Podcast Episodes

Ontario AgCast – Sarah Sheppard

At age six, Sarah Sheppard decided she loves chickens. Now, she works with chickens, reads about chickens, jokes about chickens, but it’s when she tweets about chickens, that things get really crazy. You might say it was the cluck heard round the web.

Future of Agriculture – How Blockchain Technology Can Help Farmers in Developing Countries

David Davies is the Founder of AgUnity and AgriLedger. AgUnity enables the world’s smallest and poorest farmers to have access to a means to lift themselves out of poverty through smartphone and blockchain solutions. AgriLedger is the smartphone app AgUnity developed tha

Shark Farmer Podcast – Casey Schuhmacher for President

Casey Schuhmacher is a political junkie... and that is a good thing for agriculture. Listen as he talks irrigation, family farming, and social media. please visit our advertiser Farmers Edge

Keeping Ag Real – Improving food buying decisions: How can @Wal-mart @Xerox @McDonalds @EnvDefenseFund and more work together?

They always say, it takes a village and that village just expanded. There is a new player in the agriculture advocacy world. Today's guest is Nate Birt from Farm Journal's Trust In Food initiative. This new effort kicks-off with the Trust In Food Symposium, Jan. 23-24, in Ch

Ontario AgCast – Jonathan Lamb

Jonathan Lamb is a partner in Lamb Farms and Oakfield Corners Dairy. We talk cows, genomics and employees. This is a great example where "big" and "family" go together in more ways than one. Jonathan will be in Ontario speaking at the Wallenstein Feed and Supply Dairy Prod

Future of Agriculture – The Journey of Blockchain Adoption in Agricultural Supply Chains with Dr. Nishant Dass

Dr. Nishant Dass is an associate professor and Ph.D. Coordinator in finance at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business. His areas of expertise include major areas of financing and business management including CEO-Compensation, Corporate Governance, Mutual Funds, Trade

Sharkfarmer Podcast – Scott Mathews conservation pioneer

Scott Mathews had an awful 2017, but he continues to remain optimistic. He talks about his battles with the NRCS and growing rice. Please visit Farmers Edge

Keeping Ag Real – Meet my sister, an Operational Excellence Coach (aka, coaches corporations on the evolving needs of customers)

Thanks again for listening to Keeping Ag Real! Your loyalty and continued support is greatly appreciated! This week I interviewed my non-agriculture, city dwelling sister - for good reason. Her career path is in the area of Operational Excellence Coaching. What does tha

Keeping Ag Real – Part 2: What do Harry Connick Jr., Klout Scores & Kelly Clarkson have in common? @NatashaNicholes

This is part 2 of a great conversation with lifestyle blogger, Natasha Nicholes. We dive in talking about how she has grown an old, dirty lot on the south side of Chicago into a beautiful learning tool. She discusses Harry Connick Jr.'s involvement and her goals for the fu

Ontario AgCast – Jes Oelschlagal

For all our talk about letting consumers see how their food is produced, there’s one part of the process that has remained hidden from public view. A third generation butcher, Jes Oelschlagal wants to change that and help educate people on why the job of ending an animal