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Ag News Daily Podcast

The Ag News Daily podcast is compilation of the latest agricultural news in one convenient 30 minute talk show styled run down. Combined with fascinating interviews from folks all across the industry, the AND podcast aims to be your daily dose of agricultural news!

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Working Cows Podcast

Tune in with Clay Conry, a western South Dakota native, as he provides a platform for producers to discuss paradigm challenging practices in the cattle industry.

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Girls Talk Ag Podcast

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

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TopSoil Podcast

The TopSoil Podcast goal is to bring awareness to the #SoilHealth and #RegenerativeAg movement. #SoilNation

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The Dryline Farmer Podcast

A weekly podcast with an aim to entertain its audience with an on-the-fly comedy and commentary style of production.

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Throwback Iron

A podcast focused on the history of machinery and iron.

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Heifer Please!!

Women in agriculture face challenges everyday! Join us as we talk with farming and ranching women working in the industry.

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Agnes Answers

Think of Agnes as the new Ann Landers for the agriculture world. Send in your own farming foibles, marketing mysteries or personal predicaments to this approachable and amusing agony aunt, and receive thoughtful advice from Agnes and her guest experts.

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Premier Podcast

Coming soon, the Premier Podcast sponsored by Premier Crop Systems!

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Idle Chatter

Success on the farm is a three-legged stool: agronomy, business and machinery. Great judgement in the first two areas can quickly be evaporated by poor decisions in the farm shop regarding maintenance and repair. For your farm or ranch to be profitable it needs to be recognized that it is not the r...

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Global Ag Network - Podcasts

Ep. 090 - Dallas Mount -

  • May 21, 2019
Dallas Mount, Extension Educator for the University of Wyoming and instructor for the final class of the High Plains Ranch Practicum joined me ahead of the June 26th launch of the class. We discuss profitability targets for the 2018 calf crop and how you could use them to inform the decisions you are still making about the 2019 calf crop.

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Ep. 089 - Dalmas Tiampati - Maasai Center for Regenerative Pastoralism

  • May 20, 2019
Dalmas Tiampati of the Maasai Center for Regenerative Pastoralism of Kenya joined me to discuss the history of Maasai Pastoralism, the effects of colonialism, as well as his hopes, dreams, and definition of success for his people. We talk about how Dalmas plans to use Holistic Management to regenerate land, livestock, and his communities through ancient pastoralist practices.

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MIP Markets with Chip Nellinger 5-20-19

  • May 20, 2019
MIP Markets w/ Chip Nellinger 5-20-19Chip talks how Weather Markets and Prevent Plant are dominating trade.Part of the @GlobalAgNetworkReach Chip @ 1-309-550-7213@bluereefAG BlueReefInc.com.@TraderBrent @casey9673 @throwback_Iron @GoddessOfGrain #AgEquipmentBusinesTalk movingironllc.com globalagnetwork.com

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May 17, 2019 Dr. John Newton from AFBF

  • May 17, 2019
Well, more rain is coming down across the corn belt, the soybean market fell out of bed, but US Beef is headed back to Japan without restriction! Mixed bag in the world of ag news today.Field Reporter Bruce Gaarder has today's interview for us with Dr. John Newton, Chief Economist with the American Farm Bureau Federation and they talk trade and what's ahead for our industry. Have a great weekend, everybody!

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Moving Iron Podcast #135 - Don Aberle Titian Machinery

  • May 17, 2019
Moving Iron Podcast #135 – Don Aberle Titian MachineryPart of the @GlobalAgNetworkWe talk about planting delays and the effect on equipment sales as well as, some bright and dull spots in the market.Thanks for listening to this edition of the Moving Iron Podcast now part of the Global Ag Network, if you would like to continue any of these conversations you can hit me up on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram @MovingIronLLC You can send also send an email at movingironpodcast@movingironpodcast.com. You can also visit the Moving Iron Podcast YouTube Channel and watch Market Roundup With Chip Nellinger, Shawn Hackett, and Angie Setzer also, Tax Moves with Glen Birnbaum.Please visit Movingironllc.com. Here you can find information, details, and updates for the 2019 Moving Iron Summit in Nashville, TN,If you would like to support the podcast you can leave a review and subscribe atiTunesGoogle PlayStitcher radioTune In RadioSound CloudSpotifyAnd GlobalAgNetwork.comSo, until Next Time… Let's go move some Iron.... This is Casey Seymour…. out.#AgEquipmentBusinessTalk

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Moving Iron Markets with Angie Setzer 5-17-19

  • May 17, 2019
MIP Markets w/ Angie Setzer 5-17-19Part of the @GlobalAgNetworkWeather, Weather, and more Weather! Reach Angie At asetzer@citizenselevator.com, or on twitter @GoddessOfGrain. @AarorFintel @rrjanousek @casey9673 @traderbrent @throwback_iron #AgEquipmentBusinessTalk movingironllc.com globalagnetwork.com

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