118 The Naked Farmer

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Poultry farmers Patrick & Zanna Joice @UphouseFarm are a remarkable couple. For this episode I spoke to them both about Patrick’s terminal Cancer diagnosis, his ongoing battle with severe depression, and how they’re trying to help others who may be struggling alone. To donate to The Naked Farmer Charity Cricket Day @naked_farmer & support the amazing work that The YANA Project do: https://bit.ly/2EhYG6r EAT FARM NOW: FOR ALL THE BEST FARMING & FOOD RELATED PODCASTS, VIDEOS, AND BLOGS, FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD, PLEASE VISIT www.eatfarmnow.com – and if you want to get your content onto the site, or if you want […]

117 Farming with Epilepsy

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Rock & Roll Farming with Robyn Hogg Tonight I head down to the Royal Agricultural University to talk to agri-business student Robyn Hogg.  We talk about her studies at Cirencester, whether it’s an exciting time for young people to be entering the agricultural industry or not, and how since the age of 9 she’s lived with severe epilepsy, and the challenges she’s faced as a result.  We also discuss the family’s award winning bird food business – www.laverockhallfarm.com  EAT FARM NOW: FOR ALL THE BEST FARMING & FOOD RELATED PODCASTS, VIDEOS, AND BLOGS, FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD, PLEASE VISIT […]

116 Epic Style

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Rock & Roll Farming with Chyenne Smith Tonight I head all the way over to Carmen, Idaho, USA, to talk to cattle rancher and social media legend Chyenne Smith @JLazyAngus, and I mostly try not to get too giddy about talking to an actual real life genuine cowgirl..  Episode Sponsor:  NFU Cymru – for more information please visit www.nfu-cymru.org.uk Podcast Partners: Farmer’s Guardian. For the biggest range of news and features from across the Ag industry, please visit www.fginsight.com Rock & Roll Farming is proud to be a part of the Farm & Rural Ag Network. To find more great podcasts and […]

115 A Farm Africa London Marathon Special

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Tonight for this Farm Africa London Marathon Special, I talk to Libby Plumb, Adam Bedford, and Ava Emami, all about Farm Africa, and the amazing work they’re doing to help Women coffee farmers in Uganda build a better and brighter future for themselves and their families through Agriculture.  LONDON MARATHON 2019: As required by Universal law, if you’re doing a marathon you have to tell people about it. Well I’m doing the London one in April 2019, and I’m raising money for the incredible charity FARM AFRICA. Between 8 February and 8 May donations in support of my London Marathon […]

113 Norfolk to Paris, and back again

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Rock & Roll Farming with Jeremy Buxton Tonight I’m heading across the country to Norfolk to talk to Farmer & former TV Presenter, Jeremy Buxton @EvesHill  We talk about how he came to be living in Paris and presenting TV shows for EuroSport and the many amazing experiences he had, his return to the family farm and the reasons behind it, the changes he’s made since, including starting a herd of Hereford Cattle, agri tourism, and his struggles with mental health and why he thinks it’s important that we talk about it more as an industry.  All this and much, […]

112 FarmDrop

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Rock & Roll Farming with Ben Pugh Tonight I’m heading down to London to talk to founder and CEO of ethical online grocery company FarmDrop, Ben Pugh.  We talk about where his love for the outdoors and countryside came from, our broken food system and his determination to change it, how FarmDrop initially came about, what they are & what they’re doing, how they’re helping British farmers get greater returns, and his hopes for the future.  All this and much, much more.  Check it out folks.. LONDON MARATHON 2019: As required by Universal law, much like if you’re a vegan, […]

111 Enthusiasm Brings Luck

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Tonight I’m heading across the country to Suffolk, to talk to arable farmer and conservationist, Brian Barker. We talk about his family farm’s incredible connection to the Tudor’s, the changes he and his cousin Patrick have made since joining the business, the huge amount of environmental improvements they’ve done, being an AHDB strategic farm, #SoilMyUndies, the Oxford Farming Conference, #farmwildlife and much, much more. Brian’s one of the most progressive farmers around, and a great communicator, and this is one of my favourite interviews yet. Check it out folks..   LONDON MARATHON 2019: As required by Universal law, much like if […]

110 Skippy Scout

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Rock & Roll Farming with Jack Wrangham Tonight I’m heading up to North Northumberland to talk to farmer and co-founder of Drone Ag, Jack Wrangham @dronesforag We talk about his family farm, his time spent as a ski instructor in New Zealand, how his initial foray into flying technology led to him nearly being eaten by Lions in Kenya, Drone Ag – the company he started with his brother, and the exciting next step which launches very soon – Skippy Scout*. All this and much, much more. Check it out folks..  *During the interview we talk about the crowdfunding campaign […]

109 West Yorkshire to East Africa

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Rock & Roll Farming with Rachel Hallos Tonight I’m heading up to Rippenden in Yorkshire to talk to beef and sheep farmer, Rachel Hallos @rachelhallos We talk all about their upland family farm, their pedigree Saler Cattle, their work with environmental schemes, diversification into a holiday let, becoming West riding NFU Chairman, Rural crime, and VERY EXCITING – her work with the amazing FARM AFRICA that took her all the way to Kenya.  All this, and much, much more.  Check it out folks..  LONDON MARATHON 2019: As required by Universal law, much like if you’re a vegan, if you’re doing […]

108 From Tiny Acorns

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Rock & Roll Farming with Michael Oakes Tonight I’m heading down to Rednal, just South of Birmingham, to talk to farmer and National Farmer’s Union Dairy Board Chairman, Michael Oakes @m19mao  We talk about how his Dad started farming on a county council smallholding, farming on the urban fringe, his regrets about not spending more time with his children when they were young, Open Farm Sunday, Farmers For Action, and how he got involved in the NFU, and his experiences since. All this, and much, much more. Check it out folks..  LONDON MARATHON 2019: As required by Universal law, much […]