10 episodes

Get to know those who work in agriculture on a daily basis. Find out what they do, the challenges and opportunities they face, and what they think the future holds for agriculture. You'll also have a chance to hear what they do for fun when they aren't working hard to feed the world.

All Things Agricultur‪e‬ Eric Carey

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Get to know those who work in agriculture on a daily basis. Find out what they do, the challenges and opportunities they face, and what they think the future holds for agriculture. You'll also have a chance to hear what they do for fun when they aren't working hard to feed the world.

    Horses, Colorado, and Maternal Programming. All Things Agriculture Episode 10: Amanda Jones

    Horses, Colorado, and Maternal Programming. All Things Agriculture Episode 10: Amanda Jones

    Amanda Jones works for Boehringer Ingelheim, a research driven pharmaceutical company, in Connecticut. She has done extensive research into Maternal Programming in small ruminants at UConn and the University of Colorado.   

    I'm Eric Carey the host of All things Agriculture Podcast. I am a 5th generation dairy farmer in Groton NY. We milk 300 cows and practice rotational grazing.   

    Send me an email with any questions or comments at: allthingsagr@gmail.com  

    Follow and All Things Agriculture Podcast on facebook!  https://www.facebook.com/All-Things-Agriculture-Podcast-102089605130715  

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    Time codes 0:00 Intro 2:12 Meet Amanda 3:25 Riding horses 10:23 Cornell Western Team 12:25 Cornell/Horse Research 25:37 Working at a calf farm/Maternal Programming 39:00 Ultrasound Ewes for pregnancy  48:51 University of Colorado 51:45 Working for Boehringer Ingelheim  56:35 Does Amanda publish papers? 59:37 Amanda's hobbies and fun in Colorado 1:10:10 Planning her wedding during Covid 1:13:55 What job would you want outside of Ag? 1:21:40 Who would be your dream dinner date?

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Germany, sheep, and grazing. All Things Agriculture Podcast Episode 9: Niko Kochendoerfer

    Germany, sheep, and grazing. All Things Agriculture Podcast Episode 9: Niko Kochendoerfer

    Listen to Niko talk about working with sheep in Germany, research at Cornell, and what she thinks the future of grazing sheep has to offer the Northeast United States.   I'm Eric Carey the host of All things Agriculture Podcast. I am a 5th generation dairy farmer in Groton NY. We milk 300 cows and practice rotational grazing.    Send me an email with any questions or comments at: allthingsagr@gmail.com   Like and follow All Things Agriculture Podcast on facebook!  https://www.facebook.com/All-Things-Agriculture-Podcast-102089605130715   You can now listen to the podcast in audio form on Spotify, Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, Breaker, Castbox, Overcast, Radio Public, Anchor, and Pocket Cast! Just search "All things Agriculture"  https://anchor.fm/eric-carey?fbclid=I

    Timecodes

    0:00 Intro 

    1:40 Niko's background 

    5:20 first farm job/working with dogs 

    18:00 college and working on a dairy 

    20:19 How Niko discovered Cornell 

    23:35 Niko's sheep research 

    37:35 Technology on German farms 

    40:20 More research/solar grazing  

    46:14 Lewis and Niko's business 

    1:01:20 Advice for those interested in sheep 

    1:03:27 Pictures 

    1:16:55 Occupation other than sheep/farming 

    1:17:40 How Eric learned to podcast 

    1:24:00 Eric's dream podcast guest  

    1:27:30 Lewis and Niko in the news 

    1:28:45 Cornell sheep program contact info

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Dairy, wine, ice cream and duck farming. All Things Agriculture Podcast Episode 8: Patrick Redmond

    Dairy, wine, ice cream and duck farming. All Things Agriculture Podcast Episode 8: Patrick Redmond

    Patrick Redmond was born and raised on a dairy farm in Scipio Center,  New York. He's been a manager on 2 large dairy farms since graduating from Cornell, but Pat made a career change in 2020 and has done a deep dive into the world of wines, ice cream, and duck farming (yes you read that correctly)!  

     I'm Eric Carey the host of All things Agriculture Podcast. I am a 5th generation dairy farmer in Groton NY. We milk 300 cows and practice rotational grazing.   

    Send me an email with any questions or comments at: allthingsagr@gmail.com  

    Follow and All Things Agriculture Podcast on facebook!  https://www.facebook.com/All-Things-Agriculture-Podcast-102089605130715 

    You can now listen to the podcast in audio form on Spotify, Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, Breaker, Castbox, Overcast, Radio Public, Anchor, and Pocket Cast! Just search "All things Agriculture"  https://anchor.fm/eric-carey?fbclid=I 

    Time codes 

     Intro- 0:00

    Pat's background- 2:00

    Pat's family farm- 5:40

    Working on other dairies/Dairy Challenge- 10:05

    Milk market- 24:05

    How Pat started working at Wiemer Vineyard- 27:50

    Pat's deep dive into ice cream Spotted Duck Creamery and duck farming- 57:50

    Ice cream tasting- 1:15:20

    Spotted Duck Creamery and Wiemer Vineyard location-1:29:30

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Calves, military, and RV cross country living. All Things Agriculture Podcast Episode 7: Amber Carey

    Calves, military, and RV cross country living. All Things Agriculture Podcast Episode 7: Amber Carey

    Amber Carey has a very interesting background. Listen to her talk about her experience feeding calves for the first time on our family farm, her military life upbringing, and cross country RV living!
    I'm Eric Carey the host of All things Agriculture Podcast. I am a 5th generation dairy farmer in Groton NY. We milk 300 cows and practice rotational grazing.
    Send me an email with any questions or comments at: allthingsagr@gmail.com  
    Follow and All Things Agriculture Podcast on facebook!  https://www.facebook.com/All-Things-Agriculture-Podcast-102089605130715 
    You can now listen to the podcast in audio form on Spotify, Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, Breaker, Castbox, Overcast, Radio Public, Anchor, and Pocket Cast! Just search "All things Agriculture"  https://anchor.fm/eric-carey?fbclid=I

    Timecodes 0:00- Intro
     2:30-Meet Amber Carey 
    4:20-Helping feed calves 
    8:54- Would you ever raise your own animals? 
    11:30- Amber's background 
    23:40-Amber's time in the military 
    28:40-Living in Germany 
    41:35- RV life 
    57:50- What would be her "dream" job? 
    59:34- Drinking A2 milk 
    1:04:58- What should the public know about farming?

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Dairy cattle showing, genetics, and management. All Things Agriculture Podcast Episode 6: Bryant Stuttle

    Dairy cattle showing, genetics, and management. All Things Agriculture Podcast Episode 6: Bryant Stuttle

    I'm Eric Carey the host of All things Agriculture Podcast. I am a 5th generation dairy farmer in Groton NY. We milk 300 cows and practice rotational grazing. 
    Bryant Stuttle is a herd manager at Walnut Ridge Dairy in Lansing, NY. Listen to Bryant talk about his showing career, herd and employee management, and much more.
    Send me an email with any questions or comments at: allthingsagr@gmail.com  
    Follow and All Things Agriculture Podcast on facebook!  https://www.facebook.com/All-Things-Agriculture-Podcast-102089605130715  
    You can now listen to the podcast in audio form on Spotify, Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, Breaker, Castbox, Overcast, Radio Public, Anchor, and Pocket Cast! Just search "All things Agriculture"  https://anchor.fm/eric-carey?fbclid=I 
    Timecodes 
    0:00- Intro 
    2:50- Bryant's background 
    7:43-  Showing cows 
    10:43- Bryant's showing career 
    17:10- Dairy genetics, flushing, and embryo transfer 
    20:23- Genomic Testing 21:23 Genomics for heifer management 
    24:21- Angus semen for heifer management 
    31:15- Calving cows 33:00 Size of Walnut Ridge 
    33:18 Rotary milking system 
    35:44 Managing Hispanic employees 
    38:18- Battling mastitis 
    45:39- Cows and crops balance 
    51:20- The durability of cows 
    53:00- What would Bryant do if he wasn't in agriculture? 
    54:45- Bryant's athletic career 
    1:07:17- Sports injuries 
    1:09:30- Bryant's hobbies 
    1:12:55 Bryant's summer internships during college

    • 1 hr 24 min
    No-till planting, cover crops, GMOs vs non-GMOs. All Things Agriculture Podcast Ep. 5: Chad Branton

    No-till planting, cover crops, GMOs vs non-GMOs. All Things Agriculture Podcast Ep. 5: Chad Branton

    I'm Eric Carey the host of All things Agriculture Podcast. I am a 5th generation dairy farmer in Groton NY. We milk 300 cows and practice rotational grazing.  
    Chad Branton is a crop farmer located in Stafford, NY. Chad and his father Donn Branton crop 1600 acres of mainly corn and beans. Learn about the practice of no-till planting, cover crops, GMOs and much more!  
    Send me an email with any questions or comments at: allthingsagr@gmail.com  
    Follow and All Things Agriculture Podcast on facebook!  https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=all%20things%20agriculture%20podcast 
    You can now listen to the podcast in audio form on Spotify, Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, Breaker, Castbox, Overcast, Radio Public, Anchor, and Pocket Cast! Just search "All things Agriculture"  https://anchor.fm/eric-carey?fbclid=I 
    Timecodes
    0:00 - Intro 
    1:00 - Meet Chad Branton 
    2:30 - What is no-till planting? 
    3:40 - Branton Farm history
     7:50 - How Donn Branton (Chad's father) started no-till planting 
    9:15 - Benefits of no-till 
    12:45 - What are cover crops? 
    18:45 - Pictures of no-till planting and cover crops 
    1:07:00 - Planting non GMO crops 
    1:10:21 - Pros & cons of non GMO  
    1:14:12 - Career if you didn't work in ag. 
    1:15:55 - Chad's hobbies 
    1:23:00 - Working with family
    1:24:45 -Internships/ Frozen manure stories 1:29:00 - Chad's time at RIT

    • 1 hr 31 min

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