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GRASS FED LIFE PODCAST

Raising cows, pigs, and chickens profitably on pasture with farmer Darby Simpson.

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FARM SMALL FARM SMART

Focusing on small scale vegetable growers and how they run their operation profitably.

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GROWING MICROGREENS PODCAST

An inside look at how grower Chris Thoreau runs his profitably microgreen operation.

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VOICES OF CHANGE PODCAST

Focusing on indivduals who are trying to be the change that they want to see in the world.

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RECENTLY PUBLISHED EPISODES


Practical Tips, Ideas and Technologies for Homescale Biochar with Gloria Flora (V235)

September 22, 2017

There are a lot of myths, promises, and not so truths out there when it comes to biochar. Today my guest Gloria Flora will help shed some light on the reality of biochar. Gloria’s the founder and past director of the US Biochar initiative, so she has an extensive knowledge base when it comes to biochar. But that knowledge isn’t ...

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Start with What You Can and Grow – Season Extension, Farm Tools, and Improving Processes with Ray Tyler (FSFS114)

September 20, 2017

In this episode Ray Tyler of Rose Creek Farms will talk about how his farm has dealt changes on the farm as it evolved. He’ll also talk about how they tackle farm problems and deal with season extension. It’s a practical look at what happens behind the scenes - because things always don’t go as planned and that tool that ...

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Which Poultry Feed Is Best – Inside the Numbers and the Ideology – Grassfed Life (GFL73)

September 17, 2017

Conventional, non-GMO, organic, corn/soy free – there are a lot of choices out there when it comes to poultry feed. Which one is the right choice? It depends. For Darby, up until this point he has always gone with non-GMO feed. He has done that for a few reasons: Ideology - being non-GMO was important from a personal context standpoint ...

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Increasing Farm Productivity and Efficiency with Michael Kilpatrick – Farm Small, Farm Smart (FSFS113)

September 12, 2017

In 1999, the Kilpatrick family moved to Granville, NY to get away from “city life.” In Granville, they had enough land to garden, which was very exciting! After a couple of years, the garden grew, so much so that by 2002 brothers Philip and Michael began selling their produce to neighbors and the community at large. In 2003, Philip and ...

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