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For people passionate about farming, gardening, food politics, food security, and the intersections among these topics. Jordan Marr, a certified organic farmer in British Columbia, interviews farmers, gardeners, academics, and journalists about stuff farmers and food system nerds care about. If where and how your food is produced matters to you, this podcast is produced for you!
 
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Young Farmers Podcast

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Young Farmers Podcast

National Young Farmers Coalition

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The internet is flooded with food photos, recipes and diet advice, partisan news, and farmer-inspired fashion, but who is listening to the farmers themselves? Farmers grow your food and manage nearly half of all land on Earth. It's time to pay attention to the policies, programs, and events that are shaping the future of agriculture. Our host, Lindsey Lusher Shute, co-founder of the National Young Farmers Coalition, provides a fresh, farmer-centric take on food and farm policy. We talk with ...
 
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Fresh & Local Podcast - Minneapolis Farmers Market

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Fresh & Local Podcast - Minneapolis Farmers Market

Host Susan Berkson, Published by the Central Minnesota Vegetable Growers Association

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The Minneapolis Farmers Market presents a weekly 15-minute podcast focused on fresh and local foods. Host Susan Berkson talks with growers, food experts and chefs to deliver content for healthy living, food safety and unique meal ideas - sure to transform you into a savvy farmers market shopper. Fresh and Local will teach you how to shop the market, store the food you buy there and prepare delicious dishes. This show is perfect for moms, food bloggers, foodies, gardeners, or aspiring chefs.
 
Meet the Farmers highlights the realities of running a farm in the UK. The episodes each profile a different farm, looking at the enterprises and interviewing the people who work on them.It’s about highlighting the realities of farming life, the good times and the bad, as well as farmers’ hopes and fears for the future.
 
The Farmers' League! We talk about French Football, its top tier, Uber Eats Ligue 1, the teams playing in Champion's League, Europa League, and Les Bleus! , the national team. Every team gets a bit of love, we discuss key players, every game, transfer rumours and all the drama that comes with Frenchies running behind a ball!
 
My fab 4! I'm talking about farmers market, festivals, fairs and flea markets. This is my idea of a good day: Being outside and trying new things. Each episode I will talk about current and upcoming fab 4's! Come along for the ride with me and my family. Follow me on Instagram for pictures: shantehassel.alicestable
 
Each week, we'll interview a different member of Practical Farmers of Iowa about their farm. We’ll hear practical information from all types of farmers: new and experienced; young and old; small and large; horticulture, livestock and row-crop farmers. We’ll talk with farmers about the issues most relevant to the farming community: the nitty gritty of growing and raising all sorts of plants and animals; on-farm research; protecting and improving soil and water quality; farm profitability; the ...
 
For renovation in Farmers Branch, if you are looking to hire professional contractors then contact Kozy Construction. It provides a range of services for home renovation including: carpentry, flooring, framing, cabinetry, masonry, countertops, drywall, tape, texture, paint etc. To hire the renovation services, visit: https://profiles.wordpress.org/kozycon/
 
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Meet the Co-op Farmers

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Meet the Co-op Farmers

Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals

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A candid new podcast series will tell the stories of Australian farmers transforming their businesses and fighting back from the brink by working together. Featuring leading primary producers, the eight-episode podcast MEET THE CO-OP FARMERS will address some of the biggest issues in farming, put forward solutions aimed at future-proofing Australian family farms and talk to farmers and fishers fighting back with the co-operative model.
 
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In this episode, we talk prairie strips with northeast Iowa farmer Dick Sloan. We talk about why Dick decided to plant prairie strips, what they are, and what it takes to install and manage them. He was just featured in a new video series from PFI - Bringing Back the Edges: Creating Wildlife Habitat on Farms. You can check out the video on prairie …
 
Ever look at the food you buy and wonder how it made its way to you? From children’s lunches to candy bars, peanut butter is a must-have in many pantries - and it’s carefully cultivated and crafted with pride on its way to your taste buds. That’s why, in this episode that concludes a two-parter about peanuts, Andy interviews chef Michael Marshall a…
 
In this episode - as the supply chain crisis depends, we examine the prospects for food inflation and ask: how high will it go? The government finally acts to ease pressure on the pig sector – by letting more meat processors into the UK – but is it too little too late? We meet the man who wants to revolutionise the AHDB – the Agriculture and Hortic…
 
Integrating solar power in and around farms can reduce energy costs, improve sustainability goals, and transform a farms economic status. In this episode, we hear from Tom Giovagnoli, an egg producer with Pete and Jerry’s in Boscawen who shares that adding solar to the roof of his barn made his operation more economically viable. We also chat with …
 
One hundred years ago, George Washington Carver saw what few others did at the time: the simple power of the peanut. Today, the little legume that could is used in hundreds of dishes - but its ability to enrich the soil with nitrogen between growing other crops make the peanut versatile and sustainable. Those two words also describe the culinary ap…
 
In this week’s Farm Tech Talk the team talk about adding premium to Kerry sucklers, dosing lambs at this time of year, and on dairy farm walks with Aidan Brennan. We also hear from David Corbett from Grassland AGRO about lime and fertiliser shortages.By Irish Farmers Journal
 
In this special bonus episode in three acts, PFI member Gina Nichols weaves together the fiction and the non-fiction, science and art, past and future to paint a portrait of one of farming’s most important resources in “Consider the Soil.” If you’re curious about the soil, and you like a good story, you’re going to love this episode.…
 
In this episode, we examine why the government won't take the UK pig crisis seriously – and what farmers can do about it. Will Defra's flagship environmental land management scheme be good for farmers and the countryside? Two experts give their views. How you can "eat better balanced" – we look at the AHDB campaign for meat to remain an important p…
 
What does a chef do with veal at a 5-star restaurant? Chef Marcus Daniel guides us through his veal-centric menu that leaves us mesmerized and satisfied. This episode is recorded live in Roanoke, Indiana at Joseph Decuis, a five star dining experience tucked away in this charming Indiana hamlet. We just finished a dinner of veal - three ways. I’d n…
 
In Episode 9, we focus on Matchday 9 in Ligue 1: Lens confirms and keep their 2nd spot PSG loses for the first time this season! Lille and Monaco back where they belong OM tired? Bernard Tapie passed away this weekend. RIP Boss. A football president that change the game in France foreverBy Jeremy Magan
 
Could Britain really face a shortage of turkeys this Christmas? We speak to a seasonal poultry producer who says the sector faces a huge challenge. Would you like a minister for the countryside in every government department? Pipe dream or farming future? We find out. On the markets, we have the latest prospects and prices for oilseed rape – and al…
 
Stephen Robb and Andy Doyle run through all the latest tillage news in this week’s Irish Farmers Journal Tillage Podcast. On this week’s show the pair discuss Dairygold’s grain prices, the key points of Tuesdays leaders debate including CAP and Carbon Credits and the possibility of reviving Ireland’s milling wheat industry.…
 
With new changes to the Fair Deal scheme coming into play in a matter of weeks, Irish Country Living's finance journalist, Margaret Nolan, gives us an overview of Fair Deal, the new legislation and what this means for farming families. Link to Margaret's article on Fair Deal: https://www.farmersjournal.ie/money-mentor-fair-deal-scheme-becomes-a-lit…
 
Ben Shambaugh founded Wayside Farm in Sandwich, NH over 30 years ago. Since 2013 he has been trying a variety of alternative fruit crops under the Great Northern Berries name. Through trial and error he has found what works and what doesn’t for his business. Come join us and learn about their journey into producing honey berry and other unique smal…
 
Bridget McKee and her husband Ben set out to start a vegetable farm that would fit in with their professional interests and the family life they want, in the place where they want to live. Join us to hear about the journey which had them starting their farm in Lancaster and then relocating it to Bethlehem. We’ll talk about how the farm chooses thei…
 
Northspore is a rising mycology company in Southern Maine. Originally created by three friends as a mushroom farm they have grown to offer mushroom spawn, inoculation supplies, mycological education and more. The crew at Northspore loves mushrooms and they want you to love them too! Join us as we talk about mushroom terminology, growing practices a…
 
Beekeeping has become a popular hobby for the backyard gardener, as well as an opportunity for commercial farms to diversify their business. Janice Mercieri of White Mountain Apiary has been successfully caring for bees and selling bee products, nucs and packages in Grafton and Coos Counties for many years. She brings a wealth of knowledge and expe…
 
From the Lofty ranges of Black Springs Ben has come to tell us that his VS was better cared for than others in a previous episode. There are breeds of sheep other than Merinos; he had a Polaris (which rhymes with Belarus) which was a "Bag of Snakes"; and that things are more difficult to grab when they're wet and slippery! Keep an eye out for Wunde…
 
What really happens in modern veal farming? How does it work? What are the animals really like? In Episode 51 of the EATYALL Podcast, you’ll uncover the skinny on these well fed cows Andy & Marianna go behind the scenes on veal farms in Indiana with Chef Marcus Daniel, Executive Chef at Joseph Decuis in Roanoke, Indiana. We begin our tour understan…
 
20 games were played this week in Ligue 1! Jeremy Magan quickly touches on Matchday 7, Nice's first loss and Rennes 6-0 win before a deep dive in Matchday 8. PSG on the verge of a crisis while winning 8 out of 8? OM players already tired? Did Lyon lose points because of the referees? Answers in the pod ;)…
 
In this episode, the fertiliser market soars after UK manufacturers curtail production because of rising gas prices. What should farmers do to secure fertiliser supplies? And should rates be adjusted? On the markets, Boris Johnson finally gets the go-ahead to send UK lamb to the USA. But when will exports start? A new sugar beet price is announced …
 
In Episode 50 of the EATYALL Podcast, we dive deep into a family beef operation with a farm family who’s working together raising grass fed beef right smack in the middle of America -- Oklahoma. Host Andy Chapman said, “One of my favorite things David said was ‘farming as a lifestyle makes a bad business, but farming as a business can make a great …
 
A trendsetter of Holden cars to a life guard "Hoff" moment saving a drowning fuel cart. With his dad Jim they run a successful Poll Hereford stud "Garryowen" in South Australia and still will travel south of the border in the elusive search for something to bale. Mark is still in relative terms finding his feet in a business that is both establishe…
 
On this week’s show, we talk all things BEAM with Adam Woods, lamb thrive with Darren Carty and Moorepark open day with Aidan Brennan. We also talk to Alex McCarthy, overall winner of the NDC and Kerrygold Quality Milk Awards, about his win in the competition this year.By Irish Farmers Journal
 
In this episode, a glyphosate shortage is causing havoc for growers trying to get autumn crops in the ground. TV star Jeremy Clarkson says he Backs British Farming Day – and voices support for an NFU report on the UK self-sufficiency in food. In a double dose of dairy stories, we examine plans to boost dairy exports – and we hear from the dairy coo…
 
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