[Podcast] Room to grow in Idaho with BnB Farms, things you shouldn’t find in a bale of hay, market basics and futures, and chickens on the lam

Season 2, Episode 17

Here’s a breakdown of the articles we’ve featured in this podcast:

  • Room to grow in Idaho – not all those from “out of town” are out-of-towners – so to speak. Some are farmers and ranchers who came looking for an ag-friendly state. BnB Farms in Cambridge is one such story.
  • Too hot, too cold, too wet, too dry – could describe almost any day in Idaho’s farm country. The commodities cycle runs on the same philosophy apparently, says marketing management advisor Clark Johnston. He talks about managing the ups and downs of a very volatile marketplace.
  • Zen artists want us to find balance in our lives, but that’s just because they haven’t owned chickens yet. Chickens will turn to mutiny no matter how much fluffy sawdust you give them. Michele Coleman brings her homespun humor to the rural life we all know (all too well).

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