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On the air for more than three decades, “U.S. Farm Report” remains the longest-running syndicated program focusing on agriculture, rural issues and the country lifestyle. Hosted by multimedia agricultural journalist with Missouri roots Tyne Morgan, a new edition of the program airs each weekend coast-to-coast. Along with perspective from John Phipps, “U.S. Farm Report” includes weekly contributions from Meteorologist Mike Hoffman, and a stable of the nation’s leading market analysts.
 
Learn about the people, processes, and policies that shape how food is produced today, from the latest agricultural innovations to the day-to-day challenges of running a viable business growing vegetables and grazing cattle. Host Lisa Elaine Held is an experienced journalist who covers food, agriculture, and the environment for Civil Eats, The Guardian, and many other publications. On The Farm Report, she engages in conversations with farmers, farmworkers and the people who work alongside th ...
 
Far from the troubles of city life, the folks on Succotash Road do their best to live a full life. From farming to friendships to a radio show, there is always plenty to do in the Whooley River Valley, home of Huxton Township and Succotash Road. Visit with the Calabash clan and their friends and neighbors in the series Succotash Road and hear the radio show that Tucker and Betty Hayes broadcast each week on the Midnight Farm Report.
 
The Australian Farm Institute is an independent institute leading farm policy discussions for agriculture. Series 1 features recordings of the AFI's Roundtable held in October 2019 discussing how Australia values agriculture's natural capital. Click the link below for Roundtable slide decks and speech transcripts farminstitute.org.au/news-and-events/ART_2019/Roundtable-2019-speakers Series 2 presents discussions on topical policy issues from AFI’s research and publications agenda. Podcast pr ...
 
Brought to you in part by Waltons. Visit Waltons.com for more information! The Ranger Report Podcast is a podcast that covers the Texas Rangers baseball organization. We have new episodes every Thursday morning*. We bring you news, opinion, farm reports and interviews as well as some information and humor along the way. We hope that you will check us out and tell your Texas Rangers friends about us. Affiliated with therangerreport.com
 
When reporter Peter Sommers returns to his grandparents' farm in the wake of their death, he uncovers a horrifying mystery that challenges everything he knows about his family, his sanity and reality itself. Created by bestselling author David Vienna, Barren is presented by Ridiculous Danger. #BarrenPodcast
 
The "Kansas Ag Report" is a weekly, half hour, news-focused agriculture television show hosted by Ken Rahjes. The program airs across the State of Kansas over several broadcast stations on Saturday mornings: 5:30 WIBW-13 (Topeka); 6:00 KSCW-33 (Wichita) and 6:30 FOX 14 (Pittsburg). In its eighth year, the program pinpoints and discusses issues important to Kansas agriculture. including current crop conditions, market updates, legislative reports, the latest technologies and other helpful pro ...
 
SafeDay Trading focuses on teaching our students how to trade the financial markets short term. The goal of our program is to make learning short term trading (or in other words day trading) easy, exciting, and fun while giving you the student the highest quality of education possible. For the everyday investor, the Financial Markets represent a fantastic way to manage your own money through trading various financial instruments. Although, day trading involves risk, it can be managed by lear ...
 
Hosted by TV personality James Freemantle and TV Reporter and Presenter Andrea Crothers, the Great Southern Grass Matters podcast will feature insights into the Great Southern Farm Assurance value chain with the latest from the paddock to the market. The podcasts will also feature a range of special guests including customers, Farm Assured Producers, industry experts in animal health and research, along with livestock and market experts from across the globe. Released weekly on a Thursday, j ...
 
Fastline Fast Track features agriculture industry newsmakers discussing hot-button issues and the latest in farming equipment and trends that affect farmers from coast to coast, as reported by our Fastline, Big Ag and Pink Tractor publications.The podcast also features "The Legends Stage," a segment presented by the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, featuring up-and-coming and legendary country music artists.
 
True reports, imagined sketches and personal interviews with a common goal: to inspire insights into value creation (or destruction) in supply chains, transactions and behaviours. All borrowed from an unsettled career in sales, marketing, research targeting, product management, supply chains, procurement and consultancy. For obscure reasons, each episode lasts approximatelyn499 seconds Key words: eclectic; liberal; catholic; contrarian; provocative; inciteful (sic); diverse; cynical;
 
Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany's international broadcaster and a trusted source for reliable news and information, providing content in 30 languages to audiences around the world via TV, radio and online. The flagship channel DW provides analysis and insights to viewers around the globe, reporting on important issues in English 24/7. Continuous news reports, special features and talk shows cover everything from business, science and politics to culture and sports, DW brings people closer to ...
 
Haunted History explores fascinating historical places with reported paranormal activity from historic haunts to strange disturbances, and brings them all together with engaging hosts who share both the believable and the unbelievable. Haunted History does its best to focus on places you can still visit today, and provides helpful travel feedback for planning to explore on your own. Join the Haunted History Podcast bi-weekly to learn about new places with crazy stories.
 
Rose Wilder Lane was a newspaper reporter, free-lance writer, political activist, and the daughter of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the "Little House" series of popular children's books. In this biography of Henry Ford, Ms. Lane worked directly with Ford to tell his story from his birth to his founding of the Ford Motor Company and his use of modern assembly lines to mass produce his cars.
 
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As you wrap up your summer with one more boat ride, you may see things you don't want to see -- invasive plants and animals in Wisconsin lakes. UW-Madison Professor Bret Shaw says Wisconsinites do a good job preventing the spread of invasive species. But a recent survey found people don't know how to manage invasives once they do arrive on land or …
 
Andy Harris and Matt Chrietzberg dive into the Braves minor leagues. In a change-of-pace episode, we spend the first half of the podcast previewing the upcoming Double-A South championship season between the Mississippi Braves and either the Birmingham Barons or Montgomery Biscuits. For the second half we review the 2021 season of the Augusta Green…
 
In this episode, a glyphosate shortage is causing havoc for growers trying to get autumn crops in the ground. TV star Jeremy Clarkson says he Backs British Farming Day – and voices support for an NFU report on the UK self-sufficiency in food. In a double dose of dairy stories, we examine plans to boost dairy exports – and we hear from the dairy coo…
 
In the latest Fielding Questions episode, AgCountry Farm Credit Services Market Education Specialist Katie Tangen dives into the markets, including the latest supply/demand numbers from USDA, export markets and more. This podcast, produced in collaboration between AgCountry FCS and the Red River Farm Network, explores the world of farm finance and …
 
Extra virgin olive oil is a delicious, healthy, pantry staple. It can also be a luxury product for special dining experiences. However, most olive oil in the world is low quality and highly processed. What does producing a truly great extra virgin olive oil—from farm to bottle—actually involve? Armando Manni is the founder of Manni Organic Olive Oi…
 
Over the summer, TRNN Editor-in-Chief Maximillian Alvarez traveled to Wisconsin to report on a crucial struggle that has been largely ignored by corporate media. Residents of rural Polk, Burnett, and Crawford counties in Western Wisconsin have been embroiled in battles over the proposed construction of industrial "hog factories" in their communitie…
 
Gabon recently received the first $17 million of a pledged $150 million from Norway for results-based emission reduction payments as part of the Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI). Gabon has 88% forest cover and has limited annual deforestation to less than 0.1% over the last 30 years, in large part possible due to oil revenues supporting the…
 
In this episode of Rattling the Bars, TRNN Executive Producer and former Black Panther Eddie Conway discusses the differences between prisons in Cuba and in the United States. Of the two, only one incarcerates children, only one deliberately isolates prisoners from their families and communities, and only one uses long-term solitary confinement as …
 
It's fall time here in Wisconsin! A favorite activity of many in the fall is visiting a local apple orchard to stock up on the delicious fruit. One of those apple orchards is Munchkey Apples in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, owned by the Tisch family. Laura Tisch shares what their apple crop is looking like this year and encourages people to come out and …
 
Recent developments in a criminal case against a popular Black police chief reveal just how focused American law enforcement is on "bullshit" crimes. The prosecution of Kelvin Sewell for his role in an investigation involving two parked cars has dragged on for nearly six years. Now prosecutors face a hearing over alleged misconduct, but the fact th…
 
It's never too early to start preparing for Christmas, when it comes to Wisconsin's Christmas tree producers. Stephanie Hoff visits with Dean Lemkey of Central Wisconsin Evergreens for an update on Wisconsin's tree crop. It takes months of preparation to produce the perfect tree for your home. The crop of trees for cutting is looking pretty good ar…
 
Wisconsin's ethanol industry is continuing to face challenges after the pandemic. Erik Hushitt, CEO and General Manager of Badger Ethanol in Monroe explains that basically all inputs needed within the plant have skyrocketed in price. Three farms have been named finalists for the Wisconsin Leopold Conservation award. The 54th annual World Dairy Expo…
 
It's time to reap the rewards of hard work and weeding for a lot of gardeners. Making sure you safely harvest and store the garden goods creates a lot of options, and a lot of questions. Stephanie Hoff visits with Heather Quackenboss, UW-Extension Specialist, on some details not to be overlooked when freezing, canning and storing. Fall's quickly ap…
 
Researchers led by Professor Geoffrey Dahl at the University of Florida exposed pregnant Holstein cows to the heat of the Florida summer and gathered data about the resulting offspring, comparing these against data on calves born to cows provided with cooling measures during late pregnancy. The team found that calves born to heat-stressed cows had …
 
Jeff Swenson, Livestock and Meat Specialist with Wisconsin DATCP joins Aaron Zimmerman to talk about current cattle inventories and what that may mean for markets going forward. Dr. Scott Brown, associate extension professor of ag economics at the University of Missouri, estimated recently that the January USDA Cattle Inventory Report could see a 1…
 
The Labor Day holiday led to a smaller weekly cattle harvest of 577,000 head. The supply chain held its collective breath when news of a fire at the JBS Grand Island facility broke on Monday. The plant harvests about 6,000 head per day. Harvest operations resumed on Tuesday. Tyson also experienced a brief shut down due to computer issues. Last week…
 
Even though we have been enjoying the nice warm summer and mild fall weather, the bitter cold Wisconsin winter weather will be here before you know it. With that comes a greater need to heat our homes and farms. Many people in rural areas rely on propane to accomplish that, but this year as with many other fuels around the globe, we may face a prop…
 
Dairy farmers often do not consider biomass energy investments because of the regulatory and business hurdles they can face, explains John Holevoet, director of government affairs at the Dairy Business Association. DBA has partnered with the Wisconsin Biomass Energy Coalition in efforts to make digesters and biomass energy investments more appealin…
 
As Brad Naylor and his brother slept in their parents' home, they were surprised to hear their door kicked open and see guns drawn at 5:00 in the morning. According to the police report, the smell of marijuana lead these officers to enter a home without a warrant and without the consent of the owners. In this episode of PAR, we examine this terrify…
 
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Suicide Prevention Coalition of Iowa County founder and outreach coordinator Susan Springer references 820 suicides in 2020 as reported by the Department of Health Services. For every one of those 820 suicides, there were 25 attempts, she says. And farmers are not immune to mental health crises that …
 
Hay making season is winding down here in the state of Wisconsin as fall is nearing. That will also increase the need to now feed some of those forages harvested to our livestock through the fall and winter. Richard Halopka, Crops & Soils Specialist with UW-Extension in Clark County shares a current hay market and supply update. See omnystudio.com/…
 
In 2019, international fast food chain A&W sold over 7 million pounds of Wisconsin cheese curds. Lined up end-to-end, the curds would equal two round trips from Milwaukee to Green Bay, according to Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin. Building relationships between Wisconsin dairy and restaurants nationwide is the job of Rick Findlay, the vice president of …
 
Hygiene products made with sheep's milk are also becoming increasingly popular, especially for people with sensitive skin. Tammy and Brian Michielson, owners of Maple Hill Farm of Ladysmith, Wisconsin have expanded their business into creating a wide variety of these products. Tammy sells homemade soaps, lotions, bath products and many other things…
 
Karen Nielsen, organization director for the Sheep Dairy Association of Wisconsin shares some of the unique qualities of sheep milk and details about the industry. Even though the industry is small, producers of dairy sheep are wide spread across the state of Wisconsin. Most of these sheep dairies ship their milk to be processed into cheese at mult…
 
Ginny Olson of Fevolden Farm Alpacas in Black River Falls can be found at most festivals featuring animal fibers or local businesses. Her family's farm raises alpacas for fiber and turns those fibers into products for crafts or fashion. Olson says alpaca fiber is a sought out alternative to sheep's wool because it is easier to clean and less irrita…
 
The Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival was a success this year, and one of the elements that made it a success was the stock dog trials that were held. What does it take to raise/train a successful stock dog? Aaron Zimmerman talks with John Wentz, exhibitor at the show, about those elements. Use equipment prices continue to climb as we get closer to…
 
World Beef Expo is on the horizon and Cody Quam, president of the World Beef Expo board explains what they've been doing to engage with exhibitors. He also recaps the successful show they held in 2020 despite the pandemic. Tar spot is revealing its ugly head in Wisconsin corn fields again this year. Dr. Damon Smith, UW-Extension Plant Pathologist, …
 
The growing season may be brief in Alaska, but the 24 hours of sunshine helps many plants excel. Bob Bosold visits with produce farmer, Candi Darinfeld, about the challenges and rewards of farming in Alaska. Another successful Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival concluded Sunday in Jefferson. Interest in fiber arts remains high after the pandemic. Aa…
 
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