August 23, 2019
Let's talk about the food supply chain! AKA How food goes from the farm to your table!
August 21, 2019
Today our guest from across the pond is Jonny Reader of V-Farm. Jonny will explain how V-farm started, how their custom built vertical farms work using hydroponics, and some example businesses and restaurants that put their systems to use.
August 14, 2019
Our guest today knows a thing or two about cattle ranching in Wyoming and all that entails. Kacy Atkinson is a rancher, speaker, and agriculture advocate.
August 7, 2019
Today our guests today are Charlotte and James from Vine Farm Dairy and have a unique milk vending machine at their farm. We will also talk about the UK agriculture industry and the local impact their dairy has had.
July 31, 2019
Michael will talk to us about the basics of hydroponics, how it's exploding in the urban agriculture industry, and much more.
July 24, 2019
Paul and Kendra will talk to us about their beef cattle operation, animal health, and how they are using social media to help the farmer/consumer relationship.
July 17, 2019
Kassi Tom Rowland is from Tom Farms and will talk to us about their farm, the history behind it, how they deal with employment with H2A Visa's, and much more!
July 10, 2019
Megan Brown is a 6th generation cattle farmer in Northern California who also raises heritage pork.
July 3, 2019
Let's talk about beer. Or rather one of the most important components of beer, hops!
June 26, 2019
Today, Joe will give us some of his best advice on starting a home garden and how he got started in the world of home gardening.
June 19, 2019
Josh Sattin is a farmer from North Carolina that turned his backyard into a small farming operation.
June 12, 2019
Luella Fischer Gregory is a farm mom, wife, director of, and has authored agriculture focused children's books as well as cook books.
June 5, 2019
Tim and Tyler will talk to us about what it's been like to bring together farmers and Ag entrepreneurs in hopes of innovating agribusiness.
May 29, 2019
Cacee Hilliard is the CARES coordinator with Florida Farm Bureau.
May 22, 2019
Our guest today is Katie Dotterer-Pyle, a Maryland Dairy Farmer. Katie will tell us about her dairy operation, issues she and other dairy farmers face, and much more!
May 15, 2019
Today, Paul will talk to us about legal issues facing farmers, environmental regulations farmers must follow, and how to pass on a farm to the next generation.
May 8, 2019
Today our guest is Austin Accursio. Austin is a vegetable farmer in Homestead, FL. Austin is going to tell us about what all goes into growing vegetables, his experience with growing organic, and some issues he as seen in the Ag industry.
May 1, 2019
Today's guest is Stephen Janak, a Texas A&M Extension Program Specialist in Colorado County. Stephen will tell us about his experience with the Texas Ag industry as well as a booming Olive industry in the Lone Star state.
April 24, 2019
Today, Joseph will talk us through the honey production process, how and why bees make honey, and interesting ways you can add bee pollen to your diet.
April 17, 2019
If you’ve ever had an Ag class, you can probably recall how much fun it was and all the fantastic knowledge you gained in that class. Or maybe you never took an Ag class but remember seeing those Ag students out working with plants or animals, practicing public speaking, and maybe you even saw them wearing those blue corduroy jackets.  Well those Ag classes were taught by hard working Ag teachers that wear many hats throughout their career.  Today we are going to talk to one of those Ag teachers, who is now educating the next generation of Ag Education students.  Dr Eric Rubenstein is an assistant professor at the University of Georgia's College of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication.  In today's episode, Dr Rubenstein will discuss his experiences teaching middle, high school and college agriculture education students, experiential learning, and some growing trends in the Ag Ed world.UGA Ag Ed -
April 10, 2019
Emmanuel will talk to us about his start in the agriculture industry, peanut processing, goods procurement, and what it's like to have a small beef cattle operation.
April 5, 2019
If you’ve ever wondered what some major misconceptions consumers have of agriculture, or rural Ag community struggles, our guest today works with the University of Florida to find out just that. Our guest is Ashley McLeod Morin who is the communications coordinator for the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Center for Public Issues Education also known as the PIE Center.  Today we will talk about Agritourism, social media usage of farmers, and something called "The Rural Braindrain."UF PIE Center- Center Facebook -
April 2, 2019
Our first guest is Mary Lyndal Harrison the marketing director for Sweetwater Valley Farms in Philadelphia, TN. Sweetwater Valley Farms is a dairy farm that makes their own cheese and uses robotic milking techniques.  Today, Mary will wall us through their process as well as showcase some ways they have use agrotourism to grow their business.  We will also discuss cow health and happiness and how no one cares for cows as much as a dairy farmer.  Sweetwater Valley Farms Website -
March 31, 2019
The intro episode to the Farm Traveler Podcast. We've got two goals for this podcast: 1: Inform consumers on how their food is made.  2: Provide a resources for farmers to share their stories.If you or someone you know would be interested in being on the podcast, drop us an email: us out at the following links:Farm Traveler Website - - -
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