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It's the special cross-over no one asked for! Joining Eliza is Lindsey from Ye Olde Crime Podcast. Together the ladies look into the bizarre case of Amelia Dyer and the practice of baby farming. Be prepared for laughs and interesting facts. For more visit lightsonpod.comYe Old Crime: www.yeoldecrimepodcast.com or @yeoldecrimepodResources: murderpedia.org | wikipedia.org | allthatsinteresting.com | bbc.com
https://bengreenfieldlife.com/kyleandben My friend Kyle Kingsbury is the host of the Kyle Kingsbury Podcast and a Master Coach for the Fit For Service app. Through his podcast and Fit For Service, Kyle teaches people how to enhance their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual practices. Kyle is a former football player (Arizona State) and mixed martial artist who fought professionally for eight years (UFC six years). While fighting at the highest level he became fascinated with all things diet, performance, and recovery related. Since retiring, Kyle's focus has shifted to learning more about longevity, plant medicines, and inner peace. The Fit For Service app is a place to learn, be inspired, transform, and connect with other people. The guiding principle is simple: practice vulnerability and serve yourself by serving others. The app is a platform for discussion groups, houses a library of content unavailable to the public, and provides members with access to guided meditations and breathwork, binaural beats, ecstatic dance playlists, and other exclusive media. As a Master Coach, Kyle offers unique digital knowledge and support to members. Kyle Kingsbury has previously appeared on the podcast in the following episodes: Biohacked Superfood Smoothies, Healing Wounds Faster, Advanced Hypoxic Training Tactics, Hormesis & More With Kyle Kingsbury. Smart Drugs, Nootropics, Microdosing With Psychedelics, Enhancing Deep Sleep, Rites Of Passage & Much More With Kyle Kingsbury Of Onnit. Recently, Kyle and I had a great chat in Austin, Texas about social media, cultivating a positive relationship with the earth, structured water, parenting, and much more. In this conversation with Kyle Kingsbury, you'll discover: -Ben and Kyle's favorite travel spots... -Addictions and the dark side of social media... -Why Kyle felt compelled to form an in-person educational farm... -Exotic game and personal sovereignty... -Why Ben is a fan of structured water... -Ben's recent content production tear... -Important takeaways from Ben's parenting book... -What we really need to make America great again... -How much of the Book of Revelation has actually taken place?... -How to leave a lasting legacy beyond your life... -Regrets held by Ben from his life adventures... -And much more... Upcoming events: -Peptides Summit -Health Optimization Summit: Episode sponsors: -JOOVV -Ice Barrel -Hapbee -Kion Aminos -Inside Tracker https://bengreenfieldlife.com/kyleandben
Hosts: Shane, Tanis, and David The Ninja Team is back this time with a skill strike on Dungeoneering, Herblore, and Farming. Irons can Dungeoneer together, Extreme potions are tradable, and tool leprechauns note produce. We also break down where you should use the new Protean items. For detailed show notes visit update.rsbandb.com. You can also check out the forums for detailed discussion on each episode.Duration: 1:38:28
The mid term elections are just six months away, and they could have a big effect on the 2023 Farm Bill. When our drought finally ends, agriculture on the Texas High Plains will remain challenged by water supply issues. Coastal Bend cotton prospects continue to decline. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
The widely accepted idea of a cost-of-living crisis does not begin to capture the gravity of what may lie ahead according to António Guterres, the UN secretary general. He warned earlier this week that the coming months threaten “the spectre of a global food shortage” that could last for years. The high cost of staple foods has already raised the number of people who cannot be sure of getting enough to eat by 440m, to 1.6bn. Nearly 250m are on the brink of famine.Patrick's Books:Statistics For The Trading Floor: https://amzn.to/3eerLA0Derivatives For The Trading Floor: https://amzn.to/3cjsyPFCorporate Finance: https://amzn.to/3fn3rvC Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/PatrickBoyleOnFinance Support the show
Ruffed Grouse Society forest conservation director Jon Steigerwaldt discusses the potential impact of avian influenza on grouse and woodcock and says numerous habitat projects are under way. (ruffedgrousesociety.org) TV host, land management consultant, wildlife photographer and hunting guide Art Helin describes the impact of recent severe weather events on wildlife, wildlife habitat, livestock and people in the Driftless Area. (arthelinoutdoors.com, wiwf.org/landing/) Trout angler John Vieth shares advice for fishing streams in Juneau County and the surrounding area. (castlerock-petenwell.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Pat Hasburgh, proprietor of D and S Bait on Northport Drive in Madison reports fishing action is improving on the Madison chain and area trout streams. (dsbait.com)
In this week's episode: Creator Clash, a “sporting” event that helps give creators a mental health break? Lauren has questions. Josh explains how boxing helps with burnout, plus all proceeds go to charity.Do platforms like Discord, Twitch and Facebook have a responsibility when it comes to violence and hate speech? The Buffalo shooting is just the latest. What can they do, and what should they do.YouTube Brandcast 2022 summarized – get the scoop on Lizzo and something about Tom Cruise being a national treasure.As always, this week's upload – it's so good (hint: TikTok, YouTube and MrBeast's Chocolate).As always, catch a new episode every Friday on your favorite podcasting site. Please leave a comment and visit our website www.creatorupload.com – please subscribe and send us a message - We'd love to hear from you! One of our sponsors (who we luv!), Jellysmack is promoting its amazing Creator Program – be sure to check it out! ~From the Team at Creator Upload
This episode of Farm Small Farm Smart features Module 12 in the Sattin Hill Market Farming Course, where Josh Sattin why you should transplant crops, techniques for transplanting, alternative techniques and tools, and interplanting. https://www.paperpot.co/josh Watch the Sattin Hill Farm Course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIuQBEr4pd4
A group of angry east coast farmers descended on Napier to protest against carbon forestry they say is destroying their towns. They left their placards on the steps of local MP Stuart Nash's office, who is also the Forestry Minister. But as our Hawke's Bay reporter Tom Kitchin reports, the minister was not there.
Some Levin growers have been hit hard in today's hail and thunder storm, with one likening the damage to a shot gun blast to the veges. Locals describe a mini tornado hitting early this morning, ripping trees up, roofs off and sending debris including a whole garage flying. MetService says over a period of six hours this morning there was about 12,000 lightning strikes around the country. Vegetables NZ CEO John Murphy has told Checkpoint Horowhenua is a key vegetable growing region in New Zealand, "so this will have an effect on national supplies unfortunately". "You're talking about greens, broccoli, celery, and cabbage I've heard have been particularly affected. "But we really need to talk to people next week and assess the damage properly before we can speak too much." He said it is concerning on top of the dry weather affecting Pukekohe. "It's a little bit disappointing because prices were easing. But we would of course say there is the good vegetables out there at good prices, if you look for those that are on special, but today's news was a real kick in the shins for growers."
For this week's podcast version of the Let's Talk Dairy webinar series, Stuart Childs, Teagasc Dairy Specialist, does some checks and balances in relation to breeding. Stuart discusses the need to run a weekly fertility report to track progress and identify the cows not yet bred. It is also important to make sure that you AI for long enough before releasing bulls and use high DBI bulls to generate high quality beef. To register for future Let's Talk Dairy webinars go to: https://www.teagasc.ie/corporate-events/lets-talk-dairy/ For more episodes from the Dairy Edge podcast go to the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/dairy/the-dairy-edge-podcast/
In a past life, he was the chief executive of farm servicing co-op Farmlands; but these days he's running NZ's biggest seafood and fishing company Sanford and he has some interesting comments to make on the state of an industry that's now in a Covid-recovery state. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's World Bee Day and the chief executive of Apiculture NZ reminds us that every third spoonful of food depends on pollination and bees are our major pollinators. But are they an endangered species, their very existence being threatened by chemical sprays such as glyphosate? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Did you know that almost four decades after the Clean Water Act's deadline for all waters across the U.S. to be “fishable and swimmable,” 50 percent of assessed river and stream miles in the U.S. are so polluted they are classified as “impaired”? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Tom Pelton, Communications Director for the Environmental Integrity Project and lead author of EIP's report, “The Clean Water Act at 50: Promises Half Kept at the Half Century Mark.” Learn if your elected officials vote in favor of environmental protection here: League of Conservation Voters: https://lcv.org/mission/ and listen to Pelton's “Environment in Focus” interviews here: https://www.wypr.org/people/tom-pelton Related website: https://environmentalintegrity.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/CWA-report-3.23.22-FINAL.pdf
Sorghum provides a lot of benefits in drought years like this one. A million acres are coming out of CRP. It may become more difficult for cattle feeders to make a profit. The war in Ukraine continues to impact agriculture. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Ryan Koory, Vice President of Economics at Mercaris, joins to give the latest updates from the organic marketplace. Topics discussed: -2022 Early Planting Trends -Organic Soybean and Corn markets -Organic Grain Imports Sponsored by Byron Seeds and SoilBiotics
In our latest profile of candidates for Congress in the 17th District in Illinois, we spoke with Angie Normoyle about her decision to run for Congress. Angie Normoyle tells WKEI that her background is in education and it's part of what made her want to run for Congress. We also discussed inflation, health care, Farming and several other topics that are on the minds of voters and how Angie Normoyle would address those topics if she were elected to replace Cheri Bustos in the 17t District.
This week's podcast features Adam Woods on live exports and beef prices, Jack Kennedy on milk prices, Kerry Co-op and the Food Vision Dairy Group and Noel Bardon on pigs.
Katie Milne was the first female National President of Federated Farmers now she is throwing her name into the hat to become the President of the World Farmer's Organisation.
“If we don't sort this out, there's no plan B. And so I really want to spend the rest of my days as an active adult trying” - Andy Cato Whether cooking at home or picking up a take-away, there's a deep-rooted connection between how we feed ourselves and the health of our planet. And how our food is being produced is a big part of that. Actor and WWF ambassador Cel Spellman tucks into the environmental impact of what we're putting on our plates, from protecting the soil under our feet to supporting biodiversity on our farms, with help from organic veg pioneers Guy and Geetie Singh-Watson of Riverford and Groove Armada's Andy Cato, co-founder of Wildfarmed. Find tips and challenges for living more sustainably by downloading WWF-UK's My Footprint app: http://hyperurl.co/nubvnn The wild is calling. It's time to act. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Photo: Earthly landscape in moonlight #Moon: Farming on lunar soil. Bob Zimmerman, BehindtheBlack.com https://behindtheblack.com/behind-the-black/points-of-information/scientists-grow-plants-in-lunar-soil-brought-by-from-apollo-missions/
It isn't surprising that most farmers have to be expert planners and investors. But getting an inside view into how a farmer plans for the future of their business is a rare opportunity.In this episode, you'll hear firsthand how Hallie Shoffner, a sixth-generation row crop farmer in the Mississippi Delta, makes decisions for her farm and company, SFR Seed. While Hallie is an enthusiastic adopter of new farming innovations, this conversation shows that every decision must be well supported by reliable data and the right incentives.Listen in to hear Hallie speak about:Investing in conservation practices as a tactic to mitigate financial and environmental riskWhat farmers like Hallie want to see from potential partners and vendors in agtechHow COVID-19 impacted a large project to electrify operations on the farmWhy many farmers are skeptical of participating in carbon programs and marketsFor more information and resources, visit our website.
Cotton planting is moving forward in Texas. Recent severe storms in the Texas High Plains caused some issues for Texas feedlots. Farmers and ranchers continue to pay escalating prices to raise crops and livestock. A proposed rule by the Securities and Exchange commission hurts farmers and ranchers. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Today, you’re invited into the pottery studio and cutting garden of celebrated ceramic artist, Frances Palmer of Frances Palmer Pottery. We recently recorded a preview of Frances’s upcoming presentation at the Slow Flowers Summit. Our theme this year is Flowers as Artists’ Muse, and in the conversation that follows, you’ll learn why we invited Frances […] The post Episode 558: A pottery studio and cutting garden visit with ceramic artist Frances Palmer (Slow Flowers Summit 2022 speaker preview) appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing.
The Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for Wednesday, May 18, 2022: 1.) Farming can be a stressful job – and that stress can affect your physical health, your family and your business. Eric Pfeiffer reports how the Purdue Farm Stress Team is pushing farmers to get the help they need. 2.) Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin says rain is likely today – but how much or little you get depends on where you live. His farm forecast is coming up. 3.) AND another bullish day for soybeans and wheat. Arlan Suderman with StoneX reviews Tuesday's grain and livestock markets and looks ahead to Wednesday's markets. All of that is part of Wednesday's HAT Podcast!
CALLING ALL BABY BLOOMER'S!!! Fertilizer is more then just random bag of plant hormones. There's a lot of reason to every type, and that's why we are here to give you the guide. We did the research s you wouldn't have to! Join us on this shot but fun episode and see what kind of plant drugs your garden could benefit from this growing season !Instagram:@aboominggoodtimepodcast@crowleyhouseYoutube:@Crowleyhouseflowerfarm
As a 7th generation family-owned and run company, being sustainable means building towards the future for the next generations. That's the philosophy that has led Champagne Louis Roederer to move towards organic farming with biodynamic and permaculture principles since 2000. With 100% of its historic estate (50% of total vineyard holdings) certified organic, this process has had a significant impact on the quality of the fruit and wines as well as the bottom line. Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon, EVP and Chef du Cave at Champagne Louis Roederer and Xavier Barlier, SVP of Marketing and Communications of Maison Marques & Domaines USA (Roederer's import arm), tell us about this transition, strategy, and its market positioning. Don't forget to support the show on Patreon!Detailed Show Notes: Beginning in 2000, started moving farming towards organic, including some biodynamic and permaculture philosophiesOrganic is just stopping the use of herbicides and pesticides, but that's itBiodynamic practices for JBL are less about Rudolph Steiner's philosophy but more about paying attention to the land and ecosystem, aligned more with the permaculture movementAbout adding life back into the soil and building fertility, which comes with decreased use of copper and sulfur that are used in organic farmingWe can do this at Roederer because it's a family-owned business with 7 generations, building for the next generation and the futureRoederer does its own massale selection, own rootstocks, and compostImpact on growersImpacts more the future generation of growers, need to educate themRoederer single-vineyard ferments everything and tastes the growers on their own vineyardsAssigned a Roederer enologist dedicated to grower relationsOrganic trends in Champagne20 years ago - in 2020, 125ha (50% of estate)Organically certified vineyards are 100% of the historic estateOrganic vineyards are the Cristal and Vintage winesThe future of Champagne - maybe more of all 7 permitted varieties will play a role, with more of a focus on the genetic material of the vines Get access to library episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The use of pesticides in global agriculture brings with it many problems including the killing of non-target, beneficial species as well as reversing pest-management gains from the use of conservation agriculture methods. In a newly published study by researchers at Penn State University, the use of plant cover, such as cover crops, was shown to […]
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"We are an unintentional community" Jon Jandai Jon Jandai is a Thai Farmer, earthen builder, seed saver, teacher. Philosopher, father, and community activist. Jon Jandai continuously strives to find more ways communities can be self-reliant and people can come back to connecting with the land and each other. His philosophy is that life is simple and works to connect people to understanding this themselves and ways to achieve it. In 2003, along with family and friends, Jon founded a community called Pun Pun, north of Chiang Mai city in northern Thailand. Pun Pun is a self- reliance learning center and seeds saving center. In 2018 Jon and his team founded Pun Pun Isaan, in Yasothorn province of northeastern Thailand. Pun Pun Isaan will be a model of how to design your farm to be sustainable by itself. At both places they experiment with alternative building, farming techniques, processing products from the farm and community as well as teaching and workshops too. This is the second episode in our series on regenerative farming/community building/and alternative lifestyles. What you'll learn in this episode: The importance of saving seedsWhy Jon has not bought clothes in 30 yearsHow many acres of land Jon needs to feed 20 peopleThe importance of having your health firstHow Jon lives without an incomeHow the Pun Pun community is structured Jon Jandai Quotes: "It has been 30 years since I bought clothes" "When people work so hard, but don't have a good place to stay and food to eat - that is not normal" "It is dangerous not to have seeds in our hands" You can build things in America even cheaper than in Thailand" "[In a career] We think we work for ourselves but we are not really working for ourselves" "You only need 1/2 acre in the tropics to feed 6 people" Continue the adventure: Jon Jandai's website Jon Jandai on YouTube Jon's TEDx talks: Life is easy. Why do we make it so hard? To Be Different is Good You will also love these episodes: Joel Salatin | Regenerative Farming, Community Building, Templates of Abundance, and more Michael Thornhill | Founder of Casa Galactica, Ayahuasca Retreat Center, on Healing Trauma and Channeling Interdimensional Beings Robert Michael | Know Your Rights – Freedom, Law and The Great Reset Tamara Jacobi | The Life of a Wildpreneur | Founder of the Tailwind Jungle Lodge Darin Olien | Superfoods, Sustainability, Sovereignty, Systems, and More Ashe Oro | Building The World We Want – Blockchain and Crytocurrency Sir John Hargrave | Blockchain for Everyone
Have you ever left farm life, only to find yourself drawn back to it? Today on the show we're pleased to be hosting Paul Dorrance, author, public speaker, consultant, and regenerative agriculture advocate. Paul was raised close to the land, growing up on a small self-sufficient homestead in upstate New York. After a career in the Air Force as a pilot, Paul's journey back to farming started in 2013 when he started Pastured Providence Farmstead - a successful pasture-based livestock operation marketing 100% grass-fed beef and lamb, as well as pastured non-GMO pork, poultry, and eggs directly to consumers in southern and central Ohio. Join us today to hear all about the unique, eclectic career of this regenerative agriculture expert! You'll hear: Paul's experience growing up in a self-sufficient homestead in New York 1:37 Paul's initial career 3:32 What brought Paul back to farming 5:21 What truths writing his book dredged up for Paul 16:37 The major decision at the beginning that set Paul's farm up for success 20:38 What Paul considers the biggest mistakes new business owners can make 29:25 Where Paul plans to take his career next 34:04 How Paul markets and sells his products 38:12 Where you can find out more about Paul and his work 40:50 About the Guest Paul Dorrance is an author, speaker, consultant and regenerative agriculture advocate. He was raised close to the land, growing up on a small self-sufficient homestead in upstate New York. His journey back to farming started in 2013 when he started Pastured Providence Farmstead – a successful pasture-based livestock operation, marketing 100% grass-fed beef and lamb, as well as pastured non-GMO pork, poultry, and eggs directly to consumers in southern and central Ohio. Paul now writes for Acres U.S.A., speaks at agricultural conferences around the country, and provides consulting services for dreaming, beginning, and transitioning farmers. Resources Website: www.pasturedprovidence.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PasturedProvidence Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pasturedprovidence/ The Thriving Farmer Podcast Team would like to thank our amazing sponsors! Rimol Greenhouse Systems has been supporting local growers since 1994. Rimol Greenhouse offers superior strength and craftsmanship with their structures and product lines. We offer multiple sizes of gothic high tunnels, gutter-connected and free-standing greenhouses. Rimol Greenhouse manufactures their diverse product line in New Hampshire, using American Steel and Aluminum. Our knowledgeable sales staff specialize in the technology you need and are located throughout the country to better serve you. Whether you are just getting started as a Greenhouse Grower, or looking to expand your operation, Rimol Greenhouse is your industry partner. To learn more and to get a quote on your next project, visit Rimol.com At Agrigro, we know that in today's modern agriculture, our efforts can deplete life or add life. When you look for ways to add life, it's sustainable and makes everything work better. The result is enhanced plant and soil health for crops, gardens, and turf, as well as improved animal health and environment for livestock and wildlife. Our products are all-natural, easy to use, and friendly to the soil, the plant, as well as the grower. AgriGro's® formulations deliver essential plant nutrition along with an advanced prebiotic concentrate, which significantly increases the multitude of beneficial native microbial species already residing in the production environment. Through these environmentally sound technologies, we're adding life to crop production, livestock, home, turf, and wildlife markets. You don't have to be dependent on crop production efforts that deplete life… Just Add Life with AgriGro®.
Matthieu Kohlmeyer is the Founder and CEO of La Tourangelle, a family owned & operated producer of artisan oils & other natural food. Steeped in the oil making tradition of France's Loire Valley, and with production facilities both in France & California, La Tourangelle is on a mission to make good food. Good for the table, community & planet. Connect with La Tourangelle Website | LinkedIn Co-op Links Co-op Details | Buy an NFT | Resources | Follow us on Twitter for memes
Is Western science always the best science? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Marcia Belsky discuss Indigenous methods to combat climate change with Indigenous scientist and author Dr. Jessica Hernandez. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Jennifer E Carr, Ruben, Peter Kellner, Michele Bontemps, eric secrist, Zebulon C, Travis Ryan Otter, Matthew Young, SevereFLIPPER, and Cleo K for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Antonio Campoy, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons