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Beef and Sustainability in Canada
Fawn Jackson, Director of Policy and International Relations at the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association, joins us this #FriYAY! Fawn talks to us about the status of the Canadian beef industry, sustainability in the cattle industry, and mentorship.
Feedlots and Ag Influencers
Anna Kobza, a graduate student at West Texas A&M University, joins us to talk about her studies in feedlot nutrition, being an ag and Texas transplant, and her popularity on social media.
In honor of the first day of fall, we are talking to second generation farmer Nate Krause! Nate is the owner of Swans Trail Farm. Nate joins us to talk about the history of the farm, pumpkin farming in Washington, and what to expect at their fall festival.
#TechTuesday with Climate Corporation
Michelle Potthoff of The Climate Corporation joins us this week for #TechTuesday! Michelle talks to us about Climate FieldView. We dive into the features, benefits, and pricing.
#MarketMonday with Daniel Hussey
Daniel Hussey, Senior Market Strategist at Zaner Financial Services, is on for #MarketMonday! We talk about recent news from China, the rising strength of the U.S. dollar, the live cattle market, and more.
Meet the Ag Queen
Lorrie Boyer is one of the new podcasters on the Global Ag Network! She has a history of ag broadcasting and has transitioned into the world of podcasting. Tune in then check out her show.
Ab-so-lutely love it
Yesterday’s episode felt a little saucy. Very entertaining...and informative!
I would like to hear a balanced host and cohost. Maybe with an older male with more life experience. The tone of the show seems a little millennialish (to make up a word). Not that they are bad but would be easier to listen to with some guidance from a older cohort.
Thankful for Paul Yaeger
I took a break from this for a while and thought I’d try it again. No thanks. It’s just as bad as I remembered. These two hosts’ biases make this about as useful for gleaning ag information as the Capital Police at a MAGA rally. Delaney’s rants on the Future of Biofuels episode made me thankful that Paul Yaeger has kept Market to Market on an even keel.