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Deep within the cold depths of the land of Michigan, people are playing Video Games. Join Dan Allen, Nicholas Cartier, and a slew of other questionable characters as they tackle the latest in Gaming News, Preview Future Games, and Compete in obscure and overly difficult trivia games. The Great Lakes Gaming Podcast. Now with more snow. #BUFFLUCK
 
Having fun and highlighting all things in the Great Lakes Backcountry. From stories to everyday insights, we aim to make your experiences around the Great Lakes more enjoyable. Our sorry, not sorry approach will be informative to everyone no matter your skill level around the mighty Great Lakes. From fishing and all types of hunting to paddle boarding and hiking we will deliver the Great Lakes hidden gems and showcase the abundance of resource in the place we call home! Website coming soon! ...
 
This weekly podcast focuses on the amazing Great Lakes lifestyle. Featuring interviews with fisherman, boaters and great lakes enthusiast. Conversations range from favorite ports and products to fishing topics which include the latest tips and trends. Your Host Captain Adam Knudsen from Hiatus Charters and Mike Magee from Great Lakes Gear interview guests in a fun and informative way.
 
Our podcast is about Murders and mayhem in Michigan, we will go through the cities, lakes, swamps and generally the back 40 all over the Great Lakes State discussing a plethora of murders. Our stories will as little of the victims side as possible. But we will definitely be mocking the murderer. Music brought us together, Roger that! So we will end each story with a little local music leaving you with a happy ending and on a good note!
 
Beyond the Breakers is a podcast about loss and lessons learned at sea. My goal is to share a topic that I have been captivated by since I first heard Gordon Lightfoot's "Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" as a child: why do ships sink? Through this podcast I hope to provide a wide range of stories. Some will consist of legends or tales handed down from the golden age of sail. Others will be from the "black and white" age of still photography and telegraph. Perhaps most terrifying are the stori ...
 
The Great Lakes Horror Company is a horror and speculative fiction themed podcast with a focus on writers and the written word, founded by members of the Ontario Chapter of the Horror Writers Association and now produced by LibraryoftheDamned.com. Expect exciting guests, rotating hosts, interviews, round-table discussions, reviews, news, writing tips and more on this monthly talk show.
 
Turn off the lights, get into bed and plug in your earphones. It's time for a creepy bedtime story. For the discerning horror fan, we cover the most chilling cases from around the world. From the paranormal to the supernatural, unsolved mysteries and strange deaths to cryptids, conspiracy theories and the most disturbing of true crimes, all told in a unique and creepy way. Join us every week for a new scary story. bedtime.stories@outlook.com
 
On the LKN Business Podcast Co-Hosts Danny and Richie shine a spotlight on the great businesses here in Lake Norman. Business is more fun as a community so they're going behind the curtain to get the who, what, and why. If you want to know about what drives the businesses in your community, this is your new favorite podcast. If you own a business in LKN and want to be a guest, reach us at lknbusinesspodcast@gmail.com
 
Celebrity paranormal investigator Bridget Marquardt (Star of E!’s The Girls Next Door) embarks on an exploration of self-described ghost magnets and the spirits, poltergeists and pookas they attract. When, where and how did they realize that they had this spiritual magnetism? What’s it like living with the specters of the dead? Bridget investigates all that and more in her weekly podcast.
 
He was born Hamish Watson, a surfie dude from Sydney – but he could morph into whatever you needed him to be. Hamish is due to be sentenced to jail in early 2019 for swindling a handful of victims out of more than $7m. But these crimes are just the final pages in a resume too thick to staple; for decades he’s duped victims in the US, Canada, Britain, Hong Kong and Australia. How did he do it? How did he evade authorities around the world for so long and what’s he done with all those tens of ...
 
Unexplained is a haunting and unsettling bi-weekly podcast about strange and mysterious real life events that continue to evade explanation. A story-based show mixing spoken-word narrative, history and ideas - often to terrifying effect - that explores the space between what we think of as real and what is not; where sometimes belief can be as concrete as ‘reality,’ whatever that is… More info at www.unexplainedpodcast.com and on twitter @unexplainedpod and facebook.com/unexplainedpodcast
 
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Many Ontario farmers would have heard about Yield Enhancement Networks (YEN) for the first time about two years ago at the Southwest Agricultural Conference. ADAS, an independent provider of agricultural and environmental consultancy services in the U.K., formed the first YEN back in 2012, with the goal of setting up collaboration between industry …
 
Talking Tribe on The Kenny & JT Show with Andre Knott from Bally Sports Great Lakes. And the big story of course is Shane Bieber now on the Injured List. Andre takes us behind the scenes to talk about the injury, his recovery, and how the Tribe will get through this. Has the injury affected his control issues this year? Has he been using the suntan…
 
Bit of a short one tonight, as Chris' brain was melting out of his face (again), but this little ep packs a massive punch with an absolutely gorgeous No Chance With Miranda barrel-aged Saison from Great Lakes. And, of course, the requisite discussion of patio reopening and how wonderful that is.By Chris Schryer
 
Hunting season is closer than we think so today we have Derek from Full Draw Assassins to talk about his journey to Ohio, what him and his crew are working on, some filming projects, and much more. Check out Full Draw Assassins on Instagram or Facebook to learn more. Great Lakes Backcountry aims to highlight everything wonderful about the Great Lak…
 
This week on the Podcast the boys discuss the New Pokemon Snap for Nintendo Switch as well as the newest season of Apex Legends and everything that comes with it. Also, they discuss the trailer for Lost Judgement and Team Yakuza's fallout from announcing the sequel to Judgement, as well as what it and Yakuza will be moving forward as a series. Also…
 
A recent U.S. federal reserve meeting resulted in an indication that attention to interest rate movement will be sped up in the future. “There’s been a few mixed messages, actually, out of the press conferences that followed that statement of the federal reserve,” says JP Gervais, chief economist at Farm Credit Canada. Gervais says it... Read More…
 
A recent U.S. federal reserve meeting resulted in an indication that attention to interest rate movement will be sped up in the future. “There’s been a few mixed messages, actually, out of the press conferences that followed that statement of the federal reserve,” says JP Gervais, chief economist at Farm Credit Canada. Gervais says it... Read More…
 
In the uncertainty of a national carbon strategy and how a carbon offset system will work, farmers’ contributions to sequestration and carbon emission mitigation efforts are frequently minimized. It seems the more knowledge there is about the exact amount of carbon sequestered in agricultural land, the more power farmers may have in lobbying for ex…
 
In the uncertainty of a national carbon strategy and how a carbon offset system will work, farmers’ contributions to sequestration and carbon emission mitigation efforts are frequently minimized. It seems the more knowledge there is about the exact amount of carbon sequestered in agricultural land, the more power farmers may have in lobbying for ex…
 
Edible bean growers in Ontario experienced a little bit of everything in 2021 — from excellent soil conditions, to frost and hard-to-find moisture. On this episode of RealAgriculture’s Edible Bean School, host Bernard Tobin and Hensall Co-op agronomist Josh Moffatt explore four different Oxford County fields, and share lessons learned from the spri…
 
Edible bean growers in Ontario experienced a little bit of everything in 2021 — from excellent soil conditions, to frost and hard-to-find moisture. On this episode of RealAgriculture’s Edible Bean School, host Bernard Tobin and Hensall Co-op agronomist Josh Moffatt explore four different Oxford County fields, and share lessons learned from the spri…
 
The Friday Kenny & JT Show is underway with wishes to all the Dads for a Happy Fathers Day this weekend. As we look ahead to the Tribe back in action in Pittsburgh, we wonder why there are so many really bad teams in baseball (like the Pirates). We give Jose Ramirez an All-Star voting push. Why does JT not mind that MLB games are running long? And …
 
A board-certified OB/GYN physician, Dr. Northrup graduated from Dartmouth Medical School and completed her residency at Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston. She was also an assistant clinical professor of OB/GYN at Maine Medical Center for 20 years. Dr. Northrup’s work has been featured on Super Soul Sunday on OWN, The Oprah Winfrey Show, th…
 
Pulse crops can show a lot of height variability during the growing season, and this early on, staging a pulse crop for a herbicide application certainly requires more than just a drive by. “You really have to get out in a field to get staging on peas right,” says Daniel Packer, senior brand manager of... Read More…
 
Pulse crops can show a lot of height variability during the growing season, and this early on, staging a pulse crop for a herbicide application certainly requires more than just a drive by. “You really have to get out in a field to get staging on peas right,” says Daniel Packer, senior brand manager of... Read More…
 
It’s been a challenging start for wheat in much of Western Canada this spring due to hot and dry conditions, which might lead growers and agronomists to ask “what if?” this cool season crop had been planted earlier. Wheat’s yield potential is determined early on, at the three to six leaf stage, explains Brunel Sabourin... Read More…
 
It’s been a challenging start for wheat in much of Western Canada this spring due to hot and dry conditions, which might lead growers and agronomists to ask “what if?” this cool season crop had been planted earlier. Wheat’s yield potential is determined early on, at the three to six leaf stage, explains Brunel Sabourin... Read More…
 
Canada’s agriculture industry has had its share of trials over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Interrupted value chains, spilled milk, and empty grocery shelves were thankfully a short-lived experience for Canadians and the agriculture sector. In fact, agriculture and food, as industries, have continued to be economic drivers even during the l…
 
Canada’s agriculture industry has had its share of trials over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Interrupted value chains, spilled milk, and empty grocery shelves were thankfully a short-lived experience for Canadians and the agriculture sector. In fact, agriculture and food, as industries, have continued to be economic drivers even during the l…
 
In 1964 the eleventh in a series of brutal murders occurred in and around the city of Boston, Massachusetts, that police had come to believe were all perpetrated by the same individual - referred to in the press as The Mad Strangler. No closer to finding the culprit after 18 months of investigations, an incredible decision was made in an attempt to…
 
On this week's episode of the Great Loop Radio Podcast, join us for the Part 2 of the recorded Open Q&A session from the recent Virtual Spring Rendezvous. A panel of Gold Loopers--including Kay & Robert Creech, Claudia & Dave Fuller, and Laura & Ben Stein--takes questions from attendees on all things related to the Great Loop!…
 
This week Chris was joined by the founders of Pherm Brewing Company, Billy Abbot and Henry Jager. We talked about Phish, bread, Phish, sleep paralysis, Phish, pizza, Phish, and a little bit about their brewery. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Follow Chris on Instagram Like us on Facebook! Presented by Roasthouse Pub in Frederick. And supported by …
 
Since the 1980s China has witnessed massive economic growth. It’s become known as the 'world’s factory'. The driving force behind much of it has been a vast migrant workforce of millions of people, many from the countryside. But at what cost to village life and rural communities? Rebecca Kesby has been speaking to writer Liang Hong about her experi…
 
Welcome to another Thursday edition of RealAg Radio. We’ve got another Farmer Rapid Fire show for you, where host Shaun Haney talks with farmers from all across the country. This week you’ll hear from: Peter Gredig of St. Thomas, Ont., where the corn and wheat look good despite some delayed rains; Dane Froese of Winkler,... Read More…
 
Welcome to another Thursday edition of RealAg Radio. We’ve got another Farmer Rapid Fire show for you, where host Shaun Haney talks with farmers from all across the country. This week you’ll hear from: Peter Gredig of St. Thomas, Ont., where the corn and wheat look good despite some delayed rains; Dane Froese of Winkler,... Read More…
 
The National Cattleman’s Beef Association (NCBA) wants to do away with the Product of the USA label on beef, saying the term could potentially be misleading to consumers. Kent Bacus, senior director of international trade and market access for NCBA, based out of Washington, D.C., explains that current rules state that beef product only has... Read …
 
The National Cattleman’s Beef Association (NCBA) wants to do away with the Product of the USA label on beef, saying the term could potentially be misleading to consumers. Kent Bacus, senior director of international trade and market access for NCBA, based out of Washington, D.C., explains that current rules state that beef product only has... Read …
 
The Thursday Kenny & JT Show is underway following the Indians win over the Baltimore today as they sweep the Orioles. During the course of the game, Kenny did some work for the show and station while JT decided to do gardening. Plus, JT tries to figure out a way to befriend his neighbor that just got a pool. We’ll talk Tribe, Browns, and other stu…
 
A project to reduce runoff to the Saginaw Bay is among those funded by a series of state grants. The DNR is asking the public to report muskee caught to an online survey. Wildlife crossings, such as green bridges, reduce wildlife collisions with vehicles.By Delta College Public Radio
 
Baseball Hotel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94qdRJA_JRc&feature=emb_logo Illinois Bunker - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsesuSm5rDQ&feature=emb_logo Charlie No Face - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ce7LNF4c2k Strange Sound in Oregon - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUG2Wzuj_Fo Wild howls recorded by couple - https://www.youtube.com/watch…
 
Many Ontario farmers would have heard about Yield Enhancement Networks (YEN) for the first time about two years ago at the Southwest Agricultural Conference. ADAS, an independent provider of agricultural and environmental consultancy services in the U.K., formed the first YEN back in 2012, with the goal of setting up collaboration between industry …
 
Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you today by Stoller Enterprises. On today’s show, you’ll hear from: Kent Bacus, senior director of international trade and market access of NCBA, about U.S. labelling and how that slips into COOL territory; An X-Cyte product spotlight with Ryan Bonnett of Stoller Enterprises; Jim Wieseme…
 
Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you today by Stoller Enterprises. On today’s show, you’ll hear from: Kent Bacus, senior director of international trade and market access of NCBA, about U.S. labelling and how that slips into COOL territory; An X-Cyte product spotlight with Ryan Bonnett of Stoller Enterprises; Jim Wieseme…
 
Wheat in Ontario is in grain fill, and that means scouting for cereal leaf beetle. There’s also been plenty of rain in certain parched parts of the west, but it’s too much and way too late to save the crop. In this week’s edition of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson discusses some insect alerts,... Read More…
 
Wheat in Ontario is in grain fill, and that means scouting for cereal leaf beetle. There’s also been plenty of rain in certain parched parts of the west, but it’s too much and way too late to save the crop. In this week’s edition of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson discusses some insect alerts,... Read More…
 
On The Kenny & JT Show, we’re joined by OHSAA Director of Communications Tim Stried who gives us the good news that the high school football championship games will return to Tom Benson Stadium here in Canton. Tim takes us through the process of reaching the agreement, other cities that wanted it, what sold Canton to OHSAA, and more. Will things be…
 
The Wednesday Kenny & JT Show is underway. And we start with the great news from OHSAA that the high school football state championships will return to Tom Benson Stadium for at least the next three years. Bobby Bradley stays red hot as the Indians beat the Orioles again last night. The guys give special appreciation for Terry Francona as he’s keep…
 
Chop Steakhouse & Bar recently announced plans to become the first full-service restaurant chain in Canada to offer steaks featuring certification that recognizes sustainable beef practices. “The most exciting part of that menu is our new mass balance certification through the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef,” says Stephen Clark, executive…
 
Chop Steakhouse & Bar recently announced plans to become the first full-service restaurant chain in Canada to offer steaks featuring certification that recognizes sustainable beef practices. “The most exciting part of that menu is our new mass balance certification through the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef,” says Stephen Clark, executive…
 
Every year, Sask Wheat and other Prairie wheat groups go out and sample soil to look for wheat midge cocoons that have overwintered, and then create a forecast map from that information. The wheat midge forecast map is showing a lot of red, which is a bit alarming. Wheat midge is definitely on Tyler Wist’s... Read More…
 
Every year, Sask Wheat and other Prairie wheat groups go out and sample soil to look for wheat midge cocoons that have overwintered, and then create a forecast map from that information. The wheat midge forecast map is showing a lot of red, which is a bit alarming. Wheat midge is definitely on Tyler Wist’s... Read More…
 
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