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Federated Farmers Podcast

Federated Farmers of NZ

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

Andy Chamberlin

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A behind the scenes podcast where we visit with farmers and learn what it takes to be a sustainable produce grower across the triple bottom line of people, profits and our planet.
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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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Irish Farmers Journal podcasts

Irish Farmers Journal

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The Irish Farmers Journal has over 400,000 weekly print readers (Kantar Media’s 2023 TGI Survey) and was awarded 2023 Irish Media Brand of the Year. Get the latest farming news, prices, analysis and advice from the award-winning Farmers Journal team in our podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to the sister podcast of Youtuber bareflowerfarm where we interview flower farmers with all experiences- those with just 1 year under their belt to over a decade. So many small flower farms are successful, yet ”fly under the radar” and it’s my goal to highlight their experiences and learnings so that we can all benefit. These interviews are originally made for Youtube, and we encourage your to check out our Youtube channel for visuals and even more episodes! www.youtube.com/@bareflow ...
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Two Grumpy Farmers

Two Grumpy Farmers

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Taking on all of our world's problems one podcast at a time from the perspective of agriculture, AJ Lanier and Tyler Tobald are Two Grumpy Farmers. These two farmers from totally different backgrounds enjoy tackling the tough issues that face the world today. They're not shy, they're not censored, and they're not fans of engineers. These Two Grumpy Farmers will tell it how it is.
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The Farmers I Know

Carolyn Hirshon

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In The Farmers I Know podcast, Carolyn Hirshon honors farmers as thought leaders, encouraging them to share their stories and ideas on addressing social and environmental justice issues in their communities through sustainable agriculture.
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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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FARMERS ON FIRE

Dr. Joseph Deji Folutile

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Welcome to FARMERS ON FIRE Podcast where notable and successful farmers are interviewed by Dr. Joseph Deji-Folutile to instruct, motivate and inspire farmers to succeed faster and better.
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The Farmers Story features farmers, ranchers, agriculture educators, and more as we seek to advocate for agriculture through the stories and experiences of real-life people. Hear their incredible recounts of the struggles and blessings that working in agriculture brings, and how they fulfill their mission to feed the world.
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Farmers Jam Radio

Farmers Jam

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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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The Farmers Podcast

Noel Bubner and Andrew Parker

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The Farmers Podcast is a series of light hearted chats with farmers who have diversified their businesses. We also have a talk to some of the characters and story tellers involved directly with agriculture to hear their stories.
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Each week, we'll interview a different member of Practical Farmers of Iowa about their farm. We’ll hear practical information from all types of farmers: new and experienced; young and old; small and large; horticulture, livestock and row-crop farmers. We’ll talk with farmers about the issues most relevant to the farming community: the nitty gritty of growing and raising all sorts of plants and animals; on-farm research; protecting and improving soil and water quality; farm profitability; the ...
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Developing Successful Farmers

Penn State Extension

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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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FCLG: Farmers Sharing Calls

Fellowship of Christ-Like Growers

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As farmers, we often choose our agronomy strategies alone, with only sales pitches to guide us. We worry for our farm’s future because our success depends on salespeople who may place their interests ahead of ours. The Fellowship of Christ Like Growers is working to change this with our Farmers Sharing Calls. Our podcasts are an opportunity to bless each other with shared knowledge without sales pitches and the pressure to buy something. We center our discussions around soil health, not a pa ...
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Young Farmers Podcast

National Young Farmers Coalition

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

Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals

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Presented by www.coopfarming.coop. A candid new podcast series will tell the stories of Australian farmers transforming their businesses and fighting back from the brink by working together. Featuring leading primary producers, the eight-episode podcast MEET THE CO-OP FARMERS will address some of the biggest issues in farming, put forward solutions aimed at future-proofing Australian family farms and talk to farmers and fishers fighting back with the co-operative model. Pete Lewis speaks fra ...
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We all need to eat. Every day. Whether you are omnivore, vegetarian, vegan, paleo, the human body still needs food. Which means that farmers are essential to our lives. But who are the people who grow and raise food & fibre in Australia? How is it grown? What are the misconceptions, controversies, points of contention between eaters and growers? We ask all these questions and more as we endeavour to build a bridge from the country to the city and help people who like to eat understand the pr ...
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On this week’s show we hear from farmer and trials manager at Goldcrop John Dunne who we spoke with at his farm during the company’s open days last week. John shares his thoughts on the current season from 4” of rain after wheat planting to taking sowing opportunities in a difficult spring and a new machinery purchase. Goldcrops arable seeds manage…
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With a highly contagious strain of bird flu now in Antarctica, the risk of it entering NZ has increased. What could its arrival mean for our agriculture sector, and what can farmers do to beef up on-farm biosecurity? Find out from Mary van Andel, the Ministry for Primary Industries’ chief veterinary officer. Note: some statistics mentioned in this …
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It is the third week of the General Election campaign and political parties have now published their manifestos. The Farmers Guardian news and business team take a closer look at the parties pledges for farming and rural communities. We look at budget, bovine TB policy, planning reform, food and the environment, and what the opinion polls look like…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, farm leader Tom Bradshaw calls for Covid-style business loans to help farmers ride out the impact of a challenging year. We join thousands of growers at the 2024 Cereals event in Hertfordshire – the UK's biggest two-day show for arable farmers. We get the low-down on the latest wheat and barley varieties – a…
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In this weeks episode we take a look forward to who is going to win the Euros, Mbappe's move to Real Madrid and Man City trying to widen the gap on the rest as they sue the Premier League --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-farmers-league/message
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Send us a Text Message. Today’s episode comes to you from Shaftsbury Vermont, where we visit with Lisa McDougall of Mighty Food Farm. We start off the episode with a tour through her seven greenhouses and glance at some of the equipment that she’s using to farm over 14 acres of vegetables. We then pull up a stool in the greenhouse and have a deeper…
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You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn’t love a spud! Baked, mashed, jacket, wedge, or hash brown – they’re all good. In fact, 85% percent of us have potatoes in the home pantry. But perhaps more unexpectedly, the huge industry behind this vegetable warrants a World Potato Congress. And this year’s is happening in our own backyard in Adelai…
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It is one of the most recognized fertilizer brands amongst small organic flower farmers and gardeners, yet many of us have never heard of the origin story of Neptune's Harvest. We talk about what it takes to make this fertilizer, the difference between a cold process, hydrolyzed fertilizer vs a fish emulsion, and when/how to apply fish fertilizer. …
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This week, we talk to Adam about one lady feeding 180 calves in under seven minutes, Darren on CAP money, Aidan on what the EPA numbers reveal. Adam also chats with John O’Loughlin on nitrogen for a second cut silage Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On this week’s tillage podcast we hear from Evan Leeper, a farmer in Springfield, Illinois in the US taking part in a regenerative agriculture programme with ADM. We hear how crops are looking in Co. Laois and look and what might be causing stress and increased BYDV levels. Grain markets moved down tis week. We look at what’s impacting on markets, …
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Cathal McCabe joins us on this week’s Young Stock Podcast to chat about all things crops. Cathal has worked in crops research and is now a lecturer in crops research. He talks about working out in the fields and taking to the classroom. Cathal chats about the new crop science course in UCD and his career path to date. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, with an increase in dog attacks on livestock, we look at the options for farmers trying to combat a growing problem. Politicians are battling for farmers' votes in the run-up to next month's elections – so why aren't would-be MPs being clear about policies for agriculture? We preview this month's Cereals eve…
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This week we talk to Adam Woods about his take on the beef price rise, Darren Carty on top earners in CAP and Martin Merrick talks to us about what VAT reclaim listing means for farmers Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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In a #Farm24 special, online editor Emily Ashworth speaks to butcher Matt Slack, who has over 135,000 followers on Tik Tok and over 90,000 on Facebook. Matt is passionate about connecting people back to their produce and where it comes from - and to take a closer look at the farming industry, because they may just be surprised Message us…
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On this week’s Tillage Podcast we’re joined by Tim Looby, an agronomist with McDonnell Bros based in Co Cork. Tim chats about what’s happening in the fields at the minute and gives a run down on crop condition, growth stages and disease levels. Niamh Murphy attended a Teagasc Signpost Walk on Gavin Tully’s farm recently and we hear how he manages a…
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It is no secret that farming needs to attract fresh talent, and there are so many opportunities for people to find a career that suits them. This is the case for Jack Scott who, after attending an Open Farm Sunday at Emma Loder-Symonds farm, Nonington farms. Emma's passion is education and allowing people of all ages to experience what it's like on…
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Our guest for this episode is Sarah Adams, Gallagher’s GM of Global Strategy & New Ventures, who explains how virtual fencing works, what benefits it offers, what problems it can solve, and some common misconceptions. Sarah also covers other emerging technologies, and how tech is helping to bring greater precision to farming, particularly to those …
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On this week’s Young Stock Podcast, we speak to Joe Moynihan, the man behind the Co Kerry based business that is JM Agri Design, specialising in loader attachments and particularly well known for its range of over arm or elephant trunk bale handlers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, we ask is there a problem with young farmer culture? The debate follows a Farmers Weekly's investigation into the experiences of young women of sexual assault at young farmers' events. We look at why farmers could be faced with changes to the amount of muck and slurry they can spread in the autumn following …
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This week, we chat to Adam Woods on beef prices, Darren Carty on the recent weight gains at Tullamore Farm, Aidan Brennan on US developments in dairy breeding. We also talk to Edward Healy form Grassland AGRO about second cut silage. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This week, the news team discuss everything from politics ahead of European and local elections next week to anaerobic digestion, ACRES payment delays, how farms could help prevent flash flooding and mental health. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Gazegill farm is gently nestled into the heart of the Lancashire countryside, and for years owners Emma Robinson and Ian O'Reilly have been building their farm-to-customer business through meat box and raw milk sales. Nature is at the heart of all they do; it comes first and that approach applies to their new on-farm venture, their restaurant Eight…
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On this week’s show we chat to Claire Caldbeck of Rubisco Seeds who we met in the US last week. We hear about all things canola (oilseed rape), planting progress and weather. We look at this week’s tillage news and of course have the grain market and weather reports. The Tillage Podcast is supported by Bayer Crop Science. Hosted on Acast. See acast…
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Though his Tik Tok username is Worlds Most Boring, sheep farmer and photographer Micheal Quinn from Co. Mayo entertains thousands of viewers with his and his sheep dogs Sally’s antics running a hill sheep flock in the West of Ireland, with Sally being the real star of the show who is also a fan of watching television. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com…
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A father-daughter duo is embarking on a bold venture to offer curious visitors, a front row seat to a day in the life of a traditional farmer. From lamb-marking to planting winter crops, and even fencing – whatever is on the agenda is an open book. Gilgooma located near Coonamble in north-west NSW is an 11,500-acre working property and now a farm-s…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, we look at what the forthcoming General Election might mean for UK farmers – who is promising what and to whom. After Defra unveils its latest offer for the Sustainable Farming Incentive, we get the lowdown on the implications for your farm business. Glyphosate or ploughing – what is best for soil health? We…
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This week, Darren Carty explains how exporter demand is driving lamb prices up, Adam Woods tells us about mixed messages on the beef trade and Martin Merrick talks about slurry storage and confusion over TAMS grants. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On this week’s show we report from the US where we’re seeing plenty of corn and soybeans being planted and emerging. Editor Jack Kennedy and dairy editor Aidan Brennan join us to talk about what we’re seeing and have updates from visits to Archer Daniels Midland Company and Bayer Crop Science. Back at home we visited Ronan Lynch at Deeside Agri Ser…
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This week, Farmers Guardian reporter Chris Brayford discusses the value of the wool sector with British Wool chief executive Andrew Hogley. During the episode, Andrew talks about the challenges the industry faces, his passion to work with sheep farmers, the high-quality of wool as a global commodity, the importance of traceability and sustainabilit…
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What’s happening with live cattle exports? If allowed again in NZ, what measures would be in place to ensure animals are safe and comfortable on their journey and at their destination? Hear from Richard McIntyre, Federated Farmers national board member, and Brian Pearson, general manager at livestock export business BeefGen.…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, we run the rule over Defra's new food security index – will it really mean a better deal for British farmers? We get the lowdown on Rishi Sunak's second Farm to Fork Summit – and ask whether the Prime Minister's garden party for food producers will achieve anything? Is it positive for pigs? An upbeat Pig and…
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This week, we're live from the Balmoral Show! Tune in to hear the latest pedigree news and stories, get an update on the milk price situation, and explore all things sheep. We'll also provide a roundup of news and views from our Northern Ireland team. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Charlotte Ashley and her husband, Roy, have always had a dream: Jersey cows. Having been beef and sheep farmers in Cumbria for many years, their dream has finally come to fruition, having recently finished building their shed which now houses their newly-welcomed Jersey cow herd. But what was the motivation behind the decision? Dairy can be a volat…
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On this week’s show we report on planting progress and crop condition across the country. We travelled to Co Waterford on Friday, 10 May to walk some crops with farmer Pádraig Connery and had a chat with him on the 2024 season so far. We have the latest tillage news, the grain trends report and weather. The Tillage Podcast is supported by Bayer Cro…
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This week's episode we talk about the gap between the Premier League and the Championship, the gap they leave after a vasectomy, and if the gap left by Declan Rice meant the end for David Moyes. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-farmers-league/message
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On this week’s Young Stock Podcast, we speak to John Keane of the Make the Moove initiative which has put a crisis response team in place to deal with trauma in rural communities Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Being a farmer often means being your own boss. It can involve long days spent alone. Given that, it’s very easy to stay in your own lane. Jamie Pepper’s ‘lane’ is sheep and cattle farming in Victoria. But he’s stepped outside his comfort zone in many ways. He’s a leader in the industry, with a place on the National Farmers Federation Young Farmers…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Defra secretary Steve Barclay promises more support for farmers following a challenging wet winter and spring. Mr Barclay made the pledge in a keynote speech at the Farmers Weekly Transition Live event in Cambridgeshire on Thursday, 9 May 2024. This episode of the Farmers Weeky Podcast was recorded on locati…
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This week we talked to Adam Woods on the beef price slide, Darren Carty on crucial BISS details and Aidan Brennan on nitrates across Europe. We also hear from Michael Murray from ESB Networks on farm safety Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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It has been a busy few weeks in politics, with local elections in England and a new First Minister in Scotland. The Farmers Guardian news and business team take a look at what the political landscape looks like for rural voters as well as a look ahead to next week's Farm to Fork summit at Number 10 Downing Street. The team also discuss the first fo…
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This week on the podcast Noel Bardon discuses how TB trends are worsening on farms with herd incidence reaching a ten-year record. Anne O’Donoghue reports on septic tank inspections and the percentage of tanks that failed necessary requirements. Declan O’Brien also has the latest on concrete costs and potential fertiliser penalties facing farmers. …
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On this week’s podcast we have details of the Irish Farmers Journal grain price survey and all the latest news. We attended a Teagasc crop walk on Wednesday and chatted to Shay Phelan from Teagasc and David Cooney from Bayer on fieldwork. As always, we have the grain market and weather reports. The Tillage Podcast is sponsored by Bayer Crop Science…
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Send us a Text Message. Today’s Episode comes to you from Danville Vermont where we visit with Jacob Mills of McDonald Farm Stand. We start off the show with a tour of a newly built 30x40 wash/pack space. Then continue through several high tunnels and talk about spinach, tomatoes, tulips and more. We talk about field production as well and wrap the…
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