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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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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 …
 
On this episode I chatted with Dustin Wilson owner of Faithful Family Farms in Adair Oklahoma. Presented by Oklahoma Agritourism. Hundreds of farms and ranches across the state invite you to explore and experience the intersection of agriculture and tourism — Oklahoma’s Growing Adventure. Pet a pig, help with harvest, lie around at the lodge, wind …
 
On this episode I chatted with return guest Noah Elias to talk about his company Stars and Stripes Company which makes hand made American flags. Based in Broken Arrow Oklahoma Noah has a great story. This business came from a need, Noah's uncle bought a barn and had visions of an American flag sitting above the barn doors. Noah searched the Interne…
 
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 …
 
On this episode I sat with Susan Witt. Born and raised Oklahoman living in the Midwest City / Del City area all her life. The Witt family business is Rosebud cleaners a MidDel businesses for over 55 years. But todays story is about Susan's incredible home made salsa called Ace In The Bowl - Salsa Worth Betting Your Chips On. What a tag line!!!!! ww…
 
On this weeks Oklahoma Hall of Fame episode I sat with Kevin Deshazo. Kevin has spend the last decade helping athletes, coaches and administrators to be better on social media. He founded Fieldhouse Media to help leaders and teams create championship culture with Culture Wins, a division of GiANT Worldwide. He's presented and spoken on more than 25…
 
On this episode of our House and Home Series I sat down with Russell and Tabitha Clark of R&R Homes in Moore Oklahoma. Russell started the business with is Dad after the Moore tornado. They decided to purchase two wrecked tornado lots and build their first two homes. Since that day they have strived for excellence. Built more homes around Moore and…
 
On this episode I chatted with generational Dairy farmer Travis Marak about his family business. A small farm continuously operated by the Marak family since 1912. We offer Grass-Fed dairy, bottled at the farm, and seasonal produce. Go here to find all you need to know about where you can support the farm and buy fresh product. www.marakfamilyfarm.…
 
On this episode I was fortunate enough to chat with Legendary voice of the OU Sooners Mr Toby Rowland. Toby and I both graduated from SNU. As a Nazarene pastors kid it was written on the wall that he would attend SNU in Bethany Oklahoma. We talked a lot about his time at SNU learning about sports broadcasting under the watchful eye and guidance of …
 
On this episode I chatted with retired Army analyst turned Alpaca and Fibre Mill operator Brenda Wyler. Brenda has a great story, she spend year working for the military at the Pentagon and when he son was shipped out to Afghanistan. As a mother sending her son to war Brenda bought two alpacas to sooth her soul. Now she has over 70 on 100 acres in …
 
On this episode I chatted with Founder of Skydance Brewing Co Jake Keyes. Jake also has a podcast called Brewed with Hustle which I was fortunate enough to be interviewed for a few weeks ago. Link here: BREWED WITH HUSTLE PODCAST Jake is a former tribal gaming executive, Native Business Magazine Top 50 Entrepreneur, brewer and owner of Oklahoma Cit…
 
On this episode I chatted with longtime college friend Whitney Linder and her boyfriend / business partner Tyler Baze. They opened the doors to their new gym in January of 2020 and in this podcast they'll tell you the story behind the whole mission. What drives them everyday to keep striving for better in all areas of their lives. They have been on…
 
On this episode I chatted with founders of Beyond Hill Company Travis and Christina Hill. Christina has always been artsy growing up and decided to start making Soaps, Bath Bubbles and whole other range of products from their home in Cleveland Oklahoma. If you have ever struggled to get your kiddos to wash. You will want one of these bath bubbles m…
 
On this weeks Oklahoma Hall of Fame episode I chatted with Tiffany Webb founder of Britten & Baileys. It was founded by Tiffany and her husband Heath. After years of working in the retail industry producing candles for stores all over the country. Tiffany spotted a gap in the market and decided to launch her niche luxury candle company. Going all i…
 
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
 
On this episode I chatted with friend and absolute business boss lady Alyssa Dyer. Alyssa owns a real estate company called Table Investments which we have previously talked about on the podcast ( episode #46 ) Today we talk about the BE BETTER DO BETTER mentality that her and her company have embodied. Alyssa is known for always saying "be better …
 
On this weeks Oklahoma Hall of Fame episode I sat with Water4 CEO Matt Hangen. Matt has almost given his life for Water4. Thankfully with the help of some amazing US Doctors he is still here today. A phenomenal story and one that will make you question yourself. "Are you doing enough, are you living life to your full potential" I can say with confi…
 
On this episode I sat with Head Sugar Slinger Melissa Wedman. CEO of this fantastic caramel and toffee candy company which starts out of her fathers love for caramel. GO BUY HER CANDY! www.mollycoddledhashslinger.net Follow her on instagram @mollycoddledhashslinger ABOUT While we'd love to tell you that our story began in the early 1900's at our He…
 
On this episode I sat with owner operator Joshua Ozaras of the Chalkboard Restaurant in Tulsa. The Chalkboard sits in the basement of the historic Ambassador Hotel in Tulsa. The hotel and the restaurant have a rich history which Joshua dives into today. But also this story is a story of family business. Joshua and his sister Shannon. They were expo…
 
On this episode I sat with Sec Blayne Arthur to talk all things Oklahoma Ag! Growing up in an agricultural family, studying in Stillwater and being the first women to hold the position. Awesome time with Sec Arthur and one you'll enjoy hearing. BIO On January 14, 2019, Blayne Arthur was sworn in by Governor Kevin Stitt as the Oklahoma Secretary of …
 
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…
 
On this episode I talk with OKC Attorney Aimee Majoue. Aimee moved here from California for a completely fresh start 12 years ago. She is now a local attorney and volunteer and works with Hotdogs for the Homeless. She is on the board at City Rescue Mission and is working to establish OKC's first homeless court in conjunction with the city's municip…
 
On this episode we dive into the rich history behind the Ambassador Hotel in Tulsa. A small boutique hotel with some great stories along the years. I sat down with hotel matter Nora Miller to learn all about the hotels personality and little quirks. General Patrick Hurley opened the Ambassador Hotel in 1929, intending it to be a luxury "extended st…
 
On this episode myself and Shannon interviewed Dr Geroge Henderson. There's so much to talk about in this episode and so much to share so we've devided it into two parts. This first part Dr Henderson talks about his early childhood up to coming to Norman Oklahoma. In Part 2 we'll dive into his work at OU and his thoughts on the future. Bio In 1967,…
 
On this episode I sat with the JD Strong and Josh Stratton. These two gentlemen live and breath the outdoors. To the point where its almost their middle name. We had a blast talking about how diverse Oklahoma is. Its one of very few states in the nation with as many eco systems. There's so much wildlife here its baffling to think about it. The impa…
 
On this episode I sat with Brooke & Jimmy Ogle who've opened up their own school in NW OKC out of a need for better education and opportunities for their three kids. Here's their story, Jimmy and Brooke are both from Oklahoma and have been married since 2009. Together they have three children, each of whom attends Wildflower: An Acton Academy. As a…
 
On this episode myself and Shannon interviewed Dr Geroge Henderson. There's so much to talk about in this episode and so much to share so we've devided it into two parts. This first part Dr Henderson talks about his early childhood up to coming to Norman Oklahoma. In Part 2 we'll dive into his work at OU and his thoughts on the future. Bio In 1967,…
 
In this episode, we talk with dairywoman Melissa Traiser. She is the owner-operator of THF Jerseys, a 45-cow dairy in Somerset, Wisconsin. We talk about how COVID-19 has affected her and her farm. She tells us about an act of kindness from her milk hauler that was specifically meaningful to her and her local dairy community. This episode's sponsor …
 
On this episode of This is Oklahoma Golf myself and Blake interviewed legendary golf writer Tom Coyne. Tom recently completed his latest book traveling around the country for 8 months playing 250 golf courses including every single US Open venue. One of which was in Tulsa at Southern Hills Country Club. Tom talks about his experience in Tulsa and a…
 
On this episode myself and Lance McDaniel interviewed Oklahoma film legend and producer of movies like Apocalypse Now, The Godfather I and II, Mr Gray Frederickson. Gray talked a lot about his history in Hollywood. How he studied in Italy and built long lasting relationships which would help him in the future. His work with Clint Eastwood during hi…
 
On this episode I talked with Brian Bogert. You probably know of Brian but if you don't you'll definitely know the restaurants and bars he and his business partner Manny own. They started with Texadelphia but have recently sold it. Currently the have The Jones Assembly, Fuzzys, Seven 47 and soon Spark. Here's a little about their story. "We have be…
 
On this episode I chatted with OU Football star receiver and retired Detroit Lions NFL player Ryan Broyles. Ryan is born and raised Oklahoman. Born in OKC, attends high school in Moore and accepted a scholarship to OU. But not till late in the year. He received the call late from OU and had many offers to go elsewhere. Especially OSU, as he mention…
 
On this episode I chatted with Justin Moose the #6 Ranked Professional Long Driver in the World. Justin and I played a tournament together down in Arteisa NM last year and have remained friends. He finished runner up in 2018 at the World Long Drive Championship held at Winter in Thackerville Oklahoma. Justin talks a lot about his experiences, how h…
 
This episode is with regular Progressive Dairy columnist Tim Moffett. Tim is a dairy-farmer comedian. You can find his humor in every issue of the magazine on the inside back cover. Tim has had some time on his hands due to COVID-19 and its prohibition on large gatherings. Thus, many of his scheduled performances have been canceled. He’s itching to…
 
On this episode I sat with friend Christina. She's has Oklahoma City "home" since 2003. As a Water Conservation Coordinator for the City of Oklahoma City's Utilities Department, Christina oversees the department's outreach and public education programs. Previously, Christina served as Executive Director for Oklahoma City's Historic Uptown 23rd Dist…
 
On this episode I interviewed Ashley a Mom from Owasso Oklahoma. Ashley has a YouTube channel with over 120,000 subscribers. In just a few short years Ashley has turned her passion into a business. Posting cleaning videos to her YouTube channel three or four times per week. Engaging with her subscribers and building meaningful relationships, Ashley…
 
On this episode I sat with Meriruth Cohenour who is the director of market development for the department of agriculture, food and forestry in Oklahoma. She's got a fascinating job! Ever changing, always meeting new interesting people and real Oklahoma stories from all over the state. Meriruth grew up in Oklahoma, studied at OSU and graduated with …
 
Canadian dairyman Ben Loewith milks 450 cows in Ontario, Canada. He’s about 2 two hours west of Buffalo, New York, or just a bit southwest of Toronto between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. Loewith’s cows are 100-plus-pound producers. Average isn’t something he’s interested in; the highest achievable results are more fascinating to him. Loewith likes t…
 
On this episode myself and Eric Granado interviewed Raymond and Bo from Dorwarts Custom Cowboy Boots in Guthrie Oklahoma. Raymond is world famous in the custom cowboy boot scene. His apprentice Bo is quickly making a name for himself learning from one of the best. Now as you all know, I am as far from a cowboy as it gets. Born in the UK, cowboying …
 
This weeks golf episode is a crazy wild story! OU Golfer Luke Kwon originally born in South Korea came to the states 15 years ago with his parents. They started a business here and were granted their green cards. Luke came here on his parents green card because he was under 18. Luke lives here the whole time. Falls in love with golf and is awarded …
 
On this episode I sat with Andrew Green or ANDREW G IMAGE as he's know in the community. Andrew is a published photographer, producer, & writer based out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Andrew is colorblind. Yet popularity for his photographs and prints continue to surge, in part, for their “color-pop”. Modern technology enables him to balance color du…
 
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