Episode 1 of Beers with Branden featuring an interview with industry veteran Tom Steve of Alberta Wheat and…
Celebrating local community heroes. Kubota Canada and the Canadian Hockey League team up to honour unsung heroes across the country. For more go to Rural Roots Canada.com, where we Amplify Canadian Agriculture.
In this episode, we head out to Clearwater County in central Alberta.
Host Gemma Pasquarelli and Matt Martinson, Director of Agriculture and Community Services for Clearwater County, cover a wide range of topics during this fascinating conversation about the area’s deep roots in agriculture.
Matt talks about the diversity of the land, soil, and livestock; proactive measures to protect your livestock from predators, and the inside details behind a privately-owned domestic yak herd. One of only two in the entire province.
County Voice – The Alberta Ag Podcast is a production of Rural Roots Canada.
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In this episode I talk about how Canola originated from Rapeseed and the history behind this amazing plant. Recently a movie about the legal battle between a farmer and Monsanto was released in theaters this past week. Centering around the illegal usage of Roundup Ready Canola by Percy. Farmers across the country have been outraged about the inaccuracies that this story presents to consumers. The worst part being making a movie about Canola and having the movie poster picture being a farmer standing in a Corn field. You already know I have some thoughts on this story.
Welcome to the last episode of the Summer Series where we sit down with agriculture advocate and cattle rancher, Ryan Goodman aka “Beef Runner” to talk about the personal experiences that he has posted on his blog “Food for Thought.” This candid conversation explores some of the difficult decisions that Ryan had to make when he realized that his personal values did not align with those of his employer. We also talk about his continued advocacy and leadership as he works to ensure that the sector he loves can reap the benefits that come from a more open and inclusive culture.
Resources mentioned in this episode: Ryan’s Blog, “Food for Thought” https://beefrunner.com/category/food-for-thought/
The latest edition of #BeerswithBranden is out! This week’s guest is Al Mussell, the Research Lead and Found of Agrifood Economic Systems. Fascinating conversation about the state of global trade, protectionism, China’s influence, changing farm sizes, environmental practices and much more! Big thanks to Waterloo Brewing for the providing great beers, and our presenting sponsor Beer Canada!
This week, Jill talks to her friend and colleague, Marty Seymour, the Director of Industry Relations at Farm Credit Canada and the host of their new podcast “The FCC Knowledge Podcast”. Their new podcast focuses on talking to farmers about things that matter to farmers.
Jill and Marty talk podcasting and how to provide valuable content as well as how to ask insightful questions. They also discuss how to use social media effectively and how to remain authentic and positive on these platforms.
Finally, Marty gives some ideas on how to replace the office water cooler in this age of Covid by picking up the phone and chatting through tough issues with the right person in your support network.
For more information and show notes please visit brightpasture.com. #foodcareers.
In this fourth episode of Canada’s Trains & Moving Grains podcast, farmers have some timely questions for Wade Sobkowich. Wade is the Executive Director of the Western Grain Elevator Association, and answers questions from farmers about demurrage charges to producers, Bill C-49, and the possibility mandatory reporting of export sales. A can’t-miss episode for grain farmers!
Non-alcoholic beers have not been known for their deliciousness, but the market for these beverages is experiencing rapid growth. Alberta craft brewers are developing innovative brewing processes to produce a new generation of tastier low- and no-alcohol beer. And in the process, they’re moving more malt.
On this episode of The Growing Point Podcast, I speak with Dr. Martin Entz, a professor at the University of Manitoba. Entz describes tillage as it relates to soil health and crop production in western Canada. We discuss how much tillage is too much tillage, the types of tillage and their impacts on soil, and how producers can think about tillage. We also discuss the relationship between tillage, plant diversity, soil health.
In this episode of Growing the Future Podcast, Dan chats with Mandyy Thomas. Mandyy is the CEO of Intentionally Wealthy a financial coaching company. She is also a fellow podcaster among other cool things. She is on a mission to help people to take control of their finances and feel confident about their financial future. This episode is full of gems you don’t want to miss.
Farmers! Let’s get rid of those limiting beliefs and start taking control of our financial future. Shall we?!
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Mandyy’s professional background and what motivated her to become a mindset coach
- Money mindset: How having a positive or negative money mindset can affect the way you attract money
- How the way we feel about money and our beliefs about money can affect the creation of wealth
- How to coach people about money. Mandyy’s strategy to help her clients experience instant and long-lasting results
- How having a negative or positive money mindset can affect farmers
- What can be improved in agriculture when it comes to money beliefs
- What are some of the beliefs Mandyy has to break through to help people get rid of negative money mindsets
- Twitter Lightning Round Q&A
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Ag for Life CEO Luree Williamson talks farm safety with Mona Bartsoff of FortisAlberta
Host Brad McCallum, Agri-Commodity Management Association, chats with Heather Watson, Farm Management Canada, Cedric MacLeod, MacLeod Agronomics, and producer Adam Steeves about farm management practices, with a business approach.
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Music: “Neon Lights” by Matt Weidauer and “Smoke in a Box” by Micah Dahl Anderson (ArchesAudio.com)