Carbon Cowboys

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Rock & Roll Farming with Peter Byck Film Director Peter Byck talks to me all about his brilliant series of short films, Carbon Cowboys, his experiences making them, and why regenerative agricultural practices can save the World.  carboncowboys.org  CHECK OUT eatfarmnow.com FOR LOADS MORE AMAZING FARMING AND FOOD-RELATED PODCASTS, BLOGS & VLOGS.  Podcast Sponsor:  NFU Cymru – for more information please visit www.nfu-cymru.org.uk

Propagate the Unusual

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Rock & Roll Farming with Sheena Horner What do you do when you develop a taste for spicy food, but can’t find any locally?  Start your own chilli business of course!  Sheena Horner did just this with Galloway Chillies. Find out how it happened, how she got to that point, and why it’s important to develop networks of friends and contacts in agriculture.  CHECK OUT eatfarmnow.com FOR LOADS MORE AMAZING FARMING AND FOOD-RELATED PODCASTS, BLOGS & VLOGS.  Podcast Sponsor:  NFU Cymru – for more information please visit www.nfu-cymru.org.uk

More Listening, Less Shouting

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Rock & Roll Farming with Navaratnam Partheeban & Claire Whittle It feels like the World is on fire at the moment, and everyone has an opinion to share on the #BlackLivesMatter marches going on around the World.  For this episode I spoke to livestock vets Navaratnam Partheeban @navaratnampart1 & Claire Whittle @DrDoWhittle about their experiences with racism and prejudice within the farming community, and what we can all do about it.  Please listen, and if you have questions, get in touch with Theeb or  Claire, or send them to me will@rockandrollfarming.com & I’ll pass them on.  CHECK OUT eatfarmnow.com FOR LOADS […]

Meet the Podcasters

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Ben Eagle & I have a LOT in common.  We both produce & host our own farming podcast for a start.  Listen to find out all the rest!  CHECK OUT eatfarmnow.com FOR LOADS MORE AMAZING FARMING AND FOOD-RELATED PODCASTS, BLOGS & VLOGS.  Podcast Sponsor:  NFU Cymru – for more information please visit www.nfu-cymru.org.uk