The “Future of Agriculture” Podcast with host Tim Hammerich explores the people, perspectives, companies, and ideas shaping the future of agriculture and agribusiness. Tim shares stories of how entrepreneurship, technology, and sustainability are shaping the future of how we produce and consume food, fiber, and natural resources.
Rob is a 5th generation farmer and is raising the same crops on his farm that his family did over 150 years ago. Meeting his wife at age 16 at a 4H dance they have been together ever since. Driven by the 3 F’s… Faith, Family, Farm, they are raising their 4 kids to have an appreciation for where their food comes from and the planning and work it takes to raise a successful crop.
WTF: What the Farm podcast and chat is committed to creating a forum and community for individuals to connect with others and create conversations and discussions about farming and food. The intent is to bridge the gap between those involved within agriculture and to learn from different perspectives with the ultimate goal of creating conversations and discussions to help agriculture become stronger.
Idle Chatter Podcast – where America’s farmers go to listen and learn about their equipment. Host Ray Bohacz is a farmer along with being a recognized technical writer and TV personality in both the agricultural machinery and automotive fields.
This show is about people making a difference in farm & food. Ireland produces some of the best food in the world – and it’s about connecting the people who produce the food with those who consume it. Ag consultant, Brendan Byrne talks to some of the most interesting & innovative minds on the island, brings you stories on sustainability and human health from a global food angle
AgTech So What tells the stories of innovators working at the intersection of agriculture and technology. We go beyond the jargon and dig into the key question that not enough people are asking about agtech: so what? AgTech So What is developed by AgThentic, and hosted by Founder, Sarah Nolet.
The Midwest Farm Wives, Whitney and Kylie, are two millennial farm wives raising lots of littles, figuring out how to run agriculture businesses with their husbands, learning loving and living life day by day in America’s heartland.
Have you ever wondered how your food is made? Join host Trevor Williams, as he interviews farmers, ranchers, and agriculture experts to not only learn more about the food and agriculture industries but also to help bridge the gap between farmers and consumers.
Wendell grew up on dairy farm in Oxford County, the Dairy Capital of Canada and has turned a “temporary” off-farm job into a successful 25 year career in the Ontario feed industry. He is a vocal supporter of farming, particularly animal agriculture. His blog “Old Enough to Know Better” and podcast “The Ontario Agcast” make an effort to help farmers know how they can take action to lower consumer fear about how their food is grown. Wendell and his wife Jennifer live in New Hamburg, Ontario with their 3 children.
Will started Rock & Roll Farming Podcast with the aim of showing off some of the cool and interesting people involved with British and Irish Agriculture, and talking to them about some of the experiences they’ve had, and innovative things they’re doing to drive their businesses forward. He juggles this as best he can with full time farming in partnership with his Parents, and trying to spend as much time as possible with his Wife and four young Daughters. He won Digital Innovator of the Year at the 2017 British Farming Awards for Rock & Roll Farming.
Hostess, Jenny Schweigert of the Keeping Ag Real podcast, has created a show highlighting what is really happening in agriculture in a how its grown point-of-view. From citrus processing managers to farmers and ranchers to the restaurant sector, the show aims to showcase all of agriculture - the good, the bad and even the tough issues facing our industry. Additionally, she will bring perspectives from outside of agriculture on topics such as real food, sustainability, food allergies and family farming.