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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Remember those conversations you‘ve had around the bed of a pickup truck? New ideas are thrown out, random conversation topics come to light, and everyone is having a good time. Those late-night conversations where neighbors, friends, or family gather around the bed of a tailgate. Well, that‘s exactly what The Farmers Risk podcast aspires to be. Join us as we bring you insightful conversations with thought-leaders in the agricultural industry. Farmers Risk Inc is a CFTC registered Introducin ...
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My fab 4! I'm talking about farmers market, festivals, fairs and flea markets. This is my idea of a good day: Being outside and trying new things. Each episode I will talk about current and upcoming fab 4's! Come along for the ride with me and my family. Follow me on Instagram for pictures: shantehassel.alicestable
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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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In this episode from Farmers National Bank, Tracie Morgan, Jennifer Franks and Justin Nichols discuss bridging the gap between traditional and digital banking. FNB is dedicated to offering personalized service to their customers either in-person or through digital services. Tracie and Jennifer introduce you to digital banking products, discuss new …
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In this episode, as farmers leader Minette Batters prepares to stand down, we reflect on her time as NFU president. Essex farmer Tom Bradshaw, who is set to replace Ms Batters, asks farmers to judge the NFU on the outcome of the Red Tractor farm assurance review. We find out about how a Scottish beef producer is benefiting from focusing on good tim…
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On this weeks podcast Niall Canning from Rosses Point in Co Sligo joins Shanon Kinahan to talk all things farming, football and finding life long a passion in showing cattle.Niall is a seasoned show man, an ex-county footballer with a new found love for running and a school teacher among many other things. Niall is a wealth of knowledge and in this…
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Not all farm animals are soft like woolly sheep or docile like grazing cows. Some in fact, would eat you, if given the chance. Crocodile farming is not for the faint-hearted and today we’re catching up with the family who established Queensland’s first commercial crocodile farm in 1981. Croc leather, meat and tours are growing in popularity. But th…
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What has it really been like to be the NFU's first female president? After six years at the top, Minette Batters reflects on the highs and lows of her time in the top job, what the future holds for the union and her biggest worry for the farming industry going forward, as well as her top tips for the next president and why they should keep their di…
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We invited Rob Moore for his unparalleled expertise in farmland investment, as demonstrated by his role as Director of Farm Operations at AcreTrader. Rob's insights into the intricate world of agricultural real estate, including partnership facilitation for farmers and meticulous diligence processes, promised to offer listeners valuable knowledge a…
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To mark the one-year anniversary of Cyclone Gabrielle, Gisborne farmer Sam Hain and Federated Farmers national board member Sandra Faulkner join us to recount their experiences of the event, how the rebuild has unfolded in the past 12 months, and what still needs to happen with the recovery. Useful links: www.commencetherefence.co.nz www.farmyarmy.…
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Join us for the fourth episode in our Here By the Owl series, featuring ag educators and FFA advisors and why they are vital to the sustainability of the agriculture industry. This episode features Mrs. Lori Hoppe, an ag teacher and FFA Advisor of 15+ years, currently investing in students in Gardiner, Montana. Listen as she details her journey fro…
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Today’s episode comes to you from Plainfield, New Hampshire where we visit with Pooh Sprague of Edgewater Farm. This episode is a bit of a ramble as a 50 year career in farming is expected to be! That being said in this episode Pooh Shares: How he got started in the early 70’s Selling bedding plants Labor challenges 100 acres, over 30 high tunnels,…
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This week, we chat to Adam Woods on the beef price slump, Darren Carty on the latest ACRES developments and Aidan Brennan discusses a need for a backstop on the nitrates derogation. Also, John O’ Loughlin from Grassland AGRO talks February fertiliser.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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On this week’s show we have the latest update on rules surrounding bare patches and crops which didn’t establish from the Department of Agriculture. We have the latest on the three-crop rule, preview the tillage pages and have the latest tillage news. Last week the Irish Farmers Journal attended the BASF technical conference and on this week’s show…
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This week’s podcast is a very special insight into mental health in farming. This week marks the Farm Safety Foundation’s Mind Your Head campaign - an initiative to promote mental health as the biggest hidden problem facing farmers today. So our guests for the podcast are two of the most inspirational people I have had the pleasure of interviewing.…
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This week, we catch up with dairy farmer Enda Walsh on balancing returning home with travel, the mindset needed for farming full-time with your parents and the KPIs central to successful spring calving.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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This week, thousands of farmers rally at Carmarthen livestock mart to protest against Welsh government policies for agriculture. Farmers and crofters attending the NFU Scotland annual conference in Glasgow give their thoughts on ways to secure a sustainable and profitable future. At the Base UK conference in Nottingham, USA-based soil health guru J…
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Ahead of this year's NFU elections, Farmers Guardian's news and business team spoke to the candidates standing to be president, deputy president and vice-president. Tom Bradshaw, David Exwood, Rachel Hallos, Michael Oakes, Thomas Binns, Matt Culley and Mark Jeffrey share their views on Red Tractor, member engagement and diversity.…
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On this week’s tillage podcast we talk to the head of agronomy at Dyson Farming Ben Abell. Ben spoke at the Drummonds conference a few weeks ago. We want to hear your opinions and get some feedback on the tillage podcast. Fill out the survey at this link: https://form.jotform.com/240374041518046 to be in with a chance to win a €100 one4all voucher.…
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Thrilled to have Amanda Nigg on this week’s episode, the powerhouse behind FarmFit Training, who's turned life's challenges into a fitness fiesta! From 15-minute farmyard workouts to creating the iconic John Deere green WarBell, Amanda brings a unique and fun spin to health and wellness. Episode highlights: Turning Adversity into Empowerment Creati…
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Where do all those marked, undersized, scratched and cracked pieces of fruit and vegetables end up? Most shops and consumers won’t even look at them. But my guest today is turning second-grade produce into top-notch snacks, meals and garnishes. It’s amazing how with a dehydrator, aesthetics suddenly aren’t all that important. The magic of turning f…
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This week, Darren talks about new beef welfare scheme and the new sheep scheme. Aiden Brennan on nitrates and Siobhan Walsh tells us the news from the Teagasc Tillage conference and winter straw scarcity저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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In this week’s Farmers Guardian podcast, Emily Ashworth sits down with Louisa Clutterbuck at Eat Wild – formerly British Game Assurance – to speak about how game meat, from pheasant to venison, is a sustainable option. Through Eat Wild, Louise is looking to bring game meat into the mainstream and educate people on why they should be eating more of …
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In this episode, we discuss whether UK farmers should take to the streets following protests by French and German growers and livestock producers., We look at the impact of the wet weather on spring cropping decisions – and how growers might overcome a shortage of spring seed. The Welsh government is accused of pursuing an environmental policy whic…
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This week’s tillage podcast comes from the Teagasc National Tillage Conference held on Wednesday. We have the results of the Teagasc winter planting survey, advice on how to manage poor crops and on planting decisions this season from Shay Phelan and Dermot Forristal.We chat to Teagasc’s John Spink on the carbon footprint of Irish grain. We have de…
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We invited Cassidy Johnson, a first-generation rancher, advocate, and speaker, for her unparalleled insights into the beef industry and agriculture. Cassidy's unique perspective on the industry's challenges and opportunities, her advocacy for effective communication with newer generations, and her commitment to navigating difficult conversations ma…
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This week, Adam Woods talks about understanding beef price leagues published exclusively in this week’s Farmers Journal, Darren Carty on the key messages from the Teagasc sheep conferences and Aidan Brennan on the latest on the VAT debacle.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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To kick off the new Federated Farmers Podcast, we hear from national president Wayne Langford, who discusses his journey from Golden Bay dairy farmer to taking the helm at Feds. Wayne reflects on recent policy wins for farmers, challenges faced, and outlines his strong vision for a united agricultural sector over the next two-and-a-half years. He a…
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On this week's show we have an update on the three-crop rule for 2024 which farmers must comply with. Drummonds held its winter conference this week and we talk to Drummonds agronomist Brian Reilly and Grassland Agro’s John O’Loughlin from the conference. Brian updates us on planting in the north east and John has an update on the fertiliser databa…
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We invited Ali Cox to the podcast for her unique expertise as a founder of the Agri-marketing firm Noble West and fifth-generation farmer. Her insights into transforming agricultural businesses through brand marketing, storytelling, and adapting to modern challenges offer a valuable perspective to our audience. Episode highlights: Unveiling the Nob…
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On this week’s Youngstock Podcast, Stephen Robb talks to John Hegarty, Area Manager with Yara International about his career so far which has taken him from Inishowen, to family farming in France, to working on the 37,000ac Dyson Farming business in the UK and back to Inishowen.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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In this Farmers Guardian podcast episode, we are reporting live from LAMMA Show 2024. You can listen to head of Machinery, Toby Whatley, talk all about the mood at LAMMA and the outlook for the machinery market, while online editor, Emily Ashworth, reports live from the careers zone where this year, for the first time ever, 30 children were brought…
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You could describe my guest today as a country girl trapped in the city. Growing up in Adelaide, there was always a country calling for Meridie Jackson. But it certainly hasn’t come easy. She’s had to take the long road to get there – from a corporate career, to the job of being a mum. Only in the last few years has her dream come true. She’s offic…
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90% of the microbes in the human gut are also present in our soils. Yes—everything is connected when it comes to nutrition. Healthier soil biology translates to healthier, more nutrient-dense plants, which translates to a healthier and more secure food supply for people. But how do you take care of your soil biology properly? It's a balancing act. …
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In this episode, we find out what's hot and what's not with thousands of farmers at the LAMMA machinery show in Birmingham. Red Tractor bosses face a call to resign as growers and livestock producers say the farm assurance scheme is too onerous and delivers little benefit. We've our regular market round-up – and all the latest commodity prices. We …
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Farmer and BBC Countryfile presenter Adam Henson talks about rural mental health and the personal reason behind setting up his new rural mental health podcast 'Keeping on Track' after losing a farming friend to suicide. He not only talks about the importance of the farming community coming together, but the need to reconnect again with consumers; f…
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On this week’s show we report from the Dairygold Tillage Conference. We chat to Bank of Ireland’s head of agriculture Eoin Lowry on tillage farmer’s finances and changes in markets over time. We have a chat with Cork farmer Rob Coleman about regenerative agriculture and Dairygold’s Liam O’Flaherty on beans price and Irish animal feed. We have an up…
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Join us for a special series of The Farm Report in collaboration with Heritage Radio Network that's all about The Farm Bill. Tune in to hear from farmers, policymakers, organizers, and food advocates about all the ways the farm bill directly impacts our lives - whether we realize it or not. We’ll break down farm policy and talk to young farmers abo…
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Mike Marshall from Tolosa Property Group, with over 15 years of experience in land use and development, joined the podcast to share insights on forced appreciation in real estate. Mike discussed the distinction between operational and physical improvements, emphasizing his focus on the latter. The conversation covered the criteria for identifying o…
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Welcome to this special episode of the Farmers Weekly Podcast – the Farmers Weekly Question Time event at the Great Yorkshire Showground. Recorded in front of a live studio audience, farmers, students and other guests quiz industry leaders on topical agricultural issues. Our panel is: Defra minister Robbie Moore MP Sophie Thoup, head of agriculture…
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This week we talk beef price bonuses, the impact of the lower lamb crop, the ongoing implications of the derogation cut and farmers growing less grass in 2023. We also talk to John O’Loughlin from Grassland AGRO on the early season grassland jobs.저자 Irish Farmers Journal
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This week’s podcast is a very special insight into diversity and inclusivity in farming from the Oxford Farming Conference. News reporter Chris Brayford sat down with Inclusive Farm co-founder Mike Duxbury and dairy farmer Rory Christie from Dumfries during the conference to discuss the issues surrounding diversity in farming and the positive inroa…
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