Podcast Episodes

Future of Agriculture – Why You Should Teach Agriculture – Part Two with Dr. Daniel Foster

Today’s episode is a continuation of a two-part series on why you should teach agriculture. In the previous episode, Dr. Daniel Foster, an educator at Pennsylvania State University, shared his insights about agriculture and agricultural education on a national scale. Dr.

The SharkFarmer Podcast – Mrs. SharkFarmer

Today is my podaversary!!! What better way to celebrate one year, of podcasting, than to interview my most requested guest….. Mrs. SharkFarmer Questions from 5:43 Rheannon Ehlers 11:31 Karl Armstrong 15:40 Jennifer Campbell 23:51 Vance Crowe 29:29 Donna

The Farmer & The City Girl Podcast – We gettin screwed on organics?

In this episode, Julie Kelly and Rob Sharkey are pointing out ways the organics industry is not what they claim. Join us for #FCGchat Monday nights at 6pm central. We'll be asking you to share your opinions 

Ontario AgCast – Food Evolution – Alison Van Eenennaam is a Movie Star!

  2:30 Sharing the spotlight with Neil Degrasse Tyson. 6:00 Alison and Wendell nerd out about dairy research. 7:50 Milking mice – teeny, tiny nipples. 10:00 The history of genetic engineering. 14:50 It’s easier to scare people than reassure them.

Future of Agriculture – The Best STEM Delivery Tool with Dr Daniel Foster

Daniel Foster is a proponent of agricultural literacy and is currently an Agricultural Teacher Educator at The Pennsylvania State University. He credits his mother for his love for the industry which all started when his mom decided to move out of Texas to Arizona to furth

The Shark Farmer Podcast – Kim Keller… The flexible idealist

Kim Keller is a flexible idealist that has worked her way home. From opening admitting she didn't like farming growing up, to coming back and never being happier, Kim hasn't let any mold define her. This former app developer has some great lessons on talking to "city folk"

Grow Smart with BASF – Raising 5 Kids & Crops

Farmer dad Doug Luther of Nebraska talks row crops, carpet farming, sandblasted pickups, faith and wrangling 10,000 acres and five kids.

The Farmer & The City Girl Podcast Episode – What’s a Traditional Farmer

In this episode, Carrie and Rob are chatting about who agriculture promotes as the face of farming Join us for #FCGchat Monday nights at 5pm central. We'll be asking you to share your opinions

Ontario AgCast – Matthew Pot – Making Commodity Markets Interesting

1:30 Growing up on a dairy farm – Wine isn’t the only great drink they produce in Niagara. 2:55 Is brick a soil type? 6:20 High school Matt was not a nerd. That happened later. 9:10 Commodity markets and chess – both require deep thought. 14:40 Matt claim

Future of Agriculture – Diversity and Inclusion in Agriculture with Marcus Hollan of the Cultivating Change Foundation

Today’s guest grew up in Mariposa, California and has viewed the world from different lenses as a youth through the 4-H Youth Program. Marcus Hollan attributes his distinctiveness and success to his involvement in such programs when he was younger which allowed him to