Geographic area that is located outside towns and cities
I am being told repeatedly that I can't believe everything that JC Cole shares with us comes true. The real question is, what are you doing about it?
We see serious food and fuel inflation. It is not going to let up, we will continue to see trying times but for food producers we need to maintain hope.
Health officials order a recall of medical marijuana products. Governor Stitt signs legislation to reduce or eliminate court fees for young offenders. Rural fire departments are getting financial help from the Cherokee Tribe. You can find the KOSU Daily wherever you get your podcasts, you can also subscribe, rate us and leave a comment. You can keep up to date on all the latest news throughout the day at KOSU.org and make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at KOSU Radio. This is The KOSU Daily, Oklahoma news, every weekday.
“A small country, without the ability to flood any market…” That's how Andrew Morrison - Chairman of New Zealand Beef and Lamb - described his country, in an attempt to allay the fears of farmers here. The new Trade Deal with New Zealand will allow over 2 hundred thousand tonnes of sheepmeat and beef into the UK tariff-free….in 15 years' time. British producers have been critical, saying they will be undercut by meat produced to lower animal welfare and environmental standards. A new report from the County Councils Network suggests the impact of Government changes to adult social care, will hit local authorities in rural areas, harder than urban ones. The reforms include a cap on the cost of care and an entitlement to pay cheaper rates for care homes. We visit a Welsh sunflower farm, taking advantage of one of the biggest floral trends in recent years. Combining "pick your own" with a "photo field” means growers can sell access to the fields for a selfie as well as the flowers themselves. And we hear a tribute to Caroline Drummond, the Chief Executive of LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) who has died after a short illness. Presented by Anna Hill Produced for BBC Audio in Bristol by Heather Simons
Our guests today are Tony Stajduhar, president of Jackson Physician Search and Chris Franklin, president of LocumTenens.com. Chris and Tony are here today to talk about the findings from their joint research study on Rural Physician Recruitment and Staffing. Resources for this episode: • Tony Stajduhar(https://www.jacksonphysiciansearch.com/about/) • Chris Franklin (https://www.locumtenens.com/about-us/who-we-are/executives/chris-franklin-executive-bio/) • Rural Physician Recruitment and Staffing Survey Results (https://www.mgma.com/resources/human-resources/rural-physician-recruitment-and-staffing-survey-re) • MGMA Education Opportunities (www.mgma.com/events) This episode is sponsored by: MPE: DX Conference — Join MGMA's Pathways Conference DX June 7-8 online. Our digital experience is built on three content areas vital to medical practice excellence: finance, operations, and data. Go to mgma.com/events to register today. Onsite Women's Health — Onsite Women's Health provides healthcare practices and providers with the ability to bring screening mammography in-house. Partnering with Onsite allows more women to keep up with their annual screening and gives anyone impacted by breast cancer a fighting chance. Learn more at www.onsitewomenshealth.com. We'd love to hear from you. Tell us what you think. Let us know if there's a topic you want us to cover or an expert you'd like us to interview. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The MGMA Insights podcasts are produced by Daniel Williams, Rob Ketcham and Decklan McGee.
There are six candidates vying to be a Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) regent in District 8. They spoke about funding and access to education for rural Nevada during a forum hosted by the Nevada Faculty Alliance.
New Zealand is closing in on winter and temperatures are nose-diving. Twizel in the South Island is one of the coldest spots in the country - hitting -4.1 degrees earlier this week. We hear from Twizel resident Scott Aronsen.
Keep up with Carmen Willmore on:University of Idaho Extension Sheep and Goats Group on FacebookUniversity of Idaho Extension Livestock on YouTubeRock Bottom Goat Dairy on Instagram Additional Resources:“What Do My Goats Need in Their Diet to Be Healthy?” blog post - https://www.standleeforage.com/standlee-barn-bulletin/what-do-my-goats-need-in-their-diet-to-be-healthy/“What Do Goats Eat?” blog post - https://www.standleeforage.com/standlee-barn-bulletin/what-do-goats-eat/____________________________________Have a topic idea or feedback to share? We want to connect with you! Email email@example.comShare our podcast and learn more about our co-hosts at our Beyond the Barn podcast pageSUBSCRIBE to the Beyond the Barn podcast email to be an exclusive insider!Find us on Apple, Spotify or Google Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE, so you never miss an episode.____________________________________Check out the Standlee Barn Bulletin BlogFind more nutritional resources from Dr. Stephen Duren and Dr. Tania Cubitt at https://standleeforage.com/nutrition/nutritional-resourcesConnect with Standlee on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok
Demetris Johnson Jr. is running for State Representative District 35. At the age of 22, Demetris has accomplished so much and has a vision to do more in and for the Delta. Coming from Earle, Arkansas, Demetris is no stranger to public policy as he's a current city council member for the city. Inspiring and engaging the youth, and connecting rural communities to resources are priority of his platform. Learn more about Demetris' campaign on Facebook at Djohnsonforstaterep
Our interview guest—the first in our ICSC interview series—is Lacy Beasley, President of Retail Strategies; she joins the show to discuss current trends in small- and mid-sized market retail. Topics include the importance of retail to rural markets, what retailers are doing to adjust based on market size when entering a rural market for the first time, and which retailers and restaurants are seeing the most demand from the markets themselves. In news, Advance Auto Parts sees a dip in DIY sales during their first quarter, but that doesn't dampen their expansion plans; also, Albertsons trials an AI-based scan-and-go shopping cart.
The chaos and disorganization is not accidental and continues to happen to cripple the food system globally. What Hank is dealing with converting forages into food and fiber is sign of things to come for all.
The Helping It Happen awards from Scottish Land and Estates are now open to nominations - with a deadline of 18th July 2022. The awards recognise the role of estates, farms, rural businesses and individuals in helping rural Scotland to thrive - whether that's through providing affordable rural housing, supporting local businesses, or working with schools to support rural skills. Sarah-Jane Laing and Lucy Laidlaw from Scottish Land and Estates, and Ronnie MacRae from the Communities Housing Trust join Anna to talk about the awards. We also hear from Robbie Kernahan, Director of Green Economy at awards sponsors NatureScot. Details of the Helping It Happen Awards: https://scottishlandandestates.co.uk/helping-it-happen
On this episode, Joe, Clint, and Butch talk with Jason Watson, Reforestation Advisor with ArborGen, about choosing the best pine tree seedlings for your rural property, wildlife, and investment. Jason will cover seedling options available, determining your goals, seedlings transportation., and the growing process. And lastly, what are the most important questions you should be asking before planting or buying. Enjoy the show, happy hunting, and happy growing. Have More Land Investment Questions?Contact Clint or Joe at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here! Show Sponsors: Alabama Farmers Cooperative Alabama Ag Credit MB Ranch King Southern Seed and Feed Boater's List Photonis Hunting Exchange Brush Clearing Services Buck's Island Marina Dixie Supply National Land Realty Great Days Outdoors Magazine
An old friend from Central Illinois Dan has given up his hog rearing and today is bursting people's bubble left and right.
In a past life, he was the chief executive of farm servicing co-op Farmlands; but these days he's running NZ's biggest seafood and fishing company Sanford and he has some interesting comments to make on the state of an industry that's now in a Covid-recovery state. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's World Bee Day and the chief executive of Apiculture NZ reminds us that every third spoonful of food depends on pollination and bees are our major pollinators. But are they an endangered species, their very existence being threatened by chemical sprays such as glyphosate? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Two North Canterbury districts are trialling a new app which makes it easier to report rural crime. The app is called "Rural Lookout" and Oxford farmer Cameron Henderson explains to Jesse about it works.
On the next Access Utah we'll partner with DEBUNKED for a conversation with Valentina Sireech, Member of Ute Tribe and Program Coordinator for the Tribal & Rural Opioid Initiative Resource Center with USU Extension - Roosevelt Office. Her passion is to inspire Indigenous and Rural communities to create art as a form of healthy healing. We'll also be talking with Larry Cesspooch, Ute Filmmaker/Storyteller/Spiritual Leader, who uses all forms of media to tell his stories, film, music, and lecture.
The blatant attack on animal products is not going to just go away. We need a serious dedicated effort to preserve the ability for farmers and ranchers to continue to produce food.
It is becoming very common that folks tell me JC is absolutely right on every issue he talks about. Yes don't listen unless you want to prepare properly.
‘All anybody wanted to talk about was the pandemic, which I resisted for about a week, and then I realized we all need to talk about the pandemic. It's not even like it was the elephant in the room. It's like it was the room. It was unavoidable.'
The US Supreme Court judge is poised to overturn Roe vs. Wade. In Canada, the landmark abortion rights case is the 1988 Morgentaler ruling, which struck down the country's abortion law as unconstitutional. But legal protection is not the same as equal access and in many parts of the country, surgical abortion is still practically unavailable. I speak with Meghan Doherty of Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights.
Dr. Mary O'Connor invites fellow surgeon and singing sensation Dr. Elvis Francois to share his story. Dr. Elvis found fame on "The Masked Singer" after recording and posting inspirational performances accompanied by fellow physician Dr. William Robinson. In this episode, Dr. Elvis talks about the importance of integrating humanity into medicine, and how the emotional connections created through our shared love of music inspire resilience and healing.
Rural hospitals are community strongholds, serving as the key point of care for nearly 20% of Americans. Beyond providing healing and hope, rural hospitals nationwide are pillars of their local economies, creating essential jobs that support families and community vitality. Many rural communities struggle with health issues that extend beyond their hospital's walls. Issues such as transportation, housing, employment, food security, economic stability and other social determinants have an impact on the physical and mental well-being of a community. Hospitals are taking the lead to address social determinants as a response to population and community health. On this podcast, we hear from leaders from the Winona Wellbeing Collaborative (WWC) Winona, Minnesota who have combined resources to establish a. community HUB or framework for community-based care coordination.
In this episode of the Hot Dish Podcast, Senator Heidi Heitkamp sits down with Dr. Glenda Humiston, President of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of California along with Rob Larew, President of the National Farmers Union. Together, they discuss lack of access to federal programs for those in rural areas, and the need to rethink notions of “urban” and “rural.”
Trent is back and really happy to have a great discussion with Jay Truitt about everything including is the demand for buggy whips back on the rise?
EV manufacturers are moving to high voltage systems to improve vehicle performance; One rural transit agency's efforts to improve rural equity when it comes to mobility; and landmine or goldmine - market conditions are pushing new car dealers to offer high mileage vehicles for sale on their own used car lots.
Back in the day ranchers would manage the feral horses of the West and really make something out of them. Now just like every other thing the government controls it is a disaster.