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Working at Louisiana Farm Bureau, my coworkers and I get to travel the state telling stories for farmers on our TV show, This Week In Louisiana Agriculture. What we’ve found is that there are a lot of interesting aspects that don’t make it into the finished story you see on the show. This podcast is our way to more fully tell that story. Our hope is that you better understand the issues farmers face every single day, and that he or she isn’t much different from you and I. We want this podcas ...
 
On Goodnight Azania Life in Mzansi is given a completely new and fresh treatment. Hosted by Durban-born Mzamo Simone, the podcast is a melting pot for the discussion of varied themes relating to South African culture and society. I host a widely ranging set of different guests whose work has helped shape our understanding of the past present and future of this country, and this is done with all the poise and precision that such a task commands. email: goodnightazania@gmail.com
 
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On this week’s edition, we talk Arkansas weather with KATV meteorologist Todd Yakoubian and we learn about the next stage of construction on the Grand Prairie Irrigation District. We also hear about the long relationship between the Arkansas Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee and Ronald McDonald House Charities.…
 
The American Farm Bureau Federation this week announced a directory of resources for farmers and ranchers struggling with stress and mental health. The post Farm Bureau Providing Resources for Stress and Mental Health appeared first on Tennessee Farm Bureau.Di TN Home and Farm Radio
 
Good Monday morning welcome to the Idaho Farm Bureau market report, available on Spotify and iTunes. We had nice warm temperatures across the state over the weekend. We’re coming to you from Boise where it’s 55-degrees here this morning, 46 degrees in Poky, 42 in IF, 50-degrees in the Magic Valley, and 48-degrees in Moscow, and 46 in CDA. Onto the …
 
Tennessee native Dr. Robert Williams is back home in the volunteer state, serving as the department head of the University of Tennessee Food Science department in Knoxville. As a graduate of the program himself, Dr. Williams says he’s seen the department progress and grow. The post A Program to Help Train the Next Generation of Food Industry Worker…
 
Thanks for joining us—Ive been out and about, visiting farms and had the chance to check out an operation in Caldwell. Cherry Hill farm wants to open up their orchards and have visitors again…They held blossom tours and they’re doing direct marketing and will have some U-pick operations later in the summer…Its a new version of Ag tourism…and its wo…
 
Good Monday morning welcome to the Idaho Farm Bureau market report, available on Spotify and iTunes. We had cool temperatures across the state over the weekend. We’re coming to you from Boise where it’s 40-degrees here this morning,34 degrees in Poky, 32 in IF, 37-degrees in the Magic Valley, and 39-degrees in Moscow, and 40 in CDA. Onto the market…
 
On this week’s edition, we sit down for a chat with the recently retired crop, soil and environmental expert Dr. Andrew Sharpley about his distinguished academic career and his experience working on the Discovery Farms Program and with Arkansas farmers. We also dig a little deeper into Arkansas Discovery Farms with the University of Arkansas’s Mike…
 
One of the The biggest moneymakers in US Agriculture are exports And the good news that exports continue to rise. Gary Crawford reports from Washington. Corn prices have been strong since December and corn exports are still making news… And it's still Tax season…the deadline was extended till May 17th, The Biden Administration is proposing some cha…
 
Good Monday morning welcome to the Idaho Farm Bureau market report, available on Spotify and iTunes. We had thunder showers across the state over the weekend. We’re coming to you from Boise where it’s 46-degrees here this morning,43 degrees in Poky,f 41 in IF, 39-degrees in the Magic Valley and 40-degrees in Moscow and 43 in CDA. Onto the markets M…
 
On this week’s edition, we learn about a unique new video project called “Experience Arkansas Agriculture,” and we talk to agriculture economics professor Dr. Bob Stark, who is retiring this summer after a distinguished career at the University of Arkansas at Monticello. We also get a final legislative session wrap-up from Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Je…
 
Space: the last frontier for mankind. By 2025, NASA is planning on making a big leap as they work on sending astronauts to the Red Planet. An important part of a manned space mission however is figuring out how to support your crew for a minimum of 18 months in space, which is why they have a deep space food challenge to see if a technology or syst…
 
The Juliaetta Fire started April 21st, growing to 20 acres near the small town of Juliaetta in north-central Idaho about 30 miles northeast of Lewiston. That fire was contained just a few days ago. Wildfires this early are rare and it's a sign of how dry conditions are in Idaho. The Chief of the U.S. Forest Service back in Washington recently discu…
 
Good Monday morning welcome to the Idaho Farm Bureau market report, available on Spotify and iTunes. We had good rain showers across the state over the weekend. We’re coming to you from Boise where it’s 39-degrees here this morning, 36 degrees in Pocatello and IF, 39-degrees in the Magic Valley, and 36-degrees in Moscow and CDA areas. Onto the mark…
 
On this week’s edition, we talk about the potential impact of cold weather on one grower’s peach crop, we hear from the Speaker of the Arkansas House of Representatives about agriculture-focused legislation, and we get an update on other happenings at the state legislature from Arkansas Farm Bureau’s own Jeff Pitchford.…
 
On this week’s edition, we talk about the potential impact of cold weather on one grower’s peach crop, we hear from the Speaker of the Arkansas House of Representatives about agriculture-focused legislation, and we get an update on other happenings at the state legislature from Arkansas Farm Bureau’s own Jeff Pitchford.…
 
On Earth Day and every day, our farmers across this great state are working to protect our natural resources and our national security by taking care of the land, water and air as they continue producing our food, fiber and fuel supply for this country and the world. The post Sustaining Our Future Every Day appeared first on Tennessee Farm Bureau.…
 
Thanks for joining us: Back in Washington, there’s a couple of Senators that want to get rid of the so-called, stepped-up basis in agriculture, the problem is that the proposal would greatly impact farmers and ranchers across the country…and would keep them from passing the farm down to the next generation: Passing that farm down is a food security…
 
Good Monday morning welcome to the Idaho Farm Bureau market report, available on Spotify and itunes. We’re coming to you from Boise where it’s 37-degrees here morning, 23 degrees in Pocatello and IF, 32-degrees in the Magic Valley and 34-degrees in Moscow and CDA. Onto the markets: May 21st Corn futures opens at $5.85 up 9 cents this week in Chicag…
 
With the rising value of timber and specific species of Tennessee timber already at a premium, thieves are taking advantage and actually cutting and stealing trees right off the landscape. The post Timber Theft on the Rise in Tennessee appeared first on Tennessee Farm Bureau.Di TN Home and Farm Radio
 
On this week’s edition, we get the latest on cotton planting in Arkansas, learn about the important connection between water fowl and rice farming, and hear the latest on what’s being done to fight the feral hog problem in the state. We also get an update on what’s happening at the state legislature.…
 
Thanks for joining us— Our travels take us to all kinds of farms and ranches here in Idaho…I thought I had seen it all Until I got wind of a worm farm. My first thoughts centered on a farm out in the country…and then I heard it was downtown, in a basement. I had to see it… In our Boise office, the Governmental Affairs crew is still in the thick of …
 
Good Monday morning welcome to the Idaho Farm Bureau market report, available on Spotify and iTunes. We’re coming to you from Boise where it’s 36-degrees here morning, 28 degrees in Pocatello and IF, 29-degrees in the Magic Valley, and 34-degrees in Moscow and CDA. Onto the markets May 21st Corn futures opens at $5.77 down 2 cents in Chicago. Wheat…
 
The past episodes of formal history have proven to us that the approach of social history is sometimes unable to go beyond its broad categories, to reach down to what I can call the human heart. I suppose this could be partly because there would be so many human hearts to consider such that the task would simply become impossible because people die…
 
Gov. Bill Lee and other state, local and federal officials were on hand for the grand opening of the Tyson Humboldt processing facility and are excited for what this means for our most important industry. The post Tyson Investment a Shot in the Arm appeared first on Tennessee Farm Bureau.Di TN Home and Farm Radio
 
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