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The Michael Berry Show
Oil And Gas And Some Info On Our Pasture Party | AM Show Hr 2

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 33:37


Prosperity Homestead
Five Steps Transform Any Land Into Health Abundant Pasture

Prosperity Homestead

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 22:35


Establishing pasture can be a complex endeavor. There is an art and science of growing nutrients for animals. This episode is a simple introduction to pasture development that gets you started.The first choice is to determine if pasture is best for your land. Because you can turn something into a pasture doesn't mean it should be such. What are your goals?Meat calories per acre are higher than vegetable calories on the same land. Animals can thrive on land not suitable for vegetable crops. The secret is raising animals, so they only have one bad day. Mental and physical health is critical to humane animal husbandry. A quality pasture is heaven for grazing animals.Today's episode is about pasture for small animals. To learn more on this topic, consider reading more with these experts.* Joel Salatin is a farmer who raises chicken, beef, and pork on pasture. His farm uses rotational grazing to increase soil carbon and grass production.* Masanobu Fukuoka, a proponent of no-till, herbicide, and pesticide-free cultivation. He is known for his natural farming and re-vegetation of desertified land.* Allan Savory is a pioneer in regenerative agriculture. He shows how to increase grass density and soil health with mob grazing. Methods recover degraded land while capturing carbon.You don't need a ranch to benefit from pasture. Even with small livestock, how you manage land improves health conditions. Rotating animals from paddock to paddock requires observation, measurement, and care.To maximize the plenty of what your land can offer, join us at https://www.ProsperityHomestead.org/newsletter/

Seen & Herd
S3E35: The Skinny on PRF

Seen & Herd

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 22:14


This week, following the market update with Tiffany LaMendola, we're joined by Owen Feenstra of Ever.Ag to discuss the Pasture, Range, Forage (PRF) Program administered by USDA. Owen covers the basics of the program and how interested producers can work through the process of purchasing PRF Insurance. For more information on PRF or any of the services Ever.Ag provides to Dairy Producers, please reach out to Owen Feenstra at:ocf@ever.ag  or Tiffany LaMendola at: tlamendola@blimling.com or visit the Ever.Ag website: https://www.ever.ag/ .

Tack Box Talk
Protecting Pastures: The Story of how to keep your pastures alive when the weather doesn't cooperate

Tack Box Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 28:34


Laura Kenney, a member of the Equine Extension Team at Penn State University, joins us to discuss practical strategies to keep pastures alive during droughts and floods. We discuss how to handle weeds that still seem to survive and thrive, the potential use of cover crops, and how to approach renovation if needed.

In The Paddock
Wednesday Tec Talk: Measuring Pasture Growth

In The Paddock

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 7:52


In todays tec talk we discuss measuring pasture biomass in a paddock. Measuring pasture biomass is essential for determining how much feed on offer is in a paddock and how much feed is available when you're planning stocking rates and grazing rotations. We talk about pasture rulers and rising plate meters and how you can calibrate them to your pasture.

Ag PhD Radio on SiriusXM 147
09 14 22 Lawn and Pasture Spraying

Ag PhD Radio on SiriusXM 147

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 59:01


09 14 22 Lawn and Pasture Spraying by Ag PhD

Former Adventist
Nebuchadnezzar Put Out to Pasture—Daniel 4:19–37 | 174

Former Adventist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 39:58 Very Popular


Series: Daniel. Colleen and Nikki discuss Nebuchadnezzar being humbled by God by becoming a grazing beast for seven years—until he was able to recognize  the true King of Kings and look up and worship Him. (Music: Falling Awake © 2010 Nathanael Tinker. Used by permission.)Support the show

Progressive Dairy Podcast
Jack Mallonee: Managing an automated milking system on a pasture-based dairy and opportunities available for young people in dairy

Progressive Dairy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 28:19


In this episode of the Progressive Dairy podcast, host Kimmi Devaney talks with fourth-generation Washington dairy farmer Jack Mallonee about managing an automated milking system in a pasture-based system, opportunities available for young people interested in getting involved in the dairy industry, the ways automation has changed the way they manage the farm, facility upgrades and what they are doing differently to increase cow comfort, and more. Jack and his dad, Maynard, have a 60-cow organic dairy farm in southwest Washington.  Here is a breakdown of the episode: About the farm [~1:20]Dairy breeds [~2:35]Why they chose an automated milking system vs. traditional parlor [~3:55 ]Other automation on the farm [~4:42]How they incentivize cows out on pasture to visit the barn to be milked [~5:25]How the automated milking system has changed the way they manage the farm [~5:50]Utilizing data from automation in management decisions [~6:55]Managing robots in a pasture-based system [~8:40]Their greatest challenges with their automated milking system [~10:57]Preparing springers for the automated milking system prior to calving [~12:35]Advice for other grazing dairies considering adding an automated milking system [~13:45]Matching herd size with land base on an organic dairy [~15:25]Jack's inspiration to return to the farm after graduation [~16:40]Opportunities available for young people to get involved in the dairy industry [~17:15]How industry organizations can help young people make connections in the industry [~18:40]Facility upgrades [~20:18]Building barns for cow comfort [~21:10]Future goals [~22:50]Rapid fire questions [~25:10]

Oklahoma Farm & Ranch News with Ron Hays on RON (Radio Oklahoma Network)
Farm and Ranch News for September 13, 2022 with Ron Hays on RON

Oklahoma Farm & Ranch News with Ron Hays on RON (Radio Oklahoma Network)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022


Farm and Ranch News for Tuesday, September 13, 2022 In today's farm and ranch news, Ron Hays offers details on Governor Kevin Stitt invoking Oklahoma law to establish an Emergency Drought Commission- plus the corn and soybean surprise in the Septrember WASDE and Pasture and Range ratings from Crop Progress.

Market to Market - The MtoM Podcast
Kelly Nieuwenhuis is not close to heading out to pasture

Market to Market - The MtoM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 0:33


Outgoing chair of the Iowa Corn Promotion board discusses the state of the corn industry.

Off-Farm Income
OFI 1488: The For Sure Marker Of Fall On Our Farm

Off-Farm Income

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 33:21


Today is a farm update episode everyone.  I've got a ton of reasons to be both excited and thankful this fall, and I will be detailing them in this episode: We have our irrigation shut off date I am already feeding hay (with a caveat) My newly planted cover crop is coming up very well! More Places You Can Listen to Off-Farm Income And Matt Brechwald:  

AJ Daily
9-8-22 CAB Insider: corn basis factors; AFBF supports advancement of Doug McKalip for chief agricultural negotiator; NCBA urges Senate committee to pass Livestock Regulatory Protection Act; drought recovery forage options

AJ Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 4:49 Transcription Available


9-8-22 AJ DailyCAB Insider: Corn Basis FactorsAdapted from an article by Paul Dykstra, Certified Angus Beef LLC AFBF Supports Advancement of Doug McKalip for Chief Agricultural Negotiator Adapted from a release by the American Farm Bureau Federation NCBA Urges Senate Committee to Pass Livestock Regulatory Protection Act Adapted from a release by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Drought Recovery Forage Options Adapted from a release by the University of Missouri Extension Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal.  For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net. 

AJ Daily
9-7-22 Seven ways to avoid prussic acid poisoning after drought-time rains; Feeding Minds Press shares achievements of Norman Borlaug with next generation; avian influenza update; CAB Insider: market update

AJ Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 4:39 Transcription Available


9-7-22 AJ DailySeven Ways to Avoid Prussic Acid Poisoning After Drought-time RainsAdapted from a release by Marilyn Cummins, Noble Research Institute Feeding Minds Press Shares Achievements of Norman Borlaug With Next Generation Adapted from a release by American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture Avian Influenza Adapted from a release by Len Steiner, Steiner Consulting Group CAB Insider: Market UpdateAdapted from a release by Paul Dykstra, Certified Angus BeefCompiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net. 

Extension Calling
What's with all the Flooding?

Extension Calling

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 28:44


You may be wondering why you are hearing about severe floods so often. The simple answer is our weather patterns are changing. Listen in to learn about our changing weather patterns and how to be prepared for when the worst happens to you. 

Make Your Life Magnificent with Jackie + Mimi
Best of: Is Your Identity Tied Up In Your Job

Make Your Life Magnificent with Jackie + Mimi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 53:44


This week, Mimi and I are replaying the best of this year's episodes. Join us this week as we talk about losing your identity in your job and your title. If someone asked you, who are you… would you immediately start talking about your role at work, your business, or your overall career? Somehow this has become the norm.  Gen X women have lost their identity.  Our worth has gotten wrapped up in what we do professionally. We use the success of our career or business as a way to measure up. Here's the thing, we're so much more than what we do during our day. When we own our worth from who we are, not what we do we become unstoppable. In this episode, we're talking about why we've lost ourselves in our work and how to find our way back.  Download the Modern Gen X Woman Manifesto right here.In this episode, we're talking about… Why we've lost ourselves in our work How our brains use our titles and labels as a way to protect us Why it's a lazy way to make small talk How it takes on a bigger layer for women Our own personal stories with going from big jobs titles to “coaches” How your job title should and shouldn't tie into your self worth How to be ok with your identity shifting Ways to help you shift your perspective What to talk about, other than your job! Are you ready for a professional change? Schedule a 30-minute session with Jackie to get started. Mentioned in this episode: Putting the Workhorse Out to Pasture (podcast) How to Talk to Anyone  (book) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Google Podcast / Stitcher

Culinary Historians of Chicago
What Ewe Always Wanted to Know About Lamb Farming In The U.S.

Culinary Historians of Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 67:30


What Ewe Always Wanted to Know About Lamb Farming In The U.S. Presented by John and Sukey Jamison, owners, Jamison Farm, Latrobe, Pa. From Scott Warner, president, Culinary Historians of Chicago: As a kid, I was always hesitant when it came to eating lamb chops; too often they were greasy and usually had an unpleasant “lamby” taste. In the last few years however, the lamb chops I've been buying from my local grocery store have been meaty, juicy and non “lamby” tasting. But it wasn't until I met lamb farmers John and Sukey Jamison this past spring (at the International Association of Culinary Professionals Annual Conference in Pittsburgh), that I fully realized my new addiction to lamb chops was because I've now been eating grass-fed rather than corn-fed lamb. I had this lamb epiphany when I chatted with the Jamisons as they were signing copies of their recently published book, “Coyotes in the Pasture and Wolves at the Door.” This book of recipes and reminiscences tells how, in the early 80's, they became entranced with an old stone house in rural Pennsylvania. They wanted to buy it, but the owner, a farmer, wouldn't sell it without the 210 grassy acres it sat on. So they bought the house, acres and all, and became accidental lamb farmers to make use to make use of the land. The Jamison's developed a thriving mail order business, first selling to home cooks, with Sukey providing innovative lamb recipes. Their business greatly expanded when, in the early 90's, Chuck Williams of Williams Sonoma asked the Jamisons to be in their catalog. Word of their quality lamb also spread to our nation's top chefs, who ordered custom cuts. In Chicago alone, culinary icons like Charlie Trotter, Rick Bayless and Grant Achatz counted themselves as customers. And here's what Dan Barber, renowned chef/owner of New York's Blue Hill restaurant, says about the Jamisons: “John and Sukey broke the mold of modern agriculture. When everyone was heading towards mass production and uniformity, they looked to the past — to the great traditions of peasant farming. The flavor of their lamb speaks for itself.” Recorded via Zoom on August 24, 2022 CONNECT WITH CULINARY HISTORIANS OF CHICAGO ✔ MEMBERSHIP https://culinaryhistorians.org/membership/ ✔ EMAIL LIST http://culinaryhistorians.org/join-our-email-list/ ✔ S U B S C R I B E https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Y0-9lTi1-JYu22Bt4_-9w ✔ F A C E B O O K https://www.facebook.com/CulinaryHistoriansOfChicago ✔ PODCAST 2008 to Present https://culinaryhistorians.org/podcasts/ By Presenter https://culinaryhistorians.org/podcasts-by-presenter/ ✔ W E B S I T E https://www.CulinaryHistorians.org

Soil Health Labs
38 Biologist-Rancher Promotes Ranch Health with Prairie Dog Ecosystem

Soil Health Labs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 25:46


Dr. Shaun Grassel is a wildlife biologist who works out on the Lower Brule Indian Reservation's headquarters for the tribe's Department of Wildlife, Fish and Recreation.  In addition, Shaun has recently taken a more active role in managing his family land in Lower Brule. In this episode, we discuss Dr. Grassel's work with prairie dogs and the re-introduction of the black footed ferret, the natural predator of the prairie dog.  There is a wide range of attitudes toward prairie dogs amongst ranchers and how they deal with them, and Dr. Grassel discusses this in the podcast.  There is a very interesting part where he discusses the dynamic nature of prairie dog's interactions with their predators, black footed ferrets and their interactions with livestock. We are posting this as a special feature because we think this discussion, especially looking at re-introducing black footed ferrets into P-dog towns may be of interest to west river ranchers. Dr. Grassel can be reached at the Lower Brule Department of Wildlife, Fish and Recreation https://www.lowerbrulesiouxtribe.com/copy-of-enviromental-protection-office Dr. Shaun Grassel's Research Gate profile also provides one with an insight into his research interests https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shaun-Grassel Also please visit the SD NRCS Range and Pasture website for more information at: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/main/sd/technical/landuse/pasture/

The Casual Cattle Conversations Podcast
Effectively Fencing Leased Pasture

The Casual Cattle Conversations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 27:15


Kyler Beard and Liam Shaw explain their experiences and strategies when it comes to fencing leased pastures that cover large geographical areas to keep cattle in and fit your grazing needs. They cover what equipment works best and what fencing mistakes to avoid as you get started.    Listen: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/episodes  Watch: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdZHIY1ZKSEcPH0DsqB-QA  Read: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/readtheepisodes  Social Media: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cattleconvos  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cattleconvos/  Resources: https://am.gallagher.com/en-US        

Red Dirt Agronomy Podcast
Sorghum Trials and Preparing Hay & Pasture For Winter - RDA Episode 112

Red Dirt Agronomy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 55:23


Nathan Anderson Payne County Extension OfficeNPK Blog post - To bale or not to baleFALL SOIL HEALTH FIELD TRAININGThursday, September 1, 20228:30 a.m.OSU Agronomy Research StationFind resources for crops in the Southern Great Plains at RedDirtAgronomy.com.

Head Shepherd
Profit from pasture allocation with Tom Fraser

Head Shepherd

Play Episode Play 55 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 23:25


This week on the Head Shepherd podcast we have a guest from our recent event, the neXtgen Agri Muster. Tom Fraser is a scientist at AgResearch. Tom spoke at the muster about pasture allocation and making the most of your genetics. It was such a great talk we decided to get Tom on the podcast to share the knowledge with our podcast listeners. Tom talks about Body Condition Scoring and how "your hand is the cheapest tool you have".  Mark says "it's the most profitable thing you can do on a sheep farm".They also run through pasture quality throughout the year. Summer and early Autumn period is the time to consider the ME of the pasture, once they've started loosing quality. "We only have to worry about the quality of our pastures for about three months of the year" (in New Zealand), says Tom. The biggest driver of profit on a sheep farm is Kg of weaned lamb per Ha. "Wether that's done by high scanning, or high lactation growth rates, it's the way to make money," says Tom.Mark and Tom then run through the Muster and the general state of the Agriculture Industry. "There are some unbelievably capable exceptional farmers out there that are doing an magnificent job, and luckily, almost without exception, they want to share their knowledge" says Tom.

AJ Daily
8-19-22 Planning for winter; range and pasture conditions; Beef Reproductive Management Conference Aug. 30-31 in San Antonio

AJ Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 4:57


8-19-22 AJ DailyWant to Make it Through Winter? Plan NowAdapted from an article by Paul Beck, Oklahoma State University Extension Range and Pasture Conditions Adapted from a report by Len Steiner, Steiner Consulting Group Beef Reproductive Management Conference Aug. 30-31 in San Antonio Adapted from a release by Susan Himes, Texas A&M AgriLife Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net. 

Ask Carson James
Is Your Horse Better Off In A Stall Or In The Pasture?

Ask Carson James

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 11:34 Very Popular


Should you stall your horse or keep them in the pasture? The purpose of this podcast is not to pass judgment, but simply to explore the advantages and disadvantages of the possible scenarios. Get more horse training at http://carsonjames.com

Farming Today
15/08/22 Broccoli crop at risk after water abstraction ban; thin pasture for cows; sheep

Farming Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 11:31


Farmers in Fife, a prime location for growing vegetables and soft fruit, have had to stop using water from the catchment of the River Eden to irrigate their crops. The National Farmers' Union of Scotland calls it “a devastating blow for vegetable growers.” We hear from a grower who says it'll put his broccoli crop at risk. Some cattle farmers are finding the grass is so dry and thin, there's just not enough nutrition in it to feed their livestock which means many have been already forced to break into their winter feed stocks, even in the famously lush fields of the West country. And we kick-off our week focusing on sheep with a specialist from SAC Consulting, Kirsten Williams. The sheep industry was worth around £1.3 billion in 2020, according to the National Sheep Association, it's a mainstay of British farming and it's facing challenges aplenty. Presented by Caz Graham and produced by Beatrice Fenton.

Genuine JBH
FOR SALE- INCREDIBLE SHOW CATTLE ACREAGE....Complete with Home, Barns and Pasture

Genuine JBH

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 4:37


View the property HERE!  Want to learn more about advertising with the Genuine JBH Podcast?  Contact Lakyn Today! Lakyn Lind- Director of Marketing & Sales P. 507-450-9541 Like listening to the GJBH Podcast? Head on over to our website genuinejbh.com and be sure to check out our NEW GJBH gear!! Check out our Sister Podcast- THE BRAND CHAMPION MARKETING NETWORK Join the GJBH Facebook or Instagram Community! Add Brad on Snapchat: @jbradley7434 

Off the Edge
Side Quest #38

Off the Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 41:39


End of Summer Bash III goes down September 10th at My Place in Cherryvale, KS. This is a ten band event starting at 1pm featuring: Flowsion, Galaxia, EdgeOverEdge, Diabolical Orange Monkey, Ghost in the Atlantic, Rage Is My Rival, Soupman, Project Revolution, Splitting Emily, and Friendly Fire We give a huge "thank you" to the following sponsors. Please consider patronizing these fine businesses and make their support worth while. Newton's True Value, USA Gun Bunker, Battle Made Clothing Co, Cherry Bowl Lanes, B&L Trenching, Cherryvale Fitness, G&W Foods, Shattered Souls Haunted Attraction, Heckman Dental, Wrong Kind of Podcast, Southeast Kansas Eye Care, ABJ's Cruiser Cafe, Barney's Party in the Pasture, Ashcraft Tire, Cook's Delights, Hock or Shop, High Road Coffee Roasters, Indy Nutrition, The Stash, Aflac, Sawyer's Fine Wine and Spirits, The Loft Tattoo Studio, Best Beverage, and The Cut Above. Tate's Tater Truck and Luna's Kitchen will have food for sale at the event. Get amazing deals while you support the band and this podcast: https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/ Use promo code OFFTHEEDGE15 for 15% off your order! https://eargasmearplugs.com/ Use promo code HIGH FIDELITY for 10% off your order --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Head Shepherd
Utilising your genetic horsepower with Rob Bell

Head Shepherd

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 33:20


This week on the Head Shepherd podcast we have Rob Bell, Co founder and CTO at ProAgni and CEO and Principle Consultant at Formula Ag. Which Ferg translates to "knowing a lot about nutrition."On this episode we're focusing on weaning, a process not too far away in parts of Australia. Rob initially started off as an agronomist in the cotton industry but the droughts soon led to a change of career.  One thing that really struck him was that regardless of what happened, even in the worst draughts, livestock farmers still had an asset at the end. Whereas in the cropping game if you put a seed in the ground, and it didn't' germinate, you had nothing. So for the past 16 years Rob has been finding his feet as a consultant in the mixed farming game. Rob says it was really a case of taking the lessons learned within the cotton industry and implementing them into a livestock business.Six years ago ProAgni was born after a luck meeting with a ruminant microbiologist in Queensland led to an opportunity of creating something pretty outstanding in terms of antibiotic resistance and removing those challenges from the livestock industry. The past 6 years have been an interesting journey of turning relatively complex science into a commercial reality.Mark and Rob discuss the process of weaning and how it shouldn't be an event, but rather a processRob breaks weaning down into three parts.1. The physical process of weaning- what processes can we put in place to minimise stress on animals and management?2. Pasture management-  we reduce 40% of our energy requirements on the farm at weaning which means we can built a feed reserve.3. Economic- what do those three or four extra weeks of growth and grass banking mean at the other end of the business?Rob speaks of the benefits getting young lambs well educated to high quality feed prior to weaning to reduce shock post weaning. Understanding the physical AND mental transitions the lambs are going through means it's less stressful for everyone. The conversation then leads to discussing the ruminants gut biome and how sheep should be thought of as small fermentation chambers rather than grass digesters. This is important to know because when you wean lambs you are changing them from essentially a monogastric to a ruminant. This process requires good management and an understanding of the process internally in a lamb. This podcast is full of more facts and information than you could possibly want on weaning and the biology behind the animals you farm.If you'd like to get in touch with Rob, or find out more about ProAgni https://proagni.com/products/sheep/prowean/robert@formulaag.com.au

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
8-11-22 Hour 1: Golf at the Goat Pasture, SEC Football, Championship Ring Etiquette

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 50:56


Bo and Blake talk SEC football and championship ring etiquette in the first hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys start the day having fun talking about Bo's guard dog Rex and how Blake used to play golf at the goat pasture known as Sonny Guy. Bo gives his thoughts on comments from Alabama insider Ryan Fowler that this year's Crimson Tide team might be the best Nick Saban has had in Tuscaloosa. The guys look at some of their schedule this year, including getting to travel to Austin to take on former Saban assistant Steve Sarkisian and Texas. Bo gets into some NFL discussion as the guys take a look at some of the most volatile quarterback rooms around the league. The guys talk about championship rings and when you should or shouldn't wear them in life. From high school state championships to Super Bowl rings, Bo and Blake debate what proper ring etiquette is with insight from listeners. Blake brings up some interesting names that are known for wearing title rings, and Bo weighs in on whether or not Mr. Ranch Dressing, Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett IV, should be repping his championship ring on a daily basis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Off the Edge
Side Quest #37

Off the Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:16


End of Summer Bash III goes down September 10th at My Place in Cherryvale, KS. This is a ten band event starting at 1pm featuring: Flowsion, Galaxia, EdgeOverEdge, Diabolical Orange Monkey, Ghost in the Atlantic, Rage Is My Rival, Soupman, Project Revolution, Splitting Emily, and Friendly Fire We give a huge "thank you" to the following sponsors. Please consider patronizing these fine businesses and make their support worth while. Newton's True Value, USA Gun Bunker, Battle Made Clothing Co, Cherry Bowl Lanes, B&L Trenching, Cherryvale Fitness, G&W Foods, Shattered Souls Haunted Attraction, Heckman Dental, Wrong Kind of Podcast, Southeast Kansas Eye Care, ABJ's Cruiser Cafe, Barney's Party in the Pasture, Ashcraft Tire, Cook's Delights, Hock or Shop, High Road Coffee Roasters, Indy Nutrition, The Stash, Aflac, Sawyer's Fine Wine and Spirits, The Loft Tattoo Studio, Best Beverage, and The Cut Above. Tate's Tater Truck and Luna's Kitchen will have food for sale at the event. Get amazing deals while you support the band and this podcast: https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/ Use promo code OFFTHEEDGE15 for 15% off your order! https://eargasmearplugs.com/ Use promo code HIGH FIDELITY for 10% off your order --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

UNL BeefWatch
Late Season Pasture Fly Control

UNL BeefWatch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:34


Sorting Pen: The California Cattleman Podcast
S2 E16: Sorting through PRF Insurance and 1 Year of Sorting Pen

Sorting Pen: The California Cattleman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 18:46


August marks one year of Sorting Pen! Listen to our 27th episode to hear WSR's Matt Griffith explain what you need to know about the Pasture, Rangeland & Forage (PRF) Insurance product. Stay tuned in to the end of the episode for a look at what's to come on this podcast in the weeks ahead.

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 603 - Homestead Happenings for Aug 5, 2022

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 64:57 Very Popular


Today we catch up on 2 weeks of homestead updates, discuss a sick lamb, produce overwhelm, and more. Forage Echinacea flower and leaves (Discuss root harvest) Fodder trees Creek mint Goldenrod Elderberry Livestock The story of the sick sheep (Vet, etc) Baby duck Muscovys are free ranging The molt When sheeps get feisty Pigs and pond LGD Grow Success with zucchini (duck factor) Round 2 of beans, hoping for a third Pasture veggies 55 lbs tomatoes so far (Duck factor) WEEDS Holler Neighbors/Community KH stayed home from swale - seeking a homestead sitter to work with over time 1st Airbnb renter comes from our community Story of connections and housing Infrastructure Water system failure Finances Spent money on a vet Swale workshop broke even - There will be a training video from the class to hopefully recoup time Membership Plug Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. It makes a great Christmas Gift! Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

The Future Paralegals of America: News Channel

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BetweenTheBeachesPodcast
108. Poetry From The Pasture: American Values and Cowboy Ethics

BetweenTheBeachesPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 43:15


Grab a seat, relax, and escape the daily grind while listening to the sounds of a summer day on a Florida ranch as I share some cowboy poetry with powerful messages from Red Steagall and Baxter Black.

Investing in Regenerative Agriculture
180 Federico Romeri on disrupting the €7,5B Italian CAFO factory farmed beef market

Investing in Regenerative Agriculture

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 50:49


A conversation with Federico Romeri, founder of Pascol, to dive deep into the beef market in Italy and how to move it from CAFO factory farming to a regenerative one.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/federico-romeri.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------Everyone knows the animal protein market has to be disrupted massively and maybe, most of all, the beef market. Take for instance Italy where 85% of beef comes from factory farms, which means inside with a lot of inputs and horrible animal welfare practices plus, of course, the negative health outcomes for those who consume that meat. Plus 50% of the total beef consumption is imported. Saying that this should change is easy, but how do you actually do that? How do you build a supply chain or web from the ground up b2c and b2b and how do you work with the supermarket chains to get your products in front of more people?For feedback, ideas, suggestions please contact us through Twitter @KoenvanSeijen, or get in touch through the website www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.com. Join our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P. The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice.Support the show Support the show

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Mid-morning Ag News, August 1, 2022: North Dakota's pasture conditions improve from 2021

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 2:27


USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, looks at notable state pasture and rangeland conditions for the week ending July 24th.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Southern Soil Podcast
Happy Cows: a conversation with Hart Dairy founding farmer, Dr. Richard Watson on year-round, pasture-based dairy farming and why that's so revolutionary (Season 2: Episode 7)

The Southern Soil Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 70:17


Thanks for joining me for today's episode with Hart Dairy founding farmer, Dr. Richard Watson. Hart Dairy is headquartered out of Waynesboro Georgia and they are, in many ways, setting an example as to how sustainable grass-based dairy farming can be done on a large scale here in the US. As you'll pick up quickly from his accent, Richard ain't from around here … but he has been living and working in Georgia and other parts of the Southern US for many years … bringing with him knowledge and training from his home country of New Zealand where all animal agriculture is primarily grass and pasture based. I hope you'll listen to this conversation because I think … regardless of your role in the food community … you'll get something out of it. Just a little explanation on what you'll be hearing … the first part of this conversation takes place as Richard is driving me around the farm … initially I was intending to use this part of the interview for the article I'll be writing for the upcoming issue of Southern Soil, but once we got rolling I felt like Richard did such a great job of clearly and concisely explaining the reasons that the dairy industry is largely a confined animal operation with corn as integral part of the diet … I asked if we include the interview in it's entirety as the podcast. So, through this conversation… you'll ride along with in the truck and then we'll move out into the pasture and hang out with the girls for the remainder… you will cows moving around and eating and there is a recurring mechanical sound from the central pivot which was nearby. It's early enough in the morning there's still a bit of a coolish tiny breeze… the grass is green, the sky is blue and the cows are happy. Topics include: Confined feeding for cattle - why it's the dominant model in the US for dairy farms Benefits of grazing cattle on pasture all year Cows and climate change - are cows the problem or can they can be part of the solution? Thank you to all of our amazing sponsors who make it possible to share conversations like this one! Please take a moment to visit their websites. Morning Belle Farms Chelsea Green Publishing Savannah Hydroponics and Organics --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/southernsoil/message

Off the Edge
Side Quest #36

Off the Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 39:18


End of Summer Bash III goes down September 10th at My Place in Cherryvale, KS. This is a ten band event starting at 1pm featuring: Flowsion, Galaxia, EdgeOverEdge, Diabolical Orange Monkey, Ghost in the Atlantic, Rage Is My Rival, Soupman, Project Revolution, Splitting Emily, and Friendly Fire We give a huge "thank you" to the following sponsors. Please consider patronizing these fine businesses and make their support worth while. Newton's True Value, USA Gun Bunker, Battle Made Clothing Co, Cherry Bowl Lanes, B&L Trenching, Cherryvale Fitness, G&W Foods, Shattered Souls Haunted Attraction, Heckman Dental, Wrong Kind of Podcast, Southeast Kansas Eye Care, ABJ's Cruiser Cafe, Barney's Party in the Pasture, Ashcraft Tire, Cook's Delights, Hock or Shop, High Road Coffee Roasters, Indy Nutrition, The Stash, Aflac, Sawyer's Fine Wine and Spirits, The Loft Tattoo Studio, Best Beverage, and The Cut Above. Tate's Tater Truck and Luna's Kitchen will have food for sale at the event. Get amazing deals while you support the band and this podcast: https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/ Use promo code OFFTHEEDGE15 for 15% off your order! https://eargasmearplugs.com/ Use promo code HIGH FIDELITY for 10% off your order --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The mega power hour with captain and Jrock

VKM stepping down from wwe captain plays this or that AEW news and weird news stories

Extension Calling
Hay, how well do your grasses grow?

Extension Calling

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 24:16


Turf, Pasture, and Hay all have a heavy grass component. Keeping that grass healthy means keeping the soil healthy. More nutrients in the soil lead to healthier and more nutritious grasses, and they'll be more resistant to disease and drought. 

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 597 - Homestead Happenings for 7/22/2022

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 50:29


Today we talk about a hurt sheep foot, hogs, garden production, new babies on the homestead, preparing for the dog days, and more… Open House (As seen in the monthly newsletter) Canning Workshop Sunday at 4pm (https://livefree.academy/checkouts/how-to-pressure-can-beef-with-nicole-sauce/?ref=52) Forage Mullein seeds Dill seeds Many herbs and spices Livestock Ear mite update Sheep are in their “final” home base 2 baby ducks Henry's foot LB is up for sale Pig pasture update Dog conflict update Grow Eating 100% from the garden this week AND disappointed with output - next steps 10 pounds tomatoes Second round of green beans re up - and fragile Shade cloth needed Update on the  Pasture veggies Saving seeds Herdshare Holler Neighbors/Community Kh is doing better Basecamp Update - on Airbnb now: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/675911235487058406 Zello as a homesteading tool - sheep incident Mike L needs help this weekend clearing downed trees from the Wednesday storm near Jamestown - see Mewe for details Infrastructure Battery operated sheep fence (Primashock 4 - https://www.premier1supplies.com/p/primashock-4-fence-energizers-kits?cat_id=245&option_id%5B0%5D=78) Changing storage plan with the basecamp basement in mind New hole in the pond Finances No need to buy food Membership Plug Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. It makes a great Christmas Gift! Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

Rethink Sales Podcast
44: Freative Friday - Why Hunters and Farmers Are Put Out to Pasture

Rethink Sales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 4:41


In this week's Freative Friday episode, Mark discusses the hunter and farmer analogy in sales roles, and dives into another analogy for sales people. Connect with us on LinkedIn! SalesGlobe: https://bit.ly/2YOH9NT Mark Donnolo: https://bit.ly/2ZkQbRO

Naturally Nourished
Episode 301: Can Cured Meat be Healthy with Anthony and Kaz Pedonesi of The Salumeria

Naturally Nourished

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 70:40


Can cured meat, more specifically salami, possibly be healthy? What should you look for when selecting cured meat? How often can you eat it? Tune in to hear us answer these questions and more in this interview with Anthony and Kazmira Pedonesi of The Salumeria.    The Salumeria provides the most nutritious pork based protein in the form of salumi. Their hogs are peacefully grazing on a 250-acre pasture in Rockdale, Texas. In this episode, you will learn how Anthony has carried on a family tradition while shifting to regenerative farming practices and creating a cured meat product that you can safely eat every day! From the diet of their hogs, to the swiss chard used in curing, to the attention to detail in all their recipes, this family business story will inspire you and leave your mouth watering!   More about The Salumeria:  Anthony comes from a long line of salumi makers, originating in Rome, Italy. His family bartered and traded for other goods with their salumi. After many hard years in IT and finance, Anthony and Kazmira decided to take the leap into the family business as their son Declan was eager to learn the ropes.   Whether it was a young Anthony making salami with his father on the picnic table with a hand crank meat grinder, or a young Gerardo butchering a goat with his uncle for a festive occasion. The Salumeria was born inside of its founders at a young age. Traditions and recipes passed down for generations have inspired us.   The experience as children seeded a romantic idea of sharing this craft, but it was having our own families that solidified the need to build a salumeria. Taking what we had learned and turning it into a passion for our children has become the greatest adventure of our lives.  We don't measure success by how many pounds of salumi leave the curing chamber, but rather how much joy we observe in our children as the meat cures. The Salumeria has become synonymous with la famiglia, and we are happy to invite your family to be a part of ours.   Also in this episode:  The Salumeria Story Sourcing and QualityBreak Up with Bacon? Bacon in the Oven (Plus Bacon Health Benefits and Myths) The Journey from Pasture to Plate The Science of Curing  Favorite Salumeria ProductsSaluminis Cure Box Subscription The Salumeria Adagio Salumi - Look for Adagio at Central Market in Texas!  Use Code ALIMILLERRD for 15% off first order    Sponsors for this episode:  This episode is sponsored by Nutrisense, providing Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGM) that provide you with real-time glucose data and an easy to use phone app that helps you combine and visualize your glucose data with all of your daily activities as well as personalized recommendations on how to improve your health. Use the code ALIMILLERRD at nutrisense.io/alimillerrd

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #186 - Daniel Taylor - Cattle Pasture Food Plot, Oklahoma to MI Habitat, Bowhunting Strategy & October Hunting for Big MI Bucks

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 79:21 Very Popular


Habitat Podcast #186 - Jared Van Hees is joined by Daniel Taylor out of Michigan, but he recently moved back from Oklahoma. It is a bowhunting / hunting strategy episode. We also compare habitat between his 2 recent farm locations. Tune in next week for segment #2 on Fall Food Plots. We cover: Bowhunting Strategy, Mi vs OK Hunting and Habitat Differences, Turning Cattle Pasture into Food Plot, Lessons Learned in Food Plotting and Herbicide, Good Buck Hunting Story, Dan's Michigan Die Hard Hunting Strategy and much more! Vitalize Seed CARBON LOAD - FREE SHIPPING on Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Leave us a great review to get FREE DECAL or BEER KOOZIE here:  https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pit Racing
Episode 19 - JT Worldwide (feat. Jeremy Thomas & Ryan Nichols)

Pit Racing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 178:48


Topics discussed: Oklahoma motocross; motocross in a looming recession; Del City MX; Oklahoma State Championship Series; Pit Racing Party in the Pasture; AMP Motocross Park; Eli Tomac; Outdoor Nationals; Jett Lawrence; Raw Talent vs. Hard Work; the new "training culture" in motocross; racing vs. training full time; sinking Can Am defenders in the river; Firepower parts bike stand giveaway; several guest call-ins; and much more!

LaneCast
Covering Your Hide: Offsetting the Cost of Additional Feed

LaneCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 24:44


Offsetting the cost of additional feed can create stress and friction on any ranch. Montana rancher Turk Stovall shares why he utilizes Pasture, Rangeland and Forage (PFR) insurance to mitigate risk from a lack of rainfall for his pastures and hay land. Turk is joined by rancher Jared Clark with Silveus on why it's important to work with well informed experts and state of the art software in the risk management process. www.rainins.com

The Equine Connection Podcast
Managing Metabolic Horses on Pasture

The Equine Connection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 18:41


Should you or shouldn't you allow your horses suffering from a metabolic condition to graze on pastures? That is the focus of this week's podcast. Here we briefly highlight what we consider a metabolic horse and then discuss the dangers of allowing them to graze on pastures. We talk about all the differing factors that can influence a pasture's sugar and carbohydrate load and how that can impact your metabolic horse. We also talk about how you can possibly allow them to graze on pasture, but it does carry some risk. An important podcast for any horse enthusiast.  You can learn more about these topics by visiting our expertise page HERE If you have any questions or concerns about your own horse, please contact us HERE This podcast was brought to you by Tribute Superior Equine Nutrition

Wisdom for the Heart on Oneplace.com
From Pasture to Brickyard

Wisdom for the Heart on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 28:26


If someone we were to ask you what books of the Bible you have read recently, I bet Exodus wouldn't make the list. It's difficult to understand, right? It's a little slow at times. But in this message Stephen helps us understand the book in an entirely new light. Your view of Exodus will never be the same again.