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June 2020

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March 2020

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February 2020

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January 2020

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FRAN is undergoing renovations

We are currently re-vamping how this website functions for 2020. We are taking the feedback and experience of the past few years and working towards making FRAN more streamlined and easier to navigate.

Starting today, Jan 20th, we will no longer be updating the FRAN podcast channel with new episodes.

All of our social notifications will still be operational. You will be directed to the podcast’s page on the FRAN website where an embedded player is available with the newest episode plus past episodes.

Here are the things that will change for our listeners
1) The FRAN rss feed will not longer be updated
2) If you’re subscribed to FRAN on a podcatcher it will not be updated with new episode

To solve this we suggest you follow us on social media for episode releases and subscribe directly to the podcasts in our network.

3) If you are subscribed to receive email notifications of new posts from this website and still want email notifications please email me at [email protected] to find a solution that works for you.

Thank you for your patience. We realized changes to routine are sometimes hard to adjust to but we think the experience will better for everyone in the end.

Hot Rod Farmer: Having a rough time of it… your engine idle that is!

A rough idle is more telling than most think. Listen and learn.

Shark Farmer Podcast – Matt McCune Farmer-Storm Chaser

Being a full time agronomist/salesman while also being a full time farmer isn’t all that unusual… but it doesn’t mean it’s not impressive

Listen as I talk to Matt McCune about ag and storm chasing

MidWest Farm Wives Podcast – The one where we live in abundance.

Hey friends and welcome back to our 2020 season of podcasting.  This episode we are going to discuss living with an abundant mindset vs a scarce mindset. We think this applies to life in general and we compare to our farm lives. In a nutshell someone with an abundant mindset is an optimist and is genuinely happy for others when they are successful. Those with a scare mindset are competitive, jealous and resent others success. “The secret to having it all is believing you already do.”