Podcast Episodes

What the Farm Podcast – Sara Shymko Ag in the classroom

Sara Shymko is the Executive Director of Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan and is passionate about creating opportunities for young people to have meaningful experiences with food, farmers and agriculture. She was raised on a mixed farm near Jasmin, Saskatchewa

Rock and Roll Farming Podcast – The Naked Farmer

Poultry farmers Patrick & Zanna Joice @UphouseFarm are a remarkable couple. For this episode I spoke to them both about Patrick's terminal Cancer diagnosis, his ongoing battle with severe depression, and how they're trying to help others who may be struggling alone.

Future of Agriculture – Saving Bees Via IoT with Dr. Fiona Edwards Murphy of ApisProtect

Dr. Fiona Edwards Murphy is the CEO and Co-Founder of ApisProtect. ApisProtect is a company that innovates the agricultural industry with its advanced Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Specifically, they help beekeepers both small and large gather the necessary data

Sharkfarmer Podcast – Coley Jones Drinkwater creating a creamery

After traveling around the world, Coley Jones Drinkwater came back to the family Dairy Farm, but with a depressed economy and her entrepreneurial spirit, the family invested 2 million dollars into their own creamery. Listen to how she plans on telling agriculture's stor

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: Don’t SWEAT IT! Keep the A/C cranking without blowing your cool with high repair costs.

Keep the A/C cranking without blowing your cool with high repair costs.

Ontario AgCast – Bloyce Thompson

Breeding a Million Dollar Cow Did you know that some of the world’s best Holstein cows come from Canada’s smallest province? Bloyce Thompson, owner of Eastside Holsteins in Prince Edward Island has a long list of accomplishments that are proof of this. We talk a

Salt of the Earth Podcast – Waterford Distillery

Waterford Distillery is a single malt whiskey distillery located in Waterford City, in the South East of Ireland. The distillery was originally rebuilt in 2004 as a Guinness brewery, shut down a decade later and in 2015 transformed into a state-of-the-art single malt w

Rock and Roll Farming Podcast – Farming with Epilepsy

Tonight I head down to the Royal Agricultural University to talk to agri-business student Robyn Hogg.  We talk about her studies at Cirencester, whether it's an exciting time for young people to be entering the agricultural industry or not, and how since the age

Future of Agriculture: Todays Farm Economy vs the 1980s with Glen & Jason Newcomer

Glen and Jason Newcomer are the sixth-generation owners and operators of Newcomer Farms. Having been established during the time of the Civil War, Newcomer Farms is one of the oldest farms in America. Glen has extensive experience in farm management, agronomy support, a

Shark Farmer Podcast – Vance Crowe moving on

What could possibly go wrong with asking Jordan Peterson to speak to a group of farmers? Vance Crow, the former Director of Millennial Engagement at Bayer/Monsanto, talks candidly about the social media backlash, and the lessons learned about one group of people trying