Best farmers and agriculture podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Fresh & Local Podcast - Minneapolis Farmers Market
 
The Minneapolis Farmers Market presents a weekly 15-minute podcast focused on fresh and local foods. Host Susan Berkson talks with growers, food experts and chefs to deliver content for healthy living, food safety and unique meal ideas - sure to transform you into a savvy farmers market shopper. Fresh and Local will teach you how to shop the market, store the food you buy there and prepare delicious dishes. This show is perfect for moms, food bloggers, foodies, gardeners, or aspiring chefs.
 
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Farm Marketing Solutions
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Agricultural & Farm Marketing Solutions for Family Farmers
 
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Farm To Table Talk
Weekly
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
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Podcasts – Philip Shaw
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If you are interested in Agriculture, Business, Farming, or Journalism subscribe to Philip Shaw's weekly Podcast. Philip Shaw's work is published across Canada and the United States. He is an accomplished speaker, journalist, commodity market commentator, agricultural economist and farmer from Ontario Canada.
 
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Hoosier Ag Today Podcast
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Agricultural News for farmers covering crop, planting forecast, agricultural weather, agricultural policies, politics, agricultural science, and everything related to farming news.
 
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Back to the Roots Podcast
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Connecting people with organic farmers across the country, from Amish country to farmers on the West coast. Join us as we travel back to the agricultural roots and have conversations whose livelihood is organic agriculture.
 
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Acres U.S.A.
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Acres U.S.A.: Promoting and leading the world's eco-agriculture farmers.
 
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Farm & Rural Ag Network
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The best agricultural podcast content around the internet. Hear from farmer, ranchers, entrepreneurs, and titans of agribusiness about the issues facing modern agriculture.
 
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Irish Farmers Journal Weekly Podcast
 
Discussion of agricultural news and rural affairs from Ireland's leading farming and agri-business newspaper, the Irish Farmers' Journal. Every Thursday.
 
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Blog - Farm Marketing Solutions
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The Growing Farms Podcast is your weekly behind the scenes look at family farms from across the United States. The GFP follows my start in agriculture as I seek advice from farmers from all over the land. I share my expertise in farm marketing, small farm business, and farming as a career while operating a farm myself. The best way to learn how to farm is through other farmers. The guiding principle of the GFP is the documenting and free sharing of information. Whether you have been farming ...
 
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IRRI Radio
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IRRI, or the International Rice Research Institute, is a nonprofit independent research and training organization. IRRI is a member of the CGIAR Consortium.IRRI develops new rice varieties and rice crop management techniques that help rice farmers improve the yield and quality of their rice in an environmentally sustainable way. We work with our public and private sector partners in national agricultural research and extension systems in major rice-growing countries to do research, training, ...
 
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GirlsTalkAg podcast
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An agronomist, farmer and cash trader get real and tackle current events in agriculture.
 
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Idaho Farm Bureau's Podcast
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ALL the Agriculture news important to Idaho Farmers, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each week the Idaho Farm Bureau brings you Ag news and feature stories focusing on news farmers can use, not to mention compelling features about Idaho Farmers and Ranchers. The Idaho Farm Bureau is the Voice of Idaho Agriculture with more than 60-thousand members and 13-thousand farm families.
 
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Ohio's Country Journal & Ohio Ag Net
 
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.
 
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Trellis to Table
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Trellis to Table is a weekly interview podcast talking with farmers, brewers, craft beer enthusiasts and other beer agriculture experts. We're working to build advocacy for small farms in the exploding craft beer market, helping people grow their business, improve their crops and brews, and build a community around farm brewing. New episodes every Thursday.
 
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Census of Agriculture Audio Broadcasts
 
The Census of Agriculture, taken every five years, is a complete count of U.S. farms and ranches and the people who operate them. The Census looks at land use and ownership, operator characteristics, production practices, income and expenditures and many other areas. For America's farmers and ranchers, the Census of Agriculture is their voice, their future and their responsibility.
 
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What the Farm?!
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Two aspiring farmers discuss their agricultural misadventures as they tackle the challenge of establishing a 3-acre farm in rural Virginia and an urban backyard farm in Oakland, California. Learn about goats, turkeys, bugs, compost, crops, chickens, worms and more as our farms grow. Be inspired. If we can do it, so can you. We have no idea what we're doing. Updates every other Wednesday.
 
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Fallow/Lab
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Fallow Lab is a year-long journey of exploring better balance between our virtual and actual lives. Inspired by the Jewish Shmita tradition, this journey reinterprets the biblical agricultural practive of a year of release to the land and to the farmer, reapplied for today''s social, economic and digital reality. Our ancestors worked the land, lived its cycled and knew when to let go, release and renew. Our landscaped of labor exist more and more virtually. Can we extend the logic of the old ...
 
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Blog - Farm Marketing Solutions
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The Growing Farms Podcast is your weekly behind the scenes look at family farms from across the United States. The GFP follows my start in agriculture as I seek advice from farmers from all over the land. I share my expertise in farm marketing, small farm business, and farming as a career while operating a farm myself. The best way to learn how to farm is through other farmers. The guiding principle of the GFP is the documenting and free sharing of information. Whether you have been farming ...
 
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Deep Roots Radio
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Saturdays, 9:00-9:30AM Central, live interviews with guests who help connect the dots between what we eat and how it's grown. Sylvia Burgos Toftness - New York City girl turned 100% grass-fed beef farmer - chats with ranchers, farmers, scientists and educators, film makers, policymakers, marketers, chefs and authors - all describing the linkages between soil health and nutrition, agricultural practice and financial sustainability, animal welfare and environmental restoration, sustainable agr ...
 
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Blog - Farm Marketing Solutions
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The Growing Farms Podcast is your weekly behind the scenes look at family farms from across the United States. The GFP follows my start in agriculture as I seek advice from farmers from all over the land. I share my expertise in farm marketing, small farm business, and farming as a career while operating a farm myself. The best way to learn how to farm is through other farmers. The guiding principle of the GFP is the documenting and free sharing of information. Whether you have been farming ...
 
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AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds
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A monthly podcast from AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds, bringing you a round-up of our arable farming news from across the UK.Hear from staff, farmers we work with, and other agricultural experts on our levy-funded research, Monitor Farm projects, market intelligence and more.
 
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In Her Boots Podcasts
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The In Her Boots Podcast champions and celebrates the collaborative spirit of women farmers cultivating the sustainable and organic agriculture movement. Brought to you by the award-winning Rural Women’s Project, a venture of the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES). Join host Lisa Kivirist of Inn Serendipity Farm and B&B and the author of Soil Sisters: A Toolkit for Women Farmers for ideas and inspiration to fuel female farmer dreams. The audio engineer is Liam Kivirist ...
 
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This Week on RealAg
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News, insight and opinions on issues facing Canadian agriculture, all packaged into a short weekly podcast. TWORA features the latest news, insight and opinions on issues affecting farmers and the Canadian agriculture community.
 
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Conservation Chat
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Conservation Chat, hosted by anthropologist Jacqueline Comito, is a podcast series that explores the relationship between conservation, soil, water, agriculture, and the people of Iowa. This is accomplished through thoughtful interviews with farmers and rural and urban residents about conservation and water quality in the state. Comito is the Director of Iowa Learning Farms, an Iowa State University Extension and Outreach program that has been building a culture of conservation statewide for ...
 
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FWi Podcast
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Farmers Weekly interactive brings you a monthly podcast including features such as 4wd and tractor test drives, agricultural news analysis and other farming-related goodies.
 
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Arkansas Farm Bureau Video Update
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The Voice of Agriculture, informing consumers about the food production provided by Arkansas’ farmers and ranchers. We work to achieve educational improvement, economic opportunity, social advancement and promote national well-being.
 
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Keeping Ag Real
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Hostess, Jenny Schweigert of the Keeping Ag Real podcast, has created a show highlighting what is really happening in agriculture in a how its grown point-of-view. From citrus processing managers to farmers and ranchers to the restaurant sector, the show aims to showcase all of agriculture - the good, the bad and even the tough issues facing our industry.
 
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Thrive Podcast
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Thrive Podcast brings you interviews with experts in agriculture and the environment. We explore how farmers and researchers work together to make food supplies more sustainable in an era of large, fast-moving changes. Visit us at wle.cgiar.org/thrive/podcast
 
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Dirt Simple--Podcast - RBJournals
 
Follow me as I interview some of today's most inspiring agricultural leaders. Learn what they are working on, and how their efforts are shaping the future of food. What drives them and why they are successful. Topics can range from advanced genetic livestock testing to the local farmer's market. In depth, friendly conversations about what motivates those that produce the food the feeds a nation in one of America's least understood industries. Dirt Simple is a candid and optimistic exploratio ...
 
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Tractor Talks
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Tractor Talks podcast aims to share the stories of the top agricultural experts from around the world and provide practical tips for farmers to enhance their business and productivity. It is hosted by Joshua Gilbert, Farmer | Entrepreneur | Speaker, and will give you the tips to Listen, Grow and Harvest the rewards.
 
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KRCB-FM: Mouthful
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Mouthful, Smart Talk About Food, Wine, & Farming, Sunday evenings, from 6:00pm to 7:00pm. Hosted by Michele Anna Jordan. We like to think of Mouthful as a conversation around a dinner table, so pour yourself a glass of something odd and join us every Sunday evening, or listen on the go with our mobile app available at krcb.org, or at your leisure via iTunes. Our discussions with farmers, winemakers, cookbook authors, writers, photographers, filmmakers, nutritionists, chefs, restaurateurs, en ...
 
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MyFoodComesFromAg
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We all like food! And too many of us take it for granted that food magically appears on our table. It’s important for us to keep telling the story and inform people about the farmers, ranchers and leaders in agriculture who work to make our food supply a safe, abundant, and affordable reality.
 
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Gansereit Farms Podcast
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The thoughts of a veteran turned farmer. The goal of this podcast is to share my experiences on this farming adventure. Expect plenty of discussion about faith, family, freedom and of course farming. Sustainable agriculture and clean food are key to how w
 
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Ohio Farm Law Discussions
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Ohio Farm Law Discussions was created for the purpose of discussing legal issues that may affect farmers and others involved in agriculture here in Ohio. It is not intended in any way to provide legal advise to its listeners. No attorney client relationship is created by listening to this podcast.
 
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Georgica by VIRGIL
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Vergil's Georgica is the culmination of a long tradition in antiquity of poems about agriculture, beginning with Hesiod in the eighth c. BC. His poem is a rich admixture of allusion to that tradition: didactic poem, eulogium of Augustus, the neoteric epyllion about Orpheus, Epicurean philosophy as presented by his predecessor and model, Lucretius. Thomas Jefferson imagined his gentleman farmer tilling his fields with a copy of the Georgics between the handles of the plowshare. (Summary by Ma ...
 
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MFA Incorporated
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MFA Incorporated is a farm cooperative based in Missouri and serves farmers in MO and surrounding states. Our podcast provides info from our expert nutritionists, precision agronomy experts, agronomists and veterinarians about Agricultural best-practices and our products & services. Special thanks to Brownfield Ag News for adding some great content. Producers James Fashing & Chelsea Robinson, MFA Incorporated Communications Department. Also available at iTunes for iOS devices: http://mfa.ag/ ...
 
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Farm To Table Talk
Weekly
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is "Both, and.." We don't come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
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Letter From A. Broad
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Muriel/Aggie Murch is a radio producer, writer, organic farmer and registered nurse. Muriel began her radio work in 1989 in the Drama and Literature department at KPFA Pacifica in Berkeley, California. In 1996 she joined a small group that formed KWMR community radio in Point Reyes, California. She continues to write short stories and poetry and, as she can, produce radio programs often focused on literature, agriculture or medicine. During an extended time away in London, Murch wrote the fi ...
 
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Blessing in Disguise
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"Blessing in Disguise" is a conversation about what hopeful messages and rituals might lie hidden in Christian doctrine for the modern secular millennial trying to do good in the world. We met and got catechized in El Salvador, and we hope to explore the biggest, thorniest concepts within Christianity to offer new perspectives and help inspire our generation to continue to act for peace and justice in a complicated world.Hosted by:Laurel Marshall completed her Masters in Theology from the Un ...
 
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KRCB-FM: Mouthful
Weekly
 
Mouthful, Smart Talk About Food, Wine, & Farming, Sunday evenings, from 6:00pm to 7:00pm. Hosted by Michele Anna Jordan. We like to think of Mouthful as a conversation around a dinner table, so pour yourself a glass of something odd and join us every Sunday evening, or listen on the go with our mobile app available at krcb.org, or at your leisure via iTunes. Our discussions with farmers, winemakers, cookbook authors, writers, photographers, filmmakers, nutritionists, chefs, restaurateurs, en ...
 
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Can Africa’s Great Green Wall beat back the Sahara desert and reverse the degrading landscape? The ambitious 9 miles wide and 5000 miles long line of vegetation will stretch all the way from Dakar in the west to Djibouti in the east. Thomas Fessy is in Senegal where the wall has already begun to evolve into a series of forests and garden commun ...…
 
Can Africa’s Great Green Wall beat back the Sahara desert and reverse the degrading landscape? The ambitious 9 miles wide and 5000 miles long line of vegetation will stretch all the way from Dakar in the west to Djibouti in the east. Thomas Fessy is in Senegal where the wall has already begun to evolve into a series of forests and garden commun ...…
 
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Smart Farmer Podcast
 
Our latest smart farmer is Emily Buck, a crop farmer from Ohio who also produces sheep. Last year, the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) chose Emily to be one of their faces of farming and ranching, which has given her the opportunity to do on a national platform what she already does at home in Ohio – talk to the non-farm public about ...…
 
The Federal Government has announced a number of changes to the Seasonal Worker Programme to be phased in from July next year, including a multi-entry visa and greater flexibility in the granting of visasThe director of a Kununurra based labour hire company says he does not think the changes to visa requirements will make the program any cheape ...…
 
The winner of this year's BBC Food and Farming 'Farming Today Future Food Producer' is revealed, as are the recipients of the awards for Countryfile Young Farmer of the Year and Food Producer of the Year. Emma Campbell reports from the red carpet.Following worrying news of bee hive thefts in South Yorkshire, Anglesey, Kent and Norfolk, Sybil Ru ...…
 
A PNG coffee farmer is revolutionising his business after being given a taste of his own coffee; Vanuatu welcomes up to 200 delegates for Pacific agriculture week; An academic in Hawaii is critical of more funding requests for Honolulu's overblown rail project; And Pasifika youth are encouraged to apply for new programme encouraging entrepreneu ...…
 
Nestlé’s direct-sales army in Brazil is part of a broader transformation of the food system that is delivering Western-style processed food and sugary drinks to the most isolated pockets of Latin America, Africa and Asia. As their growth slows in the wealthiest countries, multinational food companies like Nestlé, PepsiCo and General Mills have ...…
 
France's famous Roquefort cheese may soon be threatened by wolves. It is made from sheep's milk in Aveyron, the French department with the most sheep in the country. For the first time in a century, sheep farms there have been victims of wolf attacks. Wolves reappeared in France some 25 years ago, and since then, the population has been increas ...…
 
Why would a UC Berkeley grad choose to intern on a Bainbridge Island farm? Meet Rachel Bubb and learn why growing healthy food became a priority for her. Rachel Bubb is a 2017 farm intern for Bainbridge Island's Butler Green Farms. In this episode of Tastes of Bainbridge, she joins us at the Farmers Market to talk about how that came to pass. S ...…
 
On this special edition of AFR Country Journal we talk with AFR leader, rancher and trucking company owner Randy Gilbert about the proposed federal rule mandating truck drivers use electronic logging systems. He wants agriculture to be exempted and was with a group of Oklahoma farmers meeting with Congress this week in Washington, D.C.…
 
The Senate Ag Committee Thursday (today/yesterday Sep 14, 2017) held a hearing on USDA's food and nutrition programs and how they relate to the farm bill. On that subject, Todd Gleason reports, a University of Illinois agricultural economist thinks the divide between farmers and those using SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program so ...…
 
Loved loved loved having my man and OG entrepreneur Tony Conrad stop by to talk business, answer call-ins and hang out. The call-in questions here are completely unrivaled and out of left field, ranging from a tomato farmer wanting to invest in hydroponics, the creator of a business that takes human remains and converts them into ceramic mugs, ...…
 
SHOW NOTES INTRODUCING TRACE SHIRLEY! Sadly, Trace Shirley represents that last of my guests from the SAE camp at the University of Mount Olive in North Carolina this summer. However, I have been looking forward to bringing you this episode because of the fun I had recording interview. Trace loves plants. At some point while he was growing up h ...…
 
Re-Building the American Dream... Welcome back. This week we are excited to share with you the story and wisdom of Casey O’Neill - a second generation farmer residing in Northern Mendocino. Casey lives on a multi-generational, family farm where he they cultivate roughly an acre of land. Much of that - terraced fruit and vegetable gardens for th ...…
 
Mary Foote – Dairy Education Programs Manager; Lolly Lesher – Dairy Farmer and board member Center for Dairy Excellence Foundation and Brittany Haag – Pennsylvania State 1st Alternate Dairy Princess. We will be talking about how their services are preparing the next generation of those working in agriculture.…
 
In Tennessee, the county fair is an annual holiday bringing deep fried twinkies, funnel cakes, carnival rides, and more. Tennessee Department of Agriculture's Samantha Jean traveled to Putnam County to capture the magic firsthand. She also explored the county fair's agricultural roots and how it is cultivating a new generation of farmers and ra ...…
 
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Germination Strategy Session
 
NOTE: This story comes with an accompanying podcast — scroll to the bottom of the page to listen! As the industry envisions a next-generation seed system, the Canadian Plant Technology Agency is here to help enable innovation. Change has come fast for the Canadian Plant Technology Agency (CPTA). As the action agency working to ensure intellectu ...…
 
Fred Kirschenmann is a man of many talents: professor, TEDx speaker, organic farmer, author, James Beard Leadership award recipient, and sustainable agriculturalist. Fred isn't under any illusions about the industrial agriculture economy, so he emphasizes how important it is to work together as a community, with a vision for a regenerative, ren ...…
 
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Jubilee Church Coventry Podcast
 
In the Parable of the Weeds in Matt 13:24-30, Jesus tells a story of agricultural sabotage, about a landowner whose enemy secretly sows weeds into his newly sown wheat field. These weeds were not the kind that we are familiar with in our British temperate climate, but were a poisonous wheat lookalike called darnel. It would only become obvious ...…
 
Original Transcript: Dear R, Okay, Google. How do you say mushroom in Japanese? *Kinoko.* In my time in Japan, I was nicknamed kinoko-san for my incessant talk about mushrooms. Stands to reason that I was working in Kawamura-sensei's mycotoxin lab. I remember I insisted on being placed in that lab as it was the only lab to offer something mycol ...…
 
For the final episode of the first season of On-Farm, we visited the farm of Maria and Ron Rosmann of Rosmann Family Farms near Harlan. The Rosmanns have been instrumental in many of the most important agricultural movements of the last 30 years: They were pioneers in organic livestock and row crops, and were among the core of farm families tha ...…
 
00:00 - 2017 is looking a banner year for farmers in southern Manitoba, thanks to great weather, AND, last year's soggy Autumn GUEST: Dan Mazier, President of Keystone Agricultural Producers of Manitoba 11:37 - Animals have to be left behind in the Northern Manitoba wildfire evacuation GUEST: Deb Vandekerkhove, Director of Norway House Animal R ...…
 
“I appreciate camping, but that doesn’t mean I like it.” A couple of weeks ago, as we struck down our tent in Fjord-du-Saguenay National Park just off of the St. Lawrence river in Quebec those words could not possibly hold more truth for me. To be fully enveloped in nature, to feel the wind rush through your tent, the glowing embers of a fire w ...…
 
Roy and Judy talk with pioneering farming and environmentalist Tom Newmark about his Carbon Underground Foundation and its efforts to educate farmers around the globe about reversing the rapid depletion of our agricultural soils, while simultaneously reducing the carbon in our atmosphere.
 
NOTE: This story comes with an accompanying podcast — scroll to the bottom of the page to listen! CropLife Canada sees a growing demand for its expertise on policy discussions around international trade issues in the coming years. As president of CropLife Canada, which represents Canadian manufacturers, developers and distributors of pesticides ...…
 
There may be a new enemy for Illinois soybean farmers—and a stinky situation at that. Join CCA Soy Envoy Stephanie Porter in this latest podcast to learn about the pest to watch for this August—the stink bug. There are several different species of stink bugs, but the enemy for Illinois soybean farmers is the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug. Known as ...…
 
SHOW NOTESINTRODUCING JONATHAN RUSSO!Have you ever wondered how you become a consultant? How about how long does it take to become one?Our guest today just graduated high school and is getting ready to start college. Over the last four years he explored an interest he had in hydroponics. He started out doing a research SAE, finding out how it w ...…
 
Harvest is underway in some parts of Alberta. Intense heat and little rain during the growing season has pushed up the harvest for many. We have more on this year’s crop from one farmer in central Alberta here on Rural Roots Canada where we get to the Stem and Meat of Agriculture.
 
In our 24nd episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by NovAtel, Dr. Joel Gruver, professor of Soil Science and Sustainable Agriculture in the School of Agriculture at Western Illinois University, shares some of the key takeaways from his on-farm collaboration with farmers on how they’ve utilized cover crops as a systematic puzz ...…
 
Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . Although kaolin clay makes a great sunblock for your sensitive vegetables and fruits, many farmers prefer to use a product that’s easier to wash off. Calcium carbonate, the main component of agricultural lime that raises the pH of our soils, is also the main ingredi ...…
 
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Arkansas Farm Bureau Podcast
 
Governor Asa Hutchinson proclaimed August 6-12 Farmers Market Week in Arkansas. More than 100 farmers markets in almost every county play an important economic role in local and regional food systems and have become weekly destinations for consumers and families throughout the spring and summer. In this conversation, Arkansas Agriculture Secret ...…
 
Former Congressman Charlie Stenholm of Texas, an advocate for agriculture and member of the House Agriculture Committee throughout his term, was the keynote speaker at the annual Arkansas Rice Expo in Stuttgart. Prior to his remarks Stenholm took to time to discuss the 2018 Farm Bill and what needs to be done in order for Congress to pass a new ...…
 
The latest U.S. Drought Monitor map shows 82 percent of North Dakota still experiences some drought conditions.But the federal government has declared some farmland in central and western areas as drought disaster areas.Mark Watne, president of the N.D. Farmers Union, described the relief efforts set up by the state Department of Agriculture an ...…
 
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Finding Arizona Podcast
 
Tony is Co-Founder and Principal Farmer at St Vincent de Paul Urban Farms in Phoenix, Arizona. The agricultural division to the charity provides food production, education, and revenue generation, and has produced over one hundred thousand pounds of fresh food to feed the working needy and homeless through five dining rooms in Arizona. The farm ...…
 
BSR Magazine Show Green Corn Rebellion Centennial Part 1 (BSR Episode #203) August 4, 2017 Learn more about the Green Corn Rebellion at: GreenCorn.org The following is a working script/outline, but it may have some differences from the final version that was used on the air… Welcome to the BSR Oklahoma Magazine show, with James Branum. This is ...…
 
North Bay dairy farmers are trying innovative ways to reduce methane – a potent greenhouse gas. Earlier this week we visited the orchards of Torrey and Lucy Olson with a group of legislators and aides and conservation district leaders. Today, the group visits a local dairy farm where one farmer is managing manure with simple and effective techn ...…
 
Joe had the pleasure of sitting down with Filipino farmer MANNY LAHOZ while he visited family in Chicago. Manny is featured in an upcoming documentary called RICE: A FILIPINO LOVE STORY, which highlights his 24 acre farm and the many other local growers that he has helped to create organic, sustainable practices that nourish both people and lan ...…
 
We’re digging in with Kriss Marion of Circle M Farm in Blanchardville, Wis. as she inspires all of us to take the time to get involved with issues we care about. From running for and winning a seat on County Board to serving as her Wisconsin Farmers Union chapter president, Kriss shares how being a woman from outside the conventional agricultur ...…
 
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Arkansas Farm Bureau Podcast
 
Satellite imagery and unmanned aerial systems are transforming the way farmers and ranchers are scouting their fields for disease and improving crop yield. Terry Spurlock, a plant pathologist with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, discussed this topic at Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Officers and Leaders Conference in Hot Springs. In ...…
 
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