Do we take basic decision making for granted? Do we just assume that our practices in the past should be our practices in the future? Using data based information, there may be ways to become more efficient and productive while saving money and resources. Dr. Curt Lives
Sean Stanford is a man that wears many hats. A guy that puts family and community first.... but don't get me wrong, I don't like him. timestamps: 7:40 buying a farm 13:28 Being a volunteer fireman 19:23 the tough calls 25:35 dealing with anxiety 33:58 you
In this episode, Lesley Kelley and Rob Sharkey are talking about the infamous pink slime reporting Join us for #FCGchat Monday nights at 7pm central. We'll be asking you to share your opinions
What I did on my summer vacation. Corn, beans and cows.
There was a time when people found a job and stayed there for most of their working lives. Those times are in the past with modern statistics saying that 67% of employees leave a first job within the first 2 years. Having a job that is a good fit is not only important for
Ginelle James is just a down-home country gal.... who just happens to have an amazing voice. Listen as she talks about working in ag while trying to break into country music. Timestamp 9:30 her singing side gig 24:52 the "it" factor 37:22 making a video 40:2
The Farmer & The City Girl Podcast Episode 031 - When you aren't reaching your goals.... ask for help Lesley Kelly agrees to be my co-host Join us for #FCGchat Monday nights at 6pm central. We'll be asking you to share your opinions
Grasslands and grazing cattle go hand in hand. Yet, grazing cattle can be a complex process with things like dynamic business practices, the ecology of the grasses, and the biology of the animal all needing to be considered. Grass-fed beef and other grass-fed agricultural