Podcast Episodes

Keeping Ag Real Podcast – Inspiring the Future of Women in Agriculture

Today’s episode is the first of its kind as we will be featuring two guests.  The first is Jackie Applegate, Head of Global Vegetable Seeds and Environmental Science for the Crop Science Division at Bayer. The second guest is Jeanette Lombardo, American Agri-Women’s c

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: A dirty little secret!

What do a 200+ mph Bonneville Salt Flats F-150 and a wet harvest have in common? Ray Bohacz says more than you would think

Ontario AgCast – James Whetlor, Cabrito Goat

Chef, author and entrepreneur, James Whetlor founded Cabrito Goat after keeping a few goats to solve a land management problem. Being a successful chef, a few of the goats ended up on the menu. After goat outsold beef the first week (still don’t believe it), James though

Rock and Roll Farming Podcast – Don’t You Want Red Tractor Baby

Tonight I'm delighted to be heading down to London to talk to the CEO of Red Tractor, Jim Moseley. We start off by talking about what the Red Tractor Scheme actually is, and how it came about, before going in to Jim's early career and how he got to where he is now. W

Future of Agriculture Podcast – International Agribusiness in China to Rural Entrepreneurship in Oklahoma with Brady Sidwell

International Agribusiness in China to Rural Entrepreneurship in Oklahoma with Brady Sidwell

Shark Farmer Podcast – Carri Manion it’s all in the timing

There's no perfect time to follow your dreams... That's why Carri Manion just went for it

What the Farm Podcast – Stacey Decker gives us an inside look

Stacey Decker gives us an inside look into what an urban mom looks at when deciding how to feed her family.

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: Where is the HEAT??????

Ray Bohacz shares how to diagnose poor heater performance in any application.

Ontario AgCast – Harold Rudy, The Soil Fixers

Author Harold Rudy has documented 30 years of soil conservation in his book “The Soil Fixers: Land Stewards Committed to the Cause”. From the days when OMAFRA was just OMAF to the pioneers of no-till to the 4 R’s of soil health. As the former Senior Manager with the

Rock and Roll Farming Podcast – British Flowers Rock!

Tonight I'm heading all the way down to West Sussex to talk to flower grower, Ben Cross @AlstroemeriaBen We talk about the fact that he's a 4th generation grower at Crosslands Flower Nursery, that was established by his Great Grandparents in 1936 starting on the LSA (La