Author, businesswoman, daughter, friend, no matter the title… Adrea's worn it! In this special two-part series, Dan'l interviews her long-time friend, Adrea L. Peters, about her rich journey taking the high ground in life. Because Adrea lives life to the fullest and finds excitement at every one of life's turns, she's found the balance of combining art and science and using both parts of her brain to support her self-discovery journey. Tune in to this week's and next week's episodes to get to know this powerhouse of a human and be inspired by her story!Show Notes: Does your website need a facelift for 2023? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll make sure your website is set up for success in the year ahead.Remembering The Gates exhibit – NYC ParksAnatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing book – Caroline MyssMeet Adrea L PetersBecoming Truitt Skye book – Adrea L. PetersFollow the podcast:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/selfsmarterpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selfsmarterpodcast/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/self-smarter-podcast/about/Rate the Self Smarter Podcast on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review to help us improve our content.Advertise on the Self Smarter Podcast to reach our audience of business leaders via email@example.com.
This six-foot fully-autonomous Solix robot might draw a crowd next year, especially if you slap a deer stand on it! On this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies, Sal Sama and Ryan Priest are joined in the studio by Taylor Wetli who is the U.S. Sales and Business Development Manager at Solinftec. Taylor grew up on a farm in Indiana and has always had an interest in agriculture technology. For the last four years, he's been working for Solinftec, a high tech company focused on building technology for agriculture.You'll learn more about Solinftec's ability to be utilized as an asset management tool for an entire fleet to be able to get across the most acres. You'll also hear about the Solix spray robots that Premier has coming from Solinftec in 2023 and how those solar powered robots are able to scout and detect weeds and apply the spray in those locations at the same time. You'll also hear more about some of the tools that will be added to the robot in the future. It's just the tip of the iceberg for Solix!
Dairy Skim is a new bite-size episode series where HighGround's Eric Meyer and Lucas Fuess break down the latest USDA Dairy data release. Website: highgrounddairy.com Twitter: twitter.com/HighGroundDairy Free trial request form: highgrounddairy.com/free-trial
Dairy Skim is a new bite-size episode series where HighGround's Eric Meyer and Lucas Fuess break down the latest USDA Dairy data release. Website: highgrounddairy.com Twitter: twitter.com/HighGroundDairy Free trial request form: highgrounddairy.com/free-trial
“A lot of times, we let the little things feel like they're really big things, and as a company, as a country, as a community, we've got a lot to be thankful for.” Sal Sama and Ryan Priest are loners in the podcast room on this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies, but you'll still get to hear from a lot of different employees.Sal, Ryan, and the team spent some time reflecting on the last year, and how the company has been able to do well despite the labor challenges and supply constraints. Take a moment and join us in reflecting over the last 11 months and counting your blessings!
What do GloFish, the Impossible Burger, and seedless blackberries have in common? Dr. Plaut knows! Sal Sama and Ryan Priest are joined by Dr. Karen Plaut on this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies to demystify GMOs. Dr. Plaut is the Dean of Agriculture at Purdue University and has her PhD in Animal Science from Cornell University. She's been at Purdue since 2010 and has been the Dean since 2017.Karen, Sal, and Ryan give a crash course on GMOs including sharing information on the history of GMO crops and their regulations. They'll also discuss miscommunication and marketing surrounding GMOs, and why proper labeling matters. Dr. Plaut provides insight into the various ways GMOs have contributed to increased yield, crop protection, and how gene editing has impacted the farming industry in positive ways. She also shares how some of the gene editing technology is modifying food to provide even more health benefits. “It's an exciting time to be in the industry and see how these technologies can help us.”
This week saw voters head to the polls Nov. 8 for the 2022 midterm elections. And days later, ballots are still being counted in races too close to call, like many of those here in Arizona. To discuss this and more, The Show spoke with Chuck Coughlin of HighGround and attorney Tom Ryan.
As the old saying says, “You plant in the dust, and the bins will bust.” Returning guest, Glenn Longabaugh, stopped out in the field to join hosts Sal Sama and Ryan Priest for this episode of The High Ground powered by Premier Companies. Glenn is the podcast's resident agronomist from Winfield Solutions, and he's here to share his knowledge and more memorable one-liners even though he doesn't have his own caricature.Glenn, Sal, and Ryan cover a variety of topics on this episode including the surprising benefits of the current drought conditions, drilling wheat, soil testing, and utilizing lime on fields during this time. Glenn sheds light on the science behind the lime recommendations for soil, the challenges of taking soil samples during a drought, and his recommendations for handling application without a soil sample. This is another episode you're not going to want to miss!
Welcome back to Let's Chat Markets by HighGround Dairy! HighGround's Eric Meyer joins Alyssa Badger to discuss this week in dairy, including the recent butter markets and a bearish GDT auction. Don't forget to subscribe to hear next week's episode! Website: highgrounddairy.com Twitter: twitter.com/HighGroundDairy Free trial request form: highgrounddairy.com/free-trial
“I would buy the beans from you, and this is the price I would pay for them, but I can't.” What in the world is going on when it comes to moving this harvest? On this episode of the High Ground, Powered by Premier Companies, Sal Sama and Ryan Priest are joined by returning guest, Aaron Bledsoe. As the grain merchandiser for Premier Companies, he's been in the thick of it with the harvest.Aaron, Sal, and Ryan will shed light on a variety of hot topics including what's happening on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, potential issues with the rails, and why grain elevators are backing up. Aaron gives advice about locking in bids, sheds light on what needs to happen to fix the river issues, and shares an update on the local harvest. Aaron will also also explain what the basis means, what's happening now, and where it's going. If you're wondering what to do with your corn and beans and when you should pull the trigger on getting rid of them, you don't want to miss this episode!
This week saw accusations of voter intimidation as Arizona's early voting continues. And there's confusion over how Cochise County intends to follow state law in its ballot-counting efforts. To discuss these happenings and more, The Show spoke with Paul Bentz of HighGround and Chad Campbell of Lumen Strategies.
“When your owners are your customers, you get special treatment.” On this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies, Ryan Priest and Sal Sama are joined by two special guests, Mark Canary and Brad Chesnek to dig into the global supply chain disruptions. As the VP of Crop Protection and Seed at Premier Companies, Mark has been asking to join the podcast for the last 50 episodes, and he's thrilled to be here. Brad is not the Vice President of Chemistry Across the Whole Country, but he IS the Field Marketing Director at Winfield United, so these two guests are uniquely positioned to shine some light on these topics. Ryan, Sal, Mark, and Brad shine light on how reliance on tech from overseas, port issues, droughts, and even the Olympics have driven the cost of goods up over the last year. Adding insult to injury, there has been a shortage of drivers, plant breakdowns, and chemical shortages. Mark shares some of the challenges Premier Companies faced last year with regard to supply, allocations, and pricing and how they were still able to take care of their growers through it all.
Katie (@realslimkatie) and Naomi (@naomicalhoun) are back to discuss episodes 6 and 7 of the new Star Wars Disney+ series: Andor. They cover the heist, the direct circumstances, and this new gritty, amazing version of live action Star Wars. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Joe Molloy was joined by journalist Dan McDonnell to reflect on the domestic football scene in Ireland on Tuesday's Football Show. The Telegraph's Kate Rowan also joined Joe to discuss Chelsea F. C. Women manager Emma Hayes, endometriosis and a possible landmark moment. Football is in association with Sky
New polling from HighGround shows Katie Hobbs leading Kari Lake in votes by at least 1%, how are voters reacting without a proper debate between the two?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Thinking about getting into livestock? Ryan Batt, Facility Manager at United Producers, joins Sal Sama and Ryan Priest on this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies. Ryan spent his childhood in the FFA, got his ag degree from Vincennes, and has been with United Producers for the last 22 years. As one of the nation's largest livestock marketing operations, United Producers is a co-op that moves about three million head of livestock every year. On this episode of The High Ground, you'll learn more about the livestock Little York can sell including cattle, horses, sheep, and hogs, and what happens to the livestock after they're purchased. Ryan explains how the process works, how the auctions flow, and the basics on animal safety. The livestock industry is not immune to the pressure of the labor market and trucking industry, and you'll also hear how that has to be taken into consideration, especially with regard to animal safety.
The stars move still, time runs, the clock will strike... In this, the final episode of I Have The High Ground, it is time to answer the age old question - who has the high ground? Will love remain an option, or is it doomed to become naught more than a relic of the past? I Have the High Ground is written by Jess Levine (@jessfromonline). Get into a tense standoff of your own at https://jessfromonline.itch.io/ihthg, or see her other work at https://jessfrom.online/. Music by 8er41 on Pixabay. Just Roll With It: https://linktr.ee/rollwithitap Peter: https://linktr.ee/prcargill Kelsey: https://linktr.ee/islanderscaper Kori: https://linktr.ee/koriklinzing
Fire and Pod is back this week, with a "The High Ground" crossover episode! Katie (@realslimkatei) is joined by her High Ground counterpart, Naomi (@naomicalhoun) and frequent High Ground guest Matt (@mattnicolae). They'll be breaking down everything about episode 8, Katie will eulogize her favorite king, and they'll be giving their predictions on what's yet to come. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A new poll shows independent voters leaning toward voting for Kari Lake, rather than Katie Hobbs. Paul Bentz says that's the first time he's heard that trend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you a grower considering trying out a new product, but you're worried about the learning curve? You might want to consider Winfield United's Advanced Acre Rx plan. On this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies, Sal Sama and Ryan Priest are joined by Eric Kennedy, the Services Manager at WinField United. He has been with Winfield United for 12 years. Eric, Ryan, and Sal cover WinField United's Advanced Acre Rx systems approach, which is a data-backed warranty offer based on the data they've gleaned from the Answer Plot program. Because of that research and data-collecting, WinField United's program is able to simultaneously shorten the learning curve with a new product and lessen the risk of trying it out with that warranty piece.
How many jugs of cheese balls does Premier Companies need for a company retreat? Sal Sama and Ryan Priest are joined by Eric Hoene to answer that question and more on this episode of The High Ground powered by Premier Companies. Eric is the Branch Manager at the Cortland, Indiana fertilizer plant, and he has been working for the Jackson-Jennings Co-op and Premier Ag for 27 years. In addition to a lot of knowledge and experience, he's got a lot of good stories about Ryan.On this episode of the High Ground, Eric, Sal, and Ryan touch on everything from staffing challenges to the complexities that are present in the fertilizer application process, and the ways multiple branches are able to partner to ensure the growers get what they need when they need it. You'll also hear more about the wide array of perks that are present with a company like Premier Companies including a trip to Dale Hollow Lake!
Katie (@realslimkatie) and Naomi (@naomicalhoun) are BACK to check in at the mid-season mark of the new Disney+ series, Andor. They'll recap the themes from episodes 1-5, and give their overall thoughts on the season thus far, and where they hope it goes from here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome back to Let's Chat Markets by HighGround Dairy! HighGround analyst, Lucas Fuess, discusses this week in dairy. Don't forget to subscribe to hear next week's episode! Website: highgrounddairy.com Twitter: twitter.com/HighGroundDairy Free trial request form: highgrounddairy.com/free-trial
Vampire deer, toxins, and mummy worms, oh my! There's no one better to teach us about them than Glenn! Glenn Longabaugh is back in the studio to join Sal Sama and Ryan Priest for another episode of The High Ground powered by Premier Companies! Glenn is not only an agronomist at WinField Solutions, but he's also a hunter of vampire mule deer and a legend who is unafraid of big kitties.In addition to telling tales of his hunting adventures, Glenn will cover deep topics like mortality, and volatile things like harvest. He's got a series of things to watch out for including the differences between hand-shelling and mechanically-shelling corn, corn ear worm damage, naturally-occuring toxins, and other nightmare-inducing topics. You're sure to learn a lot from this episode, and you'll laugh even more!
Sir Orfeo is a 1944 booklet which reproduces the text of the Middle English poem as edited and amended by J.R.R. Tolkien, together with an editorial note also by Tolkien. Tolkien's translation of it was later published in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Pearl and Sir Orfeo. Although the booklet does not identify Tolkien's editorship, a copy held by the Bodleian Library in Oxford includes a note in Tolkien's hand which states that it was prepared for a naval cadets' course in English that ran from 1943-1944. The number of copies printed is unknown, but was probably small. In his J.R.R. Tolkien: A Descriptive Bibliography, Wayne G. Hammond reported that "Five copies have been located." The lack of known copies of Sir Orfeo may be due in part to the fact that Tolkien is not recorded as editor, making it unlikely that many booksellers would identify the Tolkien connection. The poem is a Celtic retelling of the Ancient Greek myth of Orpheus, King of Thrace, who went to the Underworld (here the Otherworld) to save his wife Eurydice (Heurodis) from Hades (Fairy King). In 2004, the text of the 1944 Sir Orfeo was reprinted in Tolkien Studies: Volume 1, edited by Carl F. Hostetter. A musical rendition of the Middle English text: https://youtu.be/eaEiu10DS_4 A reading of the Middle English text: https://youtu.be/kllYoonQFXI --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/donavon-riley/support
By Jared Samuelson Bryan Clark rejoins the podcast to discuss his Hudson Institute report on what naval aviation can do to regain its edge as it eyes a nascent Chinese threat. Bryan is a Senior Fellow and Director, Center for Defense Concepts and Technology at Hudson Institute. Download Sea Control 383 – Regaining the High … Continue reading Sea Control 383 – Regaining the High Ground for Naval Aviation with Bryan Clark →
Links:1. Regaining the High Ground Against China: A Plan to Achieve US Naval Aviation Superiority This Decade, by Bryan Clark and Timothy A. Walton, Hudson Institute, April 2022. 2. Sea Control 204 - American Sea Power at a Crossroads with Bryan Clark and Tim Walton, CIMSEC, October 6, 2020.3. Sea Control 272 - Changing the Navy's Force Generation Model with Bryan Clark and Bryan McGrath, CIMSEC, September 2, 2021.
Are you already starting to think ahead to the 2023 buying season and curious what your options are to lock into interest rates and capitalize on discounts? Justin Moffitt and Nate Yagle join hosts Sal Sama and Ryan Priest in the studio on this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies to provide insight into those areas. Justin Moffitt is the Area Sales Manager for John Deere Financial and Nate Yagle is the Vice President of Credit for Premier Companies. Sal, Ryan, Justin, and Nate will chat about a variety of topics including the history of John Deere Financial, what types of options the John Deere Financial team offers, and what farmers can expect going into the 2023 buying season. In addition to elaborating on their bridge financing program, Justin will also explain more about their multi-use account and how it can be beneficial for purchasing chemicals, seed, parts, and more. Nate digs into interest rate predictions and options for financing and vendor programs, and you'll hear Sal date himself by talking about the Star Wars magic of receiving a fax. Get ready to laugh and learn on this episode of The High Ground
Have you ever wondered how we get the fertilizers that go on the fields? Wonder no more! On this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies, hosts Ryan Priest and Sal Sama are joined by Scott Sharp, Vice President of Crop Nutrients and Operations at Premier Companies. As someone who's been around Premier Companies in a variety of roles, he's able to provide quite a bit of insight into the crop nutrient process!Scott, Ryan, and Sal will touch on a variety of topics in this knowledge-packed episode including the various types of fertilizers, why the price for fertilizers is so volatile, and why you might be better off knowing nothing at all. You'll hear about how our neighbors up north make up the Canadian attic, how geo-political factors and supply affect the price volatility of fertilizer, and what it would take for the US to be self-sufficient in this area. You'll get all that and much more on today's episode of The High Ground!
Today's lesson: killing is bad. In case that's not clear to you, Dr. Beverly Crusher and her best friend Captain Johnny will explain it to you in painful, painful detail when they get embroiled in yet another society divided by bloodshed. After all the fun we had with the Acamarians and the Gatherers, with the Angosians and their exiled veterans, we get the Rutians and the Ansata. It seems the Ansata want their independence, and the Rutians are like all, not happening, brochacho. This leads to the IRA . . . Uhhh, that is, the Ansata waging a war of terrorism and chaos. When the Ansata kidnap Dr. Bev, things get tense and JLP gets cranky. The worried Wes works on cracking the case of the Ansata's ability to transport without a transporter while Riker works with the local authorities to try and rescue Bev. Then get ready for things to get knocked into 12th gear when a raid on the orbiting Enterprise nets the Ansata the ultimate prize prisoner--Captain Jean-Luc Picard! Shit just got real, my friends! Will The Enterprise crew be able to rescue the hostages? Will the Rutian society find a way to come together and stop the violence? Is Riker going to bang that Rutian cop or what? Find out in this exciting episode of ST:TNGeez, Not Another Star Trek Podcast!
Are you curious about the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) Report and recent crop tours? Would you like to speculate alongside Ryan and Sal? On this episode of The High Ground, powered by Premier Companies, hosts Ryan Priest and Sal Sama are joined by returning guest, Aaron Bledsoe. As the grain merchandiser for Premier Companies, Aaron is able to provide a unique perspective on all things grain-related.Aaron covers a variety of hot topics on this episode including the global and local outlook, the rollercoaster ride the beans have been on, and provides thoughts on differences between the Pro Farmer tour and the USDA reports. Aaron also tackles a massive string of “ifs” to discuss what the near term looks like and what it looks like to truly be a risk manager. “The reward is high, but it costs a lot to play this game.”
Since BTS is the biggest group, they have some of the biggest expectations placed on them by others to never make mistakes. But there are several reasons why this is an issue. Come join us as we discuss the problematic ways in which Kpop fans expect only BTS to be perfect all the time, and why that kind of thing is harmful to BTS and also just downright hypocritical.
There are a lot of reasons that people are talking about wheat going into next year. If you're a grower who hasn't put out wheat in a while, should you listen to the buzz around wheat due to the war in the European breadbasket? To dig in here, long-time participant in the podcast and resident agronomist, Glenn Longabaugh joins hosts Ryan Priest and Sal Sama in the podcast room for this episode of The High Ground powered by Premier Companies. Glenn explains the economics of wheat, double-cropping, and how double-cropping may be able to work for you but doesn't work for everyone. Glenn describes wheat as a “gentlemen's crop” with a steep husbandry learning curve that can result in a lot of cash flow if it's done right. Glenn will also dig into the fly-free date, 15-inch rows, and planning for the upcoming season. You'll also want to take wheat tillers, planting dates, and nitrogen usage into the equation. If you're remotely considering growing wheat, grab a pen and paper for this one!
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How do you know what your soil needs at any given time? You talk with Joe and his crew! Hosts Sal Sama and Ryan Priest are joined by Joe Zimmerman on this episode of The High Ground powered by Premier Companies. Joe is the TRAX Agronomy Lead for all of Premier and works out of the Seymour office. TRAX is Premier's precision ag division which enables growers to utilize data in a variety of areas including soil samples and nutrients, potential yields, crop protection products, seed treatment, and more. Joe explains how the process is started with a grower to determine how much fertilizer is needed, soil testing rotation, and equipment utilized in the testing process. He also describes a soil core and how it's utilized in the testing process in till and no-till fields. You'll also learn about variable rate testing, manure usage, and how data is used with account managers and growers to drive up yields. With the cost of inputs today, variable rate testing is something every grower should consider that can pay off in a huge way!
Is the two-pass program the right program? Returning guest, Glenn Longabaugh, joins hosts Ryan Priest and Sal Sama on today's episode of The High Ground powered by Premier Companies. Glenn has been a Regional Agronomist at WinField United since May, 2014, and is highly sought after as an educator and teacher. Ryan, Glenn, and Sal discuss a variety of topics on today's episode including timing of herbicide applications, alternatives to the two-pass program, and recipes for witches brews. Glenn digs in to the vulnerabilities of corn, prescriptive passes, residuals, and competitive intelligence. They'll also cover grower expectations and why we've not been as successful in recent years. You may want to grab a pen and paper for this one!