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The Dog Show Incident
It's a long way to Noel Clancy's farm in Tipperary, as the old song goes. But it was well worth the journey, as we talk Dorset Poll sheep, direct selling meat, THE DOG SHOW INCIDENT, social media, his fantastic podcast 'Out the Gap', and much, much more.
Talking 'Bout Regeneration
George Sly talks about the agri-engineering business he started at 21 that now exports machines all around the world, being an unexpected farmer, and the ambitious and exciting plans he has for an agroforestry on his farm.
All this and lots, lots more.
Sean McGloin talks about how he came to be making and selling organic kefir, the National Organic Training Skillnet and the training that they provide, and this year's BioFarm 2020 online conference featuring a stellar line up of speakers from all round the World.
Parrots, Sheep & Not Much Sleep
Honest, open, heartwarming, and funny. Just some of the reasons why Kit Russell is one of my favourite people to follow on social media.
Listen as we discuss her early life in london, mental health problems, post-natal depression, and finding salvation in sheep and the outdoors.
All this and much, much more.
The increased importance of winter security on the farm
As the clocks go back Will talks to Robin Till from NFU Mutual's Risk Management Services and PC Steven Kaminski from Cheshire Police to talk about the security challenges at this time of year, and to offer practical advice for the farming community.
Leading the Way
Kate Rowell is one of my favourite people in farming. Listen as we discuss her family farm, working as a livestock vet during foot & mouth, returning to farming, and how she got involved with Quality Meat Scotland, and how she ended up chairing the organisation!
All this, and lots more.
Customer ReviewsSee All
When you stop learning you stop living
I’ve learned so much more about farming by listening to these podcasts. Will has a great way of conversing with his guests and you can tell they are at ease speaking to him. It’s a great way of learning more about agriculture and the wider industry. Keep it up Will, your work is very much appreciated.
On farmers we rely
Fantastic insight to how our Farmers are real people who cares greatly for animal and the environment. Thank you Will.
Great to have you back
Hi Will Been meaning time write this for weeks - great to have you back in air - your interviews just get better and better. Thank you for all the time and effort you take in producing such interesting and stimulating content. Richard