Tag: Podcast

30 – The Lean Farm | Benjamin Hartman – Claybottom Farm

30 – The Lean Farm | Benjamin Hartman – Claybottom Farm

Our guest today is Ben Hartman from Claybottom Farm in Goshen IN, and author of The Lean Farm and The Lean Farm Guide To Growing Vegetables. Together we’ll discuss how he started farming, what lean thinking is, and how it became implemented on Claybottom Farm. Listen To The Episode Show Notes: Claybottom farm is sustained […]

29 – Born Again Dirt | Noah Sanders – Rora Valley Farms

29 – Born Again Dirt | Noah Sanders – Rora Valley Farms

The act of farming frequently requires faith to see it through, our guest today is Noah Sanders, author of Born Again Dirt: Farming To The Glory of God. Today, we’ll discuss how he started farming, why he wrote Born Again Dirt, what having born again dirt means, and so much more. Show Notes Noah was […]

T. Time 05 – The Questions We Ask

T. Time 05 – The Questions We Ask

You may have noticed that the start of most of our interviews start in a similar way, with similar questions. Listen To The Episode Read The Episode “Share about your farm,” “Tell us about yourself,” “What brought you to agriculture?” We ask these questions because they help establish a baseline, but they can become repetitive […]

28 – Devon Delight | David Fell – Abiding Acres Farm

28 – Devon Delight | David Fell – Abiding Acres Farm

Our guest today is an old, young, friend. David Fell from Abiding Acres, where he raises sheep, chickens, and my favorite: beef. This isn’t any average beef cattle, but pure bred Red Devons, a heritage breed ideal for the grass based system at Abiding Acres. Today, we’ll be discussing what got David farming, why they […]

27 – Raising Backyard Chickens | Kunal Sampat – Sampat Farms

27 – Raising Backyard Chickens | Kunal Sampat – Sampat Farms

Have you ever looked at a group of chickens and thought, “I could keep these alive”? Our guest today, has prepared a course to teach you how to ensure that happens. Kunal Sampat is host of the Clinical trials podcast, a backyard chicken grower, and the creator of The Raising Backyard Chickens – Training Program a […]

26 – Eclectic Diversity | Joel Salatin – Polyface Farms

26 – Eclectic Diversity | Joel Salatin – Polyface Farms

When the show was conceived he was one farmer that we knew we wanted to interview, maybe it would take months, or even years, but it was a goal we set. He’s an author, farmer, speaker, and all around Intellectual Agrarian, you already know his name because you’ve read the title of the episode: Mr. […]

25 – Food Truth | Melinda Hemmelgarn – The Food Sleuth

25 – Food Truth | Melinda Hemmelgarn – The Food Sleuth

Do you ever get frustrated with all the labels at the grocery store? Stuck trying to decide between Non-GMO, Organic and natural products? It’s a problem that our guest today works to solve. Melinda Hemmelgarn is a registered dietitian, food advocate, and host of the Food Sleuth Radio show. We have a great conversation, covering […]

24 – Building Sustainable Systems | Chris Blanchard – The Farmer To Farmer Podcast

24 – Building Sustainable Systems | Chris Blanchard – The Farmer To Farmer Podcast

Our guest today has been in Organic agriculture for over 25 years, wearing many hats during that time. For years he was the owner operator of Rock Springs farm, near Deborah IA, more recently he’s been a consultant, and host of the Farmer To Farmer Podcast, it’s Mr. Chris Blanchard. Today we’ll be talking about what […]