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Episodes

  • Frank Sikora, soil testing

    Oct 24, 2014 | 14 min
    Get the dirt on your dirt - do a soil test. Dr. Frank Sikora from the University of Kentucky digs into the topic on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Steve Cain, Ag security

    Oct 24, 2014 | 15 min
    A recent vandalism at Foster Farms in California ended up with more than 900 broiler chickens dead from a senseless attack. It could happen anywhere, but Steve Cain from Purdue University would like to see such episodes prevented with adequate security preparation. Listen in to our conversation on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Ryan Goodman, cattle feedlots

    Oct 24, 2014 | 22 min
    Ryan Goodman has been around feedlots nearly all his life. Tomorrow on Food and Farm we talk about What Happens in a Cattle Feedlot and the National Geographic article "Carnivore's Dilemma" which debuted on NatGeo's website this week. Join us on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Sam McNeill, temporary grain storage

    Oct 10, 2014 | 14 min
    Large grain harvest this year? Don't tear down your barns... Sam McNeill from the University of Kentucky has some better ideas and we'll talk about them on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Russ Daly, Storm Atlas anniversary

    Oct 10, 2014 | 14 min
    A year ago, Storm Atlas ravaged the ranchers of the Black Hills of South Dakota. SDSU Vet Russ Daly talks about what a difference a year makes on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • David Howard, ebola treatment

    Oct 10, 2014 | 13 min
    Zero to hero - Could genetically modified tobacco be the key to fighting the Ebola virus? We'll explore some cutting-edge research with David Howard on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Tracy Ellig, Montana GM wheat discovery

    Oct 3, 2014 | 14 min
    As the USDA APHIS closes an investigation in Oregon, it looks into yet another stand of volunteer biotech wheat, this one in Montana. Montana State University spokesman Tracy Ellig lays out the timeline and Steve Savage offers some perspective from the Oregon investigation on Food and Farm, on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Larry Sailer, The Ominovore's Delimma

    Oct 3, 2014 | 14 min
    Larry Sailer had other things to do besides visit with Mason City, Iowa sixth graders for two days... but he didn't have BETTER things to do. We talk about why Larry went back to middle school on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Steve Savage

    Sep 26, 2014 | 14 min
    Steve Savage from the Applied Mythology blog joins me on Food and Farm to discuss the latest scare mongering about Dow's Enlist Duo herbicide by Dr. Oz. On America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Allison Van Eedenenaam

    Sep 26, 2014 | 14 min
    Dr Alison Van Eenennaam has a study coming out in the October issue of the Journal of Animal Science regarding the effects (or lack thereof) of feeding of biotech products to livestock. She joins me on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Dr. Bill Field, farm safety

    Sep 23, 2014 | 14 min
    For Farm Safety Week, Dr. Field and I discuss how agriculture is one of the most dangerous professions and what can be done to prevent mishaps.
  • Chip Taylor, Monarch Butterflies

    Sep 12, 2014 | 13 min
    Monarch Butterflies are in the midst of their spectacular fall migration. Chip Taylor, director of Monarch Watch joins me on Food and Farm to talk about the Monarchs and their relation to agriculture.
  • Kevin Murphy, Truth in Food

    Sep 12, 2014 | 14 min
    The website TruthInFood.com is studying college student's opinions on agriculture and food production. Kevin Murphy joins me on Food and Farm.
  • Baylen Linnekin, Fed Up

    Sep 12, 2014 | 14 min
    Baylen Linnekin heads up Keep Food Legal. We talk about the activist documentary Fed Up and explore the direction his organization is taking.
  • Matt Fitzgerald, Diet Cults

    Sep 5, 2014 | 14 min
    Are diet gurus more concerned about your health or their popularity? Matt Fitzgerald talks with me about his new book, Diet Cults on Food and Farm
  • Martha Bonetta, Right to Farm

    Aug 29, 2014 | 14 min
    Curious circumstances in Paris, VA shine a spotlight on Right to Farm laws. Martha Boneta from Liberty Farm joins me on Food and Farm
  • Bruce Vincent, environmental activism

    Aug 29, 2014 | 14 min
    Bruce Vincent rocked the house at the 2014 Cultivate & Connect Conference - Austin, Texas. This week he talks with me on Food and Farm about rediscovering and reclaiming the environmental movement.
  • Jennie Schmidt, Foodie Farmer

    Aug 15, 2014 | 13 min
    There's a conference coming up in November, sponsored by the New York Times, called "Food For Tomorrow: Farm Better, Eat Better, Feed the World," but there's no farmers on the agenda - just food activists, environmentalists and politicians. The Foodie Farmer, Jennie Schmidt and I try and puzzle out the pretzel logic on Food and Farm
  • Dr. Amanda Gumbert, algae blooms

    Aug 15, 2014 | 14 min
    Some 500,000 Toledo residents were without water last week due to an algae bloom on Lake Erie. Amanda Gumbert and I dish about diatoms on this episode of Food and Farm
  • Thom Singer, Muckboots controversy

    Aug 15, 2014 | 14 min
    What can the Muck Boots Facebook fracas teach us about the importance of online image? Thom Singer and I mull it over on Food and Farm.
  • Bob Oley, tick-borne disease

    Aug 8, 2014 | 14 min
    There are new concerns about tick-borne disease. Public Health Consultant and Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Prevention Expert Bob Oley says be careful out there.
  • Marji Guyler-Alaniz

    Aug 1, 2014 | 14 min
    Marji Guyler-Alaniz is a photographer from Iowa and creator of the web site Farmher. We discuss her work on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork.
  • Mindy Patterson

    Aug 1, 2014 | 14 min
    Missouri's Amendment 1 gets a public vote next week. The Cavalry Group's Mindy Patterson talks with us about the "Right to Farm" bill on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Keith Kloor

    Aug 1, 2014 | 22 min
    Mike Adams, the self-proclaimed "Health Ranger" of NaturalNews,com recently portrayed biotech supporters as "Nazi collaborators" and suggested that extreme actions should be taken to silence them. Blogger and science journalist Keith Kloor discusses this bizarre episode with me on Food and Farm.
  • Blake Hurst - WOTUS

    Jul 25, 2014 | 14 min
    Missouri Farm Bureau president Blake Hurst talks about his recent Capitol Hill visit and the EPA's proposed Waters Of The United States rule
  • Mary Knapp, cooler temps

    Jul 18, 2014 | 14 min
    A polar vortex in July? No, but it sure did cool off in the midwest this week. Mary Knapp from Kansas State talks with me about effects of the cooler temps on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Darren Mueller, soybean sudden death

    Jul 18, 2014 | 12 min
    Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome could pose some problems again this year. Dr. Darren Mueller from Iowa State discusses the disease with me on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Garrett Hawkins, MO Farm Bureau WOTUS

    Jul 18, 2014 | 14 min
    EPA boss Gina McCarthy doesn't seem to have made many friends on her recent trip to Missouri to tout the Waters Of The US rule. Missouri Farm Bureau's Garrett Hawkins talks with me about the visit on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Keith Stevens, Missouri Right to Farm

    Jul 11, 2014 | 12 min
    Missouri farmers are trying to pass an amendment to assure the Right to Farm. Keith Stephens from the Missouri Cattlemen's Association talks about it on this episode of Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs Foodlink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Anne Burkholder - EPA Waters of the US

    Jul 11, 2014 | 14 min
    Anne Burkholder is a rancher, a mom and a blogger from Nebraska. She thinks the real myth is that the Waters of the United States rule from EPA is about environmental protection. She speaks out on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs Foodlink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Gina McCarthy, EPA

    Jul 11, 2014 | 14 min
    EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy thinks some concerns of farmers and ranchers about changes in the Clean Water Act are myths. She spoke by phone to the media before embarking on a tour of Missouri to defend the Waters of the US (WOTUS) rule. Here's a portion of her remarks from Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs Foodlink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • KY Proud Urban Garden

    Jul 5, 2014 | 22 min
    A project being sponsored by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture will likely end up growing more than fruit and vegetables. Commissioner James Comer joined Louisville mayor Greg Fischer and other supporters July 2nd to break ground for the new Urban Garden at the Parkland Boys and Girls Club in Louisville.
  • Bruce Chassy podcast - Seralini study

    Jun 27, 2014 | 26 min
    A hot topic of conversation at the BIO Conference in San Diego was the republication of Giles-Eric Seralini's GMO/rat cancer study. Bruce Chassey weighs in on the topic - and other issues in the politics of biotech and the marketing of fear - this week on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Jon Entine, Seralini Redux

    Jun 27, 2014 | 15 min
    A hot topic of conversation at the BIO Conference in San Diego was been the republication of Giles-Eric Seralini's GMO/rat cancer study. Jon Entine weighs in on the topic - and other issues in the politics of biotech and the marketing of fear - this week on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Randy Worobo, honey research

    Jun 21, 2014 | 14 min
    From our Best of the Bees program during National Pollinator Week
  • Dennis vanEngelsdorp

    Jun 21, 2014 | 13 min
    From our Best of the Bees program during National Pollinator Week
  • Christina Grozinger, bee research

    Jun 21, 2014 | 14 min
    From our Best of the Bees program during National Pollinator Week
  • Irene L.G. Newton, Pollinator week

    Jun 21, 2014 | 13 min
    From our Best of the Bees program during National Pollinator Week
  • Jenny Schweigert - Cultivate and Connect

    Jun 13, 2014 | 13 min
    August in Austin will be a good time to hone your social media skills. We'll talk with Jenny Schweigert about 2014 AgChat Cultivate & Connect Conference on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Dave DeWitt - Precious Cargo

    Jun 13, 2014 | 14 min
    Dave DeWitt's new book Precious Cargo is a history of the global impact of foods from the Americas. Dave and I discuss the book on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Rob Ralyea - cheese boards

    Jun 13, 2014 | 14 min
    In the aftermath of consternation and controversy over suggestions the FDA has taken steps to end the time-honored practice of aging cheese on wood surfaces, the agency has clarified their stance saying "...we have not and are not prohibiting or banning the long-standing practice of using wood shelving in artisanal cheese. Nor does the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) require any such action. Reports to the contrary are not accurate." We'l talk with Cornell's Rob Ralyea on Food and Farm for some context on how this issue got started and where (if anywhere) it might be headed. Join us on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Fa...
  • Billy Brown, Texas drought

    Jun 6, 2014 | 14 min
    In the face of record-breaking drought, farmers and ranchers epitomize optimism and resiliency. Billy Brown joins me from Panhandle, TX on this Food and Farm, from America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Tammy Horn, KY State Apiarist

    Jun 6, 2014 | 25 min
    Nationally known beekeeping authority and author Dr. Tammy Horn today joined the Kentucky Department of Agriculture as Kentucky’s new state apiarist. I spent some time with her on her first day on the job and we have some of our conversation on this Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork on America's Web Radio
  • Steven Dobey, feral pigs

    Jun 1, 2014 | 14 min
    We're going hog wild on this episode of Food and Farm with - you guessed it - wild hogs! They aren't really wild, they're feral, as wildlife biologist Steven Dobey explains.
  • Andrea Bloom, cows on the concourse

    May 30, 2014 | 14 min
    June is Dairy Month, and one of the events on my milk bucket list is Cows on the Concourse, coming up June 7 in Madison, WI. Event Chair Andrea Bloom tells us all about it on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Robert Paarlberg, March against Monsanto

    May 30, 2014 | 13 min
    The March Against Monsanto came and went again in 2014. We reprise an interview with author Robert Parlburg on the significance of the now-annual event on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Parke Wilde, food deserts

    May 30, 2014 | 12 min
    A new study from Tufts University and the USDA may shed some light on the concept of Food Deserts. Dr. Parke Wilde joins us on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork on America's Web Radio
  • Steve Wilmeth, Organ Mountains

    May 30, 2014 | 15 min
    A New Mexico rancher responds to President Obama's proclamation designating the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument, a move that may impact cattle grazing allotments on the federally-controlled land.
  • Dave DeWitt, Founding Foodies

    May 24, 2014 | 26 min
    Wonder what the Founding Fathers had on their plates? Food historian and author Dave Dewitt discusses his book "Founding Foodies" on Food and Farm
  • Beth Skwarecki, food scares

    May 16, 2014 | 14 min
    Science writer Beth Skwarecki helps folks develop their "baloney detectors." We talk about why it's so easy to believe food is toxic, on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Henry I. Miller, mandatory GMO labeling

    May 16, 2014 | 14 min
    California is taking another run at passing a mandatory biotech labeling measure. Vermont's Governor recently signed a similar measure into law. Henry Miller of the Hoover Institution discusses the potential unintended consequences on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Dr. Alison Van Eenennaam

    May 16, 2014 | 14 min
    The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) has released a new issue paper that looks at the controversy surrounding the GE food debate. Dr. Alison Van Eenennaam joins me on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Dr. Sandy Johnson, skin cancer

    May 9, 2014 | 14 min
    Farmers receive more ultraviolet radiation (UV) exposure than the general public for many reasons. There are more than 3.5 million new cases of skin cancer in more than 2 million people diagnosed in the United States every year – and yeah, a lot of those folks are farmers. Dermatologist Sandy Johnson joins us on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs Foodlink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Lee Townsen, Eastern Tent Caterpillars

    May 9, 2014 | 14 min
    Mare Reproductive Loss Syndrome (MRLS) was first observed in Kentucky during a three-week period around May 5, 2001, when about 20% to 30% of Kentucky's pregnant mares suffered abortions. The Bluegrass State had experienced an extraordinarily heavy infestation of eastern tent caterpillars. An epidemiological study showed the fuzzy bugs to be associated with MRLS. When Eastern Tent Caterpillars returned to Kentucky in the spring of 2002 it was immediately acknowledged that equine exposure to caterpillars produced abortions. Dr. Lee Townsend with the University of Kentucky's Department of Entomology joins us on this segment of Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs...
  • Gary McManus, Oklahoma drought

    May 9, 2014 | 14 min
    Out in Oklahoma, farmers and Ranchers' eyes are on the skies, searching for signs of rain. Gary McManus, the Associate State Climatologist for Oklahoma, says their searching may be in vain. More from Food and Farm, presented by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs Foodlink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Jason Bond, 2014 Soybeans

    May 9, 2014 | 14 min
    The weather patterns on the opposite sides of the Mississippi River this year are a tale of two climates. Jason Bond is a Plant, Soil and Ag Systems associate professor at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. We talked about soybean planting progress in Illinois on Food and Farm, presented by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs Foodlink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Marilyn Dolan, the Dirty Dozen

    May 2, 2014 | 12 min
    The Environmental Working Group annually releases it's annual "Dirty Dozen" list. Marilyn Dolan, Alliance for Food and Farming joins us on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio to question EWG's methods and motives. Brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Amy Hale Auker, Winter of Beauty

    May 2, 2014 | 14 min
    Cowboy Up! Amy Hale Auker Author joins me on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio to discuss her new book Winter of Beauty. You might not think it from the title but it's a rich and colorful novel about ranch life. Brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Dr. Bob Nielsen, spring corn planting

    May 2, 2014 | 14 min
    Patience in a virtue according to Purdue's Corn Guy, Dr. Bob Neilsen. We'll talk about spring planting on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Mylea Bayless - bat mortality

    Apr 27, 2014 | 13 min
    White Nose Syndrome is spreading, threatening a bat population that is valuable to American agriculture. Bat Conservation International's Mylea Bayless joins us on this Food and Farm segment, brought to you by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs Foodlink-Connecting Farm to Fork.
  • Bob Oley, tick-borne disease

    Apr 27, 2014 | 13 min
    The cold weather this winter had little impact on the tick population. Public Health Consultant and Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Prevention Expert Bob Oley says be careful out there.
  • Dr. Bob Tjaden, riparian buffers

    Apr 19, 2014 | 14 min
    With ever present concerns about quality and availability of water, protection of riparian areas is increasingly significant. Dr. Bob Tjaden from the University of Maryland's Department of Environmental Science and Technology joins us on Food and Farm to discuss riparian buffers. Brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork on America's Web Radio
  • Christina Grozinger, bee research

    Apr 11, 2014 | 14 min
    Collapse of honeybee colonies may be caused by a number of factors. Christina Grozinger and her colleagues at Penn State's Center for Pollinator Research are looking for answers and we'll talk about some upcoming research on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Michelle Arnold - Grass Tetany

    Apr 11, 2014 | 14 min
    Spring's finally coming to Flat Creek, but with the pasture green-up comes a new set of concerns for livestock producers. Dr. Michelle Arnold of the University of Kentucky joins us on Food and Farm to talk about "grass staggers," brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork on America's Web Radio
  • Christina Grozinger - Bee research

    Apr 9, 2014 | 1 min
    Collapse of honeybee colonies may be caused by a number of factors. Christina Grozinger and her colleagues at Penn State's Center for Pollinator Research are looking for answers and we'll talk about some upcoming research on Food and Farm
  • Michelle Arnold - Grass Tetany

    Apr 9, 2014 | 1 min
    University of Kentucky ruminant veterinarian Dr. Michelle Arnold talks about potential pasture problems with spring-birthing beef cattle.
  • Scott Hurd-Salmonella and food recalls

    Apr 4, 2014 | 13 min
    Scott Hurd was an important voice in many of agriculture's discussions, but he was more than that - he was a good friend and will be greatly missed. On this edition of Food and Farm, we reprise some of the conversations we've had with Scott. I hope you'll join us as we celebrate his life.
  • Scott Hurd on antibiotics

    Apr 4, 2014 | 26 min
    Scott Hurd was an important voice in many of agriculture's discussions, but he was more than that - he was a good friend and will be greatly missed. On this edition of Food and Farm, we reprise some of the conversations we've had with Scott. I hope you'll join us as we celebrate his life.
  • Julie Borlaug Larson

    Mar 28, 2014 | 14 min
    Dr. Norman Borlaug's 100th birthday was celebrated this week with the unveiling of a new statue in Washington, DC. Not everyone's as excited about that as the ag community. We talk about Dr. Borlaug and his work's environmental impact with his granddaughter Julie Borlaug Larson on this Food and Farm segment
  • Dr. Alan McHughen, non-GMO verification

    Mar 21, 2014 | 25 min
    Cheerios and Grape Nuts are now GMO-free, but it comes at a price (or several of them.) Author and researcher Dr. Alan McHughen joins me on this Food and Farm
  • Dr. Jayson Lusk, local school foods

    Mar 14, 2014 | 24 min
    Good nutrition is essential for students, but should locally-grown foods be mandated for public schools? Dr. Jayson Lusk from Oklahoma State University weighs in.
  • Laurie Demeritt, trends in eating

    Mar 7, 2014 | 13 min
    Laurie Demeritt is CEO of The Hartman Group, a leading consulting and market research firm on food culture trends. The Hartman Group specializes in the analysis and interpretation of consumer lifestyles and how these lifestyles affect the purchase and use of household goods, with an emphasis on food and beverage.
  • Anthony Shelton, Bt and beneficials

    Feb 28, 2014 | 13 min
    Cornell entomologist Anthony Shelton says Bt biotech may actually help rather than harm beneficial insects. Check it out on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs Foodlink-Connecting Farm to Fork, as heard on America's Web Radio.com.
  • Ann Ferrell, Burley tobacco

    Feb 28, 2014 | 15 min
    Folklorist Dr. Ann Ferrell has a new book called "Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century." She discusses it on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork on America's Web Radio
  • Dr. Richard Coffey, HSUS Video

    Feb 28, 2014 | 22 min
    Dr. Richard Coffey from the University of Kentucky talks about the recent HSUS undercover video of an Owensboro, KY swine operation and the realities of the immunization method known as FeedBack. Food and Farm is brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork on America's Web Radio.
  • Dr. Ann Ferrell Sound Bite

    Feb 27, 2014 | 1 min
    Dr. Ann K. Ferrell, is an assistant professor of folk studies and anthropology at Western KY University and is author of the book “Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century.”
  • Dr. Richard Coffey Sound Bite

    Feb 27, 2014 | 2 min
    Dr. Coffey is Director of the University of Kentucky's Research and Education Center and a recognized expert on swine production and management
  • Amanda Zaluckyj

    Feb 21, 2014 | 14 min
    Blogger and Farmer's Daughter Amanda Zaluckyj also joins us on Food and Farm to talk about Fear Mongering and not believing everything you see on the internet
  • Lara Dinsmore

    Feb 21, 2014 | 13 min
    Farm wife and mom Lara Dinsmore continues the Fear Industry discussion with us on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Julie Gunlock

    Feb 21, 2014 | 14 min
    Julie's not a scientist – she doesn't claim to be. She's the mother of three active boys and the is the Director of Independent Women's Forum Culture of Alarmism Project. She talks with us about following the money that, in part, drives the Fear Industry.
  • Steven Novella - Ag Fear Mongering

    Feb 21, 2014 | 14 min
    Fear Mongering and "Big Ag Shills" are just a few of the things Dr. Steven Novella and I discuss on this edition of Food and Farm
  • Julie Gunlock soundbite

    Feb 20, 2014 | 1 min
    Julie's not a scientist – she doesn't claim to be. She's the mother of three active boys and the is the Director of Independent Women's Forum Culture of Alarmism Project. She talks with us about following the money that, in part, drives the Fear Industry.
  • Steven Novella soundbite

    Feb 19, 2014 | 1 min
    Fear Mongering and "Big Ag Shills" are just a few of the things Dr. Steven Novella and I discuss on an upcoming edition of Food and Farm
  • Ray Prock, California drought

    Feb 14, 2014 | 14 min
    California's in the midst of two droughts - one natural and one man-made. Dairyman Ray Prock and I talk about ag water usage on Food and Farm.
  • American Farmland Trust announcement

    Feb 7, 2014 | 13 min
    Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer this week joined American Farmland Trust president and CEO Andrew McElwaine, former Kentucky Gov. and First Lady Brereton and Libby Jones and Lexington Mayor Jim Gray to announce the first nationwide conference focused on farming, land use, and food policy to be held in Lexington in October. The American Farmland Trust is bringing a national conference called "Farmland, Food and Livable Communities" to Lexington, KY October 20-22 this year. We bring you highlights from the announcement of the conference on Food and Farm
  • Brian Gould, milk marketing changes

    Feb 7, 2014 | 13 min
    The passage of the Farm Bill brings new milk marketing language that may be a win-win for producers and consumers. Dr. Brian Gould talks with us on Food and Farm to sort through the new bill's milk provisions.
  • Dr. Deb McCullough, emerald ash borers

    Jan 31, 2014 | 14 min
    Emerald Ash Borers aren't as pretty as they might sound. They're destroying ash groves all over and Dr. Deb McCullough from Michigan State tells me on Food and Farm that the cold weather won't do much to stop 'em. On America's Web Radio.com, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Dr. Rodney "Butch" Baker, PEDV

    Jan 31, 2014 | 13 min
    PEDV is just the latest thing U.S. and Canadian pork producers have to deal with. We learn more about it from Iowa State's Dr. Butch Baker on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Jeff Fowle, drought

    Jan 31, 2014 | 14 min
    This weekend's Winter Storm Maximus may help to build snowpack in many drought-suffering locations of the West, but for California ranchers it's probably just a drop in the bucket. Jeff Fowle and I discuss the ag water woes on Food and Farm on America's Web Radio brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Harrison Pittman, Farm Bill

    Jan 31, 2014 | 13 min
    Well, there's finally a Farm Bill... sorta... almost... kinda. Harrison Pittman and I talk about the "turtle in the yard" on Food and Farm, on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Amy Hale Auker, Rightful Place

    Jan 24, 2014 | 26 min
    Author Amy Hale Auker "writes the land," masterfully crafting location, culture and circumstance into her books, essays and magazine articles. We talk about life on the land in this episode of Food and Farm
  • Debbie Lyons-Blythe, having a voice

    Jan 24, 2014 | 14 min
    Farmers and ranchers have a story to tell, and blogger, rancher and mom Debbie Lyons-Blythe is certainly no exception. We'll hear more about "Life on a Kansas Cattle Ranch" on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink and Feedstuffs FoodLink - Connecting Farm to Fork
  • Gail Steger, Cowboy Poetry

    Jan 24, 2014 | 14 min
    Gail Steiger is a rancher, singer and cowboy poet from Prescott, Arizona. He's also on the board of the Western Folklife Center, which will host the 30th annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, NV. We'll talk about music, poetry and a life on the land on Food and Farm
  • Karl Haro von Mogel - Cherrios and GMOs

    Jan 17, 2014 | 26 min
    General Mills removed GMO's from their popular Cherrios breakfast cereal but maintain there's no known problems with biotech grains. What's up with that? Karl Haro von Mogel and I discuss the disconnect on Food and Farm
  • Matthew Boucher, drones

    Jan 17, 2014 | 14 min
    If you're intrigued with the idea of using unmanned aerial vehicles for ag applications, listen to this segment of Food and Farm with Illinois farmer Matthew Boucher
  • Chad Colby - Ag drones

    Jan 17, 2014 | 13 min
    Agriculture applications of unmanned aircraft are really taking off. It's not something we want to drone on about, but we explore the topic with Chad Colby on this episode of Food and Farm
  • podcast - Michelle Arnold

    Jan 10, 2014 | 12 min
    Farmers go to extremes to keep their livestock healthy during weather extremes. Dr. Michelle Arnold joins us on Food and Farm to talk about caring for lactating livestock in winter.
  • Karen Waite - equine retirement

    Jan 10, 2014 | 14 min
    Retire the NYC carriage horses? It sounds good if you don't think much about it, but as I discuss with equine extension specialist Karen Waite on Food and Farm, we might just be killing our animals with kindness.
  • Dennis vanEngelsdorp - bees

    Jan 10, 2014 | 14 min
    Do bees freeze? Are neonicotinoid pesticides decimating bee populations? What are the effects of monocultures? All kinds of info about bees on this edition of Food and Farm
  • Michele Payn-Knoper, No More Food Fights

    Jan 3, 2014 | 14 min
    discussions from both sides of the plate
  • Michele Payn-Knoper, No More Food Fights

    Jan 3, 2014 | 15 min
    Michele's book is a collection of thoughts from both sides of the plate - ag and consumers
  • Nevil Speer, Chipotle campaign

    Dec 27, 2013 | 14 min
    The Chipotle "Scarecrow" media campaign generates a lot of buzz in 2013. Dr. Nevil Speer from Western Kentucky University offers some thoughts to Food and Farm
  • Russ Daly, blizzard losses

    Dec 27, 2013 | 14 min
    Livestock losses from the Atlas blizzard were staggering. Dr. Russ Daly from South Dakota State University tries to put it in perspective for Food and Farm
  • Dr. Stefano Guandalini

    Dec 27, 2013 | 15 min
    Facts about gluten and gluten intolerance from one of the country's top celiac disease experts
  • Dr. Richard Bianco

    Dec 27, 2013 | 14 min
    Animal welfare as pertains to research for the benefit of human health has always been controversial. Dr. Richard Bianco talks about the need for the research in this Food and Farm
  • Mark Hardy, reindeer and Christmas trees

    Dec 25, 2013 | 15 min
    Mark Hardy of Hardy's Reindeer Ranch and Rick Dungy of the American Christmas Tree Association join us in this segment to talk about these seasonal icons.
  • Catherine Wright Howard

    Dec 23, 2013 | 15 min
    Christmas Time's A-Coming - and we're pulling out the tree, the mistletoe and the reindeer today on Food and Farm, here featuring Catherine Howard, editor of Christmas Trees magazine
  • Dr. John Hartman, mistletoe

    Dec 20, 2013 | 13 min
    Christmas Time's A-Coming - and we're pulling out the tree, the mistletoe and the reindeer today on Food and Farm, here with Dr. John Hartman, professor emeritus at the University of Kentucky, on mistletoe
  • Catherine Wright Howard

    Dec 20, 2013 | 15 min
    Christmas Time's A-Coming - and we're pulling out the tree, the mistletoe and the reindeer today on Food and Farm, here featuring Catherine Howard, editor of Christmas Trees magazine
  • Christine Wright Howard

    Dec 20, 2013 | 15 min
  • Greg Miller

    Dec 20, 2013 | 11 min
    Is organic milk healthier than conventional milk? "Dr. Dairy" Greg Miller from the National Dairy Council joins us on Food and Farm to sort things out.
  • Dr. Candace Croney, animal welfare

    Dec 13, 2013 | 15 min
    Dr. Candace Croney gives us a balanced perspective when it comes to the topic of Animal Welfare.
  • Rick Rasby, winter livestock care

    Dec 13, 2013 | 12 min
    Cows and cold weather aren't as much of a problem if you're ready for it. Dr. Rick Rasby from University of Nebraska-Lincoln joins me on Food and Farm
  • Stephen Malone, NYC Carriage Horses

    Dec 13, 2013 | 24 min
    Stephen Malone joins me on Food and Farm to talk about the questionable future of New York City carriage horses
  • Brandon Houk, NWTF biologist

    Dec 10, 2013 | 13 min
    Private lands are important in the overall wildlife management scheme. Brandon Houk of the NWTF talks with us about how farmers and hunters work together.
  • Wes Jamison, animal welfare

    Dec 6, 2013 | 13 min
    Does the Bible teach vegetarianism? Some new insights from Dr. Wes Jamison on Food and Farm.
  • Bruce Chassy, French GMO Study

    Dec 6, 2013 | 29 min
    When the Seralini GMO report was published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology last year, Dr. Bruce Chassy discussed with me the the possibility of its retraction. In light of recent developments, we'll revisit that conversation on Food and Farm
  • Kevin Folta on Dr. Don Huber

    Dec 6, 2013 | 25 min
    Dr. Kevin Folta joins us on Food and Farm to discuss his recent exchange with Dr. Don Huber over Huber's claim of the discovery of a deadly organism associated with bio-engineered corn.
  • Nena Winand, carriage horse welfare

    Nov 29, 2013 | 12 min
    Animal rights groups spent big bucks to elect New York mayor Bill DeBlasio and put more pressure on the city's carriage horse industry. Cornell vet and horsewoman Nena Winand says the effort's misguided.
  • Bryan Burhans, American Chestnut

    Nov 29, 2013 | 16 min
    Once almost extinct, the American Chestnut is making a comeback, with a little help.And of course we threw in a little Longfellow.