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58 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
What Really Happens in a Peer Group
Welcome to your new favorite farm4profit episode and Thank you for listening Thank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Sendthose to email@example.com or find us all over social media. We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience. (Ag Leader Reviews) Digging into the archives from an article in 2017 - You’ve seen the Ag Leader slogan,“So simple even Dad can teach you,” and that is so true for leaving a listener review of the podcast. Just so youknow, we aren’t just trying to be annoying when asking for this. The way the podcast land works is the morereviews you have the more your content gets pushed which leads to even better interview guests on the show.We thank you for what you’ve done so far, but keep them coming!o Cameron.Morgan10: Definitely a great podcast with some awesome people at the helm. Veryinformative and helps give insights into best practices for the future of agriculture. And maybe you paused to question if it was really that simple. You aren’t alone, and with your farm the word‘data’ is loaded with all kinds of possible definitions that may cause more questions and concerns than answers.Just remember AG Leader, they have a solution for every season. Their products seamlessly connect yourequipment and tasks so that your operation runs more efficiently than ever before.Commercial - BW Fusion – Focused on bringing innovative Fertility, Nutritional and Technology to the Agmarket place. They combine their best-in-class products along with the 365 soil and tissue program toprovide growers the tools necessary to address limiting factors in real time. General topic – Understanding Peer GroupsShay Foulk grew up in NE Iowa, working on a row crop and livestock operation with his father, uncles, andgrandfathers. He attended Iowa State University where he majored in Agronomy. After graduating, Shayenlisted in the United States Army, and served with the 75th Ranger Regiment. Shay now farms and runsMonier Seed with his father-in-law near Sparland, IL, and also works as a consultant with Chris Barron at AgView Solutions. Today, Shay works with farm operations locally and globally to improve profitability andefficiency, manage risk in many forms, and develop farm businesses through coaching and consulting. What is a peer group? Why join a peer group? o By utilizing a peer advisory group, a farmer has a unique opportunity to listen to the advice and opinionsof peers who might see something they are missing. There are multiple waysthat peer advisory groups might help in setting priorities and identifying blind spots. Avoid feeling like you’re on an island Gets you away from neighbors Sharpen personal and business skills Work on the business, not just in the business Focus on efficiency, Cost effectiveness, Increased production Accountability VisionBank uses a peer group. Compare ratios, indicators, margins, staffing & wages,territory, etc… What would someone expect to get from a peer group?• Discovering new and innovative ideas• Giving and receiving feedback on current business practices• Hearing about business practices in other operations• Engaging in collective problem solving… avoid “reinventing the wheel”• Improving leadership and management skills• Sustaining an action oriented focus• Staying ahead of a rapidly changing industry• Develop/sharpen leadership skills• Goal setting/Accountability/Discipline• Best practices/ideas exchange• Clarity/Focus/Execution What would someone expect to put into a peer group?o Attend Regular Meetings, Provide Input, a Financial investment, to Share personal and financialinformation What types of topics get talked about at the meetings?o • Developing Standard Operating Procedures• Business Succession/Transition• People management (job descriptions/performance evaluations/employee handbooks)• Technology• Data Management• Benchmarking• Leadership, legacy, life, business plans• Self-improvement• Grain marketing• Stewardship/Conservation/Cover crops• Crop Production What is a typical size peer group?o Why does that size seem to work well? Can a peer group function well without all the details?o Just friends from social media and random questions…. Do you need someone to lead the peer group?o What are the benefits of working with someone like you? Do you have any success stories you can tell us?o Do you have any groups that failed? And explain why they failed? Anything else you’d like to share with the listeners? What do the most successful farmers have in common? Summary – Challenge - Submit questions and topic suggestions - Like, Rate, Review, Share
113 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Farm4Fun w/ Snarkosaurous
Explain the differences between Farm4Profit shows and Farm4Fun shows – alternating weeksRemind people to hit SUBSCRIBE – REMEMBER TO READ REVIEWS Today’s Head of the Class Listener Reviews are brought to you today by Geringhoff. They are head of the class, no matter the crop. Premium harvesting heads for all of your harvest needs. Our listener reviews are exactly what we need to fuel our energy each week and Geringhoff is exactly what you need to maximize your harvest each year.@CornKing95 - Robert King from TN - If you’re not listening to Farm4Profit you should be.Commercial – AgLeader – They have a solution for every season. Their products and solutions help integrate your entire farm year-round. Use our products to seamlessly connect your equipment and tasks so that your operation runs more efficiently than ever before.SNARK@snarkosaurous aka Rupert also @snarkfarmertour & @Snarkcattletour & @gfy_agOutgoing trader and AgTwitter guy. LOVES Cattle. trades and has fed them.Has gone broke more than once but comes backMilitary kid, dad was in the navy and moved every two years. Lives in Chicago. Traded crypto. Has a little dog named Stella. Loves to get in the vehicle and drive hundreds of miles and meet farmers and ranchers.He has been missing from social media for the most part for about a year. Now hes back! Where's he been? Whats he been doing?Litigation Story, how much can we say?GFY.AG "Go Farm Yourself" His latest project working with some smart people on predictive analytics to predict closing prices on the markets a day or two in advance. Junk/Trash Traders?Coined phrases BuyorCry, one more we all go home, cattle will pay, whycharge? EatBeef
67 minutes | May 31, 2021
Tools to Protect Downside Risk in Commodity Pricing
IntroductionThank you for listeningFarm4Profit episode vs Farm4Fun EpisodeThank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Send those to firstname.lastname@example.org or find us all over social media.We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.Today’s Head of the Class Listener Reviews are brought to you today by Geringhoff. They are head of the class, no matter the crop. Premium harvesting heads for all of your harvest needs. Our listener reviews are exactly what we need to fuel our energy each week and Geringhoff is exactly what you need to maximize your harvest each year. @buck_1970 – Mullet Men, I love the podcastWhat’s Working in AG – Advanced Agrilytics (Burkhart Foundation Winner of AD Package)Jason Kohorst – Precision Agronomist for Advanced Agrilytics located around the Carroll, Iowa AreaKent Lingbeil – Lead Agronomist for Advanced Agrilytics for the state of Iowa https://advancedagrilytics.com/Advanced Agrilytics was formed out of a necessity to understand the environments in a field at a sub-acre level and understanding how that environment impacts the plant. The founders developed a system that provides farmers an opportunity to maximize productivity and return on investment throughout a farm enterprise. Today, Advanced Agrilytics is expanding rapidly to provide its agronomic technology services to even more customers and is based out of Indianapolis, IN.Our approach to zone management is anything but arbitrary. Our Hex-Grid approach uses 70 hexagon-shaped data points per acre to better identify problem areas and proactively manage in-field performance. Our main focus is identifying in-field environments and managing those environments on a sub-acre level.We are having grower meetings across the state of Iowa in late June, and that is one of the main points we want to make sure to cover, aside from the nuts and bolts of our business. At the end of our short time, one tidbit that we want to include is that we are "delivering on the promise of precision agriculture."Commercial – AgLeader – They have a solution for every season. Their products and solutions help integrate your entire farm year-round. Use our products to seamlessly connect your equipment and tasks so that your operation runs more efficiently than ever before.Main topic – Commodity Marketing What do you as a listener have to learn about becoming a better marketer?Guest – Tommy GrisafiTommy Grisafi, a commodity risk management advisor at Advance Trading in Valparaiso, IN, developed an interest in managing risk in 1990 when he attended a class field trip to the Chicago Board of Trade in High School. Tommy became a recognized member of the CBOT and CME group on his 21st birthday and has maintained this status ever since. In addition to his position as an Ag Risk Management Consultant and an independent trader, he also operates “Ag Squawk,” a weekly roundtable discussion among Ag industry leaders and is getting ready to start his own podcast through AGBull Media!What are we seeing happen in the markets right now? (Corn, Beans, Beef, Pork)Where could this thing go?Dogecoin, GameStop, Bottom fall out?As we talk today, what should our clients be doing?We talked and I shared in my loan portfolio we are on an average 50-60% presold on 2021 beans and 30-40% presold on corn and very few are happy with those sales now.What can be said to those who are feeling bad about early sales?What can we do to take advantage of where we are now, but not limit the upside potential?Flip this, what if we need to buy grain to feed our livestock? What can we do?Fear of Missing Out – (FOMO) have any advice?Is there anything we can do with already sold bushels to help raise the price on those sales?The grain markets right now are playing into a situation with crop insurance that we haven’t had exposure to for a while or ever. What’s going on?If someone is feeling uncomfortable now and looking to start a new relationship. How does it look when you sit down in a meeting with a new client or potential client? How does that start off?How important is a marketing plan to the profitability of one’s farm?Listeners are saying those with marketing plans are over sold…… why still stick to the plan?For someone looking for Marketing Class 101 tools to use in the current market, which tools would you suggest they learn how to use first?For the more advanced marketer, what are some ways they could take their skills to the next level?You know there are farmers out there who don’t feel they need any help, are doing just fine, and can do it themselves. What would you say to an individual such as that?We all know life and farming comes with challenges. What would you say to the listener who doesn’t even know where to start right now?If someone is already working with a marketing advisor. What are somethings you would encourage our listeners to be asking their brokers or marketing advisors now?Is there anything else you would like our listeners to learn from our conversation today?Any other pieces of information to share with our listeners?What do you see your top producing or top tier of clients doing? –Common traitsSummaryChallengeCommercial - BW Fusion – Focused on bringing innovative Fertility, Nutritional and Technology to the Ag market place. They combine their best-in-class products along with the 365 soil and tissue program to provide growers the tools necessary to address limiting factors in real time.Submit questions and topic suggestions - Like, Rate, Review, Share
58 minutes | May 24, 2021
Farm4Fun w/ Grant and Michelle Wells
Remind people to hit SUBSCRIBE – REMEMBER TO READ REVIEWS Today’s Head of the Class Listener Reviews are brought to you today by Geringhoff. They are head of the class, no matter the crop. Premium harvesting heads for all of your harvest needs. Our listener reviews are exactly what we need to fuel our energy each week and Geringhoff is exactly what you need to maximize your harvest each year.@apasztor82 – I love cats too!.....LOL@brookemma11 - It was great, I loved it!Commercial – AgLeader – They have a solution for every season. Their products and solutions help integrate your entire farm year-round. Use our products to seamlessly connect your equipment and tasks so that your operation runs more efficiently than ever before.Grant and Michelle Wells – BW Fusion and Wells Ag SupplyAll about Grant (Owner & CEO) and Michelle (Biological Lab Manager)Wells AG Supply is located in Fonda, Iowa and has been serving farmers across the Midwest for many years. At Wells AG Supply we are constantly innovating to meet your needs. We offer 24-hour liquid fertilizer load out to allow you to be able to get things done when Mother Nature offers you a window.What’s your tie to agriculture?Things I think they will want to talk aboutHow they MetHuntingOther hobbies?Their FamilyI-Bex StrawberriesBrewing MicrobesGoal for the businessWells AgBW FusionWhat is BW Fusion?Marriage advice – role modelsCouples gameWho is/was the coolest person you met along the way?What do the most successful farmers have in common?
77 minutes | May 17, 2021
IntroductionThank you for listeningFarm4Profit episode vs Farm4Fun EpisodeThank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Send those to email@example.com or find us all over social media.We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.Today’s Head of the Class Listener Reviews are brought to you today by Geringhoff. They are head of the class, no matter the crop. Premium harvesting heads for all of your harvest needs. Our listener reviews are exactly what we need to fuel our energy each week and Geringhoff is exactly what you need to maximize your harvest each year. @lexiejomoore – I am a very big fan of the Farm4Profit Podcast and Farm4Fun which is done by the same guys. They make it entertaining to listen to, but get into some deep stuff that everyone should hear.What’s Working in AG – Real Stuff helping Real Farmers from AG Storm EquipmentAG Storm Equipment with Erik Karlson - Have Erik introduce himselfhttps://agstormequipment.com/Hydra-Box ™ – Rock box for tractorEntirely constructed of high-strength steel & fully powered by your tractor’s hydraulic system, our new hydraulic on-board rock grapple system has the ability to lift 4,000lb rocks out of the ground in secondsAlso have options for UTV’sField Seal ™ – Tool boxes for the fieldAg Storm makes a universal toolbox that is 100% water and dust proof, can be attached to virtually any piece of farm machinery, service truck, pickup you name it the sky is the limit. Track Wheel Cleaners Prevents build up inside the drive wheels of a track tractorCommercial – AgLeader – They have a solution for every season. Their products and solutions help integrate your entire farm year-round. Use our products to seamlessly connect your equipment and tasks so that your operation runs more efficiently than ever before.Main topic – Talking Tire Technology and Soil CompactionGuest – Scott SloanScott is from the Des Moines, Iowa Area and a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa. He is currently the Ag Product Manager/Global LSW for Titan International, Inc. Scott has worked for Titan for over 21 years and is with us today to talk all things tires!Soil CompactionGenerally, a good soil contains about 25 percent water & 25 percent air by volume. This 50 percent is referred to as pore space. The remaining 50 percent consists of soil particles. Any wheel traffic that reduces pore space results in a dense soil w/ poor internal drainage & reduced aeration. How does compaction hurt a crop yield or potential?Compacted soil has smaller pores and fewer natural channels, water infiltration is drastically reduced. This causes greater surface wetness, more runoff, increased erosion, and longer drying time. Wet fields delay planting and harvesting and decrease crop yields. Plant roots don't grow well in dense soil. Inadequate moisture and nutrients reach the plant, and yield is reduced.In years when soil moisture is plentiful, the impact on crop growth may not be obvious. With moisture shortage, plants on compacted soil stress more easily, and reduced growth and yield are noticeable.Do soil types matter when it comes to compaction?Generally, the smaller the soil particles, the more compaction reduces the yield.What impact does soil moisture have on compaction?What implement does the most compacting?PlanterTillageGrain cartSomething else?Equipment trending heavier or lighter?What is the advantage of having the “tire guy” come out and weigh your equipment?Load & inflation tables….Can you run lower PSI in any tires?What are the consequences?Any risks?Older planter tires?Older tires in general?What does lowering the PSI in a tire do?How do you know when your PSI is too low?Or too high?How do we determine tire sizes? Front vs backTractorsCombinesSprayersImplementsWhat advancement in technology led to exploring lower PSI or compaction options?Any systems available that change tire pressure on the go?What about changing from road travel pressure to in field pressure?Where is tire technology headed?Airless?Would helium make the tractor lighter?What types of compaction are created by an inappropriately inflated tire?ISU study about the front tire 8310R less than the planter tires – rear worseCrown or a cone – what shape does it make? Mushroom? Tear drop?No-til vs strip til vs full tilDoes this have an effect on the susceptibleness of a field to compaction?Should we be more concerned about compaction at the surface or deeper compaction levels?To some extent, shallow compaction at depths of 12 inches or less can be remedied. Deep compaction cannot be corrected, however, and it causes reduced yields.What is your take on the performance advantages of:Tires vs Tires with new technologyTires vs tracks2 tracks vs 4 tracks vs 2 tracks and 2 tiresWhat advice do you have to people seeking the best value in tires?Good-for-a-yearOff brandsDifferent situationsAny other pieces of information to share with our listeners?What do you see your top producing or top tier of clients doing? –Common traitsSummaryChallengeCommercial - BW Fusion – Focused on bringing innovative Fertility, Nutritional and Technology to the Ag market place. They combine their best-in-class products along with the 365 soil and tissue program to provide growers the tools necessary to address limiting factors in real time.Submit questions and topic suggestions - Like, Rate, Review, Share
89 minutes | May 10, 2021
Farm4Fun with Sammi Wangsness & Friends!
Sammi: @SammiWansnessRob Sharkey: @sf28430 https://sharkfarmer.com/podcastTara Schrock: @Tara_SchrockJeord McDaniel: @jerodmcdanielErin Holbert: @ErnHolbert https://heartofthemidwestshop.com/ Geringhoff : Head of the Class no matter the cropAg Leader : The have a solution for every season
47 minutes | May 3, 2021
Finding the Ideal Team Player
IntroductionWe appreciate you taking your time to spend with us and for choosing to listen to our podcast.Thank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Send those to firstname.lastname@example.org or find us all over social media.Do us a favor, stop, run over to YouTube, and hit subscribe…….just do it!We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.Listener Review: @185Jacob – It’s a good podcastBW Fusion – continued support with upcoming from the field updateGeringhoff – Head of the class, no matter the crop……..partnering with the head of the class, no matter the podcast guest!....maaayyybbeee…. we’re still building our skills and working on thatGeneral Topic – Are the people surrounding you causing frustrations? – Humble Hungry and SmartIntroduce GuestThe Ideal Team Player – Book by Patrick Lencioni – A Leadership Fable about the Three Essential VirtuesIs this book about three things that make the most successful farmers the most successful?Let’s take the setting of this book out of the corporate world and apply it to farming and agriculture!We often talk about whether someone is a ‘team player’. In interviews, performance reviews, or while sharing feedback. Everyone agrees that being a team player is extremely desirable in an employee or vendor that a farmer does business with. We all in our minds have a definition of a team player, what’s yours?!According to Lencioni, a team player has three characteristics. Further, Lencioni states, when a team member significantly lacks one or more of these virtues, the process of building a cohesive team becomes hard, and in some cases, impossible. So in the words of your farm. If you or a member if your team (family, employees, advisory team, or vendors) don’t share these attributes or aren’t working to grow them…..you’re less likely to succeed.Virtue #1 – HumbleThis is by far the most obvious and easiest to understand. Humility in a team member shows up as a lack of excessive ego, or concerns about personal status. Whoofta – who just thought of that salesman/buyer that you don’t like working with…..acting like their shit don’t stinkProbably also just thought about someone you know who always seems to genuinely care when you meet them for a conversationThey are quick to share credit, praise others freely, and sometimes even forego credit due to them in the interest of celebrating the team’s collective win. I’m thinking of an agronomist we just interviewed….even though he made the suggestions, he’s going to celebrate you when your production results come in.They demonstrate strong alignment towards the team’s goals, and prioritize collective wins over individual ones. Humble team players are self-confident, but not arrogant. A memorable quote that summarizes this indispensable attribute is:“Humility isn’t thinking less of yourself, but thinking of yourself less.”Note-Be careful: People who are insecure sometimes discount their own talents and thereby appear humble. People whose sense of self-worth is extremely deflated often end up hurting the team by being very passive. They don’t advocate for their ideas, nor call out the team’s inadequacies.Virtue #2 – HungryHungry: Hungry people are always looking for more. (just like our listeners)They are intrinsically motivated, diligent, and have a strong desire to do more by going above and beyond. I think of most of these to be business owners. I find in farming it is rare to find an employee that will go above and beyond for the benefit of their employer’s farm. I know they exist, just think it is rare.Hungry people do not have to be pushed by their managers to perform; they are constantly looking for more responsibility, and thinking about the next step and the next opportunity (for the team).Who do you know, or just popped in your head right now as we described it?Do you work with them already?Can you hire this person?Note – be aware: Some people can be ‘hungry’ in a selfish way, and that is extremely detrimental to team health. Hunger driven by selfishness causes individual goals always trump collective team goals.Virtue #3 – SmartSmart: By ‘smart’, the author here refers to emotional intelligence and interpersonal awarenessThe capability to conduct oneself in a group situation and deal with others in the most effective way.Jen Hartman talked about this….some people just “get it” Emotionally intelligent people ask good questions, listen to what others are saying, and stay engaged in conversations intently. In-laws “Grumpy Dan” vs “Happy Dan”We all have landlords like this……some get it and others appear mean-heartlessSmart people exercise great judgment and intuition around the subtleties of group dynamics and are fully aware of the effect their words will have on the team.Note- watch out: ‘Smart’ness does not always imply good intentions. Watch out for ‘smart’ people who are in it for the wrong reasons.What happens if you or someone doesn’t have all three?The accidental mess-maker: You know that team member who is wicked smart, motivated and always bubbling with great ideas, but very often ends up rubbing others the wrong way? This person is Humble and Hungry, but not Smart!The skillful politician: That engineer who is everyone’s friend and confidant, and knows the perfect thing to say every time. He’s motivated, eager, and ambitious, but only where there’s an element of personal benefit The skillful politician, who is Hungry and Smart, but not Humble!The lovable slacker: He cares about everyone. He’s charming and always positive. He is technically capable, dependable, and is a solid member of the team. But — he does only as much as he is asked to do, and is rarely proactive with seeking newer areas of work. The lovable slacker, who is Humble and Smart, but not Hungry!The bulldozer: A powerhouse, he is determined to get stuff done, but with a focus on his personal achievements with little concern for his team. He neither knows nor cares how his words impact the people around him. A bulldozer who’s Hungry, but neither Humble nor Smart.Yada Yada Yada, right? I still don’t think this matters to my little ol farm….. or it’s dad’s farm and I am just working here until he retires.This matters in so many areas. Employees, the network around you, and the way you conduct yourself.How do I grow my farm? Maybe by emitting these characteristics while serving on a board. Meeting a future landlord and earning their trust.Maybe you develop a relationship with a cattle or hog buyer. Get a trusting relationship that gets the most for your animal through mutual respect.Building trust in general….that’s how you learn about opportunities We all know a famer/rancher that seems to get into the win/win opportunities, do they possess these characteristics?Any other pieces of information to share with our listeners?What do you see your top producing or top tier of clients doing? –Common traitsSummaryChallengeSubmit questions and topic suggestionsLike, Rate, Review, Share
92 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
Farm4Fun w/ Brittany and TR Jones from Richlands Dairy
Explain the differences between Farm4Profit shows and Farm4Fun shows – alternating weeksRemind people to hit SUBSCRIBE – REMEMBER TO READ REVIEWS Episode is brought to you today by GeringhoffCommercial for BW Fusion 365 – Richlands Family Dairy & Creamery (@Tr_jones7 @richlandsdairyAll about the Jones Family, Brittany and TR Wilsons, Virginia 270 year farm – 90 year old dairyWhat’s your tie to agriculture?Things I think they will want to talk aboutDairyStarting a creamery during a pandemicMilk and Ice CreamStorm damage to main building after 1st bottle of milkNot covered to replaceHow COVID impacted salesAg TourismTikTokWhat do you like most about itWhat has it done for your business? Anxiety/Stress – open to talk about itMotivating othersMarriage advice – role modelsHelping others, periodAlright to ask for Help#RideAlong CrewBaby Chicks – Mini CowsWho was the coolest person you met along the way?Who was the biggest let down after meeting them?What is something you are really good at?What is something you have always wanted to do?You’re an influencer – who influences you?What do the most successful farmers have in common?
51 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Chasing Carbon Credits
We appreciate you taking your time to spend with us and for choosing to listen to our podcast.Thank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Send those to email@example.com or find us all over social media.Do us a favor, stop, run over to YouTube, and hit subscribe…….just do it!We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.Listener Review: @185Jacob – It’s a good podcastBW Fusion – continued support with upcoming from the field updateGeringhoff – Head of the class, no matter the crop……..partnering with the head of the class, no matter the podcast guest!....maaayyybbeee…. we’re still building our skills and working on that!What’s Working in AG – Why Networking Works Podcast hosts doing some Post TBF auction and celebration reflection.The first 5 are the obvious corporate answersRaise your profile Advance your career Get an answer to every questionThe next 2 are usually side benefits if the first threeGet access to job opportunities Strengthen business connections The last 5 I think are the most important (witnessed all of these)Gain more knowledge Get fresh ideas Get career advice and support Gain a different perspective Build confidence Develop long-lasting personal relationships General Topic – Carbon CreditsIntroduce GuestBen Gordon -- Intro -- Carbon and Ecosystem Service Portfolio leader at Corteva. Ben has been with Granular for nearly three years after a career in management consulting, technology, and the military. He grew up in North Dakota surrounded by agriculture and today is with us to talk about carbon credits.Buzz words for sure flying all over Ag Twitter and FarmTok. Carbon Credits – the modern day gold rush. US farmers can now get paid for removing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere by storing it in their soil. What does this mean?Carbon cycle circleIs this a new thing?Why is this a buzz word or topic now?Is the carbon being captured physically measurable or is it assumed?What’s in it for me, the farmer?How much are we talking? – per acre/ per yearHow do we know we aren’t getting ripped off?How does my farm qualify?Cover crops, tillage practices, crop diversity, organics, manure -- Does one practice earn me more money than another?Any rule of thumb on dollars per acre per practice?What about pasture ground grazed by livestock?Can we still sequester carbon with the use of synthetic “N”?Why is it only farms that have changed a practice that qualify?Why won’t the farmer who has been using cover crops or no-till farming qualify even if they have done it for years?Are there costs to qualifying?What do we need to prove this?Historical records?What happens if something changes? Who audits this?What if I install tile, does that tile plow count as tillage? Does this cause a problem?Can we carry forward unsold carbon credits to the next year?Could the weather change the way carbon is sequestered and possibly alter a contract?Do you think this is going to take off?Is the juice worth the squeeze for the time involved? When prices were low maybe, but now they are higher?Do we have any clarity on how carbon credit programs might fit in with other state-level carbon programs such as “low carbon value added products” like biofuelDo you see us being able to stack multiple outcome payments? i.e. Carbon + Water QualityWho are the major players buying these carbon credits?What is their advantage to buying carbon credits? Reputation, financial, tax?Is this like a cable TV contract that I can’t get out of?How long is the contract for?What if my practices change each year?Is this just a “conspiracy” plan to try and get farmers to adjust their practices?o Burger King only wanting lemon grass fed cattleo Chipotle cage free chickenso Future companies only wanting from farmers in this program?Since this sounds like a lot of work, are there any solutions that make this simple for our listeners?Nori operates a marketplace where CO2 in soil is calculated, verified, and carbon credits are issued for sale. The carbon credits are purchased by businesses and individuals that want to pay for the removal of the CO2 they emit into the atmosphere. Granular provides easy access to the Nori marketplace by collecting and storing the data required to participate.How do you know which program to trust?Granular has the data management program to help you keep good organized recordsWhat are the risks?Can I get sued if something is wrong?Penalties?Is there a cost to the farmer to work with Granular?How do we keep large retailers from getting their “piece” of the pie?SummaryInclude contact option of firstname.lastname@example.orgChallengeGranular is a Proud Partner of Farm4ProfitSubmit questions and topic suggestionso Like, Rate, Review, Shareo Be sure to check out the fundraising auction for Travis Burkhart Foundation
58 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
Farm4Fun with Seth Davis
Remind people to hit SUBSCRIBE – REMEMBER TO READ REVIEWS @Sodak_farmer – Love your podcast!Commercial for BW Fusion 365 – you know what stinks? Not the 401 microbial team from BW Fusion:3 ways to apply this team of 26 microbes: 401 -in furrow (corn or beans), Environoc Seed Treatment (beans), BioCast w/herbicide broadcast (corn or beans)2 main value points: Provide a diversity of microbes colonizing with the plant helping to deliver nutrients to the plant making it become more robust and in turn provides sugar/carbon to stimulate the microbes. Creating 15%-30% greater in biomass.Season long nutrient cycling leading to greater yield potential and stress mitigation.Episode is brought to you today by GeringhoffSeth Davis (@SethDav15889371All about SethSales rep for Geringoff for MS, LA, AL and ARWhat’s your tie to agriculture?Things I think they will want to talk aboutLiving in MississippiPilotLittle Emilee (daughter)Catfishing on the MS riverWorked for Case IH on the cotton engineering teamSpent time in UzbekistanGeringhoffHow long?How did you get there?Why do you like working there?Favorite product?TikTokWhat do you like most about itRents his farm ground out to sweet potato farmersWho was the coolest person you met along the way?Who was the biggest let down after meeting them?What is something you are really good at?What is something you have always wanted to do?You’re an influencer – who influences you?What do the most successful farmers have in common?
48 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
Talking Combines in the Spring!
Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise….Introduce Guest: @combineryan Tiktok Ryan Bloes from Janesville, IA is the owner of Mobile Inspection Ag Service a business focused on combine inspection and repair.Why are we talking about combines during planting season? Ryan why is it important to be thinking about our combine now?Any struggles getting parts?Sufficient number of mechanics?Back log?Other reasons?So you run a mobile inspection business. What does that mean?Do you only look at combines?Do you only look at red combines?Are their more businesses like yours?How did you get started?Have you always done this?How large of a territory do you cover?What kind of services do you offer?DerechoThis storm was unique and I am sure is going to create unique after effects too. What could this storm have done to a combine that harvested the down crops?What are normal things our listeners should be inspecting each year?Do you have a checklist or from experience?Your familyAnyone running their own business knows it comes with sacrifice, how is the support from family and friends?Do you have family involved in your operation?Any trouble finding good help?If someone wanted to work for you what training is necessary?Could a business like yours be a Part time business for a farmer?Preventative maintenanceWhat are easy things our listeners can do to create less odds of break downs?Hoses, bearings, tires, etc…..Good customersAs a mechanic, I am sure you have your favorite customers. What does it take to be your favorite customer?What can our listeners do to stay on the mechanic’s good side?FavoritesDo you have a favorite combine?Favorite Podcast?Favorite combine head?Any other parting advice?What do the most successful farmers you know all have in common?SummaryChallengeRemind the listeners that Granular is a Proud Partner of Farm4ProfitSubmit questions and topic suggestionsLike, Rate, Review, Share
112 minutes | Mar 29, 2021
Farm4Fun With The Burkhart Family
https://www.travisburkhartfoundation.com/THE TRAVIS BURKHART FOUNDATION WAS STARTED TO HELP THOSE IN NEED THE SAME WAY WE WERE HELPED WHEN WE WERE IN NEED. WE HAVE FELT AND SEEN INCREDIBLE SUPPORT IN THE DAYS SINCE TRAVIS' ACCIDENT AND THIS IS OUR WAY OF GIVING BACK AND PAYING THAT KINDNESS FORWARD. WE WANT AS MANY FAMILIES AS POSSIBLE TO FEEL THE SUPPORT THAT WE DID.WE LOOK TO TAKE OVER WHERE INSURANCE, MEDICARE, AND MEDICAID LEAVE OFF AND HELP THOSE THAT ARE GOING THROUGH STRUGGLES DUE TO A PROLONGED ILLNESS, AN ACCIDENT, OR MEDICAL CONDITION. WE PROVIDE SUPPORT IN THE FORM OF MONETARY AID, FOOD, GIFT CARDS, AND INFORMATION. WE KNOW ALL TOO WELL THAT BILLS AND EXPENSES CAN QUICKLY STACK UP AND THE MONETARY AID OR EVEN SOMETHING SIMPLE LIKE MEALS CAN HELP ALLEVIATE THE STRAIN. WE HAVE SEEN A LOT, BEEN THROUGH A LOT, AND WE WANT TO SHARE THE INFORMATION WE HAVE GAINED ALONG THE WAY.
45 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
Busting Planting Myths with Dr. Mary Gumz
IntroductionWe appreciate you taking your time to spend with us and for choosing to listen to our podcast.Thank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Send those to email@example.com or find us all over social media.We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.Listener Review: Kyle Glienke – Timely and Informative: Always great content that is engaging, timely, and informative. Keep up the good work!Reminder for BW fusion biologicals offer of an opportunity of access to their 365 program from last weekWhat’s Working in AG – (Granular) - Equipment is ready, but what about your start to record keepingRecord Keeping Segment (Don’t let Data be an afterthought) – Starts now for an easier year of data managementIntroduce Guest – Robbie Weathers (Agronomic Support Specialist)2 years with Granular and a graduated of Clemson UniversityIn your network of farmers, what forms of record keeping have you observed?What are somethings our listeners can be doing now, no matter their style, to be better prepared for Spring? – Get your whole team on the same pageWorking on placing orders and invoices in record keepingMake sure you don’t run out – place orders for extra in seasonCreating work ordersField by field plansWriting or proofing scriptsMake sure you’ve got it rightIs it too early to begin looking at break evens?Is it ever too early? – 2022What can we do to make sure we are gathering accurate information?What are some common roadblocks farmers run into each spring with their data management?Now let’s focus on digital farm management tools. Have you had customers use the data in their digital record keeping to make changes in the middle of the spring?How does a digital platform help make a farmer more efficient?Connects the field to the officeEliminated guesswork on decisionsGive orders or commands in real timeMonitor in real timeEliminates employee mistakes or misapplicationIs there anything else you would like our listeners to learn from our conversation today?General Topic – Busting the Top 3 Planting MythsIntroduce Dr Mary GumzDr. Mary Gumz · @drgumz. Agronomy Manager for Pioneer Hi-Bred. Packer fan and Star Trek nerd. Amateur nematologist.https://granular.ag/plant21/Alright, it is time to do some myth busting. Hopefully today we discover or uncover something that will immediately bring value or more profit opportunities to your farming operation. Let’s attack the most common planting myths out there.Let’s focus on corn and soybeans today for the sake of time. First off Planting DateList myth here 🡪 Always plant corn before soybeansDoes this really matter? Which crop should be planted first?Besides paying attention to the calendar, what should we be paying attention toHow do we know if it’s fit to go? – watch the neighborsAny tests with results that present proof to bust the myth?Next myth - Planting Depth List Myth here 🡪 Shallow planted corn will emerge faster and obtain higher yieldsAgain, with a focus on corn and soybeans what is the proper planting depthWhat conditions would cause this to change?Cold = shallowerNo moisture = deeperOthers?We learned about planter technology in the previous show that allows seeds to be evenly spaced. Also, that down force and up force has been created to make sure planting depth is consistent. This is obviously important.But why is it important?How do you check planting depthHow often should you be checking it?Last Myth -Planting/Seeding RateList Myth here 🡪 The seeding rate should be the exact same from year to yearO boy, this is going to open up a can of worms.Farmer vs merchandiserWe’ve heard the potential for corn is 600 bu/ac from the bagWe’ve heard the potential for beans is 200+ bu/ac from the bagFarmers just screw this up.What is the standard population for corn and beans?Do retailers push this number higher to sell more seed?Profitability battle when trying to reach higher yields – can raise more but does it costs your farm more too?#LowpopMafiaChallenging the populations on the lower sides in both corn and beansDoes changing your population change your planting date?Does this show more up in variable rate scripts? Or blanket lowering?Are their instances we want to increase population?Recommendations on how farmers can get their own trials set up and analyze their own data?Any other pieces of information to share with our listeners?What do you see your top producing or top tier of clients doing? –Common traitsSummaryChallengeSubmit questions and topic suggestionsLike, Rate, Review, ShareBe sure to check out the fundraising auction for Travis Burkhart Foundation
63 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Farm4Fun with Jen Hartman
Explain the differences between Farm4Profit shows and Farm4Fun shows – alternating weeksRemind people to hit SUBSCRIBE @buck_1970：Love your podcast I never turn our tv on anymore, also starred following your TikTok…. thanks friend. Kevin TestermanCommercial for BW Fusion Product – 401 & Meltdown combinedJen Hartman @JenalysonAll about Jen Hartman – What did little Jen want to be when she grew up?What’s your tie to agriculture?How long have you been at John Deere?What got you into marketing and communicationsLet alone social media?Any big inspirations?Things to talk aboutThe bad and good advice from mentorsBrain surgery for Tumor10 Year MRI came back cleanRoyal Ball Run for AutismHas an 18-19 year old with autismSocial media direction – where is it headed?What’s your view of TikTok?How do you gift yourself time?Make a calendar appointment.Changes you have observed because of the pandemic in the last yearWho was the coolest person you met along the way?Who was the biggest let down after meeting them?What is something you are really good at?What is something you have always wanted to do?You’re an influencer – who influences you?What do the most successful farmers have in common?Reminder for:TBF SWAG Auction
64 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Spring Planting and Tillage Updates
IntroductionWe appreciate you taking your time to spend with us and for choosing to listen to our podcast.Thank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Send those to firstname.lastname@example.org or find us all over social media.We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.Listener Review: - Ryan Vavroch – Hey Corey, Started listening to the podcast in the last couple of weeks……Just wanted to say I love the podcast and you guys are doing a great job!Reminder for BW fusion biologicals offer of an opportunity of access to their 365 program from last weekWhat’s Working in AG – (Ag Venture) - Germ Testing –Vigor Testing and Hybrid SelectionIntroduce GuestHaving an agronomy team you can rely on all year round matters why?Do you recommend to your clients to have their seed hybrids sent for germ testing or vigor tests?What’s the difference between germination and vigor?Vigor testing does not only measure the percentage of viable seed in a sample, it also reflects the ability of those seeds to produce normal seedlings under less than optimum or adverse growing conditions similar to those which may occur in the field. Seeds may be classified as viable in a germination test which provides optimum temperature, moisture and light conditions to the growing seedlings; however, they may not be capable of continuing growth and completing their life cycle under a wide range of field conditions. Generally, seeds start to lose vigor before they lose their ability to germinate; therefore vigor testing is an important practice in seed production programs.It’s important to knowHow are these tests done?Cold testAccelerated AgingElectric ConductivityAnything else?Can this testing be done of the farm or does it need to go to a lab?How should we use these results?Hybrid planting dateHybrid populationField selection by soil type or geographyWhat if the Spring doesn’t show up like we had planned?How can we use the data we have from germ testing to make changes?Any other suggestions to share with our listeners?Planting/Planter Segment (HTS Ag)----What could farmers be doing to plant additional profit in to each acre this spring?Introduce the guest. - AdamHere we are at the end of February. If we haven’t put much thought into the planter yet, what are the most important things we should make sure to check before planting?Worn out bushings and parallel armsWhat kind of planter technology and advancements are on the market today?Advancements in downforceHigh speed planting seems to be popular. Are farmers upgrading to plant faster or for the better singulation?Row ClutchesAdvancements in variable rates and hybridsWhat are some tips, most already know, but we should cover about planting field conditions?What about in season service? Have there been any advancements in helping a farmer out in the middle of spring?Mobile/VirtualKnow anything about Autonomous Planting? Any opinions of where you think it will go? – Sabanto We see and hear about them but haven’t really seen much promise of it becoming widely adopted.Anything else you’d like to share with the listeners?Tillage Segment (Deere)---What’s new and available for producers spring?Intro – Tillage Man SamWhat are some of the latest advancements in tillage equipment for seed bed preparation?Vertical TillageSpeed TillageFinishing with a harrow or rolling basket or something else?John Deere-TruSet TechnologyLate last year, Sunflower introduced the SF6830 Series high-speed rotary finisher. By adjusting the angle at which these blades engage the soil, the operator has more exacting control of the tool and can match soil conditions and ground speed of the implement to achieve a smooth, even seedbed with every pass.The new tillage tools incorporate John Deere’s precision control, TruSet Technology, which lets you make on-the-go depth and down-pressure adjustments from the cab. You can fine-tune the implement with 0.1-inch adjustments with just the touch of a button.And, the TruSet system provides the ability to execute prescriptions and document the tillage operation. So, you can run variable-depth tillage prescriptions to incorporate residue at different levels across the field or change the depth of tillage for different conditions such as lighter soils or areas of known compaction.Alright, maybe we can’t go out and buy new. What should we be thinking about this winter to get our tillage tools ready for Spring?Bearings, sweeps, common wear points?What’s next? – What have you seen coming down the pipe?For a culture that is working to award farmers for no-til or minimum tillage operations through carbon credits….what makes it still necessary?LSW vs tracks MFWD but with 4 tracksWhat do you see your top producing or top tier of clients doing? SummaryChallengeBW Fusion 365 Offer reminderSubmit questions and topic suggestionsLike, Rate, Review, ShareBe sure to check out the fundraising auction for Travis Burkhart Foundation
114 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Farm4Fun with Jerod McDaniel
Explain the differences between Farm4Profit shows and Farm4Fun shows – alternating weeksRemind people to hit SUBSCRIBE – REMEMBER TO READ REVIEWS David Swenson – I picked up your podcast last fall after the derecho from a friend’s recommendation. Those episodes were a huge help navigating that period of time. I am still catching up but I’ve really enjoyed all the podcasts. The social media interviews have been awesome too!Commercial for BW Fusion Product – 401 & Meltdown combinedJerod McDaniel @JerodmcdanielAll about Jerod – Where are you from and what do you do? What kind of farm?Exercise and being healthHis Podcast –Ag UncensoredWhat is Twitter to you? He has over 112,000 tweetsHaving kids on the farm – involving themCold Snap?Unique understanding of commodity marketsBill GatesUnique ability to question everythingReminder for:SWAG Auction Travis Burkhart Foundation Fundraiser UpdateWebsite to go live soon sale ends 3/26/2021
61 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Your Soil is the Key to More Profit
IntroductionYou are one in a million. We appreciate you taking your time to spend with us and for choosing to listen to our podcast.Thank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Send those to email@example.com or find us all over social media.We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.Listener Review: - @andycoates – that was a good one, keep them coming!What’s Working in AG – BW Fusion – Understanding BiologicalsBrody Benton. https://bw-fusion.com/contact-us/Biology + Fertility + Nutritionals + Monitoring = Better whole farm ROI (Farm4Profit)Think about you as a human. Your genes play a major role in your ability. However, if you put yourself in the right environment and maintain a proper diet you have a chance to increase your potential. Don’t forget a regular check-up! Spring products401 Seed Treatment501Why are these “Working in Ag” (Root mass, yield bump, cold germ)Fall ProductsBD BiocastMeltdownWhat are they doing for you? (breaks down residue, machine wear)What is BW FusionJoint effort of Bio-Dyne USA and Wells AG SupplyOwners?Focus to bring new and unique products to the market to focus on fertility and plant nutritionContact information and promotionMain Topic – Understanding your soilsBodie Kitchel is the National Director of Agronomy at Biodyne-USA and is also the owner and Regional Business Director for Next Level AgStarting in 2015, Next Level Ag has been testing soil and plant tissue samples, analyzing the results, and converting them into valuable information - all while keeping the farmer’s perspective at the forefront.We talked to Bodie during our what’s working in AG segment about Next Level Ag and how their process of monitoring a crop and treating it like an investment is important. Today we are going to pick his brain about making sure we maximize the potential of our available farm ground and the crop we plant. Then make sure we feed that potentialRealistically today, talking corn and soybeans, what is the true potential of the hybrids we have access to for yield?Why is it important to take a systems approach to managing your crop?When you meet a new customer for the first time….where do you start with them?Let’s start with the soil first…why is microbial diversity important?Why aren’t there more farmers paying attention to the microbes in their soils?Explain the underwear testSo, say we take soil tests and aren’t happy with the way they look. Of course, we understand them because we worked with Next Level Ag and your education and way of explaining them made it clear…….What are some steps we can take to start correcting this?How do you use WEOC (Water extractable organic carbon) figures to proceed?Explain WEOCShould we do whole fields or leave check strips?How do mixing biologicals like what Brody talked about with BW Fusion help with this?How do we bust the myth or hesitation with the many biologicals on the market and the often referred to snake oil, foofoo juice, mouse milk, monkey juice, special sauce, etc..What should we look out for when approached by a sales person selling these products? (proof, testing, openness)Famous tiktok about taking yields to the banker adding all the +3-5 bushels/acOk, so we’ve started to take care of our soil and have the crop planted. What can we do in season to help boost the potential of our crop?SamplingHow often and what does it cost?Potential unlocked, how do we feed this potential?How do we know we are maximizing the potential?365 plugUnderstanding the why behind the whatWe’ve fed the crop, reached the most potential we could get. Now what can we do after harvest to begin for next year?What are some things commonly done in farming that aren’t good combinations?Spreading p&k and lime in the fall like Hillebo, etc…Any additional advice for the listeners?Out of the farmers you work with. What do the most successful farmers all have in common?SummaryChallengeClosingRemind the listener to leave a comment if this episode brought them value. Ask them to like, leave a review where they listen, and share with their friends. They can always send topic ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
97 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
Farm4Fun w/ Chuck Weldon featuring Boulevard Brewing Company
Contribute ideas a feed back to email@example.com@chuckweldonStories about his farm, hunting, the radio, the amish, friends from TikTok, passion and more.
54 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Future of Agriculture Crossover
Future of Ag CrossOverIntroductionThank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Send those to firstname.lastname@example.org or find us all over social media.We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.Listener Review: - @JayJaylc8 “Listened to all of it and had a great time laughing and listening to it. LOVED it!”What’s Working in AG – Next Level Ag – Understanding what is going on in your fieldBodie Kitchel is the National Director of Agronomy at Biodyne-USA and is also the owner and Regional Business Director for Next Level AgStarting in 2015, Next Level Ag has been testing soil and plant tissue samples, analyzing the results, and converting them into valuable information - all while keeping the farmer’s perspective at the forefront.Understanding soil testsSoil test results can be complicated and confusing to read, but they don't have to be. Next Level Ag has developed a unique approach in measuring Physical/Chemical/Biological aspects in the soil and displaying them in a format that keep the grower's perspective, not a chemist's. In Season ManagementUtilize many different tools and methods to gather your infoDrones Sampling (Soil and Tissue)Boots on the GroundSatellite Imagery365A dashboard to view each field and watch the progress it is makingView and track sample recordsManaging your crop like you would an investment in the stock marketUse this to help understand the why behind the whatEnd with a tease about wanting to understand biologicals in more detailFuture episode will focusunderstanding our soils and how some functions of biology work with plantsunlocking potential and then feeding that potentialimproving overall efficiencies Main Topic – Future of Ag (Crossover)Tim Hammerich is a former National FFA President and a graduate of the University of California, Davis with a degree in Crop Science and Management. He also completed the Masters of Agribusiness program at Kansas State University. Tim spent the first eight years of his career as an agricultural commodity trader and manager, where he developed a background in trading, management, sales, strategy, business development and risk management. He and his family reside in Eagle, Idaho. Tim was one of the founders of AgGrad and is now the Senior Director of Strategic Communications for Congent Consulting. He is also someone I would consider a mentor and friend, but the main reason he is with us today is…. He’s the host of the Future of Agriculture Podcast. This show explores the people, companies, and ideas shaping the future of agribusiness and what is what we want to explore today – the future!As we focus on the profitability of our farms today. How do you see the advancement of technology affecting profitability?What have you noticed are challenges of companies starting out and looking to improve agriculture?When a startup succeeds what have they done right?What fuels your passion to continue with the future of Ag podcast?What do you look for when thinking about or coordinating a guest for a podcast episode?Back to the focus on profitability. Thank you for sharing with us a couple of companies you think might have a big impact on profitability. Let’s start with Rantizo……Can you tell us a little about Rantizo?What’s the advantages of their equipment?What can they apply with their drones?What are some obstacles they need to overcome or have surpassed?Their company strategy is unique. How are they targeting the expansion of their market?Do you remember the costs to get operational for one and what the life span is?Alright, so we explored a business venture that a listener could look into. How about exploring the company you introduced us to called CoverCress. What is this plant? Combination or crossbred?Is this a gmo plant?Now this is a leap forward in technology that could have a major impact on profitability. What are the uses?New crop, livestock feed, feed stock for bio fuels, cover crop, genetic engineering technology But how could those impact a farmer’s bottom line? Where can this be grown?How do they plan to harvest it?What’s the timeline for implementation and wide spread adoption?Let’s get a bit geeky with the next one. Introduce us to FarmWave-Harvest LossCan you explain What Google glass is and how its involved in AG?What’s Farmwave-HarvestLoss using this technology for? Plant diseases?Do they have future applications or plans in the works?What about Harvest Loss - using some of the same technology?How does this set up? Work on all combines?Could be used for sprayers too right?As you’ve explored the future of Ag....how do you think a majority of farmers feel about AI?We’ve talked on shows before about creating your niche. The “something about yourself and your farm that sets you apart. Can you explain how Pristine Gourmet did this?That episode reminded us about being diversified. Can you remember how they worked to become diversified?What kind of sacrifices have you seem commonly made with your guests to be successful?What do you think the future for the Future of Ag looks like?What do the most successful farmers or business leaders have in common?SummaryChallengeClosingRemind the listener to leave a comment if this episode brought them value. Ask them to like, leave a review where they listen, and share with their friends. They can always send topic ideas to email@example.com
74 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
Farm4Fun w/ Hank Wade featuring Paulaner
Remind people to hit SUBSCRIBE – REMEMBER TO READ REVIEWS Dave Devries @Zeldenrust_Farm: Great podcast again, 1 question. If one of the reasons for increased imports by China is the rebuilding of their hog herd to before ASF levels, how come they weren’t importing more before?Hank Wade @Henry68157All about Hank Wade – What did little Hank want to be when he grew up?What’s your tie to agriculture?How long have you been farming?What’s next for you?Things I think he will want to talk aboutMental HealthWood workingBlogWhy do it?Connections through social mediaPhysical health and eating healthySous Vide CookingBeing an agvocateWhere do you get your content for twitter? How do you come up with your questions?The wife is the biggest StarWhat’s your view of TikTok?Who was the coolest person you met along the way?Who was the biggest let down after meeting them?What is something you are really good at?What is something you have always wanted to do?What do the most successful farmers have in common?Reminder for:SWAG New Mic/Mullet design E-mail us for a special deal – make sure you begCheck the website - more fun designs to come Send us your idea for a design Larger Discussions – SegmentsCOVID 19 VaccineScams out there for old people. You should have to give anything more than your name and birthday to get signed up – call your old people to check inOnline registering might be crashingWatch local news and radio for updates – every area will be differentCall in to your local clinic and pharmacyBe patient (65 and older)Currently the state of Iowa receives 19,500 vaccines per week. The 1B tier has over 700,000 eligible recipients in it.Smaller Quick Hit Topics for DiscussionWhat is the coolest thing David has ever sold? @jakehopwood7 – Jake from the sale barn
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