More than a 30,000 foot view of real life, with real people. We are a farm that wants to talk about the hot topics in America! From food, business, religion, and politics this show will make you think about what is really happening Out Here In The Middle.
Dangerous when Angry and Bored
In this week's episode of OHITM, jays is joined by entrepreneur and business owner Marci Dickerson as they discuss small businesses in the time of Covid-19, Politics: from local, state, and national level, to stories of babysitting a baby Jay. Along for this ride is Dell Valley General Manager Brandon Gibb and General Manager of Chaffhaye MJ Alvord. Tune in!
Hunt Like a Girl
In this week's episode of OHITM, Mason Clements is back for co-hosting duties. While Jay welcomes Blood Origins' Robbie Kroger and introduces the Margie Grube. They discuss hunting, Grube's story, and how these four people got together for a life-changing event.
This episode is dedicated to Devon.
Wines of the Southwest
In this week’s episode of OHITM, Jay is joined through the phone with author, journalist and sommelier Jessica Dupuy to discuss her current book, Wines of Southwest USA, vineyards and Texas wine. Grab a glass of wine, sit
back and listen to Episode 20 of Out Here in the Middle.
Los Vikingos' Part 2
In this week's continuation of Los Vikingos' Part 1, Jay, Bronson, and Lou Bluth continue to discuss religion and finding themselves either spiritually, physically, and mentally. If you listened to Part 1 and were anxiously waiting for Part 2, we at OHITM, say you’re welcome.
Los Vikingos' Part 1
In this week’s episode of OHITM, everything goes from 0-100 as Jay is joined by Bronson Bluth otherwise known as El Vikingo, and his wife Lou Bluth as they discuss farming in Mexico, family, and religion. This episode is such a wild ride that we had to do two parts. Listen and stay tuned.
Days of Rodeo
In this week's Special Edition Episode, while on the road from a set of television’s Yellowstone, Jay is joined by special guest co-host Mason Clements, Mason’s friends' professional bareback rider Tilden Hooper and the man the myth the legend, Sid Steiner, as they share stories of the Riggin Rally and the rodeo.
Customer ReviewsSee All
I’ve bounced back and forth, following various ag producers, but have gravitated back to Jay’s content because it aligns with my views and goals. Just started the podcast on a work trip through Wyoming and haven’t changed the channel in 2 days. Keep it up, the content and contributors are great. May not need FB or IG anymore if I can keep up with the times right here
Worth the Listen
Great podcast about a wide array of topics. I always learn something know every episode.
When we have never seen a time so critical to listening. Out here in the middle is at the top of my list!