Rock & Roll Farming with Sean McGloin Sean McGloin talks about how he came to be making and selling organic kefir, the National Organic Training Skillnet and the training that they provide, and this year’s BioFarm 2020 online conference featuring a stellar line up of speakers from all round the World. For more information, and tickets, please visit https://nots.ie/courses/biofarm-2020-online/ 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
Rock & Roll Farming with Kit Russell Honest, open, heartwarming, and funny. Just some of the reasons why Kit Russell is one of my favourite people to follow on social media. Listen as we discuss her early life in london, mental health problems, post-natal depression, and finding salvation in sheep and the outdoors. All this and much, much more.
NFU Mutual ‘Ahead of the Field’ As the clocks go back Will talks to Robin Till from NFU Mutual’s Risk Management Services and PC Steven Kaminski from Cheshire Police to talk about the security challenges at this time of year, and to offer practical advice for the farming community.
Rock & Roll Farming with Kate Rowell Kate Rowell is one of my favourite people in farming. Listen as we discuss her family farm, working as a livestock vet during foot & mouth, returning to farming, and how she got involved with Quality Meat Scotland, and how she ended up chairing the organisation! All this, and lots more. 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
NFU Mutual Ahead of the Field Will is joined by Milly Fyfe, who farms in Northamptonshire and has been through the succession planning process with her own family, Heather Wildman from Saviour Associates, who specializes in facilitating succession planning, and Sean McCann, a chartered financial planner from NFU Mutual. Together they discuss this challenging subject and offer their thoughts and advice.
Rock & Roll Farming with Tim Ashton When I started this podcast, I wanted to talk to interesting people involved in agriculture about their lives, and whats going on with their farms. Well, Tim Ashton is the very definition of interesting! Stand by to hear about everything from archaeological digs on his farm, an encounter with Julia Roberts in Malibu, changing his farming system to zero-till, building the first new long barrow in Britain for 4000 years, and how he’s trying to help save the performing arts industry with #OnFarmCulture CHECK OUT eatfarmnow.com FOR LOADS MORE AMAZING FARMING AND FOOD-RELATED […]
Rock & Roll Farming with Matt Launder Matt Launder is that rarest of beasts – a first generation farmer. We talk about how he got into farming, the lessons he’s learned along the way, and why he decided to walk 9 of Britain’s highest mountains in 72 hours. All this and much more. CHECK OUT eatfarmnow.com FOR LOADS MORE AMAZING FARMING AND FOOD-RELATED PODCASTS, BLOGS & VLOGS.
NFU Mutual ‘Ahead of the Field’ Will is joined by Ian Maddever, an agricultural contracting expert, and Charlie Yorke from NFU Mutual to talk about agricultural contracting, how the industry has changed and the role it now plays in the farming industry.
Rock & Roll Farming with James Rebanks Part 2 of my interview with farmer and writer, James Rebanks. In this episode we discuss his first book, the wildly successful ‘The Shepherd Life, his relationship with his Father, how we as farmers can farm in a more nature friendly way and also make a profit, his second book – the eagerly anticipated English Pastoral, and lots more. 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
Rock & Roll Farming with James Rebanks The man I’ve wanted to interview since I started the podcast in March 2017 – The Herdwick shepherd himself, James Rebanks. In the first of two parts, we talk about his family history, Herdwick sheep, his early life growing up on his family farm, and his time at Oxford University. Look out for the second part next week, where we’ll be discussing his writing career and his new book, English Pastoral.