at Hamilton's Mystery Creek, last year generated $430 million for the New Zealand economy.CEO Peter Nation told Rachel Smalley over the last 48 years they have looked at challenges for the rural community."Last year we opened the careers ...…
 
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Northern Territory Country Hour
 
Australian-Chinese owned North Australian Cattle Company has sent its first shipment of livestock since it was sold by agribusiness giant Elders; The head of a rural employment agency says demand for station jobs has increased dramatically, and the livestock industry is the busiest he's ever seen it; The Ord Irrigation Cooperative in Kununurra ...…
 
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South Australia Country Hour
 
After smashing a new record last year, Australia's crop production's expected to settle back to more average levels this season, But with all this dry weather South Australia's grain markets are starting to reflect the conditions across the Eyre Peninsula, according to local agribusiness consultant, a Victorian volunteer firefighter who contrac ...…
 
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South Australia Country Hour
 
After smashing a new record last year, Australia's crop production's expected to settle back to more average levels this season, But with all this dry weather South Australia's grain markets are starting to reflect the conditions across the Eyre Peninsula, according to local agribusiness consultant, a Victorian volunteer firefighter who contrac ...…
 
An agribusiness expert is warning our dairy industry is producing the wrong type of milk.Keith Woodford said A2 milk is becoming increasingly popular overseas... and our industry risks being left behind if it doesn't switch over.The Lincoln University agribusiness professor says the other variant, A1, affects the digestive system differently.Mr ...…
 
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WGN Radio - The Markets with Orion Samuelson
 
Orion opens the show by announcing his return to Chicago and covering this week on Wall Street. Later, Max talks to Dr. Steve Meyers of EMI Analytics. Finally, Orion closes the show with a close look at Agribusiness.
 
Orion opens the show by announcing his return to Chicago and covering this week on Wall Street. Later, Max talks to Dr. Steve Meyers of EMI Analytics. Finally, Orion closes the show with a close look at Agribusiness.
 
Blake Holgate and Angus Gidley-Baird discuss the latest developments in the global red meat export market, and assess what this means for both the short and long term prospects of New Zealand beef and lamb.
 
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RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness
 
While the hype around Digital Agriculture is high, farmer adoption has remained low. Wes Lefroy and Ken Zuckerberg discuss the barriers to adoption and the future of digital farming, and in particular the report ‘Bungle in the AgTech Jungle’.
 
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Mrs. Green's World
 
Diann Peart, PhD, Principal and Visionary, Truce Imagine a company whose core values include making cleaning products that are not at all harmful to your health or the health of the planet IN ANY WAY? Imagine a company that is honest and completely transparent with their customers, vendors and suppliers. Imagine a company that values wisdom and ...…
 
Chickpeas are an attractive option for Australian growers, as strong Indian demand drives high prices for export. However, potential shifts in Indian purchases and domestic disease risks create an uncertain price outlook. Cheryl Kalisch Gordon and Charlie Clack provide Rabobank’s view on prices in the 12-month period.…
 
This week on The Ohio Ag Net Podcast, brought to you by AgriGold, Dale Minyo, Matt Reese, Bart Johnson and Ty Higgins discuss the U.S. pulling out of the Paris Accord and how one agribusiness is helping guide new and young farmers in a profitable direction. Matt Reese visits with Robyn S. Wilson, PhD. She is an Associate Professor of Risk Analy ...…
 
Griffith is a regional city with impressive industries, Yellow Tail wine for one. Each day container-loads of its product leave the area by train bound for the export market. This thriving business uses more power than a small town - and it will need even more as it continues to grow. Enter the town’s new large scale solar farm, currently under ...…
 
Representatives of industries such as finance, agribusiness, retail and sport have joined suicide-prevention experts and academics for a National Stop Suicide Summit in Sydney. Hosted by Lifeline Australia, the summit was held to ...(आत्महत्यायों की रोकथाम के लिये, पिछले महीने सिडनी में एक नेशनल स्टॉप सुसाइड सम्मेलन हुआ। और इसकाउद्देश्य था कि इ ...…
 
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Western Australia Country Hour
 
Australia is on track to plant 22 million hectares of winter crops this year, but total tonnage will be down due to seasonal conditionsDry weather this lambing season has left many Western Australian sheep farmers anxious about what the future holds and the Department of Agriculture and Food will hold a series of workshops to urge producers to ...…
 
Today we're talking to my friend and Stamford, Texas attorney, James Decker. As you will see today, there is no one I know who loves Texas. Allsup's burritos, and the law more than James! James grew up in Stamford, Texas and after receiving his Agribusiness degree from Texas A&M and law degree from Texas Tech University, he returned home and hu ...…
 
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Western Australia Country Hour
 
Wellard Limited announced it will to sell off an export vessel, the Ocean Outback, but CEO Mauro Balzarini says the sale will not reduce capacity because the company launched the world's largest livestock export vessel 12 months agoAgribusiness Elders has sold its live export business the North Australian Cattle Company to Hong Kong-based Zhous ...…
 
https://earthwiseradio.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/EW-06-01-17-Increasing-Biological-Invasions.mp3 Invasive species have been a problem for quite some time. Over the years, we have grappled with – among other things – invasive plants from Japan, zebra mussels from eastern Europe, and Asian fungus that kills off ash trees in our forests. Rece ...…
 
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Northern Territory Country Hour
 
Agribusiness Elders has officially divested from the live export business, with the announcement of a buyer for its live export logistics business, North Australian Cattle Company; Livestock Exporter Wellard announced this morning it's going to sell off one of its vessels to help pay $16 million off its debts; Dr Ross Ainsworth, former head of ...…
 
Increased and ongoing volatility, industry developments such as objective carcase measurement and the marketing of specific product characteristics mean managing price, quantity and quality are now more important than ever. Forward marketing agreements provide an ability to manage these risks and need to become a more common part of the beef in ...…
 
Disappointing cotton yields have spelt concerns for many Australian growers but, in our view, there is still much to be optimistic about. Wes Lefroy is joined by Charlie Clack to talk prices for Australian cotton in the 12 month period and beyond; a podcast to compliment Rabobank’s latest ‘Australian Cotton Outlook’ research note.…
 
Steve Alexander, in for Orion, covers another active week on Wall Street including a quick rebound after a one-day dive. Steve also checks in with Susan Schmidt of Westwood Holdings. Later, Max Armstrong sits down with a special guest to discuss this year’s planting trends. Finally, Steve Alexander closes the show with a recap of this weeks Agr ...…
 
Steve Alexander, in for Orion, covers another active week on Wall Street including a quick rebound after a one-day dive. Steve also checks in with Susan Schmidt of Westwood Holdings. Later, Max Armstrong sits down with a special guest to discuss this year’s planting trends. Finally, Steve Alexander closes the show with a recap of this weeks Agr ...…
 
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Farm Journal: AgDay
 
Wild spring weather is destroying drought...and flooding out fields. The Kansas wheat tour wraps up--we'll share the final tally. In agribusiness...looking at interest rates. Farm Journal College TV says know your hybrids.By Farm Journal Media (Broadcast Division).
 
We typically associate liver disease with alcoholism. But the liver functions as a filter, and over time it can be damaged by certain pharmaceuticals and even food. In fact, research suggests a strong correlation between undiagnosed celiac disease and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). The Gluten Free RN shares a number of case studies in wh ...…
 
In this episode, Global Strategist Stefan Vogel discusses the highlights of the Agri Commodity Markets Research (ACMR) monthly report of May 2017, available on the RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness website.The S&P Agri Index remained unchanged so far in May, with the US Dollar Index down 2%. Startling political developments in Brazil caused a 3% ...…
 
Guests in the studio:Co-host: Sara Epperson, CPAG (Child Poverty Action Group)Paul Dalziel, Professor of Economics, Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, Lincoln University Helen Leahy, CEO, Te Putahitanga,Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency for Te Wai Pounamu
 
We will begin with our Power to the People segment, sharing opportunities for engagement. Then we will spend some time ron the question: activism for or activism against? Is there a danger in activism AGAINST? The March Against Monsanto was against many contemporary agribusiness practices, but it was also FOR many things: the bees, our health, ...…
 
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