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ABCs of Ag with Concept Agritek

Diggin’ in with Concept AgriTek is a new conversation for an age-old solution: soil! In this new series of podcasts, we sit down with some of the most engaging thought-leaders in agriculture to explore new research and applications in soil health and productivity. We’re diggin’ in to learn more about the Rhizophagy Cycle, microbiome function, Haney testing and putting those test results to work. Follow along as we tie every conversation back to practices that matter to your farm’s productivity.

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Across the Acres | Presented by Beck's

Join David Ringger as he sits down and chats with Beck’s employees and farmers across the nation, all while connecting, challenging, and inspiring others.

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Agbioscience

This weekly podcast dives into the agbioscience sector, where agriculture, life sciences innovation and cutting-edge technology converge. Agbioscience is an in-depth conversation with leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs across food, animal health. pl...

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Ag Chicks

Cultivating connections with the women helping to feed the world. Shop Ag Chicks gear and learn more about Ally at www.agchicks.net Follow along on Social Media: IG: @agchicks FB: @AgChicks YouTube: Ag Chicks https://www.youtube.com/agchicks Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/agchicks/support

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AgEmerge

Soil health, regenerative practices, and emerging technology — The AgEmerge Podcast.

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Ag News Daily

Ag News Daily was created in 2017 by Mike Pearson and Delaney Howell!

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Ag PhD Radio

Listen to Brian and Darren Hefty give agronomic a…

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Agri-Pulse Deep Dive

Agri-Pulse broadcaster Spencer Chase explores complex issues in food and agriculture in 30-minute episodes.

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Agri-Pulse DriveTime

A wrap up of today's top news stories in the world of Ag

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Agri-Pulse Newsmakers

Audio of our Agri-Pulse newsmaker video

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Agri-Pulse Open Mic

In depth interviews with leaders in ag policy

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Agronomy and Farm Management

This podcast takes a bi-monthly dive into specific issues that impact agriculture, such as: weather, land value, policies, commodity outlooks, and more.

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Angus At Work

A podcast for the profit-minded cattleman. Brought to you by the Angus Beef Bulletin, we have news and information on health, nutrition, genetics, marketing and management.

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Basically Famous

Sharing stories and interviews of extraordinary people in the agriculture and western industries, Tyler Schuster sits down with those basically famous in her life!

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Beltway Beef

Podcast by National Cattlemen's Beef Association

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Beyond The Crops

Jena & MP bring a unique perspective to the world of agriculture, offering a blend of humor, heart, and wisdom honed from their combined years on the farm. With a deep passion for their families, their farms, and the communities they call home, these two farmwives delve into the daily triumphs and tribulations that come from rural living. They discuss everything from the latest advancements in agriculture and the art of balancing family with farm duties to the time-honored traditions and recipes that make life on the farm so special. Their stories will make you laugh, tug at your heartstrings, and inspire you to see the beauty in the ordinary moments of life. "Beyond The Crops" is not just a podcast for farmers; it's for anyone who appreciates the enduring values of hard work, resilience, and the simple joys of living close to the land. Whether you're an urban dweller curious about rural life or a fellow farm enthusiast, you'll find something to love in the genuine and heartfelt conversations of Jena & MP. Subscribe today and be a part of their journey as they cultivate a deeper appreciation for the remarkable world of agriculture.

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Bovine Science with BCI

The Beef Cattle Institute

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Brownfield's Outdoor Adventures

From the hardwoods to the shoreline, Brownfield’s Brent Barnett talks with outdoor industry experts about all the things you need to know for your hunting and fishing adventures.

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Brownfield's Weekly Commodity Market Update

University of Missouri’s senior research associate Ben Brown and Brownfield Reporter Will Robinson break down the changing market trends and biggest issues for those producing commodity crops.

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Brownfield's Weekly Livestock Market Update

Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Meghan Grebner and University of Missouri Market Analyst Scott Brown give a weekly recap of the markets and discuss how it can impact farmers’ bottom lines.

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Carbon Catch-Up

Welcome to the exciting and quickly developing world of carbon banking. In this podcast series, the Rabo Carbon Bank explores carbon farming, regenerative farming, carbon markets, agroforestry and much more. Join us as we talk you through all the latest developments and interview farmers who have already taken the hurdles and transformed their businesses.

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Cattle Chat

The Beef Cattle Institute

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Cattlemen's Call

Montana rancher and broadcaster Lane Nordlund hos…

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ChopTalk

Iowans love their bacon, yet few know about pig farming. Laurie Johns connects you to Iowa pig farmers, the lives they live, the challenges they face and the impact on us all.

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Decode 6

Decoding Carbon and Ecosystem Services

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Digging In with Missouri Farm Bureau

Podcast by Digging In with Missouri Farm Bureau

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Farm4Profit Podcast

Our mission is to provide farms and operators an independent and unbiased outlet for information related to increasing the profitability of their farming operation. We will be providing farms and operators of all sizes and experience levels access to the latest trends, projections, and the tools necessary to increase farming profitability. We will take each episode to deliver latest news, what's working for active farms, and a topic of focus each episode. Remember, if you aren't farming for profit you won't be farming for long.

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Farm Dog

The podcast about the working dogs of farming, ranching, homesteading, and rural living. Presented by Goats On The Go® and hosted by its founder, Aaron Steele. We discuss the fascinating history and current practice of humans working with dogs to make a living from the land. Our chats with experts cover breeds, training, on-farm experiences, and more. Herding dogs (stockdogs) and livestock guardian dogs are frequent topics, but terriers, hunting dogs, and good ol' all-around farm dogs are up for discussion, too. If it produces, protects, or provides for our rural lives, we'll talk about it.

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Farm Food Facts

Farm. Food. Facts. And everything in between. A podcast featuring the leading minds in the future of sustainable food systems. Brought to you by the US Farmers and Ranchers In Action.

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Fenceline

Since 2004, Iowa livestock farmers have turned to the Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers for free, confidential, and expert assistance in raising livestock responsibly and successfully. Join us at the fenceline and hear from industry experts and farmers about topics important to livestock agriculture in Iowa. The fenceline – where the gate is always open.

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Field Advice

Experts from Valent U.S.A. share technical know-how and updates directly from the field, fueled by technology and hands-on experience in the Field Advice podcast.

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Field Notes

The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (KAS) will break down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less. Crop science experts and others in the agriculture industry will discuss topics ranging from nitrogen loss and soil health to ways growers can increase operational efficiencies.

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Genuine JBH

Genuine JBH

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Grounded by the Farm

Grounded by the Farm brings food lovers conversations with farmers every other Wednesday. We learn about how the foods are grown, tips on storing & preparing and how their family prepares it, and more.

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Heart of Rural America

Welcome to the Heart of Rural America podcast. I’m your host, Amanda Radke ​-- a South Dakota cattle rancher, wife, mom of four, children’s book author, and motivational speaker. I started this show with a simple goal in mind -- to share the untold stories of the often-overlooked independent farmer and rancher. On this program, We’ll discuss the challenges that face rural America and the anti-animal agriculture agenda that seeks to eliminate our way of life. But in the face of these ongoing battles, we’ll explore impactful solutions and meaningful pathways to profitability in order to keep producers on the land, to safeguard our private property rights, and to keep meat, dairy, and eggs on the dinner table. And in stark contrast to the ugly, divisive headlines in today’s mainstream media, "The Heart of Rural America" will celebrate the faith, family values, patriotism, and work ethic of the incredible people I meet in my travels as an agricultural speaker. I hope you’ll be inspired by these agricultural entrepreneurs and rural families, just as I am. Now let’s hit the dusty trail together as we uncover The Heart of Rural America. - Amanda

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Hort Culture

Welcome to Hort Culture, where a group of Extension professionals and plant people talk about the business, production and joy of farming. So, join us for a chat on the culture of horticulture. Questions/Comments/Feedback/Suggestions for Topics: hortculturepodcast@l.uky.edu Check us out on Instagram!

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LEARFIELD College Rodeo Podcast with Shelby Rasmussen

All things LEARFIELD College Rodeo

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Living Rural

Podcast on home financing and mortgages for rural living.

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Made for Agriculture

MFA Incorporated is a farm cooperative based in M…

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Moving Iron Podcast

Podcast by Moving Iron LLC

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Nebraska FARMcast

Produced by the Center for Agricultural Profitability in the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska FARMcast offers essential farm and ranch management information for agricultural decision-makers. Find more resources at https://cap.unl.edu.

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Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast

The Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast gets to the heart of…

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RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness North America

Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa. Please read our disclaimer here: https://research.rabobank.com/far/en/footer/disclaimer.html

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RealAg Radio

RealAg Radio is live Monday-Friday at 4 p.m. EST on Rural Radio Channel 147 on SiriusXM Radio in Canada and the U.S.

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Roots + Ruminants

Welcome to Roots + Ruminants, your podcast for creative and innovative use of farm pasture and rangeland. We're going back to the basics of raising and grazing livestock to growing your own forage. Join us as our hosts Jared Knock and Justin Fruechte visit with special guests to explore practical land use.

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SharkFarmer Podcast

Conversation and interview with farmers and hunters

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State of the Plate

Food and agriculture impact every life on this planet, every single day. And keeping the food chain moving from farm to fork is big business. Join food and ag communications experts and industry advocates Brandon Miller and Rochelle Schnadt once a month as they chat about some of the leading stories from throughout the food chain impacting the business behind feeding the world—from innovation and legislation to market trends and consumer insights. Brought to you by C.O.nxt, a marketing and communications agency.

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Stine Seedcast

Welcome to the Stine Seedcast feed. This is the only podcast dedicated to everything Stine Seed Company. In this biweekly show, our host, David Thompson, sits down with Stine company leaders, grower customers, agronomists, partners, and special guests from around the country to discuss all the ways that Stine maximizes yield potential. Make sure to tune in every other week to find out exactly why Stine has yield. Social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StineSeed Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stineseedco/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/StineSeed

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Talking Total Farmer Health

AgriSafe has long been a trusted voice in the health and safety of the people who feed the world, and we’re excited to bring that to you in a new format. Tune in every month to hear the latest from health and safety experts in agriculture. Together we’ll tackle the safety issues important to the producers and ag workers.

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The Angus Conversation

There are some pasture chats or bull sale discussions that are just too good to keep to ourselves. In this Angus Journal podcast, we’ll bring you interesting and entertaining chats with fellow breeders, researchers, marketers and more. Keep up on all things Angus. Be part of the conversation.

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The Better. Cleaner. Now! Podcast

AUTHENTIC CONVERSATIONS WITH LEADERS IN THE BIODIESEL, RENEWABLE DIESEL AND SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL INDUSTRIES.

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The Ethanol Report

Interviews and reports on issues of interest to the ethanol industry, sponsored by the Renewable Fuels Association

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The Ever.Ag Podcast

Innovative AgTech Solutions for Food and Beverage Supply Chains

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The Grower & The Economist

Peter Konjoian (Grower) & Michelle Klieger (Economist) share expert insights to help small and medium-sized growers adjust to the rapidly changing farm and food landscape as well as increase the productivity and profitability of their operation. We are one part grower and one part business just like your business. Edited by Katelyn Parsons

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The Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Podcast

Podcast by Illinois Extension.

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the JOE show

A livestock podcast from a kids point of view.

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The Moos Room

Hosted by members of the University of Minnesota Extension Beef and Dairy Teams, The Moos Room discusses relevant topics to help beef and dairy producers be more successful.

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The Nutrient Management Podcast

Welcome to University of Minnesota Extension's Nutrient Management Podcast.

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The Spokesman Speaks

Since 1934, The Iowa Farm Bureau Spokesman has been Iowa’s leading agriculture news source, and today it has the largest readership of any ag newspaper in Iowa. While The Spokesman newspaper is available exclusively to Iowa Farm Bureau members, The Spokesman Speaks podcast is available publicly, providing the ag news and farmer education that matter most.

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Throwing Wrenches Mending Fences

Hello everyone and welcome to the Throwing Wrenches and Mending Fences Podcast, where we have crop tour conversations about life, farming, family and balance it all. I am your host, Sarah Zastrow, Creator of Cultivate Balance, the Workshop for Less Stress, and the Network for Mental Wellness in Agriculture. Farming and ranching is stressful, chaotic and wrenches get thrown into your plan nearly every day, but there are a few things that make life in agriculture less stressful and more fun. I am here to talk about it. I grew up on a farm so thought I had this farm wife thing down, until about 4 days into our marriage. Fortunately, I was surrounded by amazing people that helped me learn and grow. Now, I am a farmer, farm stress coach, and certified exercise physiologist. I have a passion for farm stress management, rural resilience and mental health and finding balance and peace in your day-to-day farm life. Whether you are a 4th generation farmer, you just married into the family or work in the industry, all are welcome here. We are all in this together so pull up a chair and let’s dig into the show. If you are on social media, join the community @throwingwrenchesmendingfences on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.

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Tools for Today's Farmer

Today's Farmers weather more stress than ever before. Our podcast seeks to share important information, tools, and hope through interviews with experts in Agriculture and special guests from Purdue University. The Tools For Today's Farmers podcast is brought to you by the Purdue Extension Farm Stress Team. #farmstrong

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TopSoil Podcast

TopSoil Podcast digs into the hottest topics in agriculture including carbon intensity, soil health & precision ag. CEO Mitchell Hora & other Continuum Ag Representatives sit down with industry leaders to provide an opportunity for you to educate yourself on the latest and greatest in agriculture… and we want you to be along for the journey!

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UNL BeefWatch

Nebraska Extension

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Uplevel Dairy Podcast

What does it take to be a successful, profitable and competitive dairy farm business? This is the podcast for dairy owners, managers and advisors who are after their next level of success. Join Uplevel Dairy host Peggy Coffeen each week as she sits down with the industry’s leading dairy producers and thought leaders for real conversations about business, management and leadership.

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Vets In Ag Podcast

We explore the stories and insights from the military veteran and supporter communities who are leading the way for vets in agribusiness, agtech, and agri-preneurship. We swap stories, talk ag, and show how grass-roots nature of the ag community can be a natural fit for the military veteran.

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War Against Weeds

Sarah, Joe, and Alyssa are three Extension weed scientists on a mission to help their audience understand what it takes for farmers to fight the war against weeds. Funding for the podcast is provided by the North Central IPM Center, on of four regional centers funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) to promote and facilitate the adoption of effective integrated pest management (IPM) strategies. You can also find our episodes at https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/.

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Wheat's On Your Mind

Podcast from Kansas Wheat

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Working Cows

A Platform for Producers

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Your Ag Network

Commodity reports and ag-news that is important to you the producer!

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ZimmCast

Each week Chuck or Cindy interviews leaders in the agrimarketing world and talk with them about what they're doing that's new and different.

Episodes

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Depressed Calf

A producer brings a depressed calf and its dam to Dr. Matt Miesner from a herd with a history of scours. Initially, he thought it was a cut-and-dry case. After more investigation, the opposite started to become true. Dr. Brad White discusses this tricky situation with Dr. Miesner on this episode of Bovine Science with… Continue reading Depressed Calf

June 17 • 20m 59.8s
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Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James

Featuring a summary of overnight world wide grain trade, regional weather and closing livestock from the previous day. [READ MORE...]

June 17
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VP of ISU Extension dissects Iowa’s ag economy, shares keys for future economic success

Welcome to Episode 163 of The Spokesman Speaks podcast. In this episode, Vice President of Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Dr. Jason Henderson analyzes Iowa’s current ag economy and explores keys he sees for future economic success. And young Iowa farmer Hans Riensche shares what he hopes to learn about transitioning farms to future generations sustainably, through an international study program.   Resources mentioned in this episode: Learn more about the Nuffield Scholar program and Hans Riensche. Register for Iowa Farm Bureau’s “Take Root” farm succession seminar, July 25 in Johnston. Register for Iowa Farm Bureau’s 2024 Young Farmer Ag Insights Tour.

June 17 • 40m 57.3s
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305. Eve Hanks of MI:RNA Diagnostics on early disease identification, transforming the future of animal health

Early identification of diseases in animals is critical to the future of the food system, national security and our ability to care for our pets. One company is harnessing the power of biology to accelerate identification and joined us from the Agbioscience Podcast Corner at the Animal Health, Nutrition, Innovation and Technology Conference in Boston. Eve Hanks, founder and CEO of MI:RNA Diagnostics, joins us to talk their biomarker platform reliant on microRNA that has the potential to transform the future of animal health.  Eve gets into how the platform works and success her team has experienced since spinning out of Scotland’s Rural College. She also talks the importance of partnerships to drive innovation forward.   With diseases like Avian Flu and African Swine Fever threatening the global food system, how can a tool like MI:RNA help? Eve talks combatting disease in animals and how an increased awareness of microRNA is driving interest in her team’s work.

June 17 • 19m 19.4s
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Ep. 369 – Dr. Stephan Van Vliet and Dr. Allen Williams – Growing Nutrient Dense Food

Dr. Stephan Van Vliet and Dr. Allen Williams joined me to discuss how Dr. Van Vliet’s recent research is challenging paradigms in the nutrition sector. We talk about how healthy food starts with healthy soil as well as what farmers and ranchers can do to take advantage of developments in consumer demand for regeneratively grown...

June 17 • 1h 5m 47.1s
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Unlocking Crop Potential through Advanced Nutrition

Episode Title: Maximizing Crop Yields with Advanced Nutrition Solutions Guest: Gunther Kreps Overview of the episode's topic: Plant Nutrition and its impact on crop productivity. Understanding Plant Nutrition Importance of plant nutrition in modern farming. When did we really start to get a good understanding of the importance of plant health? Introduction to AgXplore and their role in the agricultural industry. The 5 Phases of Crop Development Explanation of the five phases: Foundation Establishment Architecture Reproductive Maturity Partnering with Crop Nutrition Experts Advantages of collaborating with experts  Access to specialized knowledge and advice. Enhanced productivity and yield optimization. Customized nutrient management plans for improved soil health and sustainability. Addressing Common Farming Challenges Strategies for mitigating stressful environmental concerns. Solutions for slow plant growth, small leaf index or leaf rolling. Techniques to improve grain fill, pod retention, and root development. Small Adjustments for Huge Returns Examples of minor changes in plant nutrition leading to significant impacts. Success stories and case studies from AgXplore’s experience. Closing Summary: Call to Action: Encourage listeners to subscribe, leave reviews, and share the podcast. Additional Notes: Asked to Include ArchiTech OnWard Max Don’t forget to like the podcast on all platforms and leave a review where ever you listen! Website www.Farm4Profit.com Shareable episode link https://intro-to-farm4profit.simplecast.com Email address Farm4profitllc@gmail.com Phone 515.207.9640 Subscribe to YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSR8c1BrCjNDDI_Acku5Xqw Follow us on TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@farm4profit Connect with us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Farm4ProfitLLC/

June 17 • 1h 23m 43s
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Summer Solstice: Cultivating Growth on the Longest Day

Join us as we delve into the radiant world of the summer solstice and its impact on horticulture. Discover how the extended daylight influences plant growth, the best practices for summer planting, and the cultural significance of this celestial event in gardening communities around the globe. Join us as we explore the symbiotic relationship between the sun's peak and the flourishing of our gardens. Questions/Comments/Feedback/Suggestions for Topics: hortculturepodcast@l.uky.edu Check us out on Instagram!

June 16 • 53m 37.2s
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Open Mic: Gregg Doud, President and CEO NMPF

This weeks Open Mic Guest is Gregg Doud, president and CEO of the National Milk Producers Federation.  The H5N1 virus in dairy cattle has presented yet another challenge for the diary industry.  Doud says extensive testing by FDA confirms the pasteurization process is effective in keeping milk and dairy products safe for consumers.  Doud says USDA now believes the disease is being spread between dairy farms by mechanical means.  The industry is monitoring existing protocols and closing gaps that may have led to the disease spread to a number of dairy states in the nation. Doud also comments on Federal Milk Marketing Order reform and a USDA proposal that will be released soon, and he also talks about the House Ag Committee’s farm bill proposal.

June 16 • 25m 26.7s
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Driver Safety Tips and Updated Livestock Exhibition Rules

New research conducted by Nationwide shows that both consumers and commercial drivers feel roads are more dangerous today than just a year ago. To help drivers in the agriculture, food and fuel sectors, Nationwide has launched a new driver safety campaign – Drive the 5 – to remind drivers and their employers of five critical principles that every driver should adopt before getting behind the wheel. Find out more about the program on this Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast. Plus, if you show livestock, some rules have been updated to help add clarity and simplicity for livestock exhibitions. Ohio Farm Bureau's Director of Livestock Policy, Roger High has all the details.

June 16 • 17m 53.4s
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August feeder cattle futures jump $7 on the week | Weekly Livestock Market Update

On this week's episode of Weekly Livestock Market Update, Brownfield's Meghan Grebner and ag economist Scott Brown talk August feeder cattle futures jumping $7 on the week, and more. This week in the markets: Live fed cattle prices are $2.75 higher on the week, and feeder cattle prices are steady to $4 higher this week. August live cattle were up $5.70 on the week, and August feeder cattle were up $7.00 on the week. Choice box beef was $2.25 higher this week. Cash hogs were $0.60 lower this week. July lean hog futures were up $0.40 on the week. Pork cutout values were down $0.55 this week. Weekly Slaughter: At the end of the week, cattle slaughter was 615,000 head, up 1,000 on the week while down 21,000 for the year. Hog slaughter was 2.390 million head, down 32,000 from the previous week while up 64,000 on the year. Year-to-date cattle slaughter is down 4.4% relative to last year, and hog slaughter is up 0.9%. Consumer Sentiment: The June consumer sentiment index fell 5.1% this month relative to May. Concerns about high prices for consumer goods topped the list of reasons for a lower index this month. Retail Prices: The May 2024 retail beef price was $8.11 per pound, down $0.04 from last month. The May 2024 pork retail price rose $0.11 per pound this month to $4.92 per pound. WASDE: There were small changes to the livestock forecast in the June WASDE report. The bigger changes were a 100 million pound increase in 2024 pork exports this month and a 245 million pound increase in 2025 beef production. Next week's reports: » Livestock Slaughter » Cattle on Feed Connect with Brownfield Ag News: » Get the latest ag news: https://www.brownfieldagnews.com/ » Subscribe to Brownfield on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BrownfieldAgNews » Follow Brownfield on X (Twitter): https://x.com/brownfield » Follow Brownfield on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrownfieldAgNews About Brownfield Ag News: Brownfield Ag News is your trusted source for reliable agriculture news, market trends, weather updates, and expert interviews. Get comprehensive coverage and stay ahead in the ever-evolving agriculture industry. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

June 15 • 17m 59.7s
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RealAg Radio: Tariff trouble, capital gains tax, and why Canadian’s are so “meh”, June 14, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio! Host Shaun Haney is joined by Ontario’s new Minister of Agriculture, Food, and Agribusiness, Rob Flack, on his key priorities as agricultural minster, as well as why food is important to be in the agriculture in the ministry. Haney is then joined by Kelvin... Read More

June 14 • 53m 32.4s
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Episode 3 - Heidi Foy

Heidi Foy, Owner and Creator of Opportunities at Bullfrog Creatives joins Shelby to talk college rodeo recruiting, her Coach's Edge Summit, and CNFR. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

June 14 • 43m 8s
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Wisconsin DNR announces 2024 turkey season results

On this week’s episode of Outdoor Adventures, Brownfield’s Brent Barnett talks with Alissa Kakatsch, assistant game bird specialist with Wisconsin DNR, about the results of the state’s 2024 spring turkey season. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

June 14 • 14m 59.9s
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MFAPodcast#69 - MoFarmersCare & MFA's Ag Experience Internships

Made For Agriculture co-host Emily Beck talks about food insecurity and ag education with Missouri Farmers Care Executive Director Ashley McCarty. Then MFA Ag Experience interns Makenna Stundebeck, Allie Norton, Emily Hoyt and Karson Calvin speak a bit about their summer projects and what motivates them as they work toward their ag careers. MFA’s recruiter, Scott Morfeld talks about managing a program of 21 interns and how MFA contributes to ag education and training the best ag professionals in the territory.

June 14 • 47m 51.3s
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#61 – Ken Smith (USN) – Savory Institute

"To me, the question of a changing climate is not a political question. But I became very aware that the people in my generation who right now have both the political and economic authority, don't have the political or economic will to make those changes. So I thought, ok, think globally, but act locally. Is there actually something that I can do?” Our guest this week is Ken Smith - a Navy veteran and now a Savory Institute Accredited Professional Associate Educator based in Fort Worth, TX. Ken teaches holistic management practices to military veterans and civilians alike all over the country. From humble beginning on a small sustainable farm in Arkansas, then to the Navy Academy and Vietnam followed by a long career in manufacturing. Towards the end of this chapter, Ken began to wonder if there was something he could do to change the way businesses thought about sustainability. This passion began with for-profit businesses, but Ken quickly realized he could make a more meaningful contribution to sustainability if he focused his efforts on agricultural land management. Allan Savoy’s 2013 TED Talk was the turning point for him. Enjoy this episode as Ken and I get into our shared military experiences afloat in the vast oceans, a shockingly similar early childhood for him and my kids, and why Ken, throughout the episode, kept coming back to the phrase, “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”

June 14 • 47m 5.5s
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06 14 24 Farmer Friday

06 14 24 Farmer Friday by Ag PhD

June 14 • 59m 2.2s
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127 | King Brothers Providing Quality from Herd to Home

For going on five generations, the King family in New York has been known for dairy farming excellence as Kings-Ransom Farm. Just over a decade ago, they diversified their business to bring back bottled milk to serve their local consumer with not just a great-tasting product, but also a high-value connection to their farm. Hear from Jan King how they have grown from 40 to now more than 400 bottled milk customers, and what it’s been like to enter the processing sector and build Kings Brothers Dairy direct-to-consumer brand.

June 14 • 38m 0.7s
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DriveTime: Friday, June 14, 2024

Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow is this week's guest on Agri-Pulse Newsmakers. The Michigan Democrat sees a challenging future for a new farm bill.

June 14 • 4m 59.1s
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The Grain Feed – June 13, 2024 (Audio Only)

View the video version of this episode here. In The ... Read more The post The Grain Feed – June 13, 2024 (Audio Only) appeared first on .

June 14 • 23m 38.1s
Noon Market News with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions cover art

Noon Market News with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions

Quick look at agriculture news and what’s happening on the markets. [READ MORE...]

June 14
Territorial Rodeo Update: Your Source of Weekly Rodeo Standings With Host Monte James! cover art

Territorial Rodeo Update: Your Source of Weekly Rodeo Standings With Host Monte James!

Your Source For The Latest RODEO NEWS Following Heartland PRCA Athletes With Host Monte James. Fast paced, professionally produced, weekly radio show that follows Midwestern PRCA Rodeo Athletes throughout the year & all the way to the National Finals Rodeo! [READ MORE...]

June 14 • 3m
Episode 238 - H5N1 in cattle update - MN announces testing requirements for lactating cattle attending exhibitions/shows, still no response plan for MN - UMN Extension's The Moos Room cover art

Episode 238 - H5N1 in cattle update - MN announces testing requirements for lactating cattle attending exhibitions/shows, still no response plan for MN - UMN Extension's The Moos Room

6-14-24 - Dr. Joe discusses new requirements for testing for lactating dairy cows going to exhibitions/shows in MN and the lack of a response plan for MN at this time. MN Department of Health request for PPE UMN Extension News USDA APHIS - Website FDA Updates Page MN Board of Animal Health - Website Questions, comments, scathing rebuttals? -> themoosroom@umn.edu or call 612-624-3610 and leave us a message! Twitter -> @UMNmoosroom and @UMNFarmSafety Facebook -> @UMNDairy YouTube -> UMN Beef and Dairy and UMN Farm Safety and Health Instagram -> @UMNWCROCDairy Extension Website AgriAmerica Podcast Directory

June 14 • 14m 17.5s
June 14, 2024: SHIC's focus on Foreign Animal Disease Research cover art

June 14, 2024: SHIC's focus on Foreign Animal Disease Research

This week brought more hot temperatures to the US, and wildfires to Canada, but planters continued to roll. Delaney caught up with Dr. Megan Niederwerder, Executive Director of SHIC, to talk about their work at the Swine Health Information Center with a specific focus on foreign animal disease research. This week's headlines include weather, planting progress, the latest Avian Influenza updates, cash rents, and a daily agronomy update with REDSTAR! And be sure to stick around for the very end of the show, when we cover a weekly recap of the markets. Don’t forget to hit subscribe! Follow us on social media!

June 14 • 25m 27.7s
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Daily Dose of Ag with Lorrie Boyer

Mid-Day breaking agriculture news and weather as it concerns rural issues and main-street USA! Join NAFB Past President Lorrie Boyer, one of the most respected voices in farm broadcasting! [READ MORE...]

June 14
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Farm Bill Just Making It Across Starting Line with Brad Lubben

The quest in Congress to pass a new farm bill continued on May 23 when the House Agriculture Committee finished their markup on the bill after a long session that saw major amendments proposed by the minority fail, leaving a bill generally resembling the one that was introduced. Dr. Brad Lubben, an agricultural policy specialist with the Center for Agricultural Profitability wrote about how this signifies the “starting line” for the bill’s ultimate passage in his policy report column for Nebraska Farmer. He discusses what this step means and what the road ahead now looks like for the Farm Bill. Read more at https://cap.unl.edu/policy-legal/farm-bill-just-making-it-across-starting-line.

June 14 • 21m 30.7s
Opening Market Discovery with Host Monte James cover art

Opening Market Discovery with Host Monte James

A first look at what’s hot and what’s not at the Chicago Board of Trade. [READ MORE...]

June 14
Agri-Pulse Newsmakers: June 14, 2024: Senate Ag Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow, Anne MacMillan, and Sam Kieffer on farm bill status cover art

Agri-Pulse Newsmakers: June 14, 2024: Senate Ag Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow, Anne MacMillan, and Sam Kieffer on farm bill status

Senate Ag ranking member John Boozman laid out his framework for a new farm bill this week, but the bill crosses some red lines for Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow. She joins us on this week's episode of Agri-Pulse Newsmakers to give her reaction to Senator Boozman's proposal as well as her thoughts on the future of the bill.Then, Anne MacMillan with Invariant and Sam Kieffer with the American Farm Bureau Federation talk about the prospects of passing a farm bill before the end of the year with the partisan divide in Congress.Want to receive Newsmakers in your inbox every week? Sign up! http://eepurl.com/hTgSAD

June 14 • 25m 54.4s
Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James cover art

Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James

Featuring a summary of overnight world wide grain trade, regional weather and closing livestock from the previous day. [READ MORE...]

June 14
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Case Fatality Risk, 4-H Calves, PAC CARB

Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat! Ever wondered when its time to cut your losses and ship that sick calf out of the yard? Lilli Heinen joins the show to help answer that question and talk about her research concerning case fatality risk. The hosts continue the show by discussing important things for 4-Hers to remember… Continue reading Case Fatality Risk, 4-H Calves, PAC CARB

June 14 • 23m 45s
Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Vacation Bible School Time! cover art

Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Vacation Bible School Time!

It’s as American as apple pie in most communities! Summer brings the annual tradition of Vacation Bible School at churches and communities across the land.   [READ MORE...]

June 13 • 1m 59.9s
RealAg Radio: Taking time for yourself, hay challenges, and adapting to the season, June 13, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: Taking time for yourself, hay challenges, and adapting to the season, June 13, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this Thursday edition on RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada! On this week’s Farmer Rapid Fire, host Shaun Haney checks in with: Sandi Brock of Staffa, Ont.; Chris Moore of Kinburn, Ont.; Korey Peters of Randolph, Man.; and, Rob Sommerville of Special Areas, Alta. Plus, we will... Read More

June 13 • 55m 26.1s
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DriveTime: Thursday, June 13, 2024

The American Farm Bureau and the National Corn Growers Association have joined the American Petroleum Institute and some auto dealers to challenge the EPA's Tailpipe Emission Standards.

June 13 • 4m 59.1s
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06 13 24 Plant Growth Regulators and Plant Hormones

06 13 24 Plant Growth Regulators and Plant Hormones by Ag PhD

June 13 • 59m 0.3s
ATTENTION OHIO STATE FAIR BEEF EXHIBITORS....Changes Are Coming and Help Is Needed.... cover art

ATTENTION OHIO STATE FAIR BEEF EXHIBITORS....Changes Are Coming and Help Is Needed....

Like listening to the GJBH Podcast? Head on over to our website genuinejbh.com and be sure to check out our NEW GJBH gear!! Check out our Sister Podcast- THE BRAND CHAMPION MARKETING NETWORK Join the GJBH Facebook or Instagram Community! Add Brad on Snapchat: @jbradley7434  Head on over to our website genuinejbh.com and be sure to check out our NEW GJBH gear!! Join the GJBH Facebook or Instagram Community! Add Brad on Snapchat: @jbradley7434  Want to learn more about advertising with the Genuine JBH Podcast?  Call or Text us Today! Lakyn Lind: 507-450-9541 Brad Hook (Text or Snapchat Only Please): 641-344-3193   We are incredibly grateful for all who support the GJBH Podcast especially our amazing sponsors. Be sure to check them out and give them a follow on social media! Voss Angus: Facebook Page, Instagram Upperhand Genetics: Website , Facebook Page Platt Showpigs: Website, Facebook Page, Instagram True North Technologies: Website, Facebook Page, Instagram Phantom Halter: Website, Facebook Page , Instagram Pusheta Creek Steaks: Website, Facebook Page Iron Creek Cattle Company: Website, Facebook Page, Instagram

June 13 • 8m 47.7s
Value of Cover Crops for Livestock Operations with Jay Parsons cover art

Value of Cover Crops for Livestock Operations with Jay Parsons

What's the impact of cover crops on the profitability and sustainability of livestock systems? Dr. Jay Parsons, a professor and farm and ranch management specialist and director of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Center for Agricultural Profitability, discusses a new USDA Economic Research Service report on the integration of cover crops into livestock operations, highlighting the economic and environmental benefits. Read more and find the full report at https://cap.unl.edu/livestock/nebraska-researchers-contribute-study-cover-crops-livestock-operations.

June 13 • 8m 49.6s
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Parlor to Plate – June 12, 2024

In the latest edition of the Parlor to Plate dairy podcast from ... Read more The post Parlor to Plate – June 12, 2024 appeared first on .

June 13 • 18m 42.6s
126 | Moving Volumes and Adding Value to Milk cover art

126 | Moving Volumes and Adding Value to Milk

From retail to restaurants, dairy is finding its way into more menu options and consumer products than every before, and it’s not by accident. Behind the scenes, Dairy Management Inc. (DMI) is at the table with the leading fast-food chains and food service providers, striking wins that result in strategic and incremental marketplace growth for dairy products and ingredients. If you’ve ever had a “Grimace Shake” or a Taco Bell cheese shell, you can thank our guest, Paul Zieminsky, group executive vice president of health & wellness, insights and innovation, and his team at DMI.

June 13 • 44m 33.9s
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F4F - Carson Kahler the 6th Gen Farmer

Episode Sponsor: https://www.estesperformanceconcaves.com/product/xpr-3-concaves/ In this episode of the Farm4Profit podcast, we welcome Carson, famously known as the 6th Gen Farmer. Carson, along with his brother Chris and father Ryan, carries on a rich family farming legacy in South Western Minnesota. Known for his engaging and humorous approach to promoting agriculture, Carson has amassed a significant following on social media with over 1,000 Facebook followers, 5,000 Instagram followers, and 23,100 YouTube subscribers. Carson shares insights into their farming operations, which include the use of advanced John Deere equipment, like their new combine added in 2023. The farm primarily produces organic sweet corn and peas, and Carson delves into their practices in precision agriculture. He also talks about Agra-GPS, a system he sells that integrates with Deere equipment, explaining how it works and the equipment he's mounted it to. Listeners will learn about Carson's background, including his time working for C&B Operations as a John Deere dealer and his experience rebuilding a JD 6000 Highboy sprayer. With over 255 videos on YouTube, Carson provides a wealth of content showcasing the daily life and innovations on their farm. We also explore Carson's motivations for sharing his farming journey on social media, the cool experiences and people he's met along the way, and his advice for others looking to make their mark in agriculture. Plus, don't miss Carson's take on the best food he's ever had and where he got it. Tune in for an entertaining and educational conversation with Carson, the 6th Gen Farmer, as he shares his story and passion for agriculture. Don’t forget to like the podcast on all platforms and leave a review where ever you listen! Website www.Farm4Profit.com Shareable episode link https://intro-to-farm4profit.simplecast.com Email address Farm4profitllc@gmail.com Phone 515.207.9640 Subscribe to YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSR8c1BrCjNDDI_Acku5Xqw Follow us on TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@farm4profit Connect with us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Farm4ProfitLLC/

June 13 • 1h 3m 21.7s
RealAg Radio: A weather forecast, soil health, and strike action updates, June 12, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: A weather forecast, soil health, and strike action updates, June 12, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio. Host Shaun Haney is joined by: Matt Makens with Makens Weather on a June, July, and August forecast for North America; Senator Rob Black on the committee report on Soil Health and the recommendations; Hear a spotlight interview with Barrie Mann for Genesis Fertilizers;... Read More

June 12 • 53m 43.4s
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DriveTime: Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Despite signs of stress and stability, the Fed holds interest rates steady.

June 12 • 4m 59.1s
06 12 24 Influencing Yield Now in Corn cover art

06 12 24 Influencing Yield Now in Corn

06 12 24 Influencing Yield Now in Corn by Ag PhD

June 12 • 59m 1.1s
The Insider Report with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions cover art

The Insider Report with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions

Nationally Acclaimed Market Analyst Brian Hoops provides a detailed summary from the trading day. Brian Hoops has been a featured contributor in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, RFD-TV and Sirius XM Radio. [READ MORE...]

June 12
Noon Market News with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions cover art

Noon Market News with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions

Quick look at agriculture news and what’s happening on the markets. [READ MORE...]

June 12
125 | From Flatline to Finish-line; Marathons, Milk & Mindset cover art

125 | From Flatline to Finish-line; Marathons, Milk & Mindset

Running the race of her life, Rachel Eslick was minutes away from achieving her dream of qualifying for the Boston Marathon. With a traumatic change in her race, Rachel was forced to pick herself up and reevaluate what her next steps were. Reflecting on her dairy farming family values of resilience, determination, and hard work, she leaned into this to shift her mindset and become her favorite self. Rachel has taken a setback to an incredible comeback, not only in her running ambitions but through her business, health, and mindset.  This Episode is Brought to you in Collaboration with STtalks and STgenetics Connect with STtalk to follow along in this six part series below! Listen to STtalks here: ⁠https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sttalks/⁠ Learn more about ST Genetics: ⁠https://www.stgen.com/ Make sure to join the Uplevel Dairy email list below to receive new podcasts, blogs, and offers from Uplevel Dairy in your inbox. To listen to more episodes, head over to Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Don’t forget to rate and review! Subscribe to Uplevel Dairy Podcast on YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClQ6xQHZ0A1vqHKjRkbtJJA⁠ Want to get new episodes in your inbox? Subscribe here: ⁠https://www.upleveldairy.com/subscribe⁠

June 12 • 46m 57.2s
Daily Dose of Ag with Lorrie Boyer cover art

Daily Dose of Ag with Lorrie Boyer

Mid-Day breaking agriculture news and weather as it concerns rural issues and main-street USA! Join NAFB Past President Lorrie Boyer, one of the most respected voices in farm broadcasting! [READ MORE...]

June 12
Effect of Limit Feeding and Shade to Mitigate Heat Stress for Growing Cattle in a Backgrounding Yard cover art

Effect of Limit Feeding and Shade to Mitigate Heat Stress for Growing Cattle in a Backgrounding Yard

June 12 • 20m 15.6s
Hog Talk – June 11, 2024 cover art

Hog Talk – June 11, 2024

In the latest edition of the Hog Talk podcast from ... Read more The post Hog Talk – June 11, 2024 appeared first on .

June 12 • 14m 53.8s
Opening Market Discovery with Host Monte James cover art

Opening Market Discovery with Host Monte James

A first look at what’s hot and what’s not at the Chicago Board of Trade. [READ MORE...]

June 12
HOT BARN REPORT: Special Interview with President of the Oklahoma National Stockyards Jerry Reynolds! The LMA Auctioneer Contest is about to start! cover art

HOT BARN REPORT: Special Interview with President of the Oklahoma National Stockyards Jerry Reynolds! The LMA Auctioneer Contest is about to start!

The Hot Barn Report is a fast paced and entertaining daily program covering the latest news and trends in the cattle industry, hosted by Monte James, a veteran rodeo announcer, radio host and industry expert! The Hot Barn Report features interviews with industry leaders, market analysts, producers and ranchers and features True Price Discovery from salebarns in Great Northern Beef Belt and across the nation. [READ MORE...]

June 12 • 3m 0.6s
Selecting Replacements via GeneMax Advantage with Decker and Courter cover art

Selecting Replacements via GeneMax Advantage with Decker and Courter

Determining whether to keep or market potential replacement females can be one of the most difficult decisions a commercial producer has to make. But even when taking into account the performance of a heifer’s mother, there can still be room for error when tasked with determining future productivity. Enter GeneMax® Advantage™, a DNA test created in collaboration between Angus Genetics Inc., Certified Angus Beef® and Zoetis for commercial Angus replacement females. On today’s episode, you’ll hear more from Shauna Hermel and our guests, Jared Decker and Jamie Courter of the University of Missouri, regarding the features of GeneMax® Advantage™ and how testing can help identify females with varying levels of genetic merit for feed cost, temperament and end-product traits. Looking for more information on research backing the American Angus Association’s Hair Shed EPD? Check out the May 28, 2024, Angus University Webinar featuring Decker and Courter!  Find more information to make Angus work for you in the Angus Beef Bulletin and ABB EXTRA. Make sure you're subscribed! Sign up here to the print Angus Beef Bulletin and the digital Angus Beef Bulletin EXTRA. Have questions or comments? We'd love to hear from you! Contact our team at abbeditorial@angus.org.

June 12
Rail Industry On Track to Lower Emissions | The Better. Cleaner. Now! Podcast cover art

Rail Industry On Track to Lower Emissions | The Better. Cleaner. Now! Podcast

The rail industry is accelerating its path to decarbonization by incorporating higher blends of biodiesel and renewable diesel. Join Clean Fuels CEO Donnell Rehagen and Wayne Kennedy, CEO of Kennedy Consulting, as they discuss why rail companies are betting big on biodiesel to power their locomotives and meet aggressive emissions reduction goals.For more information, visit Clean Fuels Alliance America. To suggest topics or guests for a future episode, email us at podcasts@CleanFuels.org.

June 12 • 33m 46.3s
Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James cover art

Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James

Featuring a summary of overnight world wide grain trade, regional weather and closing livestock from the previous day. [READ MORE...]

June 12
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The Carnivore Revolution with Serena Musick

The rates of obesity, diabetes, heart conditions, cancer, depression, and more have escalated in the United States today, leaving many Americans looking for unconventional solutions. Turns out -- the answer is as old as time with nutrients found in animal products like meat, dairy, and eggs. Could you go carnivore? Amanda chats with Serena Musick of Purely Tallow and the Carnivore Revolution to discuss how the lifestyle change has impacted her health for the better. Presented by Bid on Beef | CK6 Consulting | CK6 Source | Real Tuff Livestock Equipment | Meats by Linz | Linz Heritage Angus | Redmond RealSalt | Advanced Ag Products By-O-Reg+

June 12 • 38m 16.1s
RealAg Radio: Capital gains, beef and dairy genetics, and team turmoil, June 11, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: Capital gains, beef and dairy genetics, and team turmoil, June 11, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to Tuesday with Lyndsey! Host Lyndsey Smith is joined by: Greg Northey with Pulse Canada to discuss how labour challenges are taking a toll on Canada’s export potential; Myles Immerkar with the Canadian Angus Association on new genetic selection tools; Kyle Larkin of Grain Growers of Canada on the impact of... Read More

June 11 • 55m 8.9s
From the Furrow – Luis Ribera – June 11, 2024 cover art

From the Furrow – Luis Ribera – June 11, 2024

In our weekly series From the Furrow, host Mike McGinnis and fellow grain ... Read more The post From the Furrow – Luis Ribera – June 11, 2024 appeared first on .

June 11 • 13m 33.7s
06 11 24 Grain Bin Managment cover art

06 11 24 Grain Bin Managment

06 11 24 Grain Bin Managment by Ag PhD

June 11 • 59m 0.3s
Carbon Intensity Q & A | CI Chit Chat Episode 27 cover art

Carbon Intensity Q & A | CI Chit Chat Episode 27

In the 27th episode of CI Chit Chat, Continuum Ag's CEO Mitchell Hora is joined by VP of Marketing, Diana Rich. Together, they cover updates in the carbon intensity space, reflect on Continuum Ag's annual event The TopSoil Summit, and answer your submitted CI related questions. We hope you enjoyed this CI Chit Chat! If you have more questions, visit other episodes for more information.  SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsvRPNOAtfBtlqq44RLPq2A FOR MORE INFORMATION ➡️ https://continuum.ag FIND YOUR CI SCORE AT ➡️ https://topsoil.ag

June 11
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Jobs reports give positive signals | Weekly Commodity Market Update

On this episode of Weekly Commodity Market Update, Will Robinson and Ben Brown dive into employment numbers and preview USDA's June supply and demand numbers. Market recap (changes on week as of Monday's close): » July 2024 corn up $.08 at $4.51 » December 2024 corn up $.06 at $4.68 » July 2024 soybeans up $.04 at $11.88 » November 2024 soybeans down $.05 at $11.58 » July soybean oil down 1.48 cents at 42.66 cents/lb » July soybean meal up $8.50 at $368.00/short ton » July 2024 wheat down $.65 at $6.07 » July WTI Crude Oil up $3.89 at $77.91/barrel Weekly highlights: Job Openings: US job openings fell to a 3-year low of 8.1 million in April, down from 8.4 million in March. Job Creation: The US added 272,000 jobs in May, surpassing expectations of 182,000 and April's 165,000. Unemployment: The US unemployment rate rose to 4.0%, maintaining a record streak of months at or below 4%. Turkey Wheat Ban: Turkey banned wheat imports from June 21 to October 15 due to high domestic supplies. Brazil Export Limits: Brazil is limiting commodity exporters' tax credits, likely raising soy prices and shifting sales to the US. Energy Stocks: US energy stocks rose by week ending May 31st. Crude oil stocks increased by 52 million gallons, gasoline by 88 million gallons, and distillates by 134 million gallons. Ethanol Production: US ethanol production rose for the fourth consecutive week to 315 million gallons. Soybean Crush Estimate: The National Oilseed Processors Association revised April US soybean crush estimate to 169.4 million bushels, still below March’s 196.4 million. Futures and Options: Open interest in Chicago futures and options rose for most commodities but fell for rough rice (-11.1%). Managed Money Traders: Traders were net sellers of corn, soybean, and Chicago wheat futures and options. Export Sales: Weekly grain and oilseed export sales were neutral to bearish. Corn export sales were strong, while soybean sales struggled with net cancellations. Export Inspections: Grain and oilseed export inspections were within expectations. Corn inspections helped reduce the seasonal deficit. Crop Progress: 95% of US corn and 87% of soybeans are planted. Corn is rated 74% good to excellent; soybeans, 72%. Cotton is 80% planted, and winter wheat harvest is 12% complete with a slight decrease in condition rating. Topics: » Market recap » Wheat drop » U.S. Jobs » USDA June WASDE » Reports to watch Connect with Brownfield Ag News: » Get the latest ag news: https://www.brownfieldagnews.com/ » Subscribe to Brownfield on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BrownfieldAgNews » Follow Brownfield on X (Twitter): https://x.com/brownfield » Follow Brownfield on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrownfieldAgNews About Brownfield Ag News: Brownfield Ag News is your trusted source for reliable agriculture news, market trends, weather updates, and expert interviews. Get comprehensive coverage and stay ahead in the ever-evolving agriculture industry. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

June 11 • 16m 42.6s
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The Insider Report with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions

Nationally Acclaimed Market Analyst Brian Hoops provides a detailed summary from the trading day. Brian Hoops has been a featured contributor in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, RFD-TV and Sirius XM Radio. [READ MORE...]

June 11
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DriveTime: Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Senate Ag Ranking Member John Boozman offered a Republican led version of a new farm bill today including increases for Title 1 programs as well as trade promotion and research.

June 11 • 4m 59.1s
Noon Market News with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions cover art

Noon Market News with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions

Quick look at agriculture news and what’s happening on the markets. [READ MORE...]

June 11
Daily Dose of Ag with Lorrie Boyer cover art

Daily Dose of Ag with Lorrie Boyer

Mid-Day breaking agriculture news and weather as it concerns rural issues and main-street USA! Join NAFB Past President Lorrie Boyer, one of the most respected voices in farm broadcasting! [READ MORE...]

June 11
Opening Market Discovery with Host Monte James cover art

Opening Market Discovery with Host Monte James

A first look at what’s hot and what’s not at the Chicago Board of Trade. [READ MORE...]

June 11
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Digging in with Attorney General Andrew Bailey

Last Monday, the MOFB Political Action Committee (PAC) voted to endorse Andrew Bailey for a full term as Missouri’s Attorney General. Following that time, Bailey joined MOFB President Garrett Hawkins to talk about his background, history during his time as the incumbent attorney general, and his goals for the state of Missouri as he looks to the future. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts to have Digging In sent directly to your smart device each time it's released! Host: Garrett Hawkins, MOFB President Guest: MO Attorney General Andrew Bailey Producer: Natalie Ayers, Missouri Farm Bureau Video & Audio Media Specialist

June 11 • 25m 16.8s
Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Kids doing BIG Things! cover art

Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Kids doing BIG Things!

Kids can do hard things! I wish all kids could experience this kind of service.   [READ MORE...]

June 11 • 1m 59.9s
Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James cover art

Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James

Featuring a summary of overnight world wide grain trade, regional weather and closing livestock from the previous day. [READ MORE...]

June 11
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419 Brian Clarke September 11th Attack Survivor

Imagine being in the World Trade Center during the attacks of September 11th... imagine the plane hitting your floor. Listen to the incredible story of Brian Clarke

June 11 • 53m 59.6s
Ep. 81: A day in the life of a conservation dog handler (Arden Blumenthal) cover art

Ep. 81: A day in the life of a conservation dog handler (Arden Blumenthal)

Arden Blumenthal, Conservation Dogs Program Coordinator, New York - New Jersey Trail Conference Topics discussed: Conservation dog work compared to upland hunting Dog miles vs. handler miles Good careers for not-so-good pets How many scents can a conservation dog learn and remember? Training different search techniques for different species Stay there, bear Dog/handler relationships Dogs over data New York - New Jersey Trail Conference website: ⁠https://www.nynjtc.org/content/conservation-dog-program⁠ Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/nynjtc_conservationdogs/⁠ Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/nynjtc⁠ K9 Conservationists: https://k9conservationists.org/ Farm Dog is presented by ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Goats On The Go®⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ and hosted by its founder, Aaron Steele. Questions, comments, or topic suggestions? Let us know at ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠FarmDogPodcast.com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠. Creative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/farmdog/message

June 11 • 36m 42.5s
124 | How Milk is Winning New Consumers with Wellness  cover art

124 | How Milk is Winning New Consumers with Wellness

Milk has a whole new story to tell. Eve Pollet, senior vice president of strategic intelligence at Dairy Managment Inc. (DMI)  joins us to share the consumer trends that are creating a hunger for health and wellness solutions, the emerging research around milk’s super-food characteristics and how she and her team are positioning dairy to capture more dollars in the marketplace and add more value back to the dairy farmer.  This Episode is Brought to you in Collaboration with STtalks and STgenetics Listen to STtalks here: ⁠https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sttalks/⁠ Learn more about ST Genetics: ⁠https://www.stgen.com/ Make sure to join the Uplevel Dairy email list below to receive new podcasts, blogs, and offers from Uplevel Dairy in your inbox. To listen to more episodes, head over to Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Don’t forget to rate and review! Subscribe to Uplevel Dairy Podcast on YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClQ6xQHZ0A1vqHKjRkbtJJA⁠ Want to get new episodes in your inbox? Subscribe here: ⁠https://www.upleveldairy.com/subscribe⁠

June 11 • 41m 31.2s
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61. Evolution Of The Heartland: Celebrating Agriculture and Rural Life

The quality of life we enjoy living rurally is something that is difficult to put into words, but rather it must be experienced. This week we brought Shelly Greving on the podcast to highlight her brainchild, Evolution of the Heartland, a movement highlighting  how rural America is changing. Tune in to this week’s episode to hear how Evolution of the Heartland is helping to bring awareness around innovation in rural America and opportunities that exist here. Evolution Of the Heartland Events: DEWITT, IOWA | JULY 25 STANTON, IOWA | SEPTEMBER 12 COON RAPIDS, IOWA | SEPTEMBER 26 MANNING, IOWA | OCTOBER 3 ‌To find out more visit: https://www.evolutionoftheheartland.com or on social Facebook, Instagram Remember we launch new episodes every Tuesday. We’d love to hear your feedback on this episode and our succession series on our Instagram page @beyondthecrops_. We’ve enjoyed connecting with so many of you over there. Let us know if you have any questions or things you’d like us to do a deeper dive on. See ya next time Connect with us outside of the podcast @‌jenaochsner and @‌marypat.sass @‌beyondthecrops_

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The newly published Nebraska Feedlot Labor and Management Survey Report, by Nebraska Extension and Nebraska Cattlemen, looks at data through 2021 and reveals significant changes in labor costs, compensation, and management practices within Nebraska's feedlot industry over the past few years. To discuss the key findings from the survey, including the challenges and trends feedlot operators face in navigating labor costs and industry shifts, is Dr. Elliott Dennis, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist at Nebraska, and a co-author of the report. Find the report at https://cap.unl.edu/feedlotlabor21.

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