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FoA 254: The Digitization of Global Agribusiness with Syngenta Chief Information Officer Gr

Please participate in our listener survey to help us focus the direction of the show: Today we get a unique global view into agtech and agribusiness. We are joined by Gr

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14/04/2021 - Volatile farm incomes, live animal exports to the EU, the state of our woodlan

Predicted farm incomes for this year have been released by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs - and they reveal the impact of both the weather and the pandemic. The average income

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Agriculture Today presented by CHS Ag Services

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13/04/21 - UK Trade and Business Commission, Exports to the EU, Selling brown wool

A cross-party independent commission has been set up to suggest ways to improve the new EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement and smooth current exporting difficulties. It’s not a body



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12/04/21 The 'Brains of Brexit' Shanker Singham, pubs re-opening, greening landfill

This weekend marked 100 days since the end of the Brexit transition period. Leaving the European Union has been a massive change for food and farming businesses. From subsidy to trade, from rules on g

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Good Vibes Farming – Francesco Arlia - Farm To Table Talk

New technologies will play an important role in the future of farming for every size, shape, climate and geographic location. The ideas are popping up fast and increasingly affordable for the full spe

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10/04/21 - Farming Today This Week: Dogs in the countryside, wetland rewilding and spring o

Should dogs be kept on leads all the time whenever they're out in the countryside? The Country Land and Business Association says yes. There's been a 10% increase in dog attacks on sheep since this ti

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A Young Family’s Search For A Farm Of Their Own

From walking a horse 6 miles on a rail trail, to transporting 24 sheep in the back of a Chrysler minivan, these young farmers will find a way to get their animals, and themselves, to the farmland of t


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Ep. 141 Harvest Profit

“I think of farm data as a three-legged stool with each one of the legs representing agronomic data, operational data, and then the data. Taking the agronomic insights and turning t

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09/04/21 Dogs' impact on countryside, peat free gardening, French farmer protests

Dogs should be on leads at all times in the countryside, that’s the call from the Country Land and Business Association, which says that dogs are increasingly a problem. There's been a spike in attack

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How To Design the Perfect Homestead FOR YOU

Today we talk all about how to design a perfect 10-acre homestead for you!First, we chat about what’s new in the barn! Our Camels have been keeping life on the homestead exciting!NOW - HOW TO DESIGN A

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FTC Episode 138: Is it an Expense that Pays? How to Figure the Payback for New Technology

Shay Foulk is a farmer from Illinois who also consults with farmers across the nation, helping them determine what changes pay and which ones don’t. What technology makes sense for your operation? How


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08/04/21 - Wild flower theft, Spring drilling and tidal wetland creation

Some 8,000 bluebell bulbs are being painstakingly re-planted in a wood in Norfolk, after they were dug up illegally. Police were called to the woodland by a walker, and found large sacks and mail bags

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04/08/21 Sound Ag Advice 414
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04/08/21 Sound Ag Advice 414

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FoA 253: Social E-commerce and Gamifying Groceries with Xin Yi Lim of Pinduoduo

Please participate in our listener survey to help us focus the direction of the show: E-commerce is nothing new. I think all of us have probably bought more online than

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07/04/21: Riding schools in lockdown, rural businesses and lambing

Equestrian bodies are arguing the easing of COVID restrictions over the use of indoor riding schools or arenas aren’t coming quickly enough. From Monday 12th April, children will be able to take part



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