In this episode, Leslie Kelly and Rob Sharkey are pointing out the pros and cons of Amazons new purchase. Join us for #FCGchat Monday nights at 6pm central. We'll be asking you to share your opinions
From on-farm research to breaking yield records, James Wray is following in big footsteps in a big way in Arkansas.
1:20 Layers, Pullets and Crops 4:30 Twins Megan and Josh can read each other’s minds 5:50 Megan calls Josh dumb – with her mind. 6:50 This one time at horse camp….. 9:30 Sorry, no stories about showing chickens. Poultry Club don’t do that. 12:00 Hi.
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.
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
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
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.
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
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"
Farmer dad Doug Luther of Nebraska talks row crops, carpet farming, sandblasted pickups, faith and wrangling 10,000 acres and five kids.