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"Off The Husk" with Zach Johnson, The Millennial Farmer; Becky Johnson, Mrs. Millennial Farmer; and Randy Nessman, The Master Pipe Layer; Join us as we explore the business of food, fiber, and fuel. Hear from farmers, ranchers, entrepreneurs and agriculture/farming professionals from across the country. What ensues is a politically incorrect podcast filled with genuinely improvised, authentic conversation, laughter and some newfound agriculture knowledge. Grab a cold beer and enjoy our moder ...
 
The Your Dairy Checkoff podcast is a collaboration between national and local checkoff organizations to showcase examples of how dairy promotion programs are working together to build dairy sales and consumption as well as consumer trust in today’s changing marketplace to maximize dairy farmers checkoff investment. Each episode will be hosted by dairy farmers or industry experts. Listeners will hear dairy farmer conversations on local, national, and global dairy promotion including consumer ...
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
"Blessing in Disguise" is a conversation about what hopeful messages and rituals might lie hidden in Christian doctrine for the modern secular millennial trying to do good in the world. We met and got catechized in El Salvador, and we hope to explore the biggest, thorniest concepts within Christianity to offer new perspectives and help inspire our generation to continue to act for peace and justice in a complicated world. Hosted by: Laurel Marshall completed her Masters in Theology from the ...
 
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World leaders have committed to tackling global hunger, climate change and biodiversity loss at an historic UN Food Systems Summit. More than 150 countries made commitments to transform their food systems, while championing greater participation and equity, especially amongst farmers, women, youth and indigenous groups. What is this global food sys…
 
In this episode of Farm Equipment’s Used Equipment Remarketing Roadmaps podcast, Casey Seymour of Moving Iron LLC talks with regular guest Rich Posson of the Critical Point Podcast, who joins him to talk about how the economy is doing as a whole as we near the start of the fourth quarter and how labor challenges and unemployment are impacting thing…
 
We go Off The Husk with small family farm "Freedom Farms-Travis and Chrissy Linden". Travis is a combat veteran who had dreamed of owning and running his own farm since since he was a kid growing up in Southern Illinois. The military moved Travis and his family all over USA before Travis and Chrissy landed in Texas County Missouri. They Currently f…
 
Everything is changing down on the farm, except for the laws. How do farmers and ranchers keep up while they diversify in to direct to consumer sales, wedding sites, field dinners, local meat processing, pesticide drift, agri-tourism, cottage food, food safety liability, NIMBY neighbors, run off, carbon credits, etc? The trusty local lawyer may not…
 
How does the dairy checkoff’s NFL partnership benefit our Fuel Up To Play 60 program in schools and help sell more dairy products? The NFL is the most popular U.S. sport in terms of game attendance, TV ratings, and merchandise. Many beverage brands including soda and water advertise with the NFL, why not just do that and advertise milk? In this epi…
 
Call it what you will, the climate is weird and getting more dangerous. Still reactive blanket prescriptions for changing the world’s diets must take in to account that over 800,000 people are subsisting on incomes of $2 per day. In these areas the most serious threat is physical and cognitive stunting of up to 30% of the children due to poor diets…
 
The world can draw down all of our Carbon emissions if agriculture fully embraced regenerative agriculture. Soils must be regularly monitored by probing carbon levels because the more that is in the soil the less is in the atmosphere. These themes are promoted by the Chico Center for Regenerative Agriculture and Resilient Systems to reduce greenhou…
 
The Problem... Quantifiable soil health data and standards are lacking. This gap creates uncertainty in how to achieve soil improvements and perpetuates lack of upside for growers. If standardized and benchmarked, soil health can provide a foundation for farm productivity, land value, crop premiums, and sustainable sourcing. We go Off The Husk with…
 
Global regenerative abundance is the goal and holistic management is the way to get there. It’s an abstract perspective at first, but when coached to this vision by the Savory Institute’s Global Network Coordinator, Abbey Smith we get the picture. The Savory Institute sets out to regenerate the world’s grasslands and in that journey regenerates far…
 
The Problem... Quantifiable soil health data and standards are lacking. This gap creates uncertainty in how to achieve soil improvements and perpetuates lack of upside for growers. If standardized and benchmarked, soil health can provide a foundation for farm productivity, land value, crop premiums, and sustainable sourcing. We go Off The Husk with…
 
To cook, farm or eat in a different way requires taking that first step. On Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Ben Glassen has taken first steps in regeneratively raising animals and providing them to consumers who are taking their own first steps, reaping the benefits of regenerative livestock production. Ben’s approach includes leasing (or bor…
 
Tune in to the latest episode of Your Dairy Checkoff podcast to learn how checkoff partnerships with Dominos and Pizza Ranch are helping grow the category in a post-pandemic world. Dairy farmer hosts Carrie Mess of Wisconsin and Jenni Tilton-Flood of Maine are joined by Jon Moss from Pizza Ranch and Paul Ziemnisky of Dairy Management, Inc. to talk …
 
COVID-19 forced thousands of farmers, fishermen, butchers, and food suppliers to make incredible changes that they had never imagined. Fortunately, in the emerging food chain, suppliers of all sizes can compete in the digital world at the intersection of technology and food. Joseph Lee, Co-Founder and CPO of Freshline shares the story of how new ve…
 
What does Social Science have to do with our food system? Professor Silvia Secchi a Social Scientist at the Public Policy Center at the University of Iowa believes it has a key role to play as is clear by her favorite quote from T. W Shultz, “It is especially the social sciences -economics, sociology and political science -which, if prosecuted with…
 
Beer Cans and Bison Skulls-Bison Ranchin’ in South Dakota with Scott Assman from Dakota Pure Bison. Join us as we explore the business of Bison/Buffalo Raching in South Dakota. Premium Bison meat from our pasture to your doo! Two South Dakota ranch families coming together to provide consumers with the highest quality bison meat. Making it easy for…
 
If food insecure populations can’t make it to food markets, bring it to them. With this idea and a grant from the California Department of Agriculture for a Farmers Market Food Truck, this is a dream come true in West Sacramento. Sara Bernal is the program manager for the West Sacramento Urban Farm Program and now with a vehicle the size of a tradi…
 
We interviewed Zach Johnson (The Millennial Farmer) in June of 2021. He donated money to our Department that allowed us to buy important gear to help in grain bin rescues. Be sure to check out his YouTube channel and tell him Kouts Fire sent ya.!! Zach we again would like to thank you for your generosity and support. If you would like to donate to …
 
Food waste presents its own serious crisis. As awareness has risen about the impact of climate change on our environment, we are learning the significant role that food waste plays. In America, 40% of the food supply, from farm to table, is wasted. This excess food ends up in landfills where it creates methane gas, a major contributor to the warmin…
 
In this episode Casey Seymour of Moving Iron LLC and Alan Hoskins president of American Farm Mortgage in Lexington, Ky., talk about the current ag market, share some reflections on the late 70s and how that compares to the inflationary period we are currently in.By Farm Equipment
 
Smelling Bullshit A Mile Off-Drugs and Lambchops with Will Bignell from Thorpe Farm in Australia. Thorpe Farm is a large scale commodity producers of wool and prime lambs running approximately 12,000 sheep on 2600ha. The business runs a 140ha overhead irrigation scheme with the primary focus on growing poppies, lamb fodder crops and cereals for dai…
 
Before he became the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson envisioned a country of 'citizen farmers' who would be engaged in government. Jefferson would have been pleased with citizens like Iowa farmer Francis Thicke and Vermont farmer Dave Chapman who climb off their tractors to Zoom with the Secretary of Agriculture about needed …
 
If more of us pledged our head to clearer thinking, our heart to greater loyalty, our hands to larger service and our health to better living it would be better for us, our clubs, our community, our country and our world. That's been the 4-H pledge for generations, although our "world" is a welcome additional beneficiary. 4-H is not just for farm k…
 
Drugs and Lambchops with Will Bignell from Thorpe Farm in Australia. Thorpe Farm is a large scale commodity producers of wool and prime lambs running approximately 12,000 sheep on 2600ha. The business runs a 140ha overhead irrigation scheme with the primary focus on growing poppies, lamb fodder crops and cereals for dairy farmers. They have 85ha of…
 
Louis Bromfield planted seeds of the food revolution and reminds us to "Never forget that agriculture is the oldest of the honorable professions and that always the good farmer is the fundamental citizen of any community, state or nation." We are reintroduced to the wisdom and vision of Louis Bromfield in the recently published book, "The Planter o…
 
We don't have a single guest here for this episode of Off the Husk. And I would like to say this was planned and we just decided to do things differently, but really it was just because really- It's a lie. Needed to get the podcast out and we just didn't line up a guest. So what we're going to do is we reached out to nobody, we just generically, ge…
 
The first episode, “Reaching Gen Z: Through the World of Gaming,” features a conversation about how the dairy checkoff is looking to online video gaming to reach this consumer segment (ages 10 to 23). With 90 percent of Gen Z active in gaming, this platform provides a great opportunity to share dairy’s farm-to-table story in an engaging, interactiv…
 
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