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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 ...
 
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The Boma

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The Boma

International Livestock Research Institute

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Welcome to ‘The Boma’—a new podcast about livestock in the developing world—the cattle, camels, sheep, goats, pigs and poultry—that provide billions of people with nutrition, income, resources and livelihoods. How can small scale livestock systems be sustainable, as well as profitable? How can they help protect the environment? Do they harm or enhance human health? Check out The Boma to hear diverse perspectives on some of the hottest topics debated today and dive deep into the best and late ...
 
Weekly insights for small farmers and aspiring farm based entrepreneurs who want to earn a living on the land doing something that they care about. A weekly show that tracks the farm season featuring two hosts: Darby Simpson and Diego Footer of Permaculture Voices. We focus on small family farming, grass based livestock, pastured poultry, grassfed beef, pastured pigs, farmsteading, farm sales and marketing, and work-life balance.
 
Pioneering Today is all about getting back to basics, simple living, and self-sufficiency with old-fashioned skills and wisdom in a modern world. With heirloom gardening, canning, preserving the harvest, from scratch cooking, raising your own food, including livestock (backyard chickens, pigs, and cattle), natural medicine, herbs, DIY like soap making along with living a simple self-sufficient life, no matter where you live. Hosted by 5th generation homesteader, Melissa K. Norris, author of ...
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
Welcome to the Future of Agriculture Podcast with Tim Hammerich. This show explores the people, companies, and ideas shaping the future of agribusiness. If you are curious about innovations in AgTech, rural entrepreneurship, agricultural sustainability, and food security, this is the show for you! For more details on the guests featured on this show, visit the blog at www.FutureOfAg.com. Or, to learn more about career opportunities in agriculture, visit www.AgGrad.com Make sure you’re subscr ...
 
Turkana Farms, LLC, is a small scale producer of heritage breed livestock and a wide array of vegetables and berries on just over 39 acres in Germantown, New York. Under the stewardship of Peter Davies and Mark Scherzer, the farm is dedicated to sustainable agriculture and eschews the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, growth enhancers, and antibiotics.
 
Insurgency Knitting Circle is a variety show focused on personal freedom and liberty. 4 friends, from 4 different walks of life, discuss everything from side hustles to modern homesteading. We frequently discuss topics like lifestyle design, side hustles, farming / gardening, raising livestock, lifestyle resiliency, learning new skills, homesteading and many other various topics.
 
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Ultimate Hobbyist

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Ultimate Hobbyist

Daniel and Samantha Chamberlain

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A place to listen to us, The Chamberlains and our friends, discuss the multitude of hobbies we've come to enjoy in our time as adults. Follow along as we brew beer, harshly judge espresso, build and shoot guns, talk about the military, raise our livestock, hunt wild game and much much more.
 
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KW FeedCast

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KW FeedCast

KW Alternative Feeds

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Brought to you by KW Alternative Feeds, this fortnightly podcast covers all you need to know about the raw material markets and topical product information. Ensuring you have up to date knowledge helping you make better informed buying decisions for all your herds needs.
 
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Farm4Profit Podcast

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Farm4Profit Podcast

Tanner Winterhof, David Whitaker, Corey Hillebo

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Our mission is to provide farms and operators an independent and unbiased outlet for information related to increasing the profitability of their farming operation. We will be providing farms and operators of all sizes and experience levels access to the latest trends, projections, and the tools necessary to increase farming profitability. Hosted by Tanner WInterhof (@IowaBankerman), David Whitaker (@farmlandguy), and Corey Hillebo (@corn_PorkNBeans) we will take each episode to deliver late ...
 
A Montreal morning radio staple is back. Terry DiMonte and Ted Bird have reunited for “Standing By: The Terry and Ted Podcast”, and like the longtime friends and old pros that they are, they haven’t skipped a beat despite a 14 year professional separation. WARNING: infectious fun; could be contagious. Do not listen to Terry and Ted while operating heavy machinery, performing delicate surgery or herding livestock.
 
This show is about both fresh and salt water aquarium keeping. On this Podcast we will be busting some long held false and sometimes dangerous beliefs in the hobby as well as discussing hidden causes of common problems such as cloudy water, specific types of algae, and unexpected mass livestock deaths. We also will discuss advanced methods in simple language and in both technical as well as natural approaches. We will be sharing years of aquarium experiment findings, much of which includes h ...
 
The University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute shares a relevant tip, announcement or takeaway that listeners can use when managing their farms or agribusinesses. Aired first on radio stations throughout the state, the weekly segments educate Missourians about topics ranging from livestock production to crop production to general farm management. Take a minute to listen to the latest Farm Management Minute! keywords: mizzou, mu extension, cafnr, farm management, missouri farm, m ...
 
Do you find yourself feeling alone living your Rural life? Are you searching for a community to be a part of? Have you been in the agriculture industry all your life or are you just starting out? Do you feel passionate about agriculture and have the spirit of a rural entrepreneur? Are you looking to be inspired by gutsy and resilient women in agriculture? The Rural Woman Podcast™ is a storytelling podcast that shares interviews from women with a passion for agriculture and rural life. These ...
 
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Fenceline

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Fenceline

Coalition to Support Iowa's Farmers

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Welcome to Fenceline, a CSIF production featuring topics on livestock, land + the latest news (with a few laughs mixed in). If you’re an Iowa livestock farmer, this podcast is for you! We talk to industry leaders, farm families, experts in the field, + more! Join the Fenceline family, where the gate is always open.
 
This podcast is produced and hosted by the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Field Agricultural Engineering Team. We are a group of agricultural engineers that work with farmers and agribusiness professionals to help improve the efficiency, profitability, and environmental outcomes on farms. This podcast will feature information and interviews with ISU Extension field ag engineers and others with expertise in engineering and environmental issues in agriculture. We will cover a var ...
 
Ever wonder how people homestead, grow animals, or even just live in the desert? How do you begin a homestead, what do you look for in livestock, feed, water storage, or equipment? How do you start the journey to producing your own food, look toward self reliance at least in some areas? That’s what this podcast is here to discuss! I grew up on a farm in the Midwest and now have hogs and chickens on a small homestead/farm/ranch (depending where you are from) in the high desert of southeastern ...
 
In each Rayner Reckons, I’ll share with you information on; the latest research for livestock production; tips on how to increase your profitability; advice on how to secure the health of your herd. I’ll have chats with industry leaders, share some great recipes and a laugh or two. I’ll also take you on the road and give you an insight into my week and the work I am doing to help producers across Australia.
 
This podcast is for anyone desiring to learn more about the human process of traditional, ethical, economic and delicious livestock processing and eating. Brandon and Lauren Sheard, co-hosts and owners of Farmstead Meatsmith--their small-scale, custom processing and education business--talk all things meat related: from practical knowledge to the philosophical inspiration behind growing, harvesting and eating meat.
 
Target Zero Hunger is a podcast that delves into the core issues of the UN Sustainable Develop Goals (SDGs). From eradicating poverty and hunger, to mitigating and adapting to climate change, rethinking food and agriculture production is critical to feeding a growing population and achieving these goals.
 
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Special Guest Judy Barnet, Director of Rare Breeds Trust of Australia (https://rarebreedstrust.com.au/), joins Charlene Couch and Brittany Sweeney to chat about the work to save rare breeds in Australia. Judy has been with the Rare Breeds Trust of Australia since 2015 as a director and treasurer. She also looks after the memberships and organizes t…
 
In the world of entrepreneurship people love to throw the term, "passion" around as if that is all you need to make it. I certainly is not the only thing you need, but it definitely helps. Today's guest has exactly that, and it comes shining through when you speak to her. Grace Brown is fresh off of finding out that she is a state proficiency winne…
 
Aloha and thank for tuning in to the Livestock Wala'au season 2! In this episode we will be talking with Kristen Kiriu, Farm Program Chief/District Director and Richard Nichols, Farm Loan Chief, from the USDA Farm Service Agency with the Hawaii & Pacific Basin State Office. They will be sharing about livestock and farm programs available for produc…
 
In the early 1900s, cattle herds across South Africa were devastated by a new livestock disease. Today, more than 100 years later, that disease is called East Coast fever, and despite scientists' best efforts to control it, the disease continues to devastate cattle and livelihoods across the dozen African countries where it is endemic. In this epis…
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Kelly Worthington. Kelly Worthington and her husband, Jon Lendvoy bought their farm in the Fall of 2010 just east of Carstairs. Kelly was an avid horse girl with always the desire for breeding and Jon an outdoorsman, hunter and fisherman. Not long into renovations, they decided they wa…
 
Huge increases in farm input costs pose a massive challenge to UK growers and livestock producers, piling pressure on business cashflows. Eye-watering levels of AgInflation have seen fuel costs more than double in recent months, with fertiliser prices more than trebling. Commodity prices too have spiked on the back of global weather concerns and Ru…
 
Our guest today is highly educated about the world of agriculture, believes strongly in advocating for ag and knows that we need to reach out to children with the truth about farming and livestock before inaccurate information is told to them so many times that it becomes ingrained. And it is these core beliefs that led Jackie Nix to strike out as …
 
For years I have talked about how to become more self-sufficient, but that’s no longer what I’m teaching! Sure, there are still ways to become less reliant on the grocery store, or other stores for our well-being, but I’ve come to realize that focusing more on community sufficiency is the way to go for long-lasting change and greater “self-sufficie…
 
Two sure signs of spring in the Chicago area are end-of-year band concerts at schools, and plants beginning to grow. This week we revisit a couple of stories from the archives on that theme. First, tenacious weeds like buckthorn, milkweed and goldenrod grow everywhere in Chicago from railroad tracks to sidewalk cracks. We find out how they survive …
 
Tomorrow on the show I am featuring an entrepreneur who is helping to teach children about agriculture. This reminded me of the great interview I did with Katie Benson about her efforts to do the same, and I wanted to bring that episode back for you today. Below are the original show notes for this episode. SHOW NOTES Introducing Katie Benson! Kati…
 
Today’s Feedcast is brought to you by Chris Davidson and as usual gives you an overview of the raw material markets today, focusing on wheat, soya and the mid proteins. The wheat market continues to move higher and higher breaking new records. This week it is off the back of India deciding to ban exports, while this was not a surprise, the confirma…
 
Thank you to our quarterly presenting sponsor, Merck Animal Health Ventures: https://www.merck-animal-health.com/animal-health-ventures/ Jan Willem van Groenigan https://www.wur.nl/en/Persons/Jan-Willem-prof.dr.ir.-JW-Jan-Willem-van-Groenigen.htm Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JWvanGroenigen YouTube videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch…
 
Melissa Ballard joins me to talk about how selling online has helped their business. She also discusses how she tells her farm story to build and deepen the relationship with her customers. Follow Bluegrass Beef @bluegrassbeef Want to learn more? My new book Ready Farmer One - The Farmers' Guide to Create, Design, and Market an Online Farm Store is…
 
I first discovered Sam Martin through an article that mentioned he and his families anhydrous ammonia business, Martin Custom Anhydrous, and that is what led me to invite him to be a guest on the show. However, I wound up getting a lot more than I bargained for with this guest. Sam is a former chapter president, former Iowa State Vice-President and…
 
We Cannot Believe What They All Did For Us!! Podcast Ep.182 intro & Outro by DD Hamric 📺 Our Main Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfhCBX-PIg7H92L1Kz33q7Q Our Website:(Everything Cog Hill Is There) https://www.coghillfarm.com/ ------- Mailing Address: PO Box 2782 Clanton, AL 35046 coghillfarms@gmail.com ----------------- ✅Connect With Us: …
 
It is very difficult to know what is in the future on our farm this year, and I know this is true for so many of you out there. From weather to input prices to unavailability of fertilizer there is a lot that we just don't know. For me, this big unknown is water and hay prices. I don't know how long I will be able to irrigate for this year. If they…
 
Knowing whether to own farm equipment or hire a custom operator to do a job often comes down to cost. Ray Massey, agricultural economist, explains Missouri custom rates and tools provided by the University of Missouri Extension in this Farm Management Minute.By University of Missouri Extension
 
Intro Commercial: Geringhoff The listener review today is brought to you by BW Fusion. When you sign up 500 acres to use the 401 microbial team with meltdown while mentioning Farm4Profit you will get one free field in their BW 365 program. Introduction Send those to farm4profitllc@gmail.com or find us all over social media. We greatly appreciate yo…
 
This week Jon and Danielle cover some ADGA news, BUT the real Hot Button issues are discussed in the topic of this episode. Ugly bucks vs. pretty bucks, using over height bucks, pulling animals from a show after they earn a dry leg or finish permanent championship. It gets a little heated or controversial on this episode. Just know, everyone is ent…
 
Having gotten inquiring messages from my cousin Albie and my friend Steve, I think I need to report that if I skip writing the weekly bulletin, as I did last week, it does not mean I am hospitalized with COVID. I am simply overwhelmed with other tasks. As I explained to Steve, "I have to finish 24 hours of continuing legal education by May 24 in or…
 
Tip Of The Week Is your liquid fertilizer secure? Rural Crime In The U.S. https://www.wwlp.com/news/crime/hadley-woman-pleads-not-guilty-to-35-counts-of-animal-cruelty/ https://www.idahopress.com/news/state/cartel-financed-oregon-pot-farms-expand-to-growing-indoors/article_89345cce-2502-53b1-9692-67d3973ecd1a.html Across The Pond, Down Under And Up…
 
The health of land and the health of bodies are connected. Or as Kate Kavanaugh explains it’s about mind, body and soil. Kate is a butcher, a farmer, a newly podcast host and more — all existing within the regenerative ag space. As a butcher, she founded Western Daughters Butcher shop in Denver featuring local grass fed beef, pork and chicken from …
 
In this episode, war and weather are the key driver of commodity prices – we look at how each are impacting on the prospects for harvest 2022. We're at the Pig and Poultry Fair – where producers are determined to secure a better future for their sector – so long as they can ride out the big dipper. On the markets, in theory we're talking about fert…
 
A significant element to most ranches is your finances, which means a relationship with a banking institution. But could you do what you’re doing, now, without the bank… or maybe just less of a reliance on a bank? Mary Jo Irmen, Author of the book Farming Without the Bank is my guest as we discuss her book and a concept of what she believes could b…
 
Welcome to Season 2! As you may remember last season we discussed our inability to keep our chicken brood alive, and that we had started over. Since Season 1’s end, we have added many more chickens to our coop, and unfortunately begun losing some as well. Darn Bird Flu. On this episode, we’re discussing the newest edition of poultry farming at home…
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Ashley Constance. Ashley is a first-generation homesteader who moved from the big city to pursue more self-reliance on a 3 acre homestead in central Alberta. Along with her husband, she raises laying hens, meat chickens and meat rabbits, grows a large food garden, and is planning to ge…
 
Today's episode is a bit different than any normal, Off-Farm Income episode. Today I am speaking with Kathleen Dowling. Kathleen and I have a lot in common. We both grew up in California, we both started our collegiate education at a community college, we both had a dream of moving to Montana, we both became Montana state residents and we both got …
 
My family is five weeks into owning our own dairy cow and I’m so excited to have Kate from Venison for Dinner on the podcast today. We’re chatting all things dairy cows from the best way to feed them, the various breeds and their milk quality, milking tips, and more! You’ll especially want to check out Kate’s heavy cream drop biscuit recipe! For al…
 
Enter to win The Rural Woman Podcast 3rd Anniversary Giveaway! Head on over to wildrosefarmer.com/giveaway to enter. Thank you for your continued support of The Rural Woman Podcast ❤️ Follow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social | Instagram + Facebook Mentioned in this episode: AGI Storm FX Take the guesswork out of seed treating. Building on the succe…
 
Special Guest Mary Egbert joins Cindra Kerscher to demonstrate tips and tricks for scouring a raw fleece at home. Mary is the owner of Camaj Fiber Arts (https://camajfiberarts.com/) and author of the bestselling book on scouring fibers, "The Art of Scouring Wool, Mohair and Alpaca." Mary is also the head instructor at the Camaj School of Fiber Arts…
 
Editor's note: This episode has been updated with new statements from Judge Matthew Coghlan. Every election, after breezing through their choices for governor, president, senators, and state reps, Cook County voters face the longest part of the ballot: Circuit Court judges. Though the candidates running for judge may be the most obscure, judges are…
 
On tomorrow's episode I am speaking with a young lady about her future career prospects and finding her way to the agricultural life that she is dreaming about. So, for today's re-cap episode I thought that I would go back to a special coaching episode I did with a woman named Wendy from Ontario, Oregon. I find it is helpful to hear people brainsto…
 
Thank you to our quarterly presenting sponsor, Merck Animal Health Ventures: https://www.merck-animal-health.com/animal-health-ventures/ Innovating Agtech: https://soundcloud.com/user-73017811 SomaDetect: https://somadetect.com/ Books: Adventure Finance, Farm and Other F Words, The Third Plate Today’s featured guest is Hannah Senior. Hannah grew up…
 
"The FFA and agriculture is a very welcoming culture. You just have to put yourself out there, and you will be accepted". These are the words of the very wise FFA student who is today's featured guest, Kendall Lawson. Kendall is a senior who will be graduating within about a month of this episode's release. She loves to watch plants grow the same w…
 
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