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Wardee is a wife and mom of 3, the lead teacher and owner of TraditionalCookingSchool.com and the author of the Complete Idiot's Guide to Fermenting Foods. #AskWardee is the weekly show devoted to answering your niggling questions about traditional cooking: whether it's your sourdough starter, your sauerkraut, preserving foods, broth, superfoods or anything else to do with Traditional Cooking. Catch #AskWardee live each Wednesday at 10am P at Periscope.tv/TradCookSchool or via replays and sh ...
 
The words "New York State Fair" bring to mind images of whirling Midway rides, blue ribbon-winning dairy cows and fried ... everything. But there is so much more going on this year, and All's Fair takes you behind the scenes of every fantastic, delicious, colorful piece!
 
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Aidan Connolly, president of AgriTech Capital, joins Editor Walt Cooley in this episode. This is an exclusive interview and a follow-up to the Global Dairy Tech Startup Spotlight which was held in the first part of October 2020. Connolly played a critical role in pulling the event together. Rewatch the event by going to www.dairystartupspotlight.co…
 
I’m here today at the Milk Source headquarters in Freedom, Wisconsin, with Jim Ostrom. Jim and his partners John Vosters and Todd Willer co-founded Milk Source in 1994, as the three men united their multi-generational farming heritages to grow what started out as a 30-cow dairy owned by John’s parents in 1965 to what is now multi-site, diversified …
 
This pandemic, composer and artist, Jennifer Walshe has been creating a plague diary for Culture File, tracking the moods and moodswings of lockdown and everything after. In this episode, we look back on the silent spring, and how the days and the world unfolded since March for Jennifer Walshe, gazing out the window of her home in North London.…
 
Editor-in-chief Walt Cooley and Wisconsin dairyman Derek Orth discuss The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle and how the principles in the book could be applied to dairy farm and employee management. Derek has written before for Progressive Dairy about his voracious “reading,” or rather, listening to books. He says The Culture Code is one of those books …
 
How will conductors thrive in a post-pandemic world where their special skill of bringing people together has little place? Helping Luke Clancy understand the new space conductors must now build are: Peter Holman, author of Before The Baton; choral director, Roisin Blunnie; and conductors, Joana Carneiro and Paul Brough. (First broadcast July 20th)…
 
Valene Lickley and Katharine Lotspeich are the co-hosts of the Millennial Ag podcast. Editor Walt Cooley interviews them as they approach their one-year anniversary of the launch of their podcast. The mantra of their podcast is that no topic is off-limits. This episode lives up to it.By Walt Cooley
 
In this episode, we hear from 22-year-old dairy farmer Anna Hinchley. Her desire to return to her family’s dairy in Cambridge, Wisconsin, after graduating prompted her parents to move forward with expanding the herd and upgrading to automated milking. Anna has involved in every step of the barn design process. Hear about the key features of her rob…
 
The trad singers of The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre find joy in Zoom; composer and Dawn of Midi mainstay, Qasim Naqvi introduces us to more joy in the form of modular synthesisers; Marise Gaughan uses Take That to think through the second wave, and composer, Jennifer Walshe looks back on the silent spring of 2020.…
 
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