Tag: farming

When The Frost Is On The Punkins

When The Frost Is On The Punkins

This poem comes from Riley’s book of Farm-Rhymes by James Whitcomb Riley, a charming little collection of poems about the anecdotes of rural life. When the frost is on the punkin and the fodder’s in the shock, And you hear the kyouck and gobble of the struttin’ turkey-cock, And the clackin’ of the guineys, and […]

41 – Jeffersonian Philosophy | Evan Thomsen

41 – Jeffersonian Philosophy | Evan Thomsen

Today we are concluding our interview with Evan Thomsen from eRochefoucould. Our discussion will on Jefferson’s political philosophy and it’s effect in both agriculture and our modern language. I like how our conversation re-circles some themes we discussed in the part one of our interview. Enjoy the conclusion of our interview with Evan Thomsen. Listen […]

40 – Philosophy From The Farm | Evan Thomsen

40 – Philosophy From The Farm | Evan Thomsen

Our tagline is Philosophy from the farm, we’re going to dive into that and what that philosophy means. To discuss this out guest is Evan Thomsen from eRochefoucould and the Hardcore Philosophy Podcast. Evan has been a track athlete, kettlebell trainer, shoe salesman, infantryman, paratrooper, singer, a cappella choir director, public speaker and MC, research […]

39 – Micro-Speed/Macro-Patience | Micheal Bell – Dallas Half Acre Farms

39 – Micro-Speed/Macro-Patience | Micheal Bell – Dallas Half Acre Farms

Our guest today is Michael Bell from Dallas Half-Acre Farm, he’s an urban farmer in, you guessed it, Dallas Texas. Today we’ll be discussing the challenges and benefits of growing vegetables in Texas, how Mike got involved in farming, physical training and so much more. Listen To The Episode Shownotes: The start, learning the process […]

37 – Local Processing | Ted LeBow – Kitchen Table Consultants

37 – Local Processing | Ted LeBow – Kitchen Table Consultants

Today’s guest is Ted LeBow from Kitchen Table Consultants, a business consulting firm that focuses on helping farming and food related enterprises. With Ted we’ll be talking about his first business venture, a farm, what kind of work KTC does, and a dive into a report they produced with the Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture […]

36 – Organic Inspections | Margaret Scoles – IOIA

36 – Organic Inspections | Margaret Scoles – IOIA

When you look at an Organic label, you may not know that someone had to visit the operation that made that product or raised that food. These humble people are the Organic Inspectors, and today we’ll be talking to Margaret Scoles executive director of the International Organic Inspectors association. She has been an Organic inspector […]

35 – The Fit Farmer | Mike Dickson – Big Pond Farm

35 – The Fit Farmer | Mike Dickson – Big Pond Farm

Our guest today is Mike Dickson, the Fit Farmer from Big Pond Farm in North Carolina. Today we’ll discuss how Mike went from the fitness industry to farming, why ducks are more fun than chickens, how to improve your health and fitness, and so much more. Listen To The Show! Shownotes: Big Pond farm is […]

34 – Cowbro Science | Garth Brown – Cairncrest Farm

34 – Cowbro Science | Garth Brown – Cairncrest Farm

Our guest today is Garth Brown from Cairncrest farms in Winfield New York, and together we’ll be discussing what lead him and his brother to start farming, experimenting with Cowbro Science, agrarianism in todays culture and much more, so don’t miss this episode with Garth Brown. Shownotes: Cairncrest farm is located in near Cooperstown NY […]

33 – Primal Pastures | Paul Grieve – Pasturebird

33 – Primal Pastures | Paul Grieve – Pasturebird

My guest today is Paul Grieve from Primal Pastures and Pasturebird, we’ll discuss how he got involved in farming, how they started, how they define Primal, their work with the Billion Dollar Buyer and so much more. Listen To The Show Show Notes “Primal” is the starting point for the food and it’s consumption.   […]