Podcast Episodes

Shark Farmer Podcast – Taryn Pfeiffer Farm Vet Fridays

Dr. Taryn Pfeiffer has known what she has wanted to do since she was 5 years old. Growing up on her father's hog farm she was always at his side learning about farm animals and how to best care for them. So it was no surprise when she pursued becoming a large animal vet

What the Farm Podcast – Dana McCauley fork to farm

When consumers demand organic, are they willing to sacrifice price & Taste?

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: Stop burning up your profits

Increase the service life of your support equipment.

Rock and Roll Farming Podcast – Bobby & Amy

Tonight I talked to writer and director Emily Jenkins, all about her new play Bobby & Amy, a dark comedy that looks back to the foot & mouth disease outbreak that devastated rural communities in the UK. Bobby & Amy is running at the Edinburgh fringe throu

Future of Agriculture – Irrigating Confidently with Lee Addams of CropMetrics

Lee Addams is the CEO of CropMetrics, a company that pursues innovation in US irrigation services and provide smart irrigation solutions to growers. Lee has experience in business model innovation, business unit growth strategizing, enterprise-level sustainability strat

Shark Farmer Podcast – Brenda Rudolph embracing dairy

What the Farm Podcast – Nick Babington Futurist

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: Specifications… where you begin not where you end!

Stop relying on computers. Let’s get back to the basic of understanding.

Rock and Roll Farming Podcast – Heritage Graziers & Loopy Ewes

Tonight I talked to James and Katie Allen about how they got from civil engineering, software developing, and graphic design, to finding each other again and farming together in the Cotswolds, and the many challenges they've overcome along the way.  With special

Future of Agriculture – Helping Farmers Sell Direct to Food Service with Chris Damico of Farm’d

Chris Damico is the CEO and Founder at Farm’d. Farm’d is described as an online platform that enables farmers to connect to local buyers directly. The idea was born from annual price hikes, long transits, and expensive middlemen. Chris’ company benefit farmers thr