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The corn crop in the northeast Texas Panhandle looks great this year. A big spike in fertilizer prices is the latest hit to Texas farmers and ranchers. We had a fairly mild summer in the Texas panhandle this year, and that appears to have been a blessing for the peanut crop there. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
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Teagasc is running a weekly Let's Talk Dairy webinar series which is also being made available as a bonus podcast episode. In this webinar, Stuart Childs, Teagasc Dairy Specialist, discusses appropriate winter housing facilities and how they can prevent incidence of mastitis. 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/
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Drought in the western U.S. is causing cattle herd liquidation. The soaring cost of inputs is threatening the ability of many Texas farmers to make a profit. The corn harvest is wrapping up in Texas. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
This week Scott and Karl begin their discussion of Edmund Morris's Ten Acres Enough: The Classic 1864 Guide to Independent Farming. The book chronicles Morris leaving the Philadelphia business world in the early 1800s and buying a small farm in the New Jersey countryside. Karl says, "It's a back-to-the-land book for 1864." Scott later adds, "These back-to-the-land movements certainly do seem to come in cycles, but they never really go away... There is always a large number of people who want to provide for themselves in a less abstract way." Ten Acres Enough is perfect for any would-be owners of small farms, and anyone drawn to the idea of an agrarian lifestyle. Both Scott and Karl have personal and practical contributions to make to the discussion— be sure to tune in next week for Part Two. Brought to you by onlinegreatbooks.com.
Dry weather is helping to finish out the cotton crop. The corn season in the Texas High Plains both started and ended dry, but good rains in between really helped. Trees can have a big effect on the value of rural Texas property. Feeding colostrum in the first 24 hours of a calf's life is critical for immunity. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Does the average citizen actually need to care about how their food is produced? This is the central question Australian author and journalist, Gabrielle Chan, set out to answer. Her latest book, “Why you should give a f*ck about farming” details her firm conclusion that, yes, if you eat food, you should in fact care about agriculture. While the old days of agriculture as the top contributor to GDP are over for most Western countries, Gabrielle argues the future of food and farming is becoming increasingly important for a raft of other reasons such as climate change and food security.In this episode, she talks about:Her own introduction to farming, including what shocked her when she first moved from the city to marry a farmer.The emergence of ‘food tribes', where people view what they eat as part of their identity.How politics is failing agriculture by not having a “backyard plan,” a strategy to value natural capital and make considered decisions about land use.The role of agtech in bringing outsiders into agriculture, reinvigorating rural communities, and re-establishing connections between consumers and farmers.For more information and resources, visit our website
Thank you so much for joining us today! October is our celebration of our Slow Flowers members and one of my goals this month is to showcase and thank as many of our Premium Level members as possible, our top supporters. Today, we’re visiting Eileen Tongson of FarmGal Flowers, coming to us from Orlando, Florida. […] The post Episode 528: Meet farmer-florist Eileen Tongson of Orlando-based FarmGal Flowers and enjoy her harvest-cornucopia design demonstration appeared first on Debra Prinzing.
Auction season is finally here. Jud Seaman and Brennin Jack give their take on where live animal markets currently are; Al Samuelson of North American Bison LLC share what he's seeing in the meat market; and Dave Carter recaps the NBA's recent trip out to Washington, D.C.
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Michelle Judy is flight attendant and Professional body boarder but I think her most accomplished title come from three kids who call her Mom. We talked about travel, energy and living all over Hawaii and the cross roads we face as native Hawaiians who are trying desperately to save the things we enjoyed as children growing up here in Hawaii.
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Show notes from host John Holl:"If you're a regular listener of this show you might recall that a few weeks back I was in Nashville for Funk Fest, an event put on by Yazoo Brewing and Embrace the Funk. I participated in a few live discussions with brewers and spent a delightful 45 minutes with Pete Halupka the co-founder and head brewer of Harvest Roots Ferments in Alabama. I wish we had recorded it. So, in an effort to recreate the magic, he's here this week via zoom talking about fermentation and building his kombucha program. From breaking it down and dispelling myths, he's thoughtful and methodical about his approach and has seen the company grow and bring new fans into the fermented fold." This Episode is sponsored by:NZ HopsNZ Hops, the co-operative of Master Hop Growers are a passionate collective of farms dedicated to innovation and sustainability. Leading the charge in sustainable farm practices, some NZ Hops farms have over five generations of knowledge that inform their composting program, used by growers to promote healthy regenerative growth of hops year upon year. This creates high quality soil, a critical component of healthy growing conditions. At NZ Hops, they feel that sustainability is not only being a steward for the land, but for our future.For more Drink Beer, Think Beer or to check out Beer Edge: The Newsletter for Beer Professionals, follow us on Twitter @thebeeredge and subscribe to our beer industry focused newsletter. There is more information, articles, and engaging content at Beer Edge. Host: John Holl Guest: Pete Halupka of Harvest Roots Ferments Sponsors: NZ Hops and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Kombucha, Fermenting, Farming, Process
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast, hosts Ben Jacob and Brian Shrader discuss the 2021 harvest for both corn and soybeans in Southeast Indiana. Joining the duo are Brian Bush and Rick Hoeing of Top Crop Alliance in Southeast Indiana.
Photo: A long-revered use of microbes in food; here, grapes and wine. Microbes cooking; sunless farming. Jon Fasman @TheEconomist https://www.economist.com/technology-quarterly/2021/09/28/microbes-are-being-used-more-and-more-to-make-delicious-food
The UK food industry relies on foreign workers, but what happens when they stop coming? A combination of COVID-19 and Brexit has led to fewer workers available to pick, process and transport food. For some farmers it has led to heartbreaking dilemmas. Tamasin Ford speaks to two pig farmers who face having to kill thousands of healthy pigs, and a salad farmer who has seen millions of lettuce heads rot in his fields. (Picture: farmer in field, Credit: Getty/BBC) If you would like to get in touch with the show, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Contributors: Vicky Morgan, pig farmer, Pockthorpe Hall Farm, East Yorkshire, UK Kate Morgan, pig farmer, Pockthorpe Hall Farm, East Yorkshire, UK Nick Ottewell, Farming and Commercial Director at LJ Betts Ltd, Kent, England
If you're looking for cannabis parenting inspiration, this potcast is for you. It's also for everyone waking up to the importance of soil health and nurturing our relationship with nature. So smoke ‘em if you got and settle in for this chat on mixing family, community, and nature to find your alpenglow. Don't miss the regenerative farming show and tell with Alpenglow Farms in the Potcast 208 show notes at casuallybaked.com. MJ Relief is the Ph.D. formulated CBD muscle rub I co-created with Dr. Monica Vialpando, my cannabis soul sister and formulation scientist. Support our launch and get relief for what aches and pains you now: Purchase here. Shop Dr Love CBD in October using promo code: BAKED to SAVE 20% ✌️
The proposal to eliminate stepped up basis isn't dead yet. This has been a tough year for Texas High Plains cattle feeders, but their luck may be about to change. Farm meetings took a hiatus last fall because of Covid, but they are back this fall. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
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We've already introduced you to Lois Martin but we didn't get the whole story of her early farm life and how she's still active in the family operation. Earlier in 2021, Lois was back in the show ring with a hog in Kentucky. We find out how granddaughter Carly helped sell the trip and the return to the ring. Click here for this timeless story of family in agriculture with Lois and Carly Martin from Marion, Iowa.
Farm life is challenging. Who's out there innovating, making farm life more practical, modern and convenient? Today on our 150th episode, we've got a fun episode featuring Curly of Curly's Ag, located in Rosevale, Queensland, Australia. Curly's Ag is an Australian family business that designs, manufactures, and distributes tools and equipment. Their designs aim to solve the daily challenges we face in agriculture to accelerate efficiency and production. Curly and his family run a market garden. When they didn't have a solution for certain challenges and needs they had when they started, it encouraged them to seek out solutions for themselves. All the Curly's Ag tools are manufactured in a workshop run 100% on solar electricity. They have committed themselves to be the solar powered helping hand that every farmer loves to have around. Find out how Curly and his solutions can optimize your agricultural operation! You'll hear: What the Handy is 1:44 How Curly got into the ag business 2:43 How they efficiently manage electricity being 100% solar powered 10:44 About the thought process behind manufacturing the Handy 17:26 How much the Handy can lift 27:46 How Curly's Ag refines their products and practices 30:40 What tools they use for the Handy 41:43 About the Guest: Curly's Ag is an Australian family business that designs, manufactures, and distributes tools and equipment. Their designs solve the daily challenges farmers face in agriculture to accelerate efficiency and production. Curly and his wife, Marta, run a market garden and through the challenges and the needs for which they did not have a solution, they began to seek solutions for themselves. Now they enjoy sharing their solutions with others! They've committed themselves and their business to be the helping hand that every farmer needs. Resources:Website - https://curlysag.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CurlysAg Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/curlysag/
In this episode, your hosts, Pioneer Territory Managers, Chris Scuse and Emily Allegar, are joined by Jennifer Clark, Corteva Crop Protection Territory Manager, to talk about the 2022 TruChoice® Program.
Do you know where your food comes from? It's an important question and one that's becoming increasingly difficult to answer. Now, you don't have to be a maniac in the grocery store scrutinizing every label and ingredient, but it is important to be curious about what goes into your body. That's one of the reasons why we're huge proponents of gardening and farming—it's a direct connection to your food source. Today, we have the opportunity to speak with Javier Guerrero, President and CEO of Coastal Roots Farm. Coastal Roots Farm does incredible work focusing on Regenerative Agriculture, Equitable Access to Food, Environmental Education, and Jewish Life, welcoming people of all backgrounds. SHOW NOTES: BIO: Javier Guerrero is the Farm's President and CEO. Javier works with Coastal Roots Farm staff, board members, funders, partners, and volunteers to advance the Farm's impact initiatives of Regenerative Agriculture, Equitable Access to Food and Environmental Education, and Jewish Life, welcoming people of all backgrounds. Javier has worked in the San Diego nonprofit sector for over 20 years and brings extensive experience in nonprofit administration, organizational management, and resource development. Prior to joining the Farm over three years ago, Javier served eight years as Executive Director of San Diego Children's Discovery Museum in Escondido, overseeing the Museum's capital campaign, move to a new indoor/outdoor location, and expansion of exhibits and programming. Javier currently serves on the Board of North County Philanthropy Council and Carlsbad Education Foundation. Javier was the recipient of the 2021 Fran Aleshire Leadership Award from CSUSM Leadership North County. - Coastal Roots Farm: https://coastalrootsfarm.org/ - More About Javier: https://www.linkedin.com/in/javierguerrerosd/ CREDITS: Intro and Outro Song: The Soft Pack - Mexico
What do farmland loss and a rapidly changing climate mean for the future of food? How can we harness the power of agriculture, urban farming, and regenerative practices to protect next-generation farmers and the planet? In his presentation at the 2021 Biophilic Leadership Summit, President of American Farmland Trust John Piotti tackles all of these questions and more, illuminating AFT's history as a changemaking organization and looking towards the future of agriculture.Show NotesAbout John Piotti, President and CEO of American Farmland TrustDonate to American Farmland Trust and Help Save the Land that Sustains UsGet Your FREE ‘No Farms No Food' Bumper StickerGet Involved with American Farmland TrustStatement from John Piotti, AFT President and CEO: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Sixth Assessment ReportRegenerative Agriculture is a System, Not a Single Practice, American Farmland Trust
This episode features Adam Klaus. 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/
AmplifiedAg is taking container farming to the next level. With multiple locations (Their Columbia, South Carolina location housing 140 containers!) Don Taylor, CEO is delivering consistent, safe and delicious (I can vouch) greens to Publix, Harris Teeter, Food Lion and many more retailers. Take a listen to learn more about Don's journey in Horticulture, the evolution of the company and navigating the ever changing retail environment.
Dry weather presents plenty of challenges for wheat planting. New research shows newly arrived stocker cattle may respond better to a high energy ration. West Texas A&M and Texas Farm Bureau have come together to start something new. There's a new political reality for rural representation in Texas. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Call it like it is, we live in a very very toxic world. Our ability to detoxify the more than 90,000 chemicals that have been introduced into our existence is certainly less robust than it needs to be. Indeed, new challenges face our ability to detoxify on a daily basis in terms of new products to which we are exposed, and even the water we drink. Today on the program I speak with Dr. Aly Cohen who has written a wonderful book entitled Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World along with her co-author Frederick S. vom Saal, PhD. Here's more about the authors: Dr. Aly Cohen is a board-certified rheumatologist and integrative medicine specialist, as well as an environmental health expert in Princeton, New Jersey. She has collaborated with the Environmental Working Group, Cancer Schmancer, and other disease-prevention organizations, and is coeditor of the textbook Integrative Environmental Medicine, part of the Oxford University Press Weil Integrative Medicine Library. In 2015, she created TheSmartHuman.com to share environmental health, disease prevention, and wellness information with the public. Dr. Fred vom Saal is a Curators' Distinguished Professor of Biology at the University of Missouri-Columbia. After college he taught biology as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Somalia and after the revolution there, he also taught in Kenya and then Paris before entering graduate school. Dr. vom Saal has published over 240 articles and reviews on his research. He has served on the editorial boards of numerous scientific journals and federal research review panels both in the United States and abroad. I am so delighted to share this very empowering information with all of you today on the program. ==== Dr. Aly Cohen is a board-certified Rheumatologist and Integrative Medicine Specialist, as well as an environmental health expert in Princeton, New Jersey. She has collaborated with the Environmental Working Group, Cancer Schmancer, and other disease-prevention organizations, and is coeditor of the textbook Integrative Environmental Medicine, part of the Oxford University Press Weil Integrative Medicine Library. In 2015, she created TheSmartHuman.com to share environmental health, disease prevention, and wellness information with the public. Dr. Cohen is working to integrate environmental health information into high school curricula nationwide. Her TEDx talk on her mission can be found on YouTube. Dr. Aly Cohen's TEDx talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSCeP0hyuTI http://www.TheSmartHuman.com www.AlyCohenMD.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/aly-cohen-md-facr-0b570749/ https://www.facebook.com/TheSmartHuman/ https://twitter.com/thesmarthuman https://www.instagram.com/thesmarthuman/
Dairy farmer Ed Payne joins Emma-Louise Coffey on this week's Dairy Edge podcast to explain how the work-life balance he has created in his dairy farm business allows him to train and compete in ultramarathons. Firstly, Ed gives an update on the dairy farm business, milking 550 cows across the two dairy platforms with family labour, 3 full-time labour units as well as relief staff and he explains the thinking behind switching from OAD to TAD milking on the 2nd milking platform. Ed reflects on the necessity to get off the farm to allow for family time and time for hobbies. In recent years, he has looked to facilitate his interest in physical activity within his means and has taken up long distance running, which has culminated in Ed completing events such as 200km in 24 hours around county Roscommon. Ed credits his time away from the farm as a mental break and an opportunity to solve problems that arise within the farm gate. For more episodes from the Dairy Edge podcast go to the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/dairy/the-dairy-edge-podcast/ The Dairy Edge is a co-production with LastCastMedia.com
Fearless Agent Coach & Founder Bob Loeffler shares his Secrets on Prospecting for Listings as a Fearless Agent and how to Ask Questions the right way! 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! 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 Coaching Spin Selling See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As the looming threat of the climate crisis worsens and the world continues to endure the devastation of Covid-19, industries across the globe have had to pivot. ‘Pivot' entered our daily vernacular during the onset of the pandemic, but discussions around efficiency and equity continually deepen and evolve. This week on Meat and Three we're resurfacing conversations that rethink our food system, reimagine hospitality, and aim to rebuild the restaurant industry. Plus, we look at the rebirth of bar pizza!Further Reading and Listening:Read Joe Fassler's article about regenerative agriculture for The Counter here.Inside Julia's Kitchen: This episode featured Episode 134: Meet Nina Compton. Follow Inside Julia's Kitchen wherever you get your podcasts. (Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS)U Look Hungry: This episode featured Episode 59: Rebuilding After the Hurricane with Donald Link. Listen to more from the archived show U Look Hungry on HRN's website.Opening Soon: This episode featured Episode 82: A New Kind of Hospitality Community Space with Libby Willis of KIT. Follow Opening Soon wherever you get your podcasts. (Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS) The Big Food Question: This episode featured Episode 44: What is Regenerative Agriculture, Really? Follow The Big Food Question wherever you get your podcasts. (Apple Podcast | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS)Pizza Quest: This episode featured Episode 12: The Pizza Yodis Return with Adam Kuban to Make Bar Pizza. Follow Pizza Quest wherever you get your podcasts. (Apple Podcast | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS)Keep Meat and Three on the air: become an HRN Member today! Go to heritageradionetwork.org/donate. Meat and Three is powered by Simplecast.
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We hear reaction to the Government's solution to the current problems facing pig farmers: 6 month visas for foreign butchers. Farming unions had called for a 12 month 'Covid recovery visa' to allow more workers from abroad into jobs in the food supply chain, or for the Government to relax language rules for foreign butchers working here, but all that was rejected in favour of temporary visas. This week Radio 4 dedicated a day to the scientist. As part of that Anna Hill went to the Research Park in Norwich to hear about the latest in agri-science innovations. The National Trust and Forestry Commission say they are considering what to do with the bans on trail hunting on their land, following the conviction of the Director of the Master of Foxhounds Association for encouraging and assisting people to evade the ban on fox hunting. Presented by Charlotte Smith and produced by Beatrice Fenton.
This episode features Blake Cothron. 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/
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