Girls Talk Ag Podcast

Podcast Topic:

  • Business

Girls Talk Ag features Jennifer Campbell, a farmer and blogger, Karen Corrigan, an independent agronomist and business owner, and Kelsey Litchfield, an agriculture digital media consultant. With their perfect mix of experience and personality, the girls get together to discuss what’s currently on in agriculture! The trio may not always be politically correct, but always honest when plowing through the manure online.

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Girls Talk Ag | May 15, 2017

Jen gives us insight into her new book just released on Amazon. She tells us all about Pete's story from his troubled start to what he's doing now and what his plans are for the future. The girls discuss what participating in 4H means as well as how much they love Amazon Prime.

The girls discuss the current weather pattern. What it means from an agronomic standpoint, what it may mean to the markets and what you need to do before you decide to plant or replant.

The girls discuss commodity markets and how cash prices are set.

The girls discuss the war of words in the dairy industry between U.S. and Canadian dairy farmers and politicians. What's really going on and what you can do to help.

The girls discuss County of Origin Labeling, what it is, how it started and the countries they shy away from at the grocery store.

The girls introduce their supplemental #HotMessMomsInAg podcast. One filled with true stories of what it's like to be a hot mess mom in ag, mom hacks and a true tale of their most embarrassing mom moments.

The girls discuss what it's like being a woman in agriculture, from how they got started, their experiences and their advice to up and coming women in the industry--as well as some tips for the men in all of our lives.

The girls talk about Cargill's recent move to start working closely with The Non GMO Project. Why farmers are upset, the history of the group and what it means for other groups looking to do the same.

The girls discuss the consolidation taking place in agriculture. What it means for the customer, the industry and the future.

The girls pick up where they left off, talking GMO labeling, food shaming and social media's influence on what we eat.