This week's Ontario AgCast is literally just me talking about cheese. I love Cheddar, I love Swiss, I love Gouda, I love Parmesan.... that type of thing with a little history thrown in.
Tonight I'm staying in Wales and heading down South to the Brecon Beacons to talk to hill farmer and NFU Cymru environment and rural affairs advisor, Rachel Lewis-Davies. We talk about her and her husband Bobby's incredible farming journey with many highs and lows al
Dick Wittman is the Founder of Wittman Consulting, a company dedicated to training consultants who can help family farm businesses in transitional processes and agricultural finance. Dick is a former manager and the current board chair for a 20,000-acre family farm loca
Tricia Braid has been one of agriculture's biggest supporters. She lets me ask her some tough questions about commodity groups. Please visit our sponsor: Farmers Edge
Fake meat poops... Listen in as Lesley and Rob talk to Lia Biondo about the process of making fake meat.
Let Ray Bohacz show you how to end the winter blues.
Tonight I'm heading up to Ulverston in Cumbria to talk to farmer and giant, Will Case. We talk family, the challenges of finding a work/life balance, mixed farming (Are we jack of all trades, master of none?!), dealing with his brother's cancer, writing about farming
Jeff and Garrett Sims are the owners of Sims Farms, a family-owned and operated ag business in the Centralia, Missouri area. The farm was established in 1967, and they’re the 5th generation of farmers who manage and oversee its day-to-day operations. Some of the servi
Jeremy Wolf talks about the decision he made to leave farming. It's a look at one producers decision to move forward in life.
Being the youngest of 16 taught Roary MacPherson to appreciate quality ingredients. Listen to how he became one of Canada's premier chefs