Podcast Episodes – Page 27 – Farm and Rural Ag Network

Podcast Episodes

Ontario AgCast – Wendell Talks About Cheese

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.

Rock and Roll Farming Podcast – J.F.D.I

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

Future of Agriculture – Becoming a Farm CEO with Dick Wittman

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

Sharkfarmer Podcast – Tricia Braid talking commodity groups

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

What the Farm Podcast – Lia Biondo talks fake meat

Fake meat poops... Listen in as Lesley and Rob talk to Lia Biondo about the process of making fake meat.

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: Cold blooded…the only reason for a winter no-start is YOU!!

Let Ray Bohacz show you how to end the winter blues.

Rock and Roll Farming Podcast – Absolute Mixed Unit

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

Future of Agriculture Podcast – Managing a Multi-Generational Farm Business with Jeff and Garrett Sims of Sims Farms

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

Sharkfarmer Podcast – Jeremy Wolf, stages of life

Jeremy Wolf talks about the decision he made to leave farming. It's a look at one producers decision to move forward in life.

What the Farm Podcast – Roary MacPherson Newfoundland Chef

Being the youngest of 16 taught Roary MacPherson to appreciate quality ingredients. Listen to how he became one of Canada's premier chefs