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Discover how AI is set to revolutionize the B2B services economy and the implications for GDP. Plus, unravel the paradox of the cyber job market, explore the urgent need for a content source authentication system, and delve into the controversial practice of CVE farming
Traversing the U.S. from Mid-Atlantic to the Heartland, you'll pass by many farms and rural communities. The large majority of these farms are family owned and small to mid-sized operations that don't see large profits. How might we improve economic conditions, growth opportunities and access to new market channels for these entrepreneurs? On this episode of The Tidbit, Kim speaks with Philip Powell, Assistant Director of Local Affairs and Rural Development with The Arkansas Farm Bureau. He says the future of farming is in innovation. At the time of this recording Philip worked at ARFB, and has now stepped into a new role where he continues to serve rural communities in Arkansas.Host: Kim BrydenProducer: Gabriela SaldiviaArkansas Farm Bureau: https://www.arfb.com
Three of the UK's four agri-tech centres which support farm technology and innovation are merging. They are CIEL - the Centre for Innovation Excellence in Livestock; CHAP - Crop Health and Protection; and Agri-Epi, the Agricultural Engineering Precision Innovation Centre. The fourth, Agrimetrics, which covers data will go its own way as an independent company. We speak to the science minister at the World Agri-Tech Innovation summit in London about why the government's changing them. All week we're looking at nature writing. The Wainwright prize is awarded annually to the books which most successfully inspire readers to explore the outdoors and nurture respect for the natural world. This year's prize for conservation writing went to Guy Shrubsole for his book, The Lost Rainforests of Britain. Presenter - Charlotte Smith Producer - Rebecca Rooney
Pull up a chair as we visit with Mr. Jake Thorne with Texas A&M and also our NSIP rep. Get a great overveiw of what the NSIP is all about and how it can help you in your operation. We also touch on the Dorper Ram test at A&M. Dont forget to check out Jakes podcast link below.Jake.Thorne@ag.tamu.eduhttps://soundcloud.com/user-637754734www.Dorpersheep.orgwww.Nationalagco.comNationalagco@gmail.com940 366 5688 Dorper, Sheep, ADSBS, Ram, Ewe, Lamb, American, Agriculture, Farming, Ranching,
I hope you have been enjoying our 10-year retrospective as I have. It has been so fun to reconnect with one of our guests dating back to the Slow Flowers Podcast's first episode in 2013, and pick up where I left off with one of our amazing Slow Flowers Members who appeared as a guest […] The post Episode 629: Celebrating our 10th Anniversary! From the Slow Flowers Podcast Archives – an Encore of Episode 445 with Mara Tyler of Pennsylvania's The Farm at Oxford appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing.
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast, hosts Carl Joern and Ben Jacob continue going through Purdue's football schedule, talking with Pioneer and Corteva agronomy experts from each respective school. Joining this episode are Dave Koehn and Andy Knepp, Pioneer Agronomists from Illinois and graduates of the University of Illinois. The group discuss field and crop reports in Indiana and Illinois, checking corn stalk integrity before harvest, early harvest observations and Purdue vs. Illinois football. ResourcesStalk Lodging in Corn - Causes and Management: https://www.pioneer.com/us/agronomy/stalk-lodging-corn.htmlMonitor Corn Fields for Stalk Quality Problems: https://www.pioneer.com/us/agronomy/stalk_quality.htmlEvaluating Corn Stalks for Stalk Rots: https://youtu.be/YkPTFddE0po?si=zGhZcKHNI9N1Zi9m
It's Underdog Ag podcast time again. This month we spent some time with Mr. Wayne Swanson. There is a way in agriculture to do what you love and use your gifts. You will absolutely believe that after listening to my friend sending his positive message clear from Decatur, GA. What an inspiring visit Wayne. Thank you so much. You're helping so many people and making a big difference.Find Wayne's endeavors by searching for Swanson Family Farm on Facebook andwww.swansonfamilyfarmllc.com--Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe.HOST: Kerry HoffschneiderGUESTS: Genevieve Tonniges, Director - Wessels Living History Farm --CREDITS:Mitchell Roush, ProducerBibi Luevano, Cover ArtPurple Planet Music, Theme
Daniel Jossund is a 2023 American Star Farmer Finalist. I met him for the first time in this interview, but what an impressive resume he put forward. He has been farming corn, wheat, soybeans, barley and sugar beets with his family his entire life. However, at the beginning of his FFA career he joined his brother in a straw bailing business, and actually purchased his own bailer. The purchase of that bailer was just the beginning for Daniel. Soon he was leasing ground from his grandmother and growing wheat and soybeans. Then he leased some ground from his chapter and began growing alfalfa. Just after graduation from high school he purchased 150 acres of his own and diversified even more. Daniel is currently in college at North Dakota State University studying agricultural business and minoring in banking. When I asked him what was next for him, after college, without hesitation but with full confidence he said "full time farming". He is already well on his way to that dream, and her is wishing him the best of luck at the National Convention!
Joel Salatin, renowned farmer and author is back! In this episode we explore the profound reasons behind homesteading and the crucial importance of intentionality in our rapidly changing society. Ginny and Joel discuss the deep-rooted concerns of individuals who approach life with purpose, shedding light on the essential need for a 'why' amidst today's uncertainties. They examine the role of faith in environmental stewardship, urging for acknowledgment of historical shortcomings within faith communities. The conversation transitions to the spiritual and ethical dimensions of our dietary choices, emphasizing the alignment of our beliefs with the food we consume. Joel underscores the significance of responsible and thoughtful eating, aligning it with our moral and spiritual compass. Exploring the spiritual connection to nature, the discussion touches on the joy of witnessing land restoration and the profound spiritual lessons found in the physical world. The episode also delves into nurturing a sense of self-worth and responsibility in children through meaningful chores and tasks. Join us for a thought-provoking journey into the harmonious blend of faith, family, and farming. Discover how embracing these principles can enrich our lives and the world we inhabit. Tune in and immerse yourself in this enriching dialogue with Joel Salatin, a beacon of wisdom and inspiration in the world of homesteading and environmental stewardship. Learn more about Joel here >> https://polyfacefarms.com/ Buy your copy of The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs here >> https://amzn.to/3ruK7IQ
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Two return convoys have managed to get through Haast Pass today as Waka Kotahi opened a single lane on the vital storm damaged route along state highway six. Muddy Creek Bridge north of Makarora was buried in a massive slip in last week's extreme weather with debris initially piled four metres high. The road's a vital tourist route linking Haast, Fox Glacier and Franz Josef to Wanaka and Queenstown. Escorted convoys of light vehicles were allowed to drive a single lane along the route at midday and four thirty this afternoon. Waka Kotahi says there are two excavators, two loaders, five trucks and a bulldozer working in confined and challenging spaces to get the job done as quickly as possible. Development West Coast CEO, Heath Milne speaks to Lisa Owen. An update from Waka Kotahi: From tomorrow morning all vehicles, including busses and those weighing over 5 tonnes can use the road. It will be by escort at 8am, 12pm and 4.30pm. The length of the guided convoy route is just under a kilometre. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337835644112
Grab your favorite drink and come chat with us! It's been a while since we had a random discussion and boy does this conversation take some twists and turns, so buckle up!Follow us on social media @forwardfarmingpodcastFollow Amber @cranberrychatsFollow Becca @beccahilby
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A while back I did a solo show defending farmers from a newspaper article calling them "hogs" for using the water that has been allotted to them for well over a century for farming **See The Original Show Notes Below** An article recently popped up locally for me that supported the idea of the "pyramid scheme" that small cities get involved with that leads to the need to continue to approve development projects so that they can create new tax revenue that will pay for aging infrastructure. On today's Tuesday episode I've got a brief farm update for you, and then I want to read you this article and cite it as evidence that this "pyramid scheme" is really happening.
Listen to the podcast here - https://www.northamericanag.com/north-american-ag-spotlight - "AI, Robotics & Autonomous Farming in Action at FIRA USA 2023"In this week's North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak gives us a look into the 2023 FIRA USA conference. The only 3-day event for ag robotics and autonomous farm solutions is held each fall in California, attracting growers, robot manufacturers, AI experts & researchers from across the globe. FIRA USA showcases state-of-the-art and the latest industry advances in technology, regulations, scientific research and use cases. Since 2016, FIRA has established itself as the leading event for professionals in the agricultural robotics sector. Launched and organized since then by Naïo Technologies, FIRA is now carried out by the association GOFAR – Global Organization for Agricultural Robotics. An independent organization emerged to make the voice of the sector ring out and develop a promotional component that is lacking in the existing structures. This was the preamble to the creation of GOFAR in 2019 by Axema and Naïo Technologies, with the participation of RobAgri to the Executive Board as a member and the entrance of Capagro as treasorier in 2020.The GOFAR non-profit organization undertakes to promote and develop the agricultural robotics sector at international level. Like Robagri, whose objective is to facilitate the technical development of agricultural robots, GOFAR meets the increasing need for visibility and networking of the agricultural robotics sector.GOFAR therefore aims to organize the meeting between the relevant stakeholders, and to support them by taking an active part in the development of the agricultural robotics market, implementing a promotional campaign of international scale (organization of events, production of actions of communication and participation of trade fairs in France and abroad).With a degree in Business Promotion, and Sustainable Development, Gwendoline has been working in agricultural robotics since 2014, as she managed the communication of a French robot manufacturer. She has always been passionate about innovation to solve environmental and social problems. By supporting the development of autonomous machines, she sincerely believes that robotics is a key to fight against climate change and reduce the drudgery of work.Gwendoline co-directs FIRA with Maialen Cazenave. Gwendoline develops strong partnerships around the world to bring together an involved community of actors in the agricultural robotics value chain. FIRAs events – the Agricultural Robotics Forum - are a powerful tool that she continues to develop with enthusiasm. Learn more at - https://fira-usa.com/#agtech #autonomousfarming #agriculturetechnologyNorth American Ag is devoted to highlighting the people & companies in agriculture who impact our industry and help feed the world. Subscribe at https://northamericanag.comThis episode is sponsored by AMS Galaxy - BRINGING PRECISION DAIRY EQUIPMENT TO THE AMERICAN FARMER. Spend more time doing what you love. Use technology to your advantage.Visit https://agr.fyi/galaxyThis episode is sponsored by Fastline - A LEADER IN FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALEVisit https://agr.fyi/fastlineWant to hear the stories of the ag brands you love and the ag brands you love to hate? Hear them at https://whatcolorSubscribe today at NorthAmericanAg.com! Why you should not miss FIRA USA 2023!Join the experts during 3 days of autonomous and robotics farming solutions in action!FIRA USA, the traveling AgTech event is back from September 19-21, 2023 at the Salinas Sports Complex, Home of the California Rodeo SalinasRegister at - https://fira-usa.com/Subscribe to North American Ag at https://northamericanag.com
*The monthly Cattle on Feed Report did not contain any surprises. *Prairieview A&M University is researching the potential of industrial hemp in animal feed. *Genetic testing is becoming more common in commercial cattle herds. *We are currently in an El Nino weather pattern, but with this summer's drought across much of Texas, it doesn't feel like it. *The beef industry is often blamed for damaging the environment, but the Cattlemen's Beef Board is working to change that.*Farmers in West Texas have been getting good rains recently. *Reducing stress is critical to keeping incoming calves healthy. *The public is invited to weigh in on spotted sea trout management.
A trio of Northland brothers is on a mission to keep fruit and vege affordable for local families battling the cost of living crisis. Kumara is cracking more than $13 per kg in some bigger stores. But the Thistlewaite brothers, who are growers, are selling them for less than half that price. Jack, Ben and Joe source their fruit and vegetables from a family owned farm near Waipapa and other Northland growers and sell direct to the public through stalls around the region. Joe Thistlewaite speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337838213112
This week I spent a lot of time reading the policy manuals of the Farm Bureau and the NY Farm Bureau. As I did, I spent quite a bit of time thinking about how homesteading and farming are the same. And how they are different. On this episode, I share my thoughts on that as well as why I think homesteading is crucial to solving the issue of aging farmers.Enjoy!!BrianSupport the showhttp://www.thehomesteadjourney.net/bloghttp://www.thehomesteadjourney.net/newsletterhttp://www.thehomesteadjourney.net/supporthttp://www.thehomesteadjourney.nethttps://www.facebook.com/TheHomesteadJourneyPodcasthttps://www.youtube.com/c/TheHomesteadJourneyhttps://www.facebook.com/3BFarmNY/https://www.instagram.com/thehomesteadjourneypodcast/?hl=enhttps://teespring.com/stores/thehomesteadjourneypodcastBrian@thehomesteadjourney.net
Like author Simon Sinek, Daniel Austin of Green Sprig Ag and Little Hen Farm encourages people to start with their “why.” Doing so will help people understand their motivation and refine their purpose in life and work. Knowing both the “why” and the “how” of farming and building soil health is critically important to economic viability, community well-being, and true sustainability. Jeff Ishee, Mary Sketch Bryant, and Eric Bendfeldt continue their conversation with Daniel by phone to learn more about his “why” and “how” of farming and growing local grains.Daniel emphasizes that farmers need to know and understand their "why" for all aspects of their farm operation. On his farm, he aims to care for and rebuild the soil while also maximizing the number of farm enterprises the land can sustain. Daniel also encourages farmers to continually surround themselves with positive mentors and peers. Similarly, he desires to be a good mentor for others in the same way that key mentors have been instrumental in his own journeyGreen Sprig Ag is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains.in Franklin County, Virginia. To learn about the Common Grain Alliance and the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Grain Fair and Conference, please visit https://www.commongrainalliance.org/mid-atlantic-grain-fair Learn more about the Virginia Soil Health Coalition and pledge your support for soil health at https://www.virginiasoilhealth.org/ and https://4thesoil/take-the-pledge
Two hours ago I had sent a total of 7 messages to todays guest and now we're making sure that we stay in touch after a good bit of craic! Izzi Rainey who studied textiles with a focus on print at Glasgow school of art always had a hankering for cows. You can see her love for cattle throughout as her face lights up with similarity to that of the queen when cows appear at her fancy party thing she had! Izzi lives and breathes art and cows and has created a business out of both of them! On the art side, alongside her friend Lara has created a business almost 10 years old supplying upwards of 50 shops with goods and on the farm side has taken a very sweet token retirement gift from her father of 3 heifers to a notable sum of 75 split between Lincoln red and highlander aiming for beef boxes in the local area! Cher them out @batesmoorfarm on Instagram! As always! Enjoy!
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www.agleader.comwww.steinbauer.uswww.johndeere.comFarm Progress Show 2023Mike Newland Mike Newland and I'm the director of agriculture business development for the Propane Education & Research Council, or PERC as you might know us.PERC is an organization that is funded by the propane industry to provide training and education on the safe use of propane in a variety of markets, including agriculture. We also work with partners to develop new propane technologies and initiatives. One of those partnerships is with Sukup Manufacturing. Explore Mike's career and hobbies….What is Propane?How is Propane formed?What is propane made of?Why is it called LP?What's the difference between propane and natural gas?How long has propane been around?How long will it be around – will we run out?Where does propane come into play for agriculture?Reliability: Not only does your equipment have to be reliable, but the energy used to power it must be too. There are many reasons our customers choose propane to power their equipment but the reliability of the energy source itself is certainly a key reason too. Environmental Benefits: There is a lot of talk about clean energy and “electrifying everything” to curb emissions. While we at PERC are all about propane, we know that it will take a variety of energy sources working together to achieve sustainability and decarbonization goals. Versatility: So many uses for propane, but Let's talk about some of those lesser-known applications or the other ways propane can be used.Agriculture(organic), Transportation, Home Use, others?Cost savings: (True Farm4Profit Value) Producers face very high costs for all farm inputs including energy. How has LP varied in cost compared to alternative energy sources?What are ways listeners can save by using propane?The Grain Drying Calculator allows users to simply input their average expected yield to determine the propane gallons needed to dry their crops by a specific moisture percentage. By planning and filling tanks before the hustle of harvest and winter seasons, you can make sure you have the energy you need—when you need it. And even save more in the process with those early tank fill programsAddress any potential concerns or misconceptions related to propane use in farmingAre there safety measures and regulations associated with using propane in agricultural settings?Do you have any insights into how farmers and agribusinesses can make informed decisions about integrating propane into their operations.Talk about the potential for innovation and advancements in propane-related technologies for agriculture.Discuss ongoing research, development, and partnerships that PERC is involved in to further promote sustainable propane use. What about for PERC—what's big in 2024? Soil Steaming, Power Generation, Irrigation What is the role of education and outreach in raising awareness about the benefits of propane in agriculture?What did we miss – anything extra to cover?SummaryChallengeWhat do you like most about farming or what do y
We're rethinking the norms of manufacturing by offering flexible work environments at our facilities. In this episode learn how flexibility supplemental income, and simply choosing your own hours to work can impact consumers, which is better for our cooperative, is making a difference. Guests are Yone Dewberry Chief Supply Chain Officer at Land O'Lakes, Inc, and George Weathermon, a Land O'Lakes flex-worker from St. Joseph Missouri. Check out Rootedintomorrow.com for more stories of incredible farmers!Follow Land O'Lakes Inc at:Facebook: www.facebook.com/LandOLakesIncInstagram: @LandOLakesIncLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/landolakesinc/Follow along with our other businesses. Dairy: www.landolakes.comAnimal Nutrition: www.purinamills.comCrop Protection: www.winfieldunited.comSustainability: www.truterraag.com
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In this episode, we tackle the pressing issue of drought in Louisiana. We speak with agricultural experts Andy Brown and Madison Plaisance from the Louisiana Farm Bureau about the challenges faced by farmers and ranchers due to the recent drought. We also cover the impact of the grassroots efforts led by the Farm Bureau to influence the drought monitor and bring about change. Tune in to learn about the initiatives making waves in our state, find inspiration in the stories of farmers overcoming adversity, and gain a greater appreciation for the vital role agriculture plays in our lives.Report drought conditions on your farm here -> https://droughtimpacts.unl.edu/Tools/ConditionMonitoringObservations.aspxhttps://lafarmbureau.org/
Welcome to Episode 142 of The Spokesman Speaks podcast. This episode features cybersecurity tips for farmers and the story of an Iowa student who was inspired to pursue innovative cattle research following a near-death experience on her family's farm. Resource mentioned in this episode: Iowa's Jasmyn Hoeger named a finalist for National FFA's American Star in Agriscience award
*Texas wheat growers are voicing their needs for the 2023 Farm Bill. *Registration is now underway for a free regenerative agriculture field day coming up this week. *DairyMax is partnering with Gandy's Dairy to install a refrigerated milk dispenser in the Texas Tech Sports Performance Center. *Keeping good financial records for your farming operation is a vital task. *The effects of the summer drought are lingering into the fall. *A forage analysis can be an important tool to help you stretch hay supplies this winter. *The most common cause of laminitis in horses is related to the level of insulin in the blood. *Archery season for whitetail deer opens later this month.
Fearless Agent Coach & Founder Bob Loeffler shares his insights on Pricing Presentation Skills and how they're making his Fearless Agent Coaching Students rich! Fearless Agent Coaching is the Highest Results Producing Real Estate Sales Training and Coaching Program in the Industry and we can prove it will work for you if it's a good fit! Call us today at 480-385-8810 to see if it may be Â good fit for you! Telephone Prospecting for Realtors means Cold Calling, Door knocking, Calling for Sale By Owners, Calling Expired Listings, Calling your Sphere of Influence, Farming, Holding Open Houses, but Fearless Agent Coaching Students di all of these completely differently and get massively better results! Find out how! Listen in each week as Bob gives an overview and explains the big ideas behind making big money as a Fearless Agent! If you are earning less selling real estate than you wish you were, and you're open to the idea of having some help, We are here for you! You will never again be in a money making situation with a Buyer, Seller or Investor and not have the right words! You will be very confident! You will be a Fearless Agent! Call Bob anytime for more information about Fearless Agent Coaching for Agents, Fearless Agent Recruiting Training for Broker/Owners, or hiring Bob as a Speaker for your next Event! Call today 480-385-8810 - or go to https://fearlessagent.com Telephone Prospecting for Realtors means Cold Calling, Door knocking, Calling for Sale By Owners, Calling Expired Listings, Calling your Sphere of Influence, Farming, Holding Open Houses, Spin Selling, but Fearless Agent Coaching Students do all of these completely differently and get massively better results! Find out how! Are You an Owner of a Real Estate Company - need help Recruiting Producing Agents - Call today! 480-385-8810 and go to FearlessAgentRecruiting.com and watch our Recruiting Video Real Estate coaching training Real estate training real estate coaching real estate speaker real estate coach real estate sales sales training realtor realtor training realtor coach realtor coaching realtor sales coaching realtor recruiting real estate agent real estate broker realtor prospecting real estate prospecting prospecting for listings calling expired listings calling for sale by owners realtor success Best Realtor Coach Best Realtor CoachingSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For Information Like Degrees Offered, Annual Costs, Etc., Please Click The Banner Below: The Agricultural College Episode is designed to profile agricultural trade schools, junior colleges, colleges and universities around the U.S. This [caption id="attachment_421012" align="alignright" width="90"] Allison Meyer: Head Ag Ambassador - Dordt University[/caption] episode is an effort to replicate the conversation that prospective students, parents and ag teachers might have with agricultural schools at trade show like the National FFA Convention. Dordt University is a private, Christian university located in Northwest Iowa. It is also one of the few Christian universities to have an agriculture program. The university has its own row crop operation, feed lot and dairy herd. In addition to that, Dordt is located in a very rural part of the state that is agriculturally intensive. So, students there have multitudes of opportunities to work in agriculture and make great money doing it! More Places You Can Listen to Off-Farm Income And Matt Brechwald:
*Texas has the worst pasture and range conditions in the nation. *Texas A&M is hosting a webinar to help landowners manage their property for whitetail deer. *The prospects are dim for the Texas cotton crop that has yet to be harvested. *Forage production is on the rise in the Texas High Plains. *Price differences between cotton and polyester create challenges for the cotton industry. *September is an active month for Texas gardeners and landscapers. *It's time to start thinking about preconditioning spring born calves. *Quail populations are up across the state, but there are a few regions where it will be harder for hunters to bag a quail this season.
On today's episode we discuss how Solana is progressing compared to ETH, we touch on the Nifty as a business and much more. Today's show is sponsored by Phantom wallet, the friendly crypto wallet built for DeFi & NFTs. Phantom's Twitter Tune in live every weekday Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM Eastern to 10:15 AM. Buy our NFT Join our Discord Check out our Twitter Check out our YouTube Give us your thoughts on the show by leaving a rating. -- DISCLAIMER: You should never treat any opinion expressed by the hosts of this content as a recommendation to make a particular investment, or to follow a particular strategy. The thoughts and commentary on this show are an expression of the hosts' opinions and are for entertainment and informational purposes only. This show is never financial advice.
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When it comes to animal welfare, the rules and regulations can often be vague and hard to keep up with. How best to sort through it all and make sure your operation is in compliance, particularly with Prop 12 on the horizon come January 2024?During this week's Allen D. Leman Swine Conference we caught up with Jason McAlister, President and CEO of CloverLeaf Animal Welfare Systems, to get a status update on how certification, among other things, under Prop 12 is progressing. McAlister created CloverLeaf in 2017 with the goal of making animal welfare easy, accessible and widespread throughout the world.For more information, on this and other topics, we invite you to visit our websites - www.Feedstuffs.com, and www.NationalHogFarmer.com. While you are there be sure to check out our digital editions and our new Feedstuffs 365 platform.
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www.agleader.comwww.steinbauer.us Annaliese Wegner @modfarmchick Instagram: 53k Email Subscribers: 4k Facebook: 134k Catch UpWhere are they from, what do they farm, how did they get into farmingHow's the family - do they farm with family?Wisconsin girl, dairy farmer, twin mom (Lane & Sage), & wifeWhat are they up to today?What they see that excites them?What do they want to make sure they see before they leave Wisconsin Dairy FarmerBorn into dairy farmingStudied dairy science at University of Wisconsin - River FallsMember of dairy clubMet her husband (Tom) through the clubNow:Tom and Anneliese farm with his parents on Wegnerlann DairyIn-laws established farm in 1986Grown farm to milk 650 cows, 3 times/day, in double parallel parlorHas your role on the farm ever changed? Shares modern-day farm life on social mediaEnjoys cooking, eating, drinking (Whiskey Wednesday), laughing, and hostingFarm + Grow Co.Started this business - she saw the consumer distance from agricultureCommunication focused on engaging fellow farmers to share their storyWhy should farmers share their story? What has your role been through the company? Farm + Grow Co. ProgramsThe Retreat:Weekend of self-developmentMarch 7-10, 2024 in the Wisconsin DellsGoal: obtain tools to help you be the best version of yourself to serve your family, farm, and agricultureThe Event:Gathering of 60+ other women (afternoon/dinner)A peer-t0-peer mentoring groupJournaling and discussionThe Mastermind:A virtual workbook and “session”Teachin