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This is the greatest collection of agricultural related podcasts. Your earbuds can't even comprehend it!

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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

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...

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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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PigX

Ideas in the swine industry worth sharing. Join extension specialists and swine industry experts as they engage in conversations aimed to help producers succeed in raising healthy pigs. PigX is a national podcast hosted by the Iowa Pork Industry Center at Iowa State University.

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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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Idle Chatter

For your farm or ranch to be profitable it needs to be recognized that it is not the revenue that you generate but rather… the income that you keep! To this cause, I have created the weekly podcast, Idle Chatter. It is a means to transfer knowledge about all aspects of the equipment that is employed...

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Ag State of Mind

ASoM focuses on mental health and how it affects those of us involved in agriculture. I will hold conversations with both professionals and producers about addressing mental health in ag and how we can adequately remedy the stresses.

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Global Ag Network - Podcasts

Texas Tech Meats Judging

  • Jan 22, 2021
Happy #FriYAY! Today we are talking to Taylor Schertz, a competitor turned coach for the Texas Tech Meats Judging Team. Taylor tells us about her experience as a competitor, being featured in Sports Illustrated, becoming a judge, and more.

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Pardon Me?

  • Jan 21, 2021
President Trump handed out pardons this week as he left office, so the natural thing to do was for Brent and Landon to hand out their own "pardons".

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The Beef Checkoff Petition

  • Jan 21, 2021
Karina Jones joins us to talk about the history of the Beef Checkoff, the current petition circling the industry, and what it means.

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La Niña and What to Expect

  • Jan 20, 2021
Jim Roemer of Best Weather is here for a weather update. Jim tells us about the La Niña season and what it means for South American weather, U.S. planting weather, and more.

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Tom Tenseth Hunts Stuff

  • Jan 18, 2021
Brent talks with Tom Tenseth. A hunter, truck hustler, Dairy Queen aficionado, and biker hooligan.

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On the Road to Peter Maier.

  • Jan 18, 2021
After seeing Peter’s work at the New York World’s Fair, renowned Automotive Designer and VP of General Motors Corporation, Bill Mitchell, hired him. Peter’s career was interrupted while he served in Vietnam. Upon his return, Peter went on to a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer, one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM. He rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. He left the security of his position at GM in 1980, and although approached by other major automotive companies, embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a fine artist.Pete, aged 33, Senior Designer at CadillacIn the design studio Pete directs modeler, Bob Schmidt on what was to become the 1980 Seville. Also pictured, Bob Ryland (back facing) and fellow designer, George Camp (distant). Pete and "Wolfie" in front of his life-size graphite drawing

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ASOM- Ep 69 - Nicole Rodriguez, RD - Enjoy Food, Enjoy Life

  • Jan 17, 2021
Hello and Welcome to this episode fo Ag State of Mind a proud member of the Global Ag network. Today we are continuing our series on diet and nutrition with my friend Nicole Rodriguez. I'll start off and let everyone know that the episode ends rather abruptly. We had some issues with my rural internet connection that wreaked havoc for us. We had to restart our connection once but then it finally shut off for good toward the end. The joys of podcasting with rural internet. Nicole is a registered dietician from Long Island who is an incredible advocate for the beef industry. We talk about a lot of things but we really focus on advocacy in the beef industry and how we as producers have an important story to tell to help connect consumers with their food. We also talk about relationship with food. How there are no real “good” or “bad” foods and, simply, how we should actually eat real food and stay away from liquid diets and other things of similar nature. Nicole and I originally connected on Twitter but she has become one of my favorite follows on Instagram. To find out about Nicole, her blog, and her social media, go to https://enjoyfoodenjoylife.com/

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