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A podcast for Kiwi farmers to stay up to date with the latest news and views shaping the future of farming in New Zealand. Tune in every fortnight as we take a deep dive into the big issues. Hosted by Ben Chapman-Smith.
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Two Grumpy Farmers

Two Grumpy Farmers

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Taking on all of our world's problems one podcast at a time from the perspective of agriculture, AJ Lanier and Tyler Tobald are Two Grumpy Farmers. These two farmers from totally different backgrounds enjoy tackling the tough issues that face the world today. They're not shy, they're not censored, and they're not fans of engineers. These Two Grumpy Farmers will tell it how it is.
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The Farmers Guardian podcast brings you real farmer stories, the latest news and discussion about all the issues affecting the farming community. Listen on the go as the Farmers Guardian team talk through the latest issues across the dairy, livestock and arable sectors affecting your farming business, featuring special guests who share their personal experiences.
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The Irish Farmers Journal has over 400,000 weekly print readers (Kantar Media’s 2023 TGI Survey) and was awarded 2023 Irish Media Brand of the Year. Get the latest farming news, prices, analysis and advice from the award-winning Farmers Journal team in our podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Australian Farmers: Telling Our Story is hosted by television presenter and journalist, Angie Asimus and is powered by the National Farmers Federation. It’s dedicated to connecting our wonderful farmers with health conscious consumers and ethically minded shoppers. Together, we can all learn more about the food we eat and the fibre we wear. This is your exclusive look behind the farm gate. As a country girl herself, Angie knows you'll love what you hear. From the freshest produce, to carbon ...
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Welcome to the sister podcast of Youtuber bareflowerfarm where we interview flower farmers with all experiences- those with just 1 year under their belt to over a decade. So many small flower farms are successful, yet ”fly under the radar” and it’s my goal to highlight their experiences and learnings so that we can all benefit. These interviews are originally made for Youtube, and we encourage your to check out our Youtube channel for visuals and even more episodes! www.youtube.com/@bareflow ...
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Farmers National Bank Locally owned and managed for over 120 years. Discover the intersection of agriculture and finance with the Farmers National Bank podcast channel. In this financial podcast we cultivate financial wisdom for the agricultural community. Join us for insightful discussions on farm finance, agribusiness trends, and expert advice to help you grow your personal and agricultural banking ventures.
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The Farmers Story features farmers, ranchers, agriculture educators, and more as we seek to advocate for agriculture through the stories and experiences of real-life people. Hear their incredible recounts of the struggles and blessings that working in agriculture brings, and how they fulfill their mission to feed the world.
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FARMERS ON FIRE

Dr. Joseph Deji Folutile

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Welcome to FARMERS ON FIRE Podcast where notable and successful farmers are interviewed by Dr. Joseph Deji-Folutile to instruct, motivate and inspire farmers to succeed faster and better.
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In The Farmers I Know podcast, Carolyn Hirshon honors farmers as thought leaders, encouraging them to share their stories and ideas on addressing social and environmental justice issues in their communities through sustainable agriculture.
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The Farmers Podcast

Noel Bubner and Andrew Parker

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The Farmers Podcast is a series of light hearted chats with farmers who have diversified their businesses. We also have a talk to some of the characters and story tellers involved directly with agriculture to hear their stories.
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Each week, we'll interview a different member of Practical Farmers of Iowa about their farm. We’ll hear practical information from all types of farmers: new and experienced; young and old; small and large; horticulture, livestock and row-crop farmers. We’ll talk with farmers about the issues most relevant to the farming community: the nitty gritty of growing and raising all sorts of plants and animals; on-farm research; protecting and improving soil and water quality; farm profitability; the ...
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Farmers Jam Radio lives at the intersection of culture and agriculture -- discussing climate change, systemic racism, healthcare, education, and more. Meet farmers, reporters and policy makers from the world of agriculture, with news updates, interviews, and the occasional jam session. Farmers Jam is a collective of farmers and friends who play music, make jam, and plant fruit trees. Learn more about our live music events, weekly agriculture newsletter, and delicious jam flavors at www.thefa ...
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Developing Successful Farmers focuses on starting farming, production, and topics to help make beginning farmers more successful. Join the Penn State Extension New and Beginning Farmer Team for informal educational conversations with educators, industry experts, and Penn State faculty and research. Each week we will cover topics that will help new and beginning farmers become more aware of the resources to assist their journey to enter farming. Guests will provide information within their fi ...
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Hello and welcome to Farmer’s Capital Conversations with Casey Silveria (that’s me). I’m on a mission to bring you insightful conversations. Our goal is to help you grow your social and intellectual capital. Investing on and off the farm can be a real challenge, and we get that. That’s why we are here to share practical stories and valuable resources to make it a bit easier. We believe in transparency every step of the way. No fluff here, just genuine connections without ads. If you find val ...
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FCLG: Farmers Sharing Calls

Fellowship of Christ-Like Growers

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As farmers, we often choose our agronomy strategies alone, with only sales pitches to guide us. We worry for our farm’s future because our success depends on salespeople who may place their interests ahead of ours. The Fellowship of Christ Like Growers is working to change this with our Farmers Sharing Calls. Our podcasts are an opportunity to bless each other with shared knowledge without sales pitches and the pressure to buy something. We center our discussions around soil health, not a pa ...
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For people passionate about farming, gardening, food politics, food security, and the intersections among these topics. Jordan Marr, a certified organic farmer in British Columbia, interviews farmers, gardeners, academics, and journalists about stuff farmers and food system nerds care about. If where and how your food is produced matters to you, this podcast is produced for you!
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Young Farmers Podcast

National Young Farmers Coalition

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The Young Farmers Podcast, a project of the National Young Farmers Coalition, is digging into the most critical issues facing the future of farming: land access, climate change, racial equity, water for the next generation, government access and accountability. This season, you’ll hear from policy makers, experts and advocates, and, of course, young farmers themselves, all fighting to make sure that the 2023 Farm Bill does what we need it to do: supports the future of farming in the U.S. Lis ...
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Meet the Co-op Farmers

Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals

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Presented by www.coopfarming.coop. A candid new podcast series will tell the stories of Australian farmers transforming their businesses and fighting back from the brink by working together. Featuring leading primary producers, the eight-episode podcast MEET THE CO-OP FARMERS will address some of the biggest issues in farming, put forward solutions aimed at future-proofing Australian family farms and talk to farmers and fishers fighting back with the co-operative model. Pete Lewis speaks fra ...
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We all need to eat. Every day. Whether you are omnivore, vegetarian, vegan, paleo, the human body still needs food. Which means that farmers are essential to our lives. But who are the people who grow and raise food & fibre in Australia? How is it grown? What are the misconceptions, controversies, points of contention between eaters and growers? We ask all these questions and more as we endeavour to build a bridge from the country to the city and help people who like to eat understand the pr ...
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If you’re a dog lover, you’d be no stranger to the impressive intelligence, agility and loyalty of working dogs. But these special animals gained a whole new fan club with the hit TV series Muster Dogs. Today I speak with the owner of star pup Gossip. There is a lot to breeding these amazing canines that are so highly sought after on farms that som…
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This week, we talked to Adam Woods on the impact the weather has had on the beef trade, Darren Carty on the details of the new sheep scheme and Aidan Brennan on the upcoming breeding season who also talks to Laurence Shalloo on balancing clover Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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In this week's episode, we catch up and get back into the groove; we discuss future plans and long films and talk about how Jay has prepared a little game that is potentially out of date before we played it. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-farmers-league/message…
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In this episode, the government relaxes flood compensation rules after one of the UK's worst flood-hit farmers found himself ineligible for payment. Tenant farmers call for talks with landowners who want to take back farmland so they can claim inheritance tax relief. We've all the latest market prices – and take a special look at the record-breakin…
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Young farmers has been an integral part of John Housemans upbringing as a farmers son from Yorkshire. While sat in a tractor on his placement year with Harper Adams in 2019 he heard the news that the National Federation of Young Farmers Clubs (https://www.nfyfc.org.uk/) had decided to cancel their annual AGM. After setting up a Facebook event, it s…
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Robyn is a microgrower in MA. She took The Tulip Workshop to maximize her indoor growing space where she was able to grow over 5000 stems this winter. Without a website or a traditional sales outlet, she was able to move a majority of these stems through pop ups! We talk in detail about how she approaches pop ups, realistic expectations and how a "…
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Want some practical advice on how to hit the ground running as a contract milker? Our guests Danielle Hovmand, Federated Farmers Waikato dairy vice chair, and Sam Ebbett, our Taranaki dairy chair and national sharefarmer chair, share what they learned as contract milkers, including how to do your homework, manage the money, not burn yourself out, a…
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Today’s episode comes to you from Charlotte Vermont, where we visit with Adam Hausmann and Jessica Sanford of Adams Berry Farm. Our visit today will be split into two episodes, the first one, is a walking tour of his blueberry fields, and strawberry patches, and raspberry plantings. We step inside the high tunnels to look at the fruit in there, as …
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On today's episode, our Two Grumpy Farmers AJ and Tyler decide to jump headfirst into the dumpster fire that is the debate over minimum wage. They gripe and discuss about the unintended consequences of minimum wage, and how it has actually caused more problems while simultaneously not solving the original problem it was created to address in the fi…
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On this week’s show we look at another bumper tillage paper that includes the 2024 Crop Protection Magazine. We have an update from agronomists across the country, talk to Steven Kildea about potato blight, Dermot Forristal of Teagasc on getting through work when the weather picks up. We also have an update from the National Fodder and Food Securit…
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On this week’s Young Stock Podcast we talk to Conor Condron from Co Offaly. Conor recently started working for commodity consulting company, Black Silo. He wants to see Irish farmers use tools to reduce the risk involved in selling commodities. He was in Brazil at the beginning of the year for the soybean harvest and is travelling to Romania this w…
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This week, we chat to Adam Woods on buying stock bulls, Darren Carty on scour in lambs and Aidan Brennan on all things weather and grazing as the rain pours down. We also talk to Edward Healy from Grassland AGRO on managing fertilizer for silage. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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In this episode, beef farmers fear they could be driven out of business by government plans to reduce emissions and improve efficiency. A police investigation continues – one year after Farmers Weekly blew the whistle on a food safety scandal involving illegal meat. We’ve our regular market roundup and all the latest commodity prices. And we visit …
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This week on the podcast Declan O’Brien talks about potential fodder supports that are on the table as well as advice around getting cows out grazing. Anne O’Donoghue and Noel Bardon discuss Kerry top-ups, how BISS applications are progressing and ICSA 2023 accounts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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As an upland tenant farmer the NFU’s new vice-president Rachel Hallos will be a powerful voice as the union navigates unprecedented change.She may be new to the role, but NFU vice president Rachel Hallos was keen to let members know she was not afraid to ‘speak openly', promising to bring some 'straight-talking northern charm' to the leadership tea…
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On this week’s tillage podcast we joined contractor John Hughes from Co Kilkenny on the tractor when he was out planting beans on Tuesday, 2 April. He sows beans from Wexford to Westmeath and has a busy time ahead when the weather picks up. We have the latest tillage news, chat with renewables editor Stephen Robb about the upcoming Irish Farmers Jo…
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In this week’s Young Stock Podcast, Peter Thomas Keaveney speaks with Conor Trimble at the Claas UK headquarters in the south east of England. The County Down man works for Claas UK, the distributor of all Claas products such as tractors, combines, forage harvesters and grassland equipment for the Irish and UK markets. We are currently recording th…
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The humble orange finds its way into most fruit bowls at some stage during the year. We know it’s a powerhouse for immune boosting Vitamin C. But there’s so much more to citrus than many of us know. What better way to find out than with a farmer who grows 14 different varieties. And for a fruit that is usually purchased for its flesh, not its skin,…
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This week, Adam Woods reports on the good mart trade for cattle, Martin Merrick talks about record land prices and rising concrete costs and Aidan Brennan talks about the impact of continued bad weather, fodder and the latest on milk prices Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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In this episode, farmers drive dozens of tractors through central London and call for a better deal from the Westminster government. Why won’t Defra do more to keep illegal meat imports out of the country? We’ve more on the government's decision to limit the amount of land entered into its Sustainable Farming Incentive scheme. And #AreEWEok? We spe…
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Shadow Defra Secretary Steve Reed admits previously the Labour party had lost connection with the countryside and farming communities and said he hoped to turn it around in the next General Election later this year, adding he wanted to 'give farmers their future back', recognising that Labour was started to 'get a hearing' in rural seats, but ackno…
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This week’s tillage podcast is packed with news, technical information and interviews. We have the latest on the Food Vision Tillage Report, an interview with the manager of the Kepak Farm in Co Meath, an update on potato blight, a suggested new tillage scheme and much more. As always we have the grain market and weather report. The Tillage Podcast…
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Helen Sharp is joined by Irish Equine Veterinary Association committee members Dr Sue Salter of SES Equine Veterinary Services and Dr Sarah Ross of the Irish Equine Centre to answer the most popular breeding questions sent in by our readers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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SOOOO much to talk about here with @jordonsflowerfarm. Lots of successes but also lots of failures and we won't shy away from discussing where we went wrong and how that impacts next year's plans. Topics being covered: Field grown tulips in a hot zone (Oklahoma) General failure/attrition between field & hydroponically forced tulips Sales strategy f…
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What steps can farmers take right now, and over the next few years, to get a lower interest rate from the banks? ASB’s Rural GM Aidan Gent joins us to explain how farmers can strengthen their position with the banks, including showing up with a clear budget and strategy, knowing your business’s strengths and weaknesses, and demonstrating how you be…
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In this emergency podcast, we get to grips with Defra's announcement placing restrictions on land going into the Sustainable Farming Incentive. Under the changes, SFI applicants will only be able to put 25% of their land into six SFI actions that take land out of direct food production. The announcement was made by Defra on Monday 25 March 2024 – a…
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Meet the new entrant Dairy farmer who is milking 200 cows on 90% leased land. Declan Collins spoke with Robert Tobin, better known as ‘Tobin Farms’ on Instagram on how he got into dairy farming, the difficult spring so far and what it takes to be a good employer Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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This week, Adam Woods chats about what's behind the booming cattle trade, Darren Carty on the trade for leasing and selling entitlements and Aidan Brennan on managing grazing as the rain pours down. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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In this episode, Red Tractor Assurance abandons plans for farmers to carbon footprint their businesses under its Greener Farms Commitment. We find out what growers are doing while waiting to see if the weather will dry up in time to plant spring cereal crops. Are agronomists about to become obsolete? We discover how artificial intelligence promises…
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This week Rachel Donovan chats to news correspondents Noel Bardon and Anne O’Donoghue about who will be exempt from farm inspections, FBD refunds to farmer customers following an overcharge, the latest in Irish politics as well as an update from the NDC’s interim boss Mark Keller. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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On this week’s show we talk fieldwork, hear about a request for €60m in funding for tillage, forage crop options and welcome the From the Tramline farmers for 2024. We caught up with Teagasc tillage adviser Conor O’Callaghan at a recent Teagasc Signpost walk on Kepak’s farm in Co Meath. As always, we bring you the latest news, grain market and weat…
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Newly elected council chair of National Federation for Young Farmers clubs (NFYFC), Drew Bailey is from a non-farming background and joined NFYFC when he was 15 years old. In his new role he is passionate about ensuring NFYFC is a place for everyone who wants to be involved regardless of their background, sexuality or ethnicity. The sense of belong…
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Meet the young man who took ABP’s stand at the Tullamore Show. Anne O’Donoghue talks to James Stokes of Freeway Poultry about why he started his flock, being a teenage entrepreneur and expanding his business. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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I sat down with Marie aka @floristsonfarms for a chat. We talk a bit about Marie's background, having grown up in the floral industry and how she ended up as a farmer florist. More importantly, she shares how her design skills help set her apart from a highly competitive floral market where floral prices can reach rock bottom. For more content, che…
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** Trigger Warning** In this episode, we do talk about suicide, which can be distressing. If you need resources or support go to beyondblue.org or for 24 hour free counselling in Australia, the number for Lifeline is 13 11 14. Leila McDougall wears many hats – not just an Akubra. As well as being a farmer, she’s a mother, a teacher, a writer, produ…
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On this week’s show we talk SCEP, trade for entitlements ahead of BISS deadline and we catch up with New Zealand dairy farmer, Olin Greenan for an update on what’s happening there. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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In this episode, we find out how farmers in England are set to be the first in Europe to grow gene-edited crops. We discover how water management is helping UK farmers ride out the wet winter weather into spring. We’ve our regular market round-up – and all the latest commodity prices. And we get the low-down on new podcast by Somerset farmer and fo…
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Farmers Guardian editor Olivia Midgley speaks to Soil Association chief executive Helen Browning and Overbury Farms regenerative farming manager Jake Freestone who were speaking at the Low Carbon Agriculture show, organised by Farmers Guardian's parent company Agriconnect. The two-day conference and expo saw a range of high-profile speakers debate …
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On this week’s tillage podcast we have all the latest news including details on the scrapping of the three-crop rule for this season, possible changes coming from the EU and an update from the fields. We chat to Steven Kildea of Teagasc on septoria control in the season ahead and we visited Tirlán’s oat mill in Portlaoise a few weeks ago where we h…
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This is going to be a really interesting conversation. I'm personally excited to catch up with Jordon because she is doing SO much especially in year 2, some of it quite high stakes when it comes to $ & time investment. High level, we will be talking about: 1) Pushing the envelope when it comes to what we're seeding and experimenting growing wise 2…
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Welcome to this special episode of the Farmers Weekly Podcast – the Farmers Weekly Question Time event at Rothamsted Research in Hertfordshire. Recorded in front of a live studio audience, farmers, students and other guests quiz industry leaders on topical agricultural issues. Our panel is: Climate change minister Lord Benyon Victoria Vyvyan, presi…
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Farm confidence has bounced back from last year’s record lows, but is this the start of a genuine lift in confidence or a 'dead cat bounce'? Auckland farmer Tim Dangen and Federated Farmers national president Wayne Langford join us to discuss our latest Farm Confidence Survey results. They talk about what's driving the shift in mood, what's concern…
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In this episode, we find out what the last spring budget before the general election means for your farm business. NFU president Tom Bradshaw says direct action by farmers in England isn't necessary to get their message across. We've our regular market round-up – and all the latest commodity prices. And we speak to the farmer who rowed across the A…
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