Season 13 - Farm Connections

 Episode 1313:


We are discussing ethnic farming with Wayne Gannaway, Kim Sin and Kelly Rae Kirkpatrick and the modern issues surrounding food insecurity. Seth Naeve talks about foreign material in soybeans.


 Episode 1312:



We talk to Michelle Blomberg, CEO of AgVantage Software Inc. about the advances in software available. Wayne Gannaway, the Exec. Dir. of the History Center of Olmsted County, gives us a historic perspective of the times we live in. And Daniel Kaiser helps us find the best source for sulfur.


 Episode 1311:



We visit with Alie of "Bleed Heart Floral Farm and Design." Jim Koelsch of "Back to Your Roots" offers insights in food science and preparation. And Angie Peltier talks about the problem of SCN infestation.


 Episode 1310:



We talk to economist Edward Usset about current and future market planning. Agronomist Jacob Jungers discusses the Kernza Project. And Chryseis Modderman talks about manure management.



 Episode 1309:



We talk with Susan Waughtal of Squash Blossom Farm about her chocolate creations. We sit down with Bill Gordon, president of American Soybean Assoc. to talk about the state of soybeans. And Jochum Weirsma tells us about growing fall rye.


 Episode 1308:



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 Episode 1307:



We speak with the current "Princess Kay of the Milky Way," Amy Kyllo and Midwest Dairy's Theresa Reps. David Nicolai talks with us about hail damage. And JoAnn Lower shares a story with us about rhubarb.



 Episode 1306:



On this episode of Farm Connections: a panel discussion about distance learning and Seth Naeve from the U of M talks about managing your field after a hail storm.



 Episode 1305:



Today we talk to farmer and podcaster Mitchell Hora about the current state of agriculture and connecting with an audience. JoAnn Lower shares a story about ducks. And we hear from Bruce Potter on making better insecticide decisions and minimizing development resistance. We also check out a dairy farming drive through experience.



 Episode 1304:



We talk about the wonders of the natural world with naturalist Kate Fitzgerald. JoAnn Lower shares a story about people brought together from worlds apart. Lisa Behnken tells us about soybeans and weed control. And we talk to Mike Landuyt from the MN cattleman's Association.



 Episode 1303:



We talk with the new Executive Director of MN Farm Bureau, Karin Schaefer. We meet Al Batt, writer, storyteller and avid ornithologist. Ryan Miller talks about corn and weed management. And we learn about the advantages of pork from Compart Family Farms.



 Episode 1302:



We visit with JoAnn Lower to understand how she writes her stories. We discuss the future and options for small businesses with Chris Hahn and we share a new "Best Practices" segment from the University of MN.



 Episode 1301:



We talk with Trent Loos about Ranching and agriculture. The University of MN tells us about early season alfalfa management and we hear a story from JoAnn Lower.


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