Conversations with farmers, leaders, and lawmakers around the country on what it takes to grow a safe and sustainable food supply. These monthly chats are hosted by American Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall.
The Drought’s Impact on Farmers Out West
Fourth-generation cotton and alfalfa grower Nancy Caywood of Arizona chats with Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall about the impact of the drought out west, her farm’s conservation story and her ag literacy efforts.
How Farm Dogs are Bridging the Gap Between Agriculture and Consumers
Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall chats with Beth Crandall, the owner of the 2020 Farm Dog of the Year and Utah Rancher, and Nicole Postin, Nestle’ Purina Pet Care Representative, to discuss the Farm Dog of the Year Contest as it enters its fifth year.
I Love Strawberries: New Book Inspires Children to Grow Their Own Food
Shannon Anderson, author of Feeding Minds Press latest book “I Love Strawberries”, chats with AFBF President Zippy Duvall about her book which chronicles the journey of a young girl determined to grow her own strawberries.
Rural Broadband: A Necessity, Not a Luxury
The American Connection Project’s goal is to bridge the rural digital divide. We discuss the importance of broadband access to rural America and the vital role it plays in supporting and sustaining those communities around the country with Patrick Garry, an American Connection Corps Fellow, and Bruce Tiffany, a Minnesota Farmer and Lead for Minnesota Board Member.
USFRA’s Erin Fitzgerald on Advancing Ag Sustainability
US Farmers and Ranchers in Action CEO Erin Fitzgerald chats with AFBF President Zippy Duvall about agriculture’s sustainability gains and how farmers and ranchers are partners in addressing the challenges of a changing climate.
Alaskan Goat Dairy Farmer Shares Her Story (No Kid-ding)
Description: Alaskan goat dairy farmer, Kelli Foreman, chats with AFBF President Zippy Duvall about how she built her dairy business from the ground up and has become a local staple for education and fresh ice cream.
Enjoying listening to these. Feels like you’re listening to a conversation between a group of friends outside the local farm store.
Your Inspiration Helped This Weekend
This weekend the backhoe wouldn’t start and I kept thinking about your story in the first episode. We replaced one part after another another and finally had a good neighbor stop by to help. We got it started and the project finished just before the first snow storm hit Sunday morning.
Hang on Claire!!
Great job delivered 6.1 BILLION MEALS!!! AMAZING!!!!!