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Best Farm Journal podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Farm Journal podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
Updated June 2020
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Pro Farmer Washington Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer separates the news from the noise in Washington, distilling the week's news in agriculture down to the developments that will impact your farm and your community. Wiesemeyer, along with host and Farm Journal News Director John Herath, hits the highlights of the week before turning to interview the key ag leaders and lobbyists in D.C.
The latest agricultural news and interviews for Manitoba and Western Canada.
Welcome to the Machinery Pete Podcast hosted by Greg Peterson, known to the industry as Machinery Pete. For over 30 years, Greg has been a trusted source of knowledge in the farming equipment industry. Starting with a gut feeling, Greg set off to bring more and better data to the agriculture space. He’s been a voice you can trust, no matter where you’re listening or reading. In this podcast, Greg will be sharing stories and conversations from around the industry. The kinds of conversations t ...
AgriTalk PM with Chip Flory - the radio talk show focused on the markets ever weekday. Cut through the confusion and find the market clarity with Chip Flory.
Discussion of agricultural news and rural affairs from Ireland's leading farming and agri-business newspaper, the Irish Farmers' Journal. Every Wednesday.
Weekly podcasts from Science Magazine, the world's leading journal of original scientific research, global news, and commentary.
A weekly commentary on some of the biggest issues facing agriculture and rural America. From the farm economy to new ag technology, to rural healthcare, rural living and raising good kids, Farm Sense takes a common sense approach to tackling real-life problems. Guests will join host Clinton Griffiths to discuss these poignant topics and offer a perspective on their expertise and life experiences.
Discover what comes next with this in-depth look at how science and technology are revolutionizing the way we live, work and play. Join our award-winning team of journalists as we crisscross the country to interview the leaders and luminaries reshaping our world.
The AgPro podcast hosts conversations with retailers and industry leaders on top-of-mind topics affecting ag retail today and in the future
Mairead Lavery from the Farmers Journal joins the show to talk about what's is happening on the farms around the country each week.
Ohio's Country Journal and Ohio Ag Net are focused on bringing Ohio farmers the latest news in agriculture. Through our podcast, we deliver more conversational pieces, reaching more in-depth to the events and happenings in Ohio ag.
HPJ Talk is a weekly podcast featuring commentary and news for farmers, ranchers, and those who live and work in the High Plains. #RideWithUs
A podcast about the unicorns of American Agriculture: first generation farmers, and the guts, grit, determination and business prowess required to be one.
Hear what Pioneer agronomists in various areas of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour are seeing in their areas.
Surprising stories from unusual places. With ideas too big for a single episode, The Compass presents mini-series about the environment and politics, culture and society.
Join Chip Flory of AgriTalk and Pro Farmer's Brian Grete and Jeff Wilson each night of the Midwest Crop Tour as they break down the day's numbers and analyze the field conditions seen on that day of scouting fields.
We are a general farm and ranch organization that has roots of representing family farmers, ranchers and rural Oklahomans since 1905. Our focus extends beyond plows and cows as we address consumer issues and offer insurance coverage for all Oklahomans.
The landscape of agriculture continues to change. From policy challenges to the headwinds of production agriculture today, it’s powerful women in agriculture leading some of the charges to create change that matters to not only farmers and ranchers, but also hits the heart of rural America. Join U.S. Farm Report Host Tyne Morgan as she highlights some of the women making a difference in agriculture. Not only will she highlight the grit it takes to make the changes happen, but also help paint ...
If we're headed down a path that's leading us to environmental degradation, dehumanization, and disconnection from the things that matter most, simultaneously endangering our earth's clean water, clean air, and biodiversity, then we must ask boldly: What for? Illuminating our paths to ecological regeneration, intersectional sustainability, and true abundance and wellness for all, Green Dreamer with Kamea Chayne is a podcast and multimedia journal for those who are yearning to live with vital ...
Thorax, the official journal of the British Thoracic Society, publishes influential clinical and experimental research in respiratory medicine, paediatrics, immunology, pharmacology, pathology, and surgery. The focus is on work that advances scientific understanding and impacts clinical practice. http://thorax.bmj.com/ * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute fo ...
Sharing stories & insights about cannabis. The Grow Street Journal Podcast gives a voice to those all over the world, from all walks of life, that believe cannabis should be available as a medicine to all who could benefit from it.
Latino USA offers insight into the lived experiences of Latino communities and is a window on the current and merging cultural, political and social ideas impacting Latinos and the nation.
Join Texas music journalist Erik Casarez for a weekly podcast that invites artists to take deep dives into their favorite songs and perform them live in studio.
A critical look at new technologies, new approaches and new ways of thinking, from politics to media to environmental sustainability.
The Journal Star’s Steve Tarter will cover a wide range of subjects with interviews of a variety of central Illinois residents in upcoming podcasts. Tarter, who’s served as business editor since 2011, has written extensively about local business, financial and media issues in the Journal Star as well as dispensing a wide-ranging blog. Upcoming subjects are likely to include comic books, film noir, classical music and radio-TV.
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This podcast is based on the blog at http://unseen-beauty.com and in it I talk about my favourite beauty products, new discoveries, places I've been and websites that I've reviewed, all from the perspective of someone who is blind.
CBC Radio's The Current is a meeting place of perspectives with a fresh take on issues that affect Canadians today.
Vance Crowe interviews fascinating people others overlook. His guests are smart, driven and disciplined- most of them have never done an interview so this is their chance to explain who they are and what they do. Subjects span from financing, chemistry, architecture, medicine, agriculture, and many other subjects.
This is a collection of short (15 minute or less readings) works in English suitable for a coffee break at work or a short commuter ride. The theme for this collection is Nature in various genres -- fiction and non-fiction. Botany, geology, biology, astronomy; flowers, (meteor) showers, bugs, slugs, frogs, dogs, cats, bats -- you name it, as long as it's public domain and between 3 and 15 minutes long.(Summary by BellonaTimes)
Dad's Diary is taken from selected journal entries and blog posts written by a husband of one and father of four over the last 20 years. Full of humour and honesty, the show looks at fatherhood and how a family of six left inner city London for a small farm full of animals 12,000 miles away in New Zealand. New Zealand Pocket Radio is a grassroots podcast network located in Woodhill, New Zealand and with a focus on local programming, oral history and human-interest podcasts.
A collaborative, daily horror storytelling series created by Craig Groshek and presented by Chilling Tales for Dark Nights. The ongoing series is hosted by Steve Taylor, with performances each and every day provided courtesy of a hand-picked team of talented narrators. The current line-up includes: Chilling Tales for Dark Nights, Dr. Creepen, Kristin Holland's Nocturnal Transmissions, ClancyPasta, Ronnie Dickison's The Dark Somnium, G.M. Danielson, and Otis Jiry.
Check out WTMJ's key storytelling and our best interviews, including our Sunday WTMJ Conversations show.
Jenny Kane, who covers marijuana for the USA TODAY Network, examines America's shift toward legalizing marijuana by telling the stories of the people who are living it: pot farmers, rural sheriffs, a professional mountain biker, a Cordon Bleu cannabis chef. In each episode, Jenny talks to them about how their jobs, lives and dreams have changed as more of America is legalizing the country's most controversial herb. You don't have to be a stoner to listen. We're not. We're just interested in ...
A young carpenter falls in love with the village beauty. She, however, has set her sights on a dashing army captain who's the son of the wealthy local squire. Meanwhile, a beautiful and virtuous young woman preacher arrives in the village. What happens to these people and the strange twists and turns that their lives take are described in the rest of the book. Adam Bede was George Eliot's first published novel. Published in 1859, the book has remained a firm favorite with readers and academi ...
Life before, during and after the holocaust with Buchenwald survivor, Melvin Federbush.In hour 5 of this series, he reveals his harrowing experiences while in Nazi occupied Poland. Melvin Federbush was born in Deblin, Poland, July 1923. He attended Cheder and Yeshiva as well as high school. Within eight days of Hitler's invasion of Poland, his parents and nine year old twin sisters were killed during a bombing attack. Melvin was taken prisoner during the Nazi occupation and forced to live in ...
This week we hear about how to juggle feeding farm workers ‘the dinner’ while respecting social distancing.By Irish Farmers Journal
06-06-20 Money Talk
06-06-20 Fox World Travel Show
06-06-20 Matt Mueller, Film Critic & Pop Culture Editor from OnMilwaukee.com
06-06-20 Small Business Showcase: Claire Lauer - CL Content Marketing
06-06-20 WWMN Tim Wegge, Owner of Burlington RV Superstore
06-06-20 WWMN Jordan Anderson
A number of local businesses have sustained damage during the recent community protests. Lisa Schiller from the Better Business Bureau serving Wisconsin has suggestions if your business has been affected.
06-06-20 WWMN Milwaukee Art Museum Kid's Sunday
06-06-20 WWMN Mark Kass, Editor-In-Chief of the Milwaukee Business Journal
-In the intro to the show, Jasmin and Mariann discuss the Black Lives Matter protests currently happening all over the country, how animal activism and veganism are connected to all social justice movements and activism, and Jasmin's exciting new project with Encompass. We also continue our Supporting Vegan Businesses program by shouting out Simply…
In this episode of HPJ Talk, Jenni and Kylene discuss this year's upcoming Cattle U & Trade Show, how faith influences thoughts about food, and interview Dr. Miles Theurer (VRCS Research Veterinarian) about herd health for feed yards and stockers. All that and markets too! #RideWithUs Important Links: Alta Seeds Cattle U & Trade Show Wheat/Sorghum …
Ted Seifried of Zaner Ag Hedge fills in for Chip Flory this afternoon and his guest is Naomi Blohm of Total Farm Marketing. They discuss virtually all of the ag markets. Plus Davis Michaelsen updates us with this week's Friday Farm Fuels & Fertilizer Report.By Farm Journal Media
This week on DC Signal to Noise, Pro Farmer Policy Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer has the story behind that awkward moment when President Trump out of nowhere proposed a ban on cattle imports while announcing details of the Coronavirus Food Aid Program. This week's podcast also offers a deeper look at the court ruling that removed dicamba from the market a…
Lord Ridley is back! He has a new book out "How Innovation Works: And Why It Flourishes in Freedom" and he tells me all about how peer review has broken down, how Europe got the potato and why kings would ban coffee houses (to stop gossip). Also we talk about the Dicamba ban on soybeans. It was a fun interview! To buy Matt Ridley's "How Innovation …
Some hog producers have been forced to euthanize hogs due to a lack of markets and nowhere to go with market ready hogs. There was some help with the CFAP program but many are awaiting assistance through a potential HEROES Act. Kevin Hugoson is our guest as we discuss how pork producers can survive the current crisis.…
The tiny, flying creatures carry all sorts of viruses but don't get sick. How do they do that? We meet the researchers who are mapping bat genomes and studying the animal's ability to fend off inflammation. What they find could help humans better combat the next pandemic. Special thanks to Bradley Klein for allowing us to use his bat call sounds. H…
Milwaukee Common Council President Cavalier Johnson on Wisconsin's Morning News
In the early 1990s, Willie Perdomo was a teenager growing up in East Harlem. He saw and experienced firsthand a tumultuous moment in New York City, including the crack epidemic and the consequences of the war on drugs. In his latest book of poetry, "The Crazy Bunch," Perdomo wrangles with that history and the ghosts of that time. Latino USA's Anton…
A series of violent interactions between police and members of the Indigenous community have sparked outrage and concern. We speak to advocates and legal experts about the systemic issues behind the violence and the lives affected.
We talk to Indian music superstar Sona Mohapatra about the new documentary on her boundary-pushing career. It’s called Shut Up Sona, but she has no intention.
Infection rates of COVID-19 are slower across Africa than in the rest of the world. We ask Dr. Ahmed Ogwell, deputy director of the African Centres for Disease Control, why that might be.
Is time running out on Canada’s bid for a seat on the UN security council? We talk to Canada’s permanent representative to the UN Marc-Andre Blanchard.
In this behind-the-scenes (BTS) episode we talk with Clarenda (daughter of Clarence and Brenda) “Farmer Cee” Stanley of Green Heffa Farms! Green Heffa Farms is a medicinal plant farm and learning laboratory that is dedicated to teaching community members, with a focus on women of color, about food production, resource management, gardening, and med…
Our #PORKWeek coverage extends to today's afternoon show as well. We have Scott Brown of the University of Missouri join us and discuss the hog industry, starting with the demand destruction back in March, through today with the improving slaughter numbers, and a look at what the future may have in store. Plus Farm Journal seeds and production edit…
First up this week, Staff Writer Meredith Wadman talks with host Sarah Crespi about how male sex hormones may play a role in higher levels of severe coronavirus infections in men. New support for this idea comes from a study showing high levels of male pattern baldness in hospitalized COVID-19 patients.Read all our coronavirus coverage.Next, Jason …
Police officers in many western countries now dress like paramilitaries. Special police units are being trained and organised along military lines and issued with military-grade weapons. Is this creeping “militarisation” justified and what are the future implications for the effectiveness of policing in democratic societies?…
Hundreds of farm workers have now tested positive for COVID-19, and a 31-year-old migrant worker died Saturday. We discuss how to protect the people growing our food.
A year after the final report of the MMIWG inquiry, families say the lack of federal action is another broken promise. We talk to Meggie Cywink, a special advisor and liaison for families during the inquiry, and Nahanni Fontaine, the NDP MLA for St. Johns in Manitoba. Matt Galloway also asks Minister of Crown and Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennet…
Three months into the pandemic, there is frustration among people with disabilities that they’re getting left behind by government programs. We talk to people living with disabilities about support, employment opportunities, and what needs to change.
When the Taliban took power in Afghanistan, anything blasphemous — books, art — was burned. But a treasure trove of film survived, dating back to the earliest days of cinema. We talk to director Ariel Nasr, who has made the surviving pictures the subject of his documentary, The Forbidden Reel.
Dan Hueber of The Hueber Report returns to discuss equities, logistics of re-tooling the supply chain, the potential long-term effects of this pandemic to the economy, and the hog market (it IS #PORKWeek, after all). Plus, Todd "Bubba" Horwitz of bubbatrading.com.By Farm Journal Media
A barn burner of an interview, Jeremy LaKosh runs an assisted living facility in Illinois and has written a book discussing how government bureaucracies and unions are preventing the adoption of technology and strategies that would enable care. Rare interview from a mild mannered guy. LaKosh is the author of the book, "A Government's Guide to Explo…
Mairead Lavery From the Farmers Journal joins Sean for this weeks farming news.
06-02-20 WTMJ Nights w/ Scott Warras
Is democracy under threat in America? National Review columnist John Fund and Professor of History Ruth Ben-Ghiat discuss.
At the root of the current Black Lives Matter protests in Canada and the United States is a chasm of mistrust between many in black communities and the police. Ottawa Police Chief Peter Sloly discusses calls for policing reform, and how trust might be rebuilt.