Farm & Rural Ag Network Videos

Rice Farming TV- Kids Ask how Rice is Grown!

The California rice production process is quite complicated but these kids are asking all the right questions. Through Learn About Ag: California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom (CFAITC) I was put in contact with a third grade class in Sacramento who were very eager to learn about how rice is grown in the USA. During my visit to their school they had excellent questions about the growing process, harvest, animals, weeds and had all kinds of intelligent thoughts. So much so that I wanted to share them with you.

I hope you enjoy spending time with these kids as much as I did.

Rice Farming TV- Yamaha RMAX Agricultural Drone!

The Yamaha RMAX unmanned helicopters are designed for a wide range of industrial and research applications. In today’s demonstration we will witness the agricultural drone apply herbicide to a rice field. This may be a huge step forward in precision agriculture!

The event was hosted at the Rice Experiment Station in Biggs, California. The RMAX helicopter drone applied the herbicide over a 10 acre plot of rice.

Other agricultural uses for the RMAX unmanned arial vehicle include spraying, seeding, remote sensing, precision agriculture, frost mitigation and variable rate dispersal.

Cow Vet Vlog  – CANADA 150

The Creelman Family tradition of getting up at 5:00 am to head down to the Calgary Stampede Parade pays off again. This might be the most Canadian thing you ever see.

Cow Vet Vlog – CALGARY STAMPEDE 2017

My stomach hurt after watching this video with Ashley this morning!!! A fun filled day down at the Calgary Stampede, setting up our booth at the UFA Cattle Trail. We finished the afternoon with me breaking the world record for fastest post mortem….. *drops mic

Rice Farming TV – Herbicide Weed Control and the TRUTH

Spraying herbicides as weed control is a very controversial subject so I took great care filming this episode of Rice Farming TV. Working within the agriculture industry this information is obvious to me. I do know though that consumers have been made to fear their food because of herbicides and pesticides. There’s no reason for it. Conventionally grown food is safe and its due to great over-sight, restrictions, guidelines, testing and a whole lot more factors. I hope this episode is able to shed a little light on the touchy subject.

A special thanks to my two favorite Pest Control Advisors (PCAs) here in Butte County: Kevin and Joe. They help me out in the fields and consulted me on this episode. I wanted to make sure I got everything right and fair.

Cow Vet Vlog – Maggocidal!

Today’s video is about how to get rid of maggots, cattle export, and Snapchat Spectacles.

Cow Vet Vlog – She has waited three years for this

Sorry for the awkward veterinary vlog, I have no idea where the footage went. In this episode we tackle a rectal prolapse, a calf with a broken jaw, and drain a shoulder abscess.

I am also featured in the Shark Farmer podcast this week, please check it out!

Sandi Brock – Working 9 to 5 (sort of.)

Just another manic Monday. Not really, just another day. Today I thought I’d take you through chores with me. Although I excel at multi-tasking, it appears chores take twice as long when vlogging.

Sandi Brock – Our Tribute to #Plant17

This spring has been a difficult one for most of North America this year who’s livlihoods rely on crops and quite frankly, Mother Nature. Amy and I decided to have a bit of fun pulling out our favourite hashtags off Twitter from our fellow farmers. However, the fun led to a more serious conversation that we had been weighing heavily on our minds since seeing a tweet from a friend out west, Kim Keller. Kim had a call to action for all of us to start talking seriously about mental health in our rural communities, and asking for all to just do more. Kim, we couldn’t agree more.

Cow Vet Vlog – On The Fence

In this veterinary vlog we treat a chronic bloater, assess a partially paralyzed feedlot heifer, do the world’s most cinematic post mortem, and end it off with the cucumber song!

Cow Vet Vlog – One Trick Pony

A Fathers Day hike into the Canadian Rockies with Diana, Emerson, Niamh, and some family friends! Such a great day.

Cow Vet Vlog – Bovine Ultrasound

This was by far the hardest and longest vlog I have edited to date. It took over 12 hours to piece together and keep interesting. I did it though because I had so many requests to share more ultrasound imaging, which is a little tricky to set up. Envision a portable screen, in a cardboard box, a GoPro on a coffee cup, and a second camera from the side.


Cow Vet Vlog – All Day Err Day

The last of my prebreeding palpations for the year, a how-to on getting crypto whist eating donuts, and a Demolition Ranch-style sharpshooter battle to the death (of a coffee creamer).

Rice Farming TV

Learn how to cook perfect, delicious rice in this tutorial. You’ll also learn the difference between white rice and brown rice. Watch how paddy rice is milled down for consumption.

Take 1 portion rice to two portions water plus your seasoning–bring to a boil in your pot or rice cooker. When the water has finished boiling off your rice is ready. Really, it’s that simple to cook rice. There’s really no secret.

Me being a rice farmer I have a nice advantage that I have access to a small milling machine and can have freshly milled rice.

Sandi Brock Vlog – Such Sweet Sorrow

A long day on the road, so I thought I’d bring my iphone and vlog along the way. Today started off with a morning meeting, then back home to load lambs for shipping. Tried to get these jobs done to free up my day tommorrow, where we say our final goodbyes to the most wonderful man I’ve ever known, my Grandpa.



Cow Vet Vlog – Fidget Spinner

Prebreeding palpations, semen testing, a fidget spinner review, and Emerson’s first bike race!

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