Tag Archives: agriculture

Ontario AgCast – Dr. Christine Baes

Everyone has to have a goal in life. For Dr. Christine Baes, that goal is breeding a cow that farts less. She got her love for cows growing up on a dairy farm in Canada and, after crisscrossing the globe a few times, she is now solving the world’s problems using genomics a.k.a. the blueprint of all living things.

Ontario AgCast – Candace Hill – Women in Ag

What does corporate social responsibility mean in agriculture? Well, at Farm Credit Canada, it means identifying a need and putting Candace Hill in charge of it. Manager of Special Projects – Women in Ag, Candace shares about doing jobs that didn’t exist before, getting pulled back home to Saskatchewan and “that one time at band camp…”

Ontario AgCast – Steve Thomas, Ho Ho Ho

If Santa had a British accent and a filthy sense of humor, he could be mistaken for Steve Thomas. With a spirit of community and a passion for the swine industry, Steve has rallied Ontario Pork Producers to help provide healthy, nutritious meals to those in need. A great reminder that Christmas is about giving. 

What the Farm Podcast – Ashlyn George lost girl

Ashlyn George is about as well traveled as they come. Listen in as she gives advice to farmers on how to travel.

www.thelostgirlsguide.com

Ontario AgCast – James Whetlor, Cabrito Goat


Chef, author and entrepreneur, James Whetlor founded Cabrito Goat after keeping a few goats to solve a land management problem. Being a successful chef, a few of the goats ended up on the menu. After goat outsold beef the first week (still don’t believe it), James thought perhaps there was a larger market for kid goat meat and it turns out there was. We go deep into the history of why goat meat is considered the poor man’s food and Wendell commits to trying something new.

www.cabrito.co.uk

Sharkfarmer Podcast – Mike Less Youtubing though life


Mike Less has a passion for making farm videos. With over 800 YouTube videos, he is living his dream.

What the Farm Podcast – Jackie Fraser grocery store owner


Jackie Fraser and her husband own and operate a grocery store. Listen to her thoughts on how to talk to consumers.

Ontario AgCast – Jenn Doelman Grain Farmer


Jenn Doelman is a grain farmer in the Ottawa Valley, but corn and soybeans barely crack the top three on the list of her favorite crops. She is canola’s biggest cheerleader, but thinks wheat is pretty cool too. Bringing leadership home to the farm and giving back to the industry. Please don’t refer to this Grain Farmers of Ontario delegate as a female farmer; just farmer is fine.

 

Ontario AgCast – Sarah Miner, Weed Farmer


It’s cannabis, not marijuana and it’s now legal in Canada. Sarah Miner, quality assurance manager at Natural Med Co. gets some funny looks (or smells) picking up kids at daycare. If you work on a pig farm, you smell like pigs; when you work in a cannabis farm…. This female focused company is removing the stigma around weed, while generating green for shareholders.

www.evecannabis.ca

#agriculture #farming #rural #cannabis #marijuana #weed #420 #highlife

Ontario AgCast – Omid McDonald – Dairy Distillery, Vodcow – like vodka only better


Superior spirits start with dairy!

I believe a cold glass of milk is just about the best drink there is. So, it makes sense that if you want to make superior spirits, you start with high quality, Canadian dairy. Omid MacDonald is the founder of Dairy Distillery where they make Vodcow, dairy based alcohol. Listen to the end to find out how to get your free samples. (disclaimer – there are not actually any free samples)

www.dairydistillery.com

 

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