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Director of Water Quality and Research Jordan Hoewischer hosts conversations with experts and leaders who are helping to shape and secure the future of Ohio's ag industry for generations to come.
 
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On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk to Robert Moore and Kelly Brakefield Moore from Wright & Moore Law Co about estate planning and things to consider when wanting to transition farms and farmland from one generation to the next in the best possible way.By Ohio Farm Bureau.
 
How has the Irish Sea become the most polluted sea in the world? Sellafield is on the English coast, to the east of the Isle of Man. The answer lies in the north west of England, where the Sellafield site has poured millions of tonnes of nuclear waste into the sea since the 1950s. Like the history of nuclear power plants around the world, its h ...…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk about African Swine Fever with Dr. Paul Sundberg, Executive Director, Swine Health Information Center and Dr. Liz Wagstrom, Chief Veterinarian, National Pork Producers Council The pair, in separate interviews, break down what African Swine Fever is, the effects of ASF on the world's p ...…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk to Highland County farmer Nathan Brown about the rising topic of farmer mental health and how the pressures of life as a farmer can reach a breaking point at times. We also talk about the cover crop field day he is hosting at his farm to raise awareness and educate farmers on the bene ...…
 
We are seeing Ireland north and south being sold to corporate powers Bernadette Devlin McAliskey is Ireland’s finest political orator, and a key figure in recent political history. In this lecture she takes as her theme a line from playwright Sean O’Casey, ‘A Terrible State o’ Chassis’, where chassis means ‘crisis’. Bernadette Devlin (later Dev ...…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk to Michael Leach, freelance gardening writer about the overall status of gardening and tips on how the grow something green on your piece of land.By Ohio Farm Bureau.
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk to Dr. Leah Dorman, Director, Food Integrity & Consumer Engagement at Phibro Animal Health Corporation about her role in the animal health world as a veterinarian and other topics including hormones, antibiotic use and much more.By Ohio Farm Bureau.
 
One of many prophets who forecast the disasters of modernism, but one of the few who did it from the left. Georg Lukács was one of the leading European literary critics of the 20th century. His life story was entangled with the political storms that swept across his native Hungary – communist revolution, reaction, fascism, global war and Stalin ...…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk to Aaron Heilers, project manager for the Blanchard River Demonstration Farms Network about his work showcasing water quality and nutrient management practices at 3 demo farms in Northwest Ohio and how people can come visit and tour each farm in the near future.…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk with Dan Durheim and Shawnda Vega from Nationwide Insurance to discuss their relationship with Ohio Farm Bureau and Ohio farmers as the #1 agricultural insurer in the state.By Ohio Farm Bureau.
 
From the 1910s to the 1950s, newsreels were the only source of non-fictional moving images available to the public. Many samples of this forgotten genre survive. Now researchers are uncovering a whole new set of archival sources that nuance and illustrate the history of Ireland in the first half of the 20th century. Dublin 1916. A screenshot fr ...…
 
In 2013, Roddy Flynn and Tony Tracy had a bright idea. Why not make a statistical analysis of Irish film? This conversation explores the surprising things they found out. Tony Tracy (left) and Roddy Flynn Flynn and Tracy’s data-driven approach focuses particularly on the Irish Film Board and the projects it has supported. In this insightful and ...…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk with Dr. Kevin King from USDA Agriculture Research Service about his Edge of Field Monitoring program which serves as the backbone of scientific information for most nutrient and soil management decisions in the Midwest.By Ohio Farm Bureau.
 
This is a threshold moment, Johnny. Mad Max: Fury Road, the fourth instalment in the Mad Max franchise The Mad Max world teeters on the edge of reason and on the edge of existence. It is difficult to think of a more highly-charged and high-octane film franchise that has reached a mass global audience. The four iconic films are among the most re ...…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer we talk with economist John Newton from American Farm Bureau about the overall farm economy.By Ohio Farm Bureau.
 
What is society going to look like if you have a certain number of people living forever? Mark O’Connell is best known for his bestselling, prizewinnng To Be A Machine. In that book, he describes various fringe projects around the world dedicated to extending human life as much as possible. In this interview, he connects that adventure among th ...…
 
“The language we speak is always borrowed. We don’t invent it ourselves. It comes from somebody else.” Some modernist writers in search of a way out of their alienation found that leaving their own native languages offered a new freedom. Professor of Comparative Literature Barry McCrea explores the unexpected choices that helped some find a sen ...…
 
In the latest episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, Ohio Farm Bureau’s Director of Water Quality and Research talks with a representative from our neighbors up north Laura Campbell about a number of issues, including water quality. Campbell manages the agricultural ecology department for Michigan Farm Bureau.…
 
Steve Coleman is an American anthropologist at Maynooth University who studies the Irish language and the Gaeltacht way of life. As part of that project, in the 1970s he got to know the legendary sean-nós singer Joe Heaney, whose music we talk about here. Steve also talks about how the linguistic anthropology approach can influence our understa ...…
 
In the latest episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, Ohio Farm Bureau’s Director of Water Quality and Research steers from those topics as he talks with Marissa Mulligan, Policy Outreach Fellow for the Ohio Farm Bureau, about an epidemic many in Ohio are drowning in – the opioid crisis. -FDWJHP-…
 
The first million-seller in the global music industry was the sheet music of Thomas Moore’s Irish Melodies. Using this as his starting point, music historian and industry insider Michael Mary Murphy shows that there are long chains of cause and effect that run through the history of Irish popular music from 19th-century ballads to 21st-century ...…
 
On this edition of Field Day, Jordan Hoewischer talks with Jessica D'Ambrosio, Western Lake Erie Basin agriculture project director for The Nature Conservancy, the largest conservation organization in the world. D'Ambrosio says The Nature Conservancy is always looking for strategies and work that can be applied across a greater landscape so not ...…
 
Radar was a pivotal military development of the Second World War. Until now, the normal place to read about radar would be in the pages of a history of the war or of the history of engineering. But media theorist Bernard Dionysius Geoghegan suggests here that a different kind of history of radar can be written using the tools of media archaeolo ...…
 
The artist Anselm Kiefer was born in Germany in 1945. In this interview, Caitriona Leahy opens up a new sidelight on the work of Kiefer, who is now one of the most prominent figures on the international art scene. When he appropriates the work of the poet Ingeborg Bachmann in his own artworks, argues Leahy, Kiefer negates Bachmann’s literary pr ...…
 
The provocative and inflammatory punditry of Jordan Peterson is coming to Ireland. In this interview, Tina-Karen Pusse sketches and critiques the politics of libertarianism and the New Right and anti-feminism that will draw crowds to Dublin’s 3Arena on 14 July. ‘Winning the War of Ideas’ will feature Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris, and Douglas Mur ...…
 
On the latest edition of Field Day, Ohio Farm Bureau’s Director of Water Quality and Research Jordan Hoewischer talks with Dr. Larry Antosch, senior director, policy development and environmental policy for Ohio Farm Bureau. Antosch gives an overview of the landscape of water quality in Ohio and sets the stage for future updates on what is goin ...…
 
How does a political outsider establish himself as the leader of a modern democracy? Emmanuel Macron at the Louvre In this episode, historian Laura O’Brien of Northumbria University analyses 5 key moments in the short political career of Emmanuel Macron, the current president of France. O’Brien parses Macron as a choreographed confection who co ...…
 
How we can blend the study of literary history with literary geography and political economy? Professor Joe Cleary of Yale University tackles this question by guiding us through the World Literary System, which is a mode of analysis associated mainly with the literary critics Pascale Casanova and Franco Moretti. Cleary shows how this approach c ...…
 
Edmund Burke lived from 1729 to 1797, a period of great expansion of the British Empire and of revolutions in America and France. More a working politician than a systematic philosopher, Burke responded to the turmoil of his times by formulating a unique brand of political conservatism that has been interpreted in many ways down the centuries. ...…
 
On the latest edition of Field Day, Ohio Farm Bureau’s Director of Water Quality and Research Jordan Hoewischer talks with Dale Arnold, director of energy, utility and local government policy for Ohio Farm Bureau. Solar leases, pipeline projects, wind energy and all things energy-related across the state are discussed in this episode.…
 
On the 5th episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk farm economy and federal tax reform with OSU Extension's Barry Ward and Jack Irvin, OFBF senior director of state and national policy.By Ohio Farm Bureau.
 
In the latest edition of Field Day, Ohio Farm Bureau’s Director of Water Quality and Research Jordan Hoewischer talks with Dr. Robyn Wilson, associate professor of risk analysis and decision science at Ohio State University. Wilson's research includes studying decisions based on patterns of human behavior and involves the science of agricultura ...…
 
Ohio Farm Bureau’s Director of Water Quality and Research Jordan Hoewischer talks with John Fulton, associate professor at Ohio State University. Fulton’s research areas include precision agriculture and machinery automation technologyBy Ohio Farm Bureau.
 
Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer is an ongoing series of conversations with industry experts and leaders who are helping to shape and secure the future of Ohio's ag industry for generations to come.By Ohio Farm Bureau.
 
Ohio Farm Bureau’s Director of Water Quality and Research Jordan Hoewischer talks with Glen Arnold, associate professor and field specialist with OSU Extension, specializing in research related to manure application technology. This is the first installment of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, an ongoing series of conversations with industry ex ...…
 
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