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The Livestock Conservancy is a nonprofit dedicated to protecting endangered livestock and poultry breeds from extinction. In this podcast, rare breed livestock and poultry experts share their best advice, challenges, and celebrations in chats about agriculture history, scientific breakthroughs, marketing, husbandry, genetics, farm life, and everything in between. Each month features a new species listed on the Conservation Priority List and new guests who share their stories about raising an ...
 
Join Kenny Troiano, and his co-hosts, Frank Bradley – Master Breeder, Jeff Mattocks – Poultry Nutritionist, and Dr. Rachel Potter – Veterinarian, as they talk about various subjects concerning breeding, feeding and health care, and the raising of gamefowl and chickens. They will also address many issues that Breeders like you are dealing with every day.
 
Bred to Perfection is a podcast that will help you to master the art of selective breeding, and become a master breeder of chickens and gamefowl. The podcast is hosted by Kenny and Nancy Troiano. Kenny Troiano has more than 40 years of experience, and has authored two books on the subject of breeding. If you are interested in creating, maintaining, and improve your strain, this is the place for you.
 
Coffee with the Chicken Ladies covers all things pet chicken. Each episode includes a breed spotlight and relevant chicken keeping topics, as well as reviews of books and products, amazing recipes using home fresh eggs, interviews, and occasional chicken-themed celebrations. Please help us grow the podcast - subscribe, share, and leave reviews and rating on Apple Podcasts. Thanks for listening!
 
Join Rick and Elara of Backyard Green Films as we traverse the U.S on a green adventure! We travel throughout the land in our travel trailer (nicknamed Bessie), on a mission to share the stories, dedication, and wisdom of America's stewards of sustainable agriculture who've followed their own 'call of the land.' From scientists to geneticists to organic farmers and ranchers - plus a bounty of interesting folks we meet along the way, each voice is uniquely diverse, and each story compels us t ...
 
As racism becomes invogue again mixed race, biracial, dual nationality holding, half breed, non nation….(I could go on but you get the gist) Esther Manito wants to hear the experiences of what it really means to grow up between two countries, two cultures, two religions, two cuisines...again…. you get it. Esther will invite plenty of guests from the world of comedy, academia, law, journalism, TV and sports to chat over their heritage, traditions, culture clashes and experiences being duel he ...
 
Sharing our small farm stories and skills along our farming, gardening and homesteading journey. Visit the farm for an informative and sometimes irreverent tour through our garden, livestock pastures, chicken coop, beehive and greenhouse as we live - pasture to plate. Farming topics free range around pastured heritage pigs, broiler chickens and pastured eggs, heritage breed turkeys, an heirloom vegetable CSA and garden, high tunnel / hoop house / green houses, organic and traditional gardeni ...
 
Meet radio's hottest new detective - Jack Cassidy, PI! She may be a dame, but she's as tough and hard-bitten as the best in the biz. In thrilling weekly instalments, you can follow Jack's adventures as she matches wits with gangsters and grifters, bootleggers and bolsheviks, fascists and femme fatales. Welcome to the mean streets of Edmonton, 1936. The prairies will never be quite the same... Hardboiled is a queer noir mystery podcast from Empress of Blandings Productions, presented in assoc ...
 
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Welcome to another Wooly Wednesday! This month our special guest is Katya Ekimian, a recent graduate of The Parsons School of Design. Cindra will be chatting with her about about rare wool, processing, and her latest projects. Katya holds a BFA in fashion design and is a knitwear designer hoping to reimagine our fashion system through greater cultu…
 
Legacy Listener Rhonda joins us from Canada to tell us all about her COVID horse, a 5 year Oldenburg Mare called Ani. We take a look at the Preakness, Dogs in the Morning chats about rude people who don't ask to pet your dog and some Reallie Badd Adz. Listen in...By Jorge Hernandez
 
Legacy Listener Rhonda joins us from Canada to tell us all about her COVID horse, a 5 year Oldenburg Mare called Ani. We take a look at the Preakness, Dogs in the Morning chats about rude people who don't ask to pet your dog and some Reallie Badd Adz. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2682 – Show Notes and Links: The HORSES IN THE MORNING …
 
Traci and Catie are joined by Oliver Kennedy to talk about horse show management. Brought to you by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services. Guests and Links Plaidcast Episode 229: Link for sight impaired: Click Here Hosts: Traci Brooks and Catie Staszak Title Sponsor: Taylor, Harris Insurance Services, THIS Guest: Oliver Kennedy Featured in Photo: Olive…
 
An all listener roundtable. The panelists are Jill from PA, Leah from New York and Aimee from Australia. They tackle topics like mental health, loss of confidence, finding your goals and horse showing alone. Listen in.... Stable Scoop Episode 519: Host: Glenn the Geek (see host bios) Panelist: Auditor Jill Panelist: Auditor Leah Panelist: Auditor A…
 
Mary Kitzmiller answers listener submitted horse training questions. Topics include: horses who won't tie, teaching horses to not be scared of water, going over a bridge without hesitation, how to pony another horse safely. Plus, Mary and Coach Jenn weigh in on leather bits.By admin
 
Mary Kitzmiller answers listener submitted horse training questions. Topics include: horses who won't tie, teaching horses to not be scared of water, going over a bridge without hesitation, how to pony another horse safely. Plus, Mary and Coach Jenn weigh in on leather bits. Hosts: Mary Kitzmiller (pictured) and Coach Jenn (See host bios.) Title Sp…
 
Mary Schwentker from Dry Run Farm Eventing in VA weighs in on why you should consider auditing clinics and how to get the most from your time at the rail. Mary is ICP Certified Instructor Level II, “USPC "A” graduate, and holds USDF bronze and silver medals. This episode is brought to you by Purina Omega Match Additional support also provided by HR…
 
The Purina Health Segment features Dr. Wendy Ying speaking about ticks, how to deal with them and what to do if your horse has been zapped by a deer tick. Plus, our Equiderma guest is up and coming Para-Equestrian Andie Sue Roth, the Medina Spirit situation, gas shortages and some weird news. Listen in...…
 
The Purina Health Segment features Dr. Wendy Ying speaking about ticks, how to deal with them and what to do if your horse has been zapped by a deer tick. Plus, our Equiderma guest is up and coming Para-Equestrian Andie Sue Roth, the Medina Spirit situation, gas shortages and some weird news. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2680 – Show N…
 
Karen's tells us about her new horse and we meet the ride managers for the upcoming National Championship ride in Montana. Lee Pearce has over 10,000 miles and shares about his AERC Hall of Fame Horse Fire Mt. Malabar. Listen in.... Guests and Links Episode 2679: The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic …
 
In this episode we spotlight the sweetly unusual Scots Dumpy chicken, have a roundtable discussion with Fiona the Floof Lady about chick/pullet integration into existing flocks, chat about traditional Italian pasta and eggs, and review the fantastic JoRetro shop's vintage chicken homewear and accessories. Breed Spotlight - Scots Dumpy Chicken Sandh…
 
Dr. Emily Weiss, Vice President of ASPCA Equine Welfare, joins us to talk about the ASPCA's Adopt a Horse Month. Auditor Lindsey Ardmore shares her passion for helping Veterinarians with her new program called "The Automated Vet" and some Equestrian First World Problems. Listen in...By Jorge Hernandez
 
Dr. Emily Weiss, Vice President of ASPCA Equine Welfare, joins us to talk about the ASPCA's Adopt a Horse Month. Auditor Lindsey Ardmore shares her passion for helping Veterinarians with her new program called "The Automated Vet" and some Equestrian First World Problems. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2678 – Show Notes and Links: The HO…
 
We talk with Dr. Sam Sofer and Olympian Bode Millar on air filtration systems for barns, critters of the show are the birds Pati likes to watch, and in critter nutrition we focus on quercetin for horses. Co-Hosts: Tigger Montague from BiostarUS and Pati Pieucci from from Pierucci Dressage Photo Credit: Healthy Critters Radio What is Quercetin, and …
 
The Backyard Green Films universe this week: Our San Diego Screening of The Holstein Dilemma documentary is here. The exciting new Heritage Breed Stamp Series at the USPS hits next Monday. We have a shot at something big. Holy Cow. Links: https://www.netaonline.org/about-us https://www.netaonline.org/episode/holstein-dilemma https://www.imdb.com/ti…
 
We pull at your heartstrings with Miri Hackett from Hackett Equine as she shares her personal story of how her TB filly truly was a gift. Christie Schulte-Kappert joins us to talk about ASPCA's newest initiative: Adopt-A-Horse Month. And if we weren't encouraging you enough to bring a new horse into your life, Leandra from New Vocations brings us a…
 
We pull at your heartstrings with Miri Hackett from Hackett Equine as she shares her personal story of how her TB filly truly was a gift. Christie Schulte-Kappert joins us to talk about ASPCA's newest initiative: Adopt-A-Horse Month. And if we weren't encouraging you enough to bring a new horse into your life, Leandra from New Vocations brings us a…
 
In this episode of Bred to Perfection, we are discussing Genetic Drift, and the effect it can have on our strains. Genetic drift is a force of nature that contributes to the evolution of species, but can also have an effect on the evolution of our strains. In fact, it can change the direction of your strain with a blink of an eye through a sudden c…
 
EPISODE SUMMARY I share 3 conclusions I have come to over the last few weeks as a result of reading a social media thread regarding personal development and horsemanship. EPISODE NOTES I share 3 conclusions I have come to over the last few weeks as a result of reading a social media thread regarding personal development and horsemanship. This episo…
 
EPISODE SUMMARY I have the privilege of speaking with Jim Masterson & Dylan Silver where they share the experience of producing the documentary film, “A Mind Like Still Water”. EPISODE NOTES I have the privilege of speaking with Jim Masterson & Dylan Silver where they share the experience of producing the documentary film, “A Mind Like Still Water”…
 
EPISODE SUMMARY In this episode we have a honest and open conversation about helmet use in the equestrian world and its many disciplines, discuss the whys behind when we choose not to wear a helmet, and have an informed conversation with Betsy MacFarlane about concussion awareness. EPISODE NOTES In this episode we have a honest and open conversatio…
 
On today's USDF episode we will be joined by senior education coordinator Isabella Baker, after that we have a great chat with young professional rider Madeleine Perry, and then we interview author of our latest book club book John Haime. Listen In...By Jaime
 
On today's USDF episode we will be joined by senior education coordinator Isabella Baker, after that we have a great chat with young professional rider Madeleine Perry, and then we interview author of our latest book club book John Haime. Listen In... GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 616: Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip Parkes Officia…
 
Raquel Lynn is a successful equine blogger with not one but two excellent blogs. If you’ve ever made margaritas following the recipe on Horses and Heels or drooled over your dream barn on Stable Style, you’ve seen her work! Hosts & Guests April Hardeman Laura Langfitt Raquel Lynn Resources Make It Rein Unbridled Content Marketing Horse & Heels Stab…
 
It’s springtime in America, and that means many of our horses are back to work in earnest. Some more than others, and for some horse owners, separating our horses from their friends in order to work, travel, or show, can mean managing emotions – theirs and ours. My guest today is Nick Rivera of the Horseman’s University. Nick is a trainer who helps…
 
Victoria Goff, Press Officer at The All England Jumping Course Hickstead, stops by to get caught up. Listener Anastasia Burke did an amazing painting of Glenn's past Greyhound and we give away this month's prize for Really Badd Adz. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2677 – Show Notes and Links: The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Gee…
 
Tonya speaks to Bliss Heers, a top showjumping rider who was recently named to the short list for the Tokyo Olympics. Tonya also welcomes 15-year old Carlee McCutcheon who is a successful up and coming junior rider competing in the hunters, jumpers and equitation who also shows reining horses. Tonya also discusses the importance of maintaining a se…
 
Tonya speaks to Bliss Heers, a top showjumping rider who was recently named to the short list for the Tokyo Olympics. Tonya also welcomes 15-year old Carlee McCutcheon who is a successful up and coming junior rider competing in the hunters, jumpers and equitation who also shows reining horses. Tonya also discusses the importance of maintaining a se…
 
Welcome to our first International Species Chat! This week we're talking with Dr. Maria Guadalupe Rodriguez Galvan and D. Phillip Sponenberg, DVM, Ph.D.Guadalupe teaches at the Autonomous University of Chiapas in Mexico. She holds a Zootechnical Veterinary Medicine from UNACH, a Master in Tropical Agroecology from UNACH, a Master in Agroecology Soc…
 
Have you been aimlessly throwing money at advertising with the hopes that it will attract droves of paying customers to your business? Sadly, most advertising efforts result in disappointment. Why?! Tune in as Denise Alvarez (Stormlily Marketing) shares 3 questions to ask yourself as a business owner before you open up your wallet and sign that nex…
 
Ellen Taylor, Executive Director of the Harness Horse Youth Foundation, shares some great opportunities for kids and Geir Kanstad tells us how he is leading the charge to renovate the marathon course at the Florida Horse Park. Plus Kathleen Haak from the Carriage Association of America has some driving related sweet treats and Abbie Trexler shares …
 
HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2676 – Show Notes and Links: Link to Sound File for Sight Impaired: Click Here Show Host: Glenn the Geek (see host bios) and Dr. Wendy Ying Visit our Facebook page for all the pics and posts. Title Sponsor: Horseware Pic: Harness Horse Youth Foundation Traditional Chinese Medicine: Spring Allergies Product of the Month…
 
Canadian Olympian Jessica Phoenix joins us to celebrate being only the 17th Eventer to start in one hundred 4* Events. Plus, Steve Kraus, Head of Farrier Services at Cornell University explains what Hoof Wall Flare is and what can be done about it and some Weird News. Listen in...By admin
 
Canadian Olympian Jessica Phoenix joins us to celebrate being only the 17th Eventer to start in one hundred 4* Events. Plus, Steve Kraus, Head of Farrier Services at Cornell University explains what Hoof Wall Flare is and what can be done about it and some Weird News. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2675 – Show Notes and Links: The HORSE…
 
Western Dressage with Stacy Westfall: Joanne Coy joins me today for both the Judges View and the Trainers Tip. In the Judges view we discuss the value of showing to well trained judges and how the high level of training is a benefit to the show competitors. In the Trainers Tip we discuss the value of understanding how each particular horse processe…
 
Western Dressage with Stacy Westfall: Joanne Coy joins me today for both the Judges View and the Trainers Tip. In the Judges view we discuss the value of showing to well trained judges and how the high level of training is a benefit to the show competitors. In the Trainers Tip we discuss the value of understanding how each particular horse processe…
 
Mustang Episode: We hear from Abigail Illenberger about how she adopted her mustang and the next steps in their journey together. Abby Illenberger adopted her mustang, Snooze, from the 2020 California Extreme Mustang Makeover with just over 100 days of training. Abby owns and operates Harmony with Horses, a kids horsemanship program, in San Juan Ca…
 
Mustang Episode: We hear from Abigail Illenberger about how she adopted her mustang and the next steps in their journey together. Abby Illenberger adopted her mustang, Snooze, from the 2020 California Extreme Mustang Makeover with just over 100 days of training. Abby owns and operates Harmony with Horses, a kids horsemanship program, in San Juan Ca…
 
In this episode we spotlight the beautiful Buckeye chicken, give our tips for making chicken safe gardens, share our recipe for strawberry baked french toast, and chat with Ellen of @fab4hens about vintage hens on nest dishes. American Buckeye Poultry Club http://www.americanbuckeyepoultryclub.com/ American Buckeye Club http://www.americanbuckeyecl…
 
It’s that time again – Bishop Mule Days. We’re going to bring you back to that wild adventure with an interview with Bill Garrett, of Garrett Jackstock. He came all the way from Stillwell, Oklahoma to show off his gorgeous ass. We would know, because we looked (ba-dum-dum)(And yes, we will take every cheap and easy shot we can on this one). Mule da…
 
We chat about the Kentucky Derby 2021 and the winner Medina Spirit and Pat Raia from "What Italians Really Eat" shares her favorite Derby party recipe from the weekend. Plus, Equestrian First World Problems and other equestrian news. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2673 – Show Notes and Links: The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Ge…
 
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