Girls Talk Ag Podcast

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An agronomist, cash trader and farmer get real and talk about the latest current events in agriculture.

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Rocking It

  • Oct 12, 2018
October is Down Syndrome awareness month, the girls talk about why it holds such special meaning to them.


Tacos and Tariffs

  • Oct 5, 2018
The girls chat about hot taco takes before moving on to the current market structure and tariff chat. A little talk about dockage, shrinkage and language not suitable for your grandmother included at no extra cost!


Where Does Your Right To Farm End?

  • Sep 12, 2018
The girls discuss the major money awarded by juries to those claiming harm caused by agriculture. From nuisance lawsuits against hog farms in North Carolina to a jury determining Round Up caused cancer in California, the girls examine where our right to farm actually ends.


A Season of Change

  • Aug 16, 2018
The girls chat about big changes in their lives as we head towards fall. One kid starts college, another kindergarten while the third member of the trio heads east. A nice crop update and thoughts on the most recent USDA report included at no additional cost!


4-H In All Its Glory

  • Aug 9, 2018
The girls talk about their 4-H experience and the 4-H experiences of their listeners. Crack up over the many wild steer stories, figure out why that banner is so important and learn about the competitive world of gerbil showing.


Crop Update June 28, 2018

  • Jun 28, 2018
The girls talk about what's taking place across the Corn Belt, from whether or not it's the best crop ever on the Campbell farm to what Karen is seeing from an agronomic standpoint, sharing with us what early pollination means to whether or not the crop is actually "good to excellent" once you get into it. Updates on dicamba and the trade war included at no extra cost.


Kyle Samp is a Hot Mess Dad in Ag

  • Jun 22, 2018
Known as Mocornfarmer on Twitter the girls talk to Kyle Samp. From what it's like to farm in Missouri, to his love for cattle and who ended up with the poo on them, Kyle gives us insight into what being a hot mess dad in ag is really like.


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