On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Melody Garner-Skiba.Melody Garner-Skiba, a versatile leader in agriculture brings 23 years of diverse industry experience, including recent roles as the ED of the Alberta Sugar Beet Growers and President of the Canadian Sugar Beet Producers. Now dedicated to managing her family ranch and running "Garnering Results," a consulting firm, she is also the President of the Lethbridge Therapeutic Riding Association and a recipient of the 2023 AFSC Women in Ag Award, driven by her passion for building strong communities and fostering growth in the agricultural industry.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/188. . .DISCUSSIONS THIS WEEK:[17:30] Transferable Skills and The Importance in Them[24:10] Challenges Producers Face for Sugar Beet Growers [31:38] Why it Was so Important to Be a Mentor for Women in Ag[37:00] Advice for Someone Looking to Get More Involved in the Ag Industry Off the Farm[41:10] The Most Rewarding Part of Being a Rural Woman. . .This week's episode is brought to you by FCC Events . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive...
In this episode, grower Rand Gifford talks about hemp and its place in the small market farm. Make farming easier with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at https://www.paperpot.co/ Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpotco Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/
Click HERE for my Free Training: 3 Steps to Your Profitable Farm - LIVE January 15th. It's usually this time of year many of my clients start to panic and think… “It's almost the end of the year, where in the world did the time go?” “What did I actually get done this year?” ("not enough") “Did we make enough to get through the winter?” “What projects were left unfinished?” "How do I make next year better?" After they freak out a bit on a coaching call, I remind them they are armed with a plan and strategy for 2024. Part 1 of this unique marketing plan you've probably never heard of before is below: Click the link above to listen to part 1 and get started planning your most profitable year ever. Over the years, I've learned a thing or two about building a marketing strategy that will consistently bring in new customers and help me make more money. It starts with you answering some questions that are designed to make sure you're creating not only a profitable business but a business that is fulfilling. A lot of farmers will hustle to get to profit but they're still scattered and worn down because they didn't know this one thing: You have to start off the bat creating a business you love in order to still love it when you get to profit. You won't make that mistake if you follow the 7 Step business marketing plan I create every year for the last 7 years. If you're already not loving your business, this plan will help you turn that around. There IS hope. Tune in and listen to part 1, answer the questions I ask in the episode, and you'll feel more in control and inspired. Click the link above to listen to episode 190 and create your profitable, sustainable and fulfilling 2024 on the farm
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"The New 401K plan is living in communities with people who know how to grow things, fix things, and build things." - Joel Salatin Farmer, lecturer, and author Joel Salatin discusses the recent boom in people leaving cities to live on homesteads, and what people can do if they are interested in farming. Joel explains why he believes farm-based communities are the future of the country, why everyone should learn basic farming skills, and details the history of the homesteading movement. Follow Sean & Rachel on Twitter: @SeanDuffyWI & @RCamposDuffy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Farm4Profit Podcast, we sit down with Micah Lynn Barnes, with a passion for rodeo and agriculture. Micah shares her journey from NW Iowa, growing up in a rodeo family with Barnes PRCA Rodeo roots, to her college rodeo days and eventually earning the prestigious title of Miss Rodeo Iowa.We explore the multifaceted role of Miss Rodeo Iowa, from extensive travels and photo shoots to the responsibilities of promoting and representing Iowa's rich rodeo and agricultural traditions. Micah gives us a glimpse into her life beyond the crown, sharing her personal connection to farming, ranching, and the rural way of life.Navigating the challenges and rewards of balancing her responsibilities as Miss Rodeo Iowa with her personal and agricultural pursuits, Micah addresses the evolving landscape of rodeo today and reflects on the influences that shaped her journey as a child.To add a touch of fun, we engage in a word association game, exploring Micah's thoughts on terms like "Family," "Competition," and "Tradition." We conclude with a look at what's next for Micah and her perspective on the joys of being a farmer/rancher.Tune in for an inspiring conversation that seamlessly weaves together the worlds of rodeo and agriculture, offering insights into Micah Lynn Barnes's unique journey and her dedication to preserving the rich traditions of the heartland.
In recent years, farm investing has emerged as an attractive option for investors looking for a better investment return. But how can you make the most of this vital industry?We invited Artem Milinchuk to enlighten us about this investment option, the advantages of owning farmland, and the potential income from this niche. Stay tuned to learn something different that will help you grow your real estate portfolio. Key Points & Relevant TopicsThe beginning of FarmTogether in the US and the idea behind itThings to look for in a viable farm investmentHow farm investing and leasing worksWhy a farmer's experience is important when looking for a farm operatorTypical expenses of a farm or land ownerWhat the exit strategy looks like in a farm investingInvestment options and opportunities offered by FarmTogetherResources & LinksApartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive InvestorAbout Artem MilinchukArtem has over 14 years of finance experience in food, agriculture, and farmland. He holds an MBA from The Wharton School. Prior to founding FarmTogether, Artem was CFO at Full Harvest Technologies, a fast-growing B2B platform for buying and selling produce. He previously worked at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Sprott, and PwC. Get in Touch with ArtemWebsite: FarmTogetherEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org To Connect With UsPlease visit our website www.bonavestcapital.com and click here to leave a rating and written review!
Things are going very badly for the Seattle Kraken, who have lost five games in a row. On this episode of the Sound Of Hockey Podcast, the guys officially engage the panic button and spend a good chunk of the show discussing the levers the team can still pull to salvage this season. After plenty of passionate Kraken talk, John, Curtis, and Darren take a trip "Down on the Farm," then visit Goalie Gear Corner and eventually shift to Weekly One-Timers. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
Enjoy this [UNLOCKED] episode of The Sloppy Boys Blowout, our weekly bonus episode available to Patreon subscribers.This special episode was recorded on September 28, 2023 in El Paso, TX during the festival premiere of Blood, Sweat and Beers, or How The Sloppy Boys Made an Album on a Farm in West Texas. A *video version* of this episode is available to all at https://youtu.be/NM3pSA8EQIQVisit patreon.com/thesloppyboys for more! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join Rachel on this episode of the Modern Homesteading Podcast as she interviews Rob Kaiser of York Meadow Farm about how his family started their farm businesses. Listen as Rob goes into detail on getting a licensed kitchen up and running, taking products to market, and getting food in local stores. The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 230 – December 6, 2023 Find the show notes and links of things discussed at https://redemptionpermaculture.com/growing-and-operating-a-farm-business-with-guest-rob-kaiser/
Get the full 2 hour interviews with THC+ Sign-Up Options: Subscribe via our website and get the Plus show on your usual podcast apps. Subscribe via Patreon, including the full Plus archive, a dedicated RSS feed, Spotify, & payment through Paypal. Subscribe via check, cash, money order, or crypto with the information at the bottom of the page. About Today's Guest: Steven Snider AKA Recluse joins THC for the 5th time. Today, to talk about his book: The Art: The Secret History of Psywar, Conspiritainment and the Shattering of Reality Book I He's still blooging at VISUPVIEW and doing his popular parapolitical podcast, The Farm. Find him on Twitter, here: twitter.com/RecluseS9 THC Links: Website Proper Twitter MeetUps Calendar THC T-shirts & Merch Store Leave us an iTunes review THC Communities: Telegram Subreddit To get a year of THC+ by cash, check, or money order please mail the payment in the amount of $96 to: Greg Carlwood PO Box 2738 Zephyrhills, FL 33539 Cryptocurrency If you'd like to pay the $96 for a year of THC+ via popular Cryptocurrencies, transfer funds and then send an email to email@example.com with transaction info and your desired username/password. Please give up to 48 hours to complete. Bitcoin: 1AdauF2Mb7rzkkoXUExq142xfwKC6pS7N1 Ethereum: 0xd6E9232b3FceBe165F39ACfA4843F49e7D3c31d5 Litecoin: LQy7GvD5Euc1efnsfQaAX2RJHgBeoDZJ95 Ripple: rnWLvhCmBWpeFv9HMbZEjsRqpasN8928w3 Solana: FvsBazMY9GAWuWqh5RH7musm9MPUw7a5uF6NVxxhNTqi Doge: D7ueXbfcKfhdAWrDqESrFjFV6UxydjsuCC Monero: 4ApmFHTgU72QybW194iJTZHZb6VmKDzqh5MDTfn9sw4xa9SYXnX5PVDREbnqLNLwJwc7ZqMrYPfaVXgpZnHNAeZmSexCDxM
How do you sell a rare breed pig in a community who's never heard of it? This was a problem faced by today's podcast guest. Joanna Shepherd from Cobblestone Farm had moved from the UK on a mission to save the Berkshire pig breed! The problem: not many people in Saskatchewan, Canada knew what they were, or why they deserved her luxury-level price point. How do you market a product no one has heard of and create desire for it? Joanna has spent the last 5 years trying to figure it out. In today's episode, we'll hear some of the issues she has had to work through to help her find her way. Now she's guiding other Berkshire pork farmers and helping them learn how to market this rare breed of pig. You'll hear her rather simple strategy which is a mix of email marketing funnels, social media, and SEO that is slowly building an audience of super-fans who become repeat buyers. She's building a marketing machine "slow and steady" that will serve as a strong foundation as she scales her production. This podcast was sponsored by Local Line, the leading e-commerce platform for the local food system. Try Local Line for your farm today! Local Line is offering a free premium feature for free for one year on top of your paid subscription. Claim your discount by signing up for a Local Line account today and using the coupon code: MDF2023. Head to my special affiliate link to get started: www.mydigitalfarmer.com/localline This podcast was sponsored by: The Thriving Farmer Podcast. In this top-rated farm podcast, you'll learn the latest tricks and strategies of successful farmers, strategize with in-depth interviews with leaders in the industry, and connect with stories of farmers just like you. In our interviews, we focus on building farms that last, on setting up systems, knowing your customers, building your team, and creating a work/family/life balance. With over 15 years of farming background, your host Michael Kilpatrick has the experience and authority to bring you practical advice, ask the hard questions, tease out the gold nuggets, and help share what it's really like to build a profitable, sustainable farm. Subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts or visit: https://www.thrivingfarmerpodcast.com/ Meet Our Guest ~ Who is Joanna Shepherd: Joanna Shepherd is the co-owner of Cobblestone Farm in Saskaketchewan, Canada, that specializes in raising Berkshire pigs. She and her husband Carl are a couple of Brits from the North Of England, and you'll definitely hear her fun accent! Joanna was raised in UK on mixed livestock farm, meaning beef, sheep, and pigs. She met her husband at an abattoir they both worked at and decided to move to Canada to see where the adventure would take them. They started out working in abattoirs and ended up buying acreage and raising registered Berkshire pigs. Joanna's mission is the save the rare Berkshire breed, selling her "genetics" to breeders, as well as weanlings and processed pork to local buyers. Her small herd of Berkshire pigs free ranges on 27 acres of pasture year round. She's committed to allowing her pigs live a stress-free life -- one that allows them to breathe fresh air, wallow, root, sunbathe and play. Blunt, bold, a risk taker, she says what she thinks and goes after what she wants. Learn more about CobbleStone Farm at www.berkshirepigs.net Some of the resources mentioned in this episode: Join my free email list! I have a great "Crash Course in farm marketing" that will guide you through the marketing jungle over the course of several months. Each week, you'll get a new email with suggestions and tips to make your marketing better. Take My 5-Day FREE CSA Startup Challenge - Looking to start your first veggie CSA, but not sure how to get started? Subscribe to my 5 day challenge. Each day, I'll walk you through one of the 5 key steps to getting your CSA framework in place. You'll do the homework assignment each day, and by the end, you'll have your basic roadmap! Sign up for Farm Marketing School - my monthly online membership. Farm Marketing School is an on-demand library of marketing workshops and project plans that will help you build some of the most important marketing elements in you business like: auditing your sales funnel, updating your home page of your website, building your first email nurture sequence, creating a promo calendar, practicing different types of offers. And new content is being added every month. As the DIY version of my Accelerator Group Coaching program, you get to chose what you want to study each month. I've taken the recordings of just the teaching sessions of each project inside of my high-end coaching program (Accelerator) and made them available to everyone. These projects are designed to be completed in under 30 days, so that you slowly build your marketing system piece by piece. Use the step by step project planner and resource folder to help you jumpstart your work.Take advantage of my new marketing crash course inside, watch my new Email Marketing Course, or take the onboarding assessment tool to help you identify where your funnel is broken and what project to do first. To see what courses are currently inside of FMS, or to try out Farm Marketing School for a month at mydigitalfarmer.com/fms Cancel your membership anytime. Find my Facebook group for farmers! Follow me on Instagram for a daily IG story tip on marketing! @mydigitalfarmer
Data from USDA's Economic Research Service suggests that net farm income will drop sharply from last year, the Colorado Wolf Restoration Final Plan outlines release locations and constraints, major tractor manufacturers anticipate bringing smaller utility electric tractors to the market, and suggestions for bringing home a pest-free live Christmas tree this year.
Today we are recapping Season 3, Episode 18: "Camp Buy Me Love." Join us as we discuss a surprise visit from Cappie's parents, and so much more! References for this ep include: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1583894/
5 December 2023 12PM EST - Joe Oltmann and David Clements Live with Ammon Bundy - We Are Not a Free Country - Property and Farm Seized for Defending Life. If you'd like to send a message to Congress, it's linked below! Follow us on Social Media: https://libertylinks.io/ConservativeDaily https://libertylinks.io/JoeOltmann https://libertylinks.io/Apollo Message to Congress - Trump Is GOING TO WIN! Immediate Action Required: Restore Election Integrity Now! BAN The Machines - https://conservative-daily.com/election/trump-is-going-to-win-immediate-action-required-restore-election-integrity-now-ban-the-machines
The Sheep Farm lads had me back on their podcast for an extended chat which went all over the place.This is the enhanced video version with added footage and graphics. Dom's description for the episode follows:*We cover a lot of subjects in episode 154, from Mark's new book the Gift & The Curse, & his recent visit to Las Vegas and whirlwind tour of Australia to Soylent Green and the use of human tissue in food, Paul van Dyk, the smiley face symbolism, Paul McCartney [Billy Shears], Lifetime Actors, Sir Henry Kissinger, John Todd Collins, and everything else under the sun, well one of the suns anyway.*If you have found value in this information, please consider supporting my work with a donation if you are able, in order that it can continue.You can do so at Buy Me A Coffee here:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/markdevlinOr, to make a direct donation via www.paypal.com, find me under the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org there.
One of my favorite topics to dive into is sourdough, and Ash is the perfect person to join me for today's conversation! Ash creates the most beautiful sourdough baked goods, and she teaches others to do the same. We are chatting about the recipes we love baking around the holidays, our best tips for gifting baked goods, the ins and outs of working with different types of dough, recovering sourdough fails, and more. Join us for this conversation as you get ready to jump into holiday baking this season! In this episode, we cover: All about Ash's farm and sourdough journey A few favorite sourdough recipes for the holidays How the fermentation process keeps food from spoiling Reviving a sourdough starter that has been neglected Ideas for gifting baked goods Tips for mastering brioche dough and how to use it The versatility and technique of making pastry dough Navigating the challenges of fermented cookies Strategies for long-fermenting without overproofing Bringing back dough that has been overproofed View full show notes on the blog + watch this episode on YouTube. Thank you to our sponsors! Azure Standard | Use code SIMPLEFARMHOUSEWINTER10 at AzureStandard.com Toups and Co Organics | Use code FARMHOUSE at ToupsandCo.com Please see full show notes for more details on these offers. RESOURCES MENTIONED Listen to episode 146 with Ash Turner Ash's chocolate sourdough recipe Ash's cinnamon wreath recipe CONNECT Ash Turner of Turner Farm | Website | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest | Facebook Lisa Bass of Farmhouse on Boone | Blog | YouTube | Instagram | TikTok | Facebook | Pinterest Join us in the Simple Farmhouse Life Facebook community!
Kendra Downing is a 2023 National Proficiency Winner in the category of Ag Sales - Entrepreneurship. Growing up as the 4th generation on her families farm she, her sister and her parents were sitting on the front porch one day contemplating what enterprise the kids could start to generate revenue. The idea of a pumpkin patch was proposed, and it was decided to purse that endeavor. That was the beginning of the Downing Daughters Pumpkin Patch. Over time, Kendra and her sister have grown this enterprise to include a corn maze, which started out under an acre and is now 5 acres, all designed by hand with no technological assistance. In addition to this, they started purchasing products from other farmers in the area to sell in a farm stand that they operate out of an old barn on their grandmother's property. This all has evolved into a national proficiency award today, but its beginnings were Kendra's FFA Advisor looking at what she was doing and telling her that she was going enter the competition. The rest, as they say, is history. Kendra is now in college, studying everything she can get her hands on in the hopes of one day farming full-time with even more, direct to consumer enterprises to share with her community.
Join us as we interview Dalton, a first generation farmer. He shares how he got started farming, his passion for production ag and the steps he is taking to take his yields to the next. He also shares his experience of reaching out to A Better Way to Farm and the lessons he has learned. If you're looking for off farm income Dalton also shares the benefits of being part of a team that prioritizes soil testing and personalized recommendations.
December 4, 2023 -Market Report -Farmers and consumers out of touch with each other -CO wolf ruling -Sage Grouse study -Fake meat bans -Canada wins dairy battle -Egg producers lose court battle -COP28 -Farm Incomes down -AI in ag -Del Monte regenerative farming -New ag programs Theme Music Burnin' Daylight - Matt Wilson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're back with Season 4 of the No-Till Flowers Podcast! In this solo episode, host Jennie Love talks about regenerative spraying and how to boost the health of your crops with foliar feeding. Learn about the phyllosphere and what easy homemade inputs you can use to reduce pests and diseases with weekly foliar sprays. Mentioned in this episode: Join the Regenerative Flower Farmers Network if you'd like to continue the conversation on this topic. Jennies on-demand short courses for fellow farmers: Foliage for the Win Successful Flower CSAs and Subscriptions CREW: Hiring and Managing Woodies: Playing the Long Game Simple Steps to Better Marketing Regenerative Farming Cohort Tap into the above courses and resources any time you need. These are available on-demand through the Regenerative Flower Farmers Network. Current RFFN members shoud follow this link to access the Short Courses at the discounted member rate. How to make WCA, a homemade calcium foliar feed. How to make LAB, a homemade input for boosting good biology in the phyllosphere My4Sons Backpack Sprayers Quorum Sensing TED Talk on YouTube If you enjoyed this episode, you might also want to listen to: Episode 15: A Little Goes a Long Way in Regenerative Farming with Tony Gatez Episode 21: The Magical BRIX Number that Stops Pests with Dr. Tom Dykstra Episode 23: Bokashi & Worm Farming with Matt Arthur Episode 30: JADAM Basics, Making JMS and Other Natural Inputs Sign up for our newsletter so you'll be the first to know about special events and other opportunities. Follow @notillflowers on Instagram for more content. HAVE IDEAS AND FEEDBACK ABOUT THE PODCAST? Share your opinions in this brief survey. As always, if you appreciate this podcast and all the education it provides, please take a moment out of your day to rate and write a review for it on Apple Podcasts or wherever you are listening to it. Thanks for tuning in!
Adam Howe and Kevin Hasting welcome Jake Maish to talk prospects to draft for 2024 redraftsDiscussions: Twins losing Emilio Pagan to Reds, Sonny Gray to Cardinals, and Kenta Maeda to Tigers Jason Hayward staying with Dodgers Shōta Imanaga officially posted Luis Severino and Joey Wendle signs with the Mets Jackson Chourio pre-debut contract Garrett Hampson signs with Royals Rookie expectations in 2024 ASK (Avoid, Stream, Keep) - Rookie Edition Kevin's final thoughtsHosts: Adam Howe | Kevin HastingGuest: Jake Maish | On The FarmSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | RSSConnect: Twitter | OnTheWirePod@gmail.com | Join PL+
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Adam Howe and Kevin Hasting welcome Jake Maish to talk prospects to draft for 2024 redraftsDiscussions:Twins losing Emilio Pagan to Reds, Sonny Gray to Cardinals, and Kenta Maeda to TigersJason Hayward staying with DodgersShōta Imanaga officially postedLuis Severino and Joey Wendle signs with the MetsJackson Chourio pre-debut contractGarrett Hampson signs with RoyalsRookie expectations in 2024ASK (Avoid, Stream, Keep) - Rookie Edition Kevin's final thoughtsHosts: Adam Howe | Kevin HastingGuest: Jake Maish | On The FarmSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | RSSConnect: Twitter | OnTheWirePod@gmail.com | Join PL+
Life is crazy! Good thing Howard the Duck is here to make everything right and bring you a new episode of Theoretical Thrills! Comic Book Duck Connoisseur and Theme Park Expert Kevin Brooks joins the guys as this week's special guest and judge. Click Here to Watch the Visual PodcastCheck us out on FacebookFollow us on InstagramHosts: Spencer Frankeberger, Chris Bunyi and Brad WestEditor: Kate West
The New York Mets are active in free agency trying to improve their starting pitching but don't expect them to pivot to the trade market if they can't land their top guy, Yoshinobu Yamamoto. According to a Mets insider Andy Martino, the Mets are hesitant to deal from their farm system to make a blockbuster trade this offseason. Host Ryan Finkelstein breaks down how the Mets will have to build out their roster without use of the trade market, and how the Mets can get aggressive in free agency. JOIN THE LOCKED ON METS SUBTEXT COMMUNITY: https://joinsubtext.com/lockedonmets Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This month, Tim and Tyler talk with Ariel about her latest Topsoil edition - "Farming is a team sport - A framework for roles on the farm." Ariel Patton is the creator of Topsoil, a newsletter bringing you monthly frameworks to help make sense of agriculture, at just the right depth. Ariel has focused her career on driving digital transformation of agriculture to help farmers manage their businesses more profitably and sustainably at Monsanto, Granular, Corteva and currently, Mineral. Links: Join the Co-op Subscribe to Topsoil Sponsor: This episode is presented by Local Line. Learn more HERE. Check out our interview with Cole.
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Free Training: 4 Simple Steps to Create More Time and Profit On Your Farm If you've got a diversified farm and you're overwhelmed, overstretched, overbusy - please know you're not alone. You CAN turn things around. Truth is, you MUST turn it around or you'll do yourself and your farm in. (98% go out of biz by year five, losing lots of $$. Let's fix this.) This is my life's work - helping farmers turn their money-losing farm ventures into sustainable lifestyles. Here's the challenge - as farmers, we know a diversified farm is what's best for the soil, the animals, and our communities. Pastures dotted with grazing cows followed by scratching chickens define nutrient dense food! We've read and heard monocultures in agriculture are unsustainable. Acres and acres of just one veg or one flower -- lettuce, for instance - means lack of disease controlling species. So then far more chemicals are needed to get the product to the customer. But we cause ourselves problems when we confuse the end with the means. If we try to start our farms with diversification of products and sales, we'll do ourselves in. First - what do I mean about diversified? A diversified farm means you're selling: 1 - More than one thing (chicken, beef, eggs, flowers, veg, classes, events, etc.) 2 - To more than one type of person (wholesale customer, retail customer, trying to reach all the people) 3 - In more than one place (online, at markets, on your farm, on FB, IG, Youtube, Tiktok… all the places) I teach a very specific process to my clients in 5X to get their farms profitable. The process is simple. It works. My clients who implement the process turn around their losing ventures. But most farmers outside of my program won't implement it. Because it goes against what they see every other farmer doing! Today's episode of the Profitable Mindset Podcast will shed light on how & when to diversify. And - getting inside my coaching group is crucial - the hardest thing you'll do in trying to build a successful farm is go against what you see everyone else is doing. But you must if you want to succeed. I'm here to help. See you in Episode 189 of the Profitable Mindset Podcast. Warm hugs, Charlotte PS: 5x Opens Up Again in January - plan on joining.
Thanks for tuning into this Friday edition of the RealAg Issues Panel on RealAg Radio! Host Shaun Haney is joined by Kelvin Heppner and Lyndsey Smith of RealAgriculture to discuss a number of topics, including: Bills in the senate; Interest rates; Farm profitability; and, November unemployment rate and job numbers. Also hear a spotlight interview... Read More
Thanks for tuning into this Friday edition of the RealAg Issues Panel on RealAg Radio! Host Shaun Haney is joined by Kelvin Heppner and Lyndsey Smith of RealAgriculture to discuss a number of topics, including: Bills in the senate; Interest rates; Farm profitability; and, November unemployment rate and job numbers. Also hear a spotlight interview... Read More
David er hjemvendt fra de sydlige himmelstrøgs all inclusive paradis, men er det med stoltheden intakt? Og hvordan gik det med maven? Spørgsmålene er mange. Jasper har været en tur i biffen. God fornøjelse, venner! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, presented by Case IH Genuine Lubricants, Nutrien Director of Agronomy Dr. Karl Wyant discusses fertilizer strategies and tools offered by Nutrien to help farmers make informed growing decisions. Also, Certified Agriculture Group CEO Pat Driscoll announces a new way to finance trucks purchased from Certified Ag Dealers, as well as new AgPack partners. He also announces plans for the upcoming Ag Rally, to be held in March 2024 on National Ag Day. We check in with Nutrien Senior Agronomists Mike Howell and Dr. Alan Blaylock to discuss the importance of soil testing and the importance of chloride in plants in this week's installment of “The Dirt with Nutrien.” In our “Meat Monitor” segment, we learn about key Chinese approvals of U.S. red meat processing plants, and in “Bushels and Cents,” Ray Bohacz talks about industrial pump maintenance. The episode also features Christmas music from Clarksville Creative Sound recording artist Terry LeMaster. Timestamps Case IH Genuine Lubricants advertisement: 0:00 Intro and news: 0:29 Goatlifeclothing.com advertisement: 6:36 Dr. Karl Wyant, Nutrien: 6:56 Pat Driscoll, Certified Agriculture Group: 11:28 Mike Howell and Dr. Alan Blaylock, Nutrien: 23:27 Erin Borror, U.S. Meat Export Federation: 31:44 Ray Bohacz, “Bushels and Cents”: 34:27 Terry LeMaster: 38:58
Episode 189 Sponsored by: River Road Family Vineyards and Winery Brooke Hazen, Founder & Farmer at Gold Ridge Organic Farms Brooke joined us in the studio not only to share the history of the farm and how he got Gold Ridge Organic Farms started, but all of the amazing new features and directions he and his dedicated team are taking the farm. Tours, tastings and seminars are just a few of the ways that they're celebrating the success and beauty of the farm! Make sure that you visit when you're in town, you may see Marcy there! Links: Gold Ridge Organic Farms Winter WINEland Sponsor: River Road Family Vineyards and Winery Credits: The Wine Road podcast is mixed and mastered at Threshold Studios Sebastopol, CA. http://thresholdstudios.info/
In this week's episode, Michael and Duane talk about improvements they would want to see for ship-building, melee weapons and elemental armor sets. They also discuss some new interesting mods and the moral dilemma around mass murdering video game creatures for XP. And as is tradition, another winner is announced for the weekly Starfield Adventure Club coffee mug! Also, We announce D.R.I.V.E., our new weekly community ship-building event!Join our NP Discord and chat with us and other listeners!https://discord.gg/3AX5nfqutdStarfield Adventure Club Stickers, T-Shirts and more!https://www.redbubble.com/people/Normal-People/shopSubscribe to our YouTube channel for additional awesome stuff!https://www.youtube.com/@Normal_People
National debate continues to determine the optimal relationship between farmland and solar panels. Do we have to choose one at the expense of the other or can they coexist and benefit each other? Justin and Lance breakdown new agricultural research that highlights the promising future of solar panels and farmland. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, farm, land, solar, panels, energy, renewable, research, ohio, Indiana, corn, beans, farmer, economy, climate, change
In this week's episode, Barn2Door COO, James, talks with Product Manager, Anthony, to discuss Barn2Door's Pick and Pack List.These lists offer streamlined order organization to save Farms time on fulfillments. Features of the lists include order overviews, delivery details and printable labels.barn2door.com/learn-morebarn2door.com/resources
What do you want your farm customers to DO? This is the all-important question as a farm marketer. You are always taking your customer (or prospect) somewhere. We should be ready at all times with a "call to action" in whatever communication channel we use. So what is your go-to CTA? Most farmers (and business owners) default to "buy my stuff." But in the world of marketing, there are a lot of other options for CTAs (calls to action). And frankly, you shouldn't be pitching your stuff all the time. That's when you start to feel icky and sale-sy. In today's podcast, I answer a question that came up with my Accelerator coaching members last month as we were practicing the art of writing weekly emails. The question is: "What are some other things I could ask customers to do in my weekly email?". In this episode, I share a list of 10+ CTAs you could use when sending an email. These actions are all examples of "micro-conversions" that bring a person ever closer to the final goal of getting them to buy. I recommend you write these down and put them somewhere near your computer. The next time you need to write an email, you'll have PLENTY of ideas for a CTA. It will make writing so much easier. I love this hack! This podcast was sponsored by Local Line, the leading e-commerce platform for the local food system. Try Local Line for your farm today! Local Line is offering a free premium feature for free for one year on top of your paid subscription. Claim your discount by signing up for a Local Line account today and using the coupon code: MDF2023. Head to my special affiliate link to get started: www.mydigitalfarmer.com/localline Some of the resources mentioned in this episode: Join my free email list! I have a great "Crash Course in farm marketing" that will guide you through the marketing jungle over the course of several months. Each week, you'll get a new email with suggestions and tips to make your marketing better. Take My 5-Day FREE CSA Startup Challenge - Looking to start your first veggie CSA, but not sure how to get started? Subscribe to my 5 day challenge. Each day, I'll walk you through one of the 5 key steps to getting your CSA framework in place. You'll do the homework assignment each day, and by the end, you'll have your basic roadmap! Sign up for Farm Marketing School - my monthly online membership. Farm Marketing School is an on-demand library of marketing workshops and project plans that will help you build some of the most important marketing elements in you business like: auditing your sales funnel, updating your home page of your website, building your first email nurture sequence, creating a promo calendar, practicing different types of offers. And new content is being added every month. As the DIY version of my Accelerator Group Coaching program, you get to chose what you want to study each month. I've taken the recordings of just the teaching sessions of each project inside of my high-end coaching program (Accelerator) and made them available to everyone. These projects are designed to be completed in under 30 days, so that you slowly build your marketing system piece by piece. Use the step by step project planner and resource folder to help you jumpstart your work.Take advantage of my new marketing crash course inside, watch my new Email Marketing Course, or take the onboarding assessment tool to help you identify where your funnel is broken and what project to do first. To see what courses are currently inside of FMS, or to try out Farm Marketing School for a month at mydigitalfarmer.com/fms Cancel your membership anytime. Find my Facebook group for farmers! Follow me on Instagram for a daily IG story tip on marketing! @mydigitalfarmer
The Slow Flowers Podcast is grateful to the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market for its longtime support — and today’s episode underscores our relationship. From its beginnings in 2010, when a group of local flower farmers hatched up the idea of starting a wholesale hub for local flowers here in Seattle, my storytelling has been intertwined […] The post Episode 638: A visit to Washington flower farm Field to Heart, with Dee Swan and Valiant Poole appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing.
THE THEME PARK DUO PODCAST: SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES, GOOGLE PLAY, STITCHER, iHEART RADIO AND SPOTIFY! On this weeks episode, we sit down to talk about our experiences at Knott's Berry Farm for their seasonal Merry Farm event. The Holiday spirit can be found everywhere at Knott's during this time of year. Whether it's food, entertainment, merchandise, or anything in between; Knott's is your place for the Holidays. Learn about all the aspects of the event and even learn about some tips and tricks for your visit. DRNXMYTH: BUY DRINKS! Follow us on Social Media: @themeparkduo Follow UUOP: www.uuopodcast.com Check out our Shirts: Teepublic.com/themeparkduo
Davis Howell is a 2023 National Proficiency Winner in the category of Swine Production - Entrepreneurship. He has been raising and showing pigs for the bulk of his life, starting in the 4H and continuing into the FFA while staying dually enrolled in the 4H. He is also in his senior year of high school and is serving as his chapter's president. The farm that Davis lives on has been producing show pigs for three generations, starting with his grandfather and passing down all the way to he and his brother. Today, Davis and his brother are taking over the business with plans to start selling pigs to other exhibitors in the future. For the moment Davis' goals in the FFA include finishing out his senior year of high school, getting his American Degree after he starts college and pursuing a career in the animal science/ag business field. Davis has been exposed to a lot of career fields in agriculture already through a 4H competition that he talks about in the interview, and it definitely has given him a head start.