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She may look city… but she WORKS COUNTRY!!
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Finishing third on Canada’s Master Chef, Josh Miller takes us behind the scenes on what it’s like to be on a reality TV show.
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James O’Donoghue’s initial curiosity in farming was triggered during summer holidays, helping on his grandparents’ farm. As a trainee farmer manager, he graduated ‘top student’ in Ag College and ‘top farm apprentice’. Decades on, James tells how he now produces his own premium brand, award-winning cider called ‘Longways Cider’ from his farm and orchard, located […]
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Tonight I headed east to Cambridgeshire to talk to farmer and chair of the Nature Friendly Farmers Network, Martin Lines.  We discussed the range of environmental improvements he’s implemented on his farm that have seen a huge increase in different wildlife species, how he makes it work in conjunction with a modern farming business, and […]
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Electrolysis and cavitation erosion!
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Tonight I’m heading up to the lake district in Cumbria, to talk to farmer and author, Andrea Meanwell.  In one of the most enjoyable interviews I’ve done so far, we talk about her family’s 500 year connection to the area, archaeology, lazer beams, Roman forts, fulfilling her dream of owning a farm of her own, […]
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Can we have a public conversation about agriculture that isn’t polarized, vitriolic and, ultimately, counterproductive? Maybe, just maybe. Here’s a place to start. Tamar Haspel is a journalist and Oyster Farmer, who’s been on the food and science beat for almost 20 years. She writes the James Beard award-winning Washington Post column, Unearthed, which covers […]
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Stu Bradbury is a Strategy Adviser at Sprout Agritech Accelerator, New Zealand’s top-rated ag startup accelerator. They back startups that offer bold and innovative solutions to some of agriculture’s biggest problems. Stu’s role is to identify their country’s most promising startup companies as well as mentor and help them grow to success. He has extensive […]
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Dr.Hake – Calf Vet is taking social media by storm with with her videos and blog. As a veterinarian she works hard everyday pouring her heart and soul into caring for animals and most recently, teaching people about veal calf care. Animals that are used for veal are housed in individual nursery pens up to […]
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Rachel Herz has a fascinating conversation with Rob and Lesley about “Why We Eat What We Eat.” Everybody has their own scent based on their DNA makeup just like no two fingerprints are the same. They explore the idea that we can smell fear and stress? A room full of people taking a test smells […]
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