Best purdue agriculture podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Purdue Agricultural Economics Podcasts
 
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On Six Legs
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An entertaining look at the insect world published twice a month.
 
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On Six Legs
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An entertaining look at the insect world published twice a month.
 
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Got Nature?
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Leading experts and professionals share information and solutions for sustaining our natural resources.
 
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Capital Comments
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Timely topics on public policy issues related to state and local government in Indiana published once a month.
 
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Timely topics on public policy issues related to state and local government in Indiana published once a month.
 
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Links CONTACT: podcast@worldorganicnews.com New “Instantly Rechargeable” Flow Battery could Dramatically Change EV Market — Great Things from Small Things .. Nanotechnology Innovation http://wp.me/p5Cqpo-ftX Old Energy Left Behind — Equivalent of 7 Gigafactories Already Under Construction; Tesla Plans 10-20 More — GarryRogers Nature Conservatio ...…
 
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Oklahoma Farm & Ranch News with Ron Hays on RON (Radio Oklahoma Network)
 
Farm and Ranch News for Tuesday, May 3, 2017 In today's farm and ranch news, Associate Farm Director Carson Horn shares highlights from a news conference hosted by Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Purdue, who fielded questions on a variety of topics from who might be his deputy secretary to trade policy and the labor issue to regulation...…
 
Agricultural Economics students Dane Chapman and Erica Timmons, accompanied by competition coordinator Dr. Will Secor, recently met with Jessica to discuss their victory in the Land O’ Lakes Living Case Competition. The Department of Agricultural Economics and the Krannert School of Management collaborated to create this unique competition. In ...…
 
On Distinguished Agricultural Alumni Day, Scot Ortman, CEO of Kokomo Grain, visited Jessica and Ken to discuss how his Purdue experience impacted his career and family’s business over the years. Listen to his story for a great example of how career paths can change and how the grain elevator industry has evolved over time with innovation and te ...…
 
With market pressure expected to continue for the next few years, Mike Boehlje, distinguished professor of agricultural economics at Purdue University, encourages growers to focus on what they can control—and remember that they have tackled tough economic times before. “It’s time to pull out the old playbook, dust it off and become better about ...…
 
The day after recording this podcast with Dr. Russ Hillberry, who predicted imminent ratification of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement, on February 22, the agreement was in fact ratified. This marks the first major multilateral trade agreement reached since the WTO was created more than 20 years ago, aiming to st ...…
 
Join us as Dr. Tom Hertel, professor of agricultural economics at Purdue University and executive director of the Center for Global Trade Analysis, talks with Ken and Jessica about the latest release of the Journal of Global Economic Analysis. Tune in to discover how this open-source journal connects the community and encourages broader partici ...…
 
On today’s episode of the Future of Agriculture Podcast, my guest is a Purdue graduate who was brave enough to make a career change from being a Turkey breeder in Perdue Farms to sales. Dave Myers shares his journey in farming and how a man changed his perspective when he was taught about the soil and how it can maximize the growth in farming. ...…
 
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Purdue Agricultural Economics Podcasts
 
Want to know what’s in store for agriculture in 2017? Join Ken and Jessica as they talk with Dr. Chris Hurt, a professor of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University and editor of the Purdue Agricultural Economics Report, to discuss the Agricultural Outlook for 2017. Get an inside look as Dr. Hurt explains the predicted economic growth, finan ...…
 
Tune in to hear Dr. Maria Marshall, a professor of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University and the director of the Purdue Initiative for Family Firms (PIFF), discuss how PIFF can help family businesses develop skills in financial, business, leadership planning and the maintenance of family bonds. As she talks with Ken and Jessica, Dr. Marsh ...…
 
There is a scarcity of successful communications in Agriculture and the result is misconceptions and mistrust. Consumer are worried about Big Corporations controlling food system and cutting corners whenever they can get away with it. Author of the Communications Scarcity in Agriulture, Jessic Eise of Purdue Univesity, shares how to work with , ...…
 
Join us for our special post-election discussion with Purdue agricultural economist Dr. Otto Doering as we review the recent election and its effect on agricultural policy. In this episode, Dr. Doering explores possible outcomes for foreign trade, immigration and the Farm Bill in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.…
 
OFI 201: The Other Pivot In Agriculture | Why Businesses That Survive Are The Businesses That ChangeSHOW NOTESKEY POINTS: In agriculture when we hear the word pivot we usually think of 120-400 acres of irrigated ground. An automated sprinkler system that is self-driven, applying a precise amount of water to a crop or pasture.If you are a small ...…
 
How can we keep up-to-date on business research and strategy insights relating to food and agriculture? Listen here as Dr. Scott Downey, associate director of the Center for Food and Agricultural Business and associate professor in the Agricultural Economics Department, explains exactly how with the Quarterly Review. In addition, learn how to a ...…
 
Join us this week as we discuss the Ag Economy Barometer with David Widmar, a senior research associate for the Center for Commercial Agriculture in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University. Get an inside look at what brings the barometer to life and how he and a team of researchers gather data to measure the outlook of agr ...…
 
Is there a scarcity of communication in agriculture? And isthis breakdown endangering the future of food and agriculture? Join Ken Fosteras he explores these questions with authors Jessica Eise and Whitney Hodde asthey discuss their book, The Communication Scarcity in Agriculture.Changing demographics, cultural shifts, technological advances an ...…
 
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People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
 
Dr. Haley Oliver is an Associate Professor of Food Science at Purdue University, as well as an Adjunct Professor at Texas Tech University. She received her B.S. in Microbiology and Molecular Biology from the University of Wyoming, and she was awarded her PhD in Food Science from Cornell University. Next, Haley received a postdoctoral fellowship ...…
 
In this tasty episode, I interview Food and Agricultural Economist, Dr. Jayson Lusk. We talk about his controversial opinions of the local food movement that challenge a lot of popular assumptions. He also provides a unique perspective on soda tax, like the one recently passed in Philadelphia, and how the obesity epidemic can be to tied to econ ...…
 
Why you should listen – Dr. Don Huber, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology at Purdue University, holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Idaho, a Ph-D from Michigan State University, and is a graduate of the US Army Command & General Staff College and Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He was Cereal […] The post Why We Need to ...…
 
Dr. Don Huber, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology at Purdue University, holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Idaho, a Ph-D from Michigan State University, and is a graduate of the US Army Command & General Staff College and Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He was Cereal Pathologist at the University of Idaho for 8 years ...…
 
Dr. Don Huber, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology at Purdue University, holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Idaho, a Ph-D from Michigan State University, and is a graduate of the US Army Command & General Staff College and Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He was Cereal Pathologist at the University of Idaho for 8 years ...…
 
Jim Mintert, Director Center for Commercial Agriculture - Purdue University
 
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Science Hour
 
Thirty years ago this week an explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear plant. A fire raged for 10 days, spewing radioactive materials on the surrounding area and was detected throughout much of a continent. Yet, so many decades on, why is it so difficult to accurately measure the impacts on human health? Richard Wakeford of the University of Manchest ...…
 
Dr. Robert Thompson joins Ken and Jessica to discuss the topic of his Snyder* Lecture — the Changing Geopolitics of Agriculture. Tune in as discusses feeding the world and the future of agriculture worldwide. *The James C. Snyder Memorial Lecture is the Department of Agricultural Economics’ signature event at Purdue University. The lectures wer ...…
 
Tune in as Dr. Rhonda Phillips, Dean of Purdue University’s Honors College, shares how we can become involved with local food within our community. As she chats with Ken and Jessica, they discuss her recent book, Growing Livelihoods: Local Food Systems and Community Development, as well as the urban food movement and connection between food and ...…
 
The tables are turned in this podcast as co-host Ken Foster becomes one of the interviewees! He and Colleen Kelly, International Academic Programs Development Specialist at Purdue University, discuss a study abroad program they are developing in Belize. Join them as they talk about this Central American country, its history and potential for st ...…
 
Agriculture is a major industry in the state of Florida and Hillsborough County and the extent of the growth and employment opportunities in this industry are something we wanted to share. At the i4GovCon Summit Simon Bollin talked about the opportunities. This information is valuable so we invited him to tell us all about these opportunities. ...…
 
Human talent is one of the most important investments food and agribusiness firms make. Dr. Michael Gunderson joins Ken and Jessica to discuss a recent performance management in agribusiness survey and the interesting findings; performance management does matter.
 
When Ken posed the question, ‘what challenges face agriculture?’ He got the same response from both Dr. Tahirou Abdoulaye and Tom McKinney: communicating the importance of biotechnology in agriculture. Tahirou and Tom were honored this year with Purdue Ag’s Distinguished Alumni Award, and both hail from the Agricultural Economics Department. De ...…
 
Why should we teach our kids economics? As it turns out, there are more reasons than we may think! Listen as Ken and Jessica chat with Jeff Sanson, Executive Director of the Indiana Council for Economic Education, about how and why we can give students a solid grounding in practical, economic basics. If you are interested in learning more, visi ...…
 
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Purdue Agricultural Economics Podcasts
 
This podcast is dedicated to honoring our Department’s own Professor Freddie Barnard. Dr. Barnard just won the Hovde Award for outstanding service in rural Indiana. Ken & Jessica chat with this outstanding professor about how he has gone above and beyond in his field to show that he lives his life for the betterment of others. Don’t miss this o ...…
 
Close to 60,000 jobs are set to open up in agriculture, food and natural resource sectors each year for the next five years, according to a report from Purdue University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The American agriculture industry has a problem though; there are not enough grads to fill them. The report projects about two open jobs ...…
 
Wondering how to best utilize crop insurance after Indiana’s unusually wet summer? Dr. Michael Langameier breaks down the insurance options farmers might be utilizing this year. Because there are precious few industries as dependent on the weather as farming, this witty podcast explains a heavy topic in a light and understandable way. Don’t mis ...…
 
Doug Eckrote is a senior VP at CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions. So what does he, a tech executive, have in common with Ken and Jessica? Turns out his undergraduate degree was in Ag Econ at Purdue, with a specialty in sales and marketing. It was that degree, he claims, that launched him down this great path. Learn more about how ...…
 
Meet Andrew Johnson, Elizabeth Blinn and Jason Xiao - three undergraduate ag econ trivia masters who defended their title as National Champions for the second year running this past summer at the AAEA 2015 Quiz Bowl Competition in San Francisco. These three students all had different reasons for joining and different strategies for success, but ...…
 
John Sam Williamson has been a farmer for more than 50 years. He knows his five grain bins stocked with corn and soybeans very well, but he also knows the risks. “There’s a lot of danger to grain bins, but if you use them safely its like other things, gasoline is dangerous, sharp knives are dangerous but if you’re careful and do things safely y ...…
 
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