We know you’re busy, and the list of things to get done every day gets longer and longer; you have limited time to read most of your mail or even a fifth of your emails. That’s why we wanted to offer an audio version of the magazine – taking the best articles and recording them for when you have some “windshield time” or down time. We promise to deliver articles, information, markets and features all sifted specifically for Idahoans – to support you, your family and your business.
Ag Proud - Idaho Podcast Episodes
This is our sample episode to give you a taste of what is to come in future episodes of this podcast and content has been selected from the December 2020 edition of Ag Proud – Idaho. In today’s podcast, we’ll bring you a look inside a mint farm in Wilder, see what’s going on in
[Podcast] Annual Idaho ag financial report, Scott Bennett Farms (Grandview), sugarbeet root pits and Idaho’s only farrier school
In today’s podcast, we’ll bring you a full report of the financial condition of Idaho agriculture, a look into forging professional farriers, and finding out what a sugarbeet root pit can tell us. And there’s a sunflower seed farm near Grand View that schedules a lot of time for workers walking the neighbors’ ditch banks
In today’s podcast, we’ll bring you three organic producers and share their take on the organics markets and challenges with production. We’ll also swing by Dietrick, Idaho and find out why it’s ranching country. And columnist Paul Marchant always spins a good yarn and likens it to the human condition, which we know you’ll appreciate.
Season 1, Episode 5 Here’s a breakdown of the articles we’ve featured in this March 2021 issue: Our first highlight covers planting technology – its costs, benefits and drawbacks. Three producers from Wilder, Declo and Rupert share with us their equipment upgrades and planting strategies, their struggles and experiences. In this article, Terry, Keith and
Season 1, Episode 6 Here’s a breakdown of the articles we’ve featured in this podcast: If you’ve ever pounded fenceposts, you’ll want to stick around for this article. It’s all about virtual fencing, GPS collars and no wire stretching – a new fencing technique ranchers say is here to stay. You can trust the cow,
Season 1, Episode 7 Here’s a breakdown of the features included in this podcast: “I’ve been broke a couple of times, but I’m still here,” says Mike Telford. In this grower spotlight, author Ellie Dalton asks the Telford family about the ups and downs and ins and outs of potato farming. Few folks like to
[Podcast] Not burned out yet, weeds are coming for their pound of milk, Trail Family Farms, Irons in the Fire – Zebra Dun
Season 1, Episode 8 Here’s a breakdown of the articles we’ve featured in this podcast episode: Drastic culling and drastic rebuilding seem to be the winning strategy for Jim and Patricia Castle. Their ranch has survived drought and wildfire, but they still love it and have managed to grow it. While weeds usually don’t “hurt”
Season 1, Episode 9 Here’s a breakdown of the articles we’ve featured in this podcast episode: Chickpeas (or garbanzo beans) are an annual legume grown in many parts of the world. These small beans are a key ingredient in hummus, salads, soups, stews, curry and other meal products. Growers in Northern Idaho and the Pullman,