Podcasts

Shark Farmer: Scott Daniel life after dairy

Podcast published : April 17, 2018

Scott Daniel was the kind of kid that read Holstein magazines and had herdsmen as heroes. So, you can imagine how hard it was for him to shut down his own dairy. Listen to an open an honest account of his story. Please visit our sponsor: https://www.farmcommand.com/

Our Farms, Our Future: Everybody Eats - Greg Judy and Adam Saunders

Podcast published : April 15, 2018

The Our Farms, Our Future podcast series brings together the sustainable agriculture community for thought-provoking conversations about the state of agriculture, how we got here, and where we're headed.

No-Till Farmer: Strategies for Getting Off the Starting Block with Cover Crops: Part 1

Podcast published : April 12, 2018

In the first part of this two-part podcast, brought to you by Montag Mfg. Co., cover crop educator and Pennsylvania no-tiller Steve Groff will talk about the mindset necessary to be successful in adopting cover crops in a no-till system.

Farm Bureau Joins Launch of No Taste for Waste Campaign

Podcast published : April 12, 2018

The American Farm Bureau Federation recently helped launch the No Taste for Waste campaign that seeks to decrease food waste on and off the farm. Micheal Clements has more.

Ontario AgCast - Kiana Simmons

Podcast published : April 12, 2018

Who would want to live in downtown Toronto, not own a car and choose almond milk over dairy? I learned a lot from 21 year old, urban planner, Kiana Simmons, but some of what she shared challenged point of view. If you want to know what an urban millennial thinks about food and farming you will want to listen to this.

Future of Agriculture - Getting Started in Farming with Tom Bottoms

Podcast published : April 11, 2018

Tom Bottoms earned his bachelor’s degree in Plant Sciences from the California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and in 2013, he received his Ph.D. in Horticulture and Agronomy from the University of California. He currently works as an employee of a large farming operation based in Northern California with the intention of eventually accumulating his own farm land and building his own operation.

Rock and Roll Farming Podcast - The Appliance of Crop Science

Podcast published : April 11, 2018

Tonight I'm delighted to be travelling down to Silchester in Hampshire to talk to Crop Scientist and Director of the AgriFood Training Partnership, Professor Carol Wagstaff @cwagstaff

Shark Farmer: Sarah Nolet (international spy)

Podcast published : April 10, 2018

Ag tech... Big data... Backwards flushing toilets... Sarah Nolet covers it all Please visit our sponsor: https://www.farmcommand.com/

Talking Biotech: Insect Gene Drives (Part 2)

Podcast published : April 7, 2018

Dr. Jennifer Kuzma received her training in biochemistry, and then later found herself working in social sciences. She is now the Co-Director of the Genetic Engineering and Society program at North Carolina State University.

Ontario AgCast - Dr Jude Capper

Podcast published : April 5, 2018

Dr. Jude Capper is a passionate supporter of the dairy industry both in her native UK and around the word. With a PHD in Ruminant Nutrition, she is something of an expert in dairy production, however that doesn’t stop on-line trolls from vegansplaining to her why dairy is bad. They have gone so far as to suggest that the reason she got breast cancer at 26 years of age is karma from eating meat and dairy. If she can keep her cool on Twitter, anyone can. We talk about her #Februdairy campaign.