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Sharkfarmer Podcast – Merry Christmas

Here it is.... The Christmas episode!!!From John Deere colored trees to present shaming... this one has it allMerry Christmas!!!!! Stories fromMark [email protected][email protected]

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: All plugged up and nowhere to go!

A simple way to diagnose a restricted exhaust system.

Salt of the Earth Podcast -Dr. Patrick Wall

In this podcast episode, I speak with Dr. Patrick Wall, Professor of Public Health at University College Dublin. Professor Wall qualified in Veterinary Medicine in UCD and in Human Medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland. In addition, Professor Wall was th

Future of Agriculture Podcast – Finding a Niche in Endive Farming with Rich Collins

Richard Collins is the owner of California Endive Farms, a farming operation that specializes in growing endive, a vegetable of the chicory family that is so special, it’s grown twice. Due to the strict conditions and labor-intensive manner of growing it, the endive w

Shark Farmer Podcast – Suzanne Swift-Cook first generation farmer

Imagine living in a camper with 6 kids and your spouse... listen as I talk to Suzanne Swift-Cook, first generation farme

What the Farm Podcast – Scott Powell Christmas Tree Star

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: I work best under pressure…the engine coolant said!

The lowly radiator pressure cap does more than you think.

Salt of the Earth Podcast – Wheelock Fruits

Wexford strawberries are known the length and breadth of Ireland, but timing and location can prove important factors in deciding where to grow and sell them.  Here strawberry grower, Cyril Wheelock from Wheelock Fruit Farm in Co. Wexford tells how has recently div

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: Don’t tune me out!

The modern light-duty diesel needs to be tuned. Ray Bohacz tells you how!

Idle Chatter Podcast – Hot Rod Farmer: Christmas 2019. The second annual gift guide

Click here for gift suggestions for this year. Click here for gift suggestions from last year