Podcast interviews are one of the most effective tactics you can deploy when it comes to establishing your company as an industry thought leader. 

In a typical media interview, you may speak with a journalist for 30 minutes and see that conversation reduced to a single quote buried deep in a long article.

With podcasts, you have the opportunity to speak directly to the audience for an extended period of time. They give you the opportunity to tell your story, share your expertise, and spread your vision for the future.

Our research team has put together a list of some of the top industry podcasts to consider getting booked on. We recommend sorting through and finding podcasts where you can add value. Then, come up with a pitch and reach out to see if they would be open to having you as a guest.

1. AgGrad Live

Tim Hammerich hosts AgGrad Live, a weekly podcast meant to ‘to promote agricultural career discovery, agribusiness networking opportunities, and professional development for all interested in the agriculture industry’. 

Visit their website: aggrad.com/aggrad-live-podcast/

Twitter: @timhammerich

Followers: 4,812

Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aggrad-live-podcast/id1348849794

2. AgPro Podcast

Farm Journal presents AgPro Podcast, hosted by Ashley Davenport. The show features ‘conversations with retailers and industry leaders on top-of-mind topics affecting ag retail today and in the future’. Monthly shows typically run between ten and 15 minutes.

Visit their website:agprofessional.com/agpro-podcast

Twitter: N/A

Followers: N/A

Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/agpro-podcast-with-ashley-davenport/id1432284459

3. Agriculture Technology Podcast

Visit their website:

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Followers: N/A

Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/agriculture-technology-podcast/id1080500092

4. Agriculture Today

Eric Atkinson hosts Agriculture Today, a daily podcast that ‘features K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examining agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation’. Episodes run 40 minutes long.

Visit their website: ksre.k-state.edu/news/radio-network/ag-today.html

Twitter: @kstateag


Listen on iTunes:  podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/agriculture-today/id1251632419

5. Agri-Pulse Open Mic Interview

Agri-Pulse Open Mic features interviews with ‘leaders in Ag policy’. Weekly episodes typically run around the 20-minute mark.

Visit their website: agri-pulse.com/media/podcasts

Twitter: @agripulse


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/agri-pulse-open-mic-interview/id1291526979

6. AgriTalk

Chip Flory hosts the AgriTalk podcast, ‘a daily national conversation about the latest issues impacting agriculture and rural America’. Daily episodes typically run an hour long.

Visit their website: agweb.com/agritalk

Twitter: @ChipFlory


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/agritalk/id619537283

7. Agronomy and Farm Management Podcast

Ohio State University presents the Agronomy and Farm Management podcast, a bi-weekly show where hosts Amanda Douridas and Elizabeth Hawkins ‘interview experts in agronomy and farm management’. Episodes typically last 20-30 minutes long.

Visit their website: stitcher.com/podcast/the-ohio-state-university/agronomy-and-farm-management

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/agronomy-and-farm-management/id1385727972

8. Agtech – So What?

Sarah Nolet hosts Agtech – So What?, where she helps ‘tell the stories of innovators at the intersection of agriculture and technology to answer the question: what really is agtech and why should you care?’ Episodes drop twice per month and typically run 20-30 minutes.

Visit their website: agtechsowhat.com/

Twitter: @agthentic


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/agtech-so-what/id1287042803

9. American Ag Network

Sabrina Hill and Rusty Halvorson are hosts of the American Ag Network podcast, ‘a weekly recap of the latest agriculture news from North and South Dakota and the nation’. Weekly episodes usually last 15-17 minutes.

Visit their website:

Twitter: @AmericanAgNet


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/american-ag-network/id1369304449

10. Around the Farm

FieldView presents Around the Farm, where host and digital farming expert Clint Chaffer ‘brings first-hand knowledge and high-energy personality to interviews with industry thought leaders on topics farmers are thinking about’. Monthly episodes run anywhere from 15 to 60 minutes.

Visit their website: climate.com/podcasts

Twitter: @FieldView


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/around-the-farm/id1458148332

11. Beating Around the Bush

The Rural Business Collective presents Beating Around the Bush, where hosts Fleur Anderson, Wade Dabinett and their guests ‘discuss the week in Agriculture and rural and regional news’. Episodes usually run 20-30 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.

Visit their website: podbean.com/podcast-detail/543nj-432c5/Beating%20Around%20The%20Bush

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beating-around-the-bush/id1138785786

12. BeefWatch

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln presents BeefWatch, a podcast that delivers ‘timely information to help beef cattle producers improve the sustainability and profitability of their operations’. Episodes arrive twice per week and typically run between five and 25 minutes.

Visit their website:

Twitter: @UNLBeef


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/unl-beefwatch/id964198047

13. Cal Ag Roots Podcast

Cal Ag Roots is a podcast that ‘unearths stories about farming history that challenge us to think deeply about the struggles, breakthroughs, battles, and innovations that have shaped California agriculture’. Episodes usually run around 25 minutes and are released every few months.

Visit their website: agroots.org/

Twitter: @CalAgRoots


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cal-ag-roots-podcast/id1080823272

14. Spark: Careers in Agribusiness

Spark: Careers in Agribusiness was created so listeners could ‘learn about the careers of successful men and women in ag’. Sara Steever hosts episodes that last 20-60 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.

Visit their website: stitcher.com/podcast/paulsen-marketing/spark-women-in-agribusiness

Twitter: @PaulsenAg


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spark-careers-in-agribusiness/id1188372285

15. Cobs & Spikes

Cobs and Spikes offers ‘explainers, stories, and conversations with experts innovating in the fields of agriculture, food security and nutrition’. The show is sponsored by the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), and episodes run between five and 55 minutes.

Visit their website: cimmyt.org/multimedia/cobs-spikes-podcast-interview-with-juan-gonzalo-jaramillo-mejia-on-social-inclusion/

Twitter: @CIMMYT


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cobs-spikes/id1438464146

16. Commodity Conversations

Mecardo presents Commodity Conversations, where listeners will find agricultural commodity market analysts ‘discussing the ins and outs of the agriculture industry and the stories behind what’s driving the market’. Episodes come out every few days, lasting somewhere between 10 and 45 minutes. 

Visit their website: offers.mecardo.com.au/podcast

Twitter: @<ecardoAnalysis


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/commodity-conversations/id1454472230

17. Countrywide

Countrywide is an Australian podcast focused on Australian agriculture, ‘talking about the food you eat, how it’s produced, and what all this means for the Australian economy’. Weekly episodes run 30 minutes long.

Visit their website: rte.ie/radio1/countrywide/podcasts/

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/countrywide/id598830819

18. Cover Crop Strategies Podcast

This is the Podcast from Cover Crop Strategies, a publication that aims to help farmers grow and preserve their crops more intelligently. Episodes usually run around an hour long and are released on a varying schedule.

Visit their website: covercropstrategies.com/

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cover-crop-strategies-podcast/id1451540843

19. Cultivate Farms

If you want to own a farm, step back from your farm or invest in a farm then this is the podcast for you’. Episodes of Cultivate Farms can run anywhere from four minutes for over 45 minutes, with new shows arriving on an indeterminate schedule.

Visit their website: pca.st/YuOD

Twitter: @CultivateFarms


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cultivatefarmss-podcast/id1331354549

20. Down to Agribusiness

Down to Agribusiness is a show that airs every two-to-three months.  Episodes illuminate ‘industry experts [who] discuss developments currently shaping agribusiness sectors and markets around the world.’ Episodes last anywhere from 12 to 30 minutes long.

Visit their website: agribusinessintelligence.informa.com/landing-page/agribusiness-podcast

Twitter: @agri_intel


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/down-to-agribusiness/id1240735778

21. Farm & Rural Ag Network

The Farm & Rural Ag Network is a daily show that features interviews with ‘farmers, ranchers, entrepreneurs, and agribusiness influencers about the issues facing modern agriculture’. Episodes usually run between 30 minutes and a bit over an hour.

Visit their website: farmruralag.com/

Twitter: @farmruralag


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/farm-rural-ag-network/id1207587305

22. Farm Small Farm Smart

Diego Footer hosts Farm Small Farm Smart, a daily podcast that offers ‘insights for vegetable farmers and market gardeners who earn, or want to earn, a living growing vegetables profitably’. Footer interviews farmers ‘to find out what makes their market farm successful.’ Episodes can last anywhere from a minute to an hour, with most on the shorter side.

Visit their website: permaculturevoices.com/tag/farm-smart/

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/farm-small-farm-smart/id1271270819

23. Farm to Table Talk

Farm to Table Talk was created ‘to explore what Farm To Table means in the Culinary world and the trends that change menus’. Weekly episodes typically run 20-45 minutes long.

Visit their website: farmtotabletalk.com/

Twitter: @FarmToTableTalk


iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/farm-to-table-talk/id1079984573

24. Farm Traveler

Trevor Williams hosts the Farm Traveler podcast, a show that aims to ‘better inform consumers about how their food is made, but also acts as an outlet for farmers to share their stories’ through interviews with industry pros. Weekly episodes can last anywhere from ten minutes to over an hour.

Visit their website: buzzsprout.com/250966

Twitter: @TheFarmTraveler


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/farm-traveler-podcast/id1458246439

25. Farmer to Farmer

Chris Blanchard hosts Farmer to Farmer, a weekly podcast that usually runs around the hour mark. Listeners can expect ‘down-to-earth conversations with experienced farmers – and the occasional non-farmer – about everything from soil fertility and record-keeping to getting your crops to market without making yourself crazy.’

Visit their website: farmertofarmerpodcast.com/

Twitter: @PurplePitchfork


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/farmer-to-farmer-with-chris-blanchard/id970449355

26. Farming Today

The BBC presents Farming Today, a show that offers ‘news about food, farming and the countryside’. Daily episodes typically run 13 minutes long. 

Visit their website: bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qj8q/episodes/downloads

Twitter: @BBCFarmingToday


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/farming-today/id261779638

27. The FBN Podcast 

The Farmers Business Network sponsors the FBN Podcast, a bi-weekly show ‘for farmers about how you can gain more choice, freedom and transparency in your farming business’. Episodes typically run between 15 and 25 minutes.

Visit their website: emergence.fbn.com/farm-and-rural-issues/introducing-the-fbn-podcast-2019

Twitter: @FBNFarmers


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fbn-podcast/id1461535072

28. Female Farmer Project

The Female Farmer Project is a ladies-first ‘ podcast series that aims to serve as a platform for women to discuss agricultural issues, and give power to the traditional, cultural, and experience-driven knowledge’. Bi-monthly episodes typically run between 30 and 60 minutes.

Visit their website: femalefarmerproject.org/the-podcast

Twitter: @femalefarmers


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/female-farmer-project/id1164772579

29. Field Work

Commercial row-crop farmers Zach Johnson and Mitchell Hora host Field Work, ‘a podcast that provides space for frank, realistic discussions about the benefits and challenges of sustainable agriculture’. Weekly episodes typically run between 20 and 60 minutes.

Visit their website: fieldworktalk.org/

Twitter: @fieldworktalk


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/field-work/id1460010498

30. Future Food

Louisa Burwood-Taylor hosts Future Food,  a podcast that weighs questions like ‘What will you be eating in 2050? How will it get to your table?’ while facing the reality that ‘how we grow, purchase, and eat our food is changing’. 20-60 minute episodes usually arrive twice per month.

Visit their website: efuturefood.fm/where-to-listen/

Twitter: @iamlbt


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/future-food/id1400395761

31. Future of Agriculture

Tim Hammerich hosts Future of Agriculture, a show that ‘explores the people, companies, and ideas shaping the future of agribusiness’. Common themes include rural entrepreneurship, agricultural sustainability, and food security. Weekly episodes typically last 30-40 minutes.

Visit their website: futureofag.com/

Twitter: @timhammerich


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/future-of-agriculture/id1137767458

32. Girls Talk Ag

Angie Setzer and Jennifer Campbell host Girls Talk Ag, where ‘the girls get together every week to discuss what’s currently generating buzz in agriculture! Plowing through the manure on-line, not always politically correct but always honest.’ Monthly episodes typically run somewhere around 40 minutes.

Visit their website: globalagnetwork.com/girls-talk-ag/podcast

Twitter: @girlstalkag


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/girls-talk-ag/id1217446389

33. Grassfed Life

Darby Simpson and Diego Footer host Grassfed Life, a podcast that offers ‘insights for small farmers and aspiring farm-based entrepreneurs who want to earn a living on the land doing something that they care about.’ Episodes typically run between 55 minutes and an hour and a half, with a varying release schedule.

Visit their website: grassfedlife.co/podcast/

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/grassfed-life/id1270581396

34. Hoosier Ag Today

Hoosier Ag Today provides insights around ‘Agricultural news, markets, agricultural technology, and farming weather for farmers’. Daily episodes typically run between 10 and

Visit their website: hoosieragtoday.com/hoosier-ag-week-podcast-top-news-indiana-us-agriculture/

Twitter: @hoosieragtoday


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hoosier-ag-today-podcast/id1220502880

35. Lancaster Farming Industrial Hemp Podcast

Lancaster Farming presents the Industrial Hemp Podcast, which primes hemp farmers for questions like ‘What do farmers need to know?’ and ‘What can they do to get ready?’ On the show, hosts ‘talk to farmers, advocates and policy makers to find out.’ Weekly episodes typically last 30-60 minutes. 

Visit their website: lancasterfarming.com/community/podcasts_and_audio/

Twitter: @LancFarming


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lancaster-farming-industrial-hemp-podcast/id1434431054

36. Legacy Farmer 

Jace D. Young hosts Legacy Farmer, a podcast that ‘leads you through the truth about being a Modern Day Farmer, Rancher, Entrepreneur, Married Spouse, and Parent.’ Episodes typically last 7-10 minutes long and are released every few days.

Website: legacyfarmer.org/podcast

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/legacy-farmer-the-podcast/id1451112290

37. Live Your Story

Marlene Eick hosts Live Your Story, a weekly podcast offering ‘conversations on living, working, and leading from the perspective of a Millennial woman in agriculture’. Shows typically run 25 minutes to over an hour long.

Website: marleneeick.com/

Twitter: @MarleneEick


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/live-your-story-with-marlene-eick/id1312401792

38. Mind Your Farm Business

RealAgriculture presents Mind Your Farm Business, ‘an audio series featuring thought-provoking leading business management experts in an engaging format’. Monthly episodes typically run 15-30 minutes.

Website: realagriculture.com/category/podcasts/mind-your-farm-business-myfb/

Twitter: @shaunhaney


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mind-your-farm-business/id1005114113

39. No-Till Farmer Podcast

The No-Till Farmer Podcast offers ‘in-depth knowledge on high-profit no-till crop production, including planting, fertilizing, residue management, crop protection, cover crops and other management practices that promote stewardship of the environment’. Weekly episodes typically last 20-60 minutes.

Website: no-tillfarmer.com/topics/494-no-till-farmer-podcast

Twitter: @NoTillFarmr


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/no-till-farmer-podcast/id1155204185

40. Off-Farm Income

Matt Brechwald hosts Off-Farm Income, a show that discusses ‘starting, funding and marketing small businesses specific to agriculture’. Episodes are released 3-4 time per week and typically last between 20 and 60 minutes.

Website: offincome.com/

Twitter: @OffFarmIncome


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/off-farm-income/id952577100

41. One to Grow On

Hallie Casey hosts One to Grow On, where they and their guests ‘dig into questions about agriculture and try to understand how food production impacts us and our world’. Weekly episodes typically last 30-40 minutes long.

Website: onetogrowonpod.com/

Twitter: @onetogrowonpod


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/one-to-grow-on/id1437683662

42. Permaculture Voices

Diego Footer hosts Permaculture Voices, a show that features ‘down to earth conversations with farmers give us an inside look at what it really takes to earn an independent living being a farmer’. The show combines ‘true inspirational stories with tangible tools and tactics’ within shows that usually run over an hour.

Website: permaculturevoices.com/

Twitter: @permavoices


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/permaculture-voices/id676930917

43. Precision Vision

Craig Houin & Morgan Seger host Precision Vision, where they and guests ‘discuss the relevant precision technology in the agriculture industry as well as introduce and evaluate new tech as it arrives on the scene’. Weekly episodes usually run 20-50 minutes.

Website: sunriseco-op.com/Precision/Precision-Vision-Podcast

Twitter: @morganseger


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/precision-vision-podcast-precision-technology-precision/id1365148296

44. Profitable Farmer

Farm Owners Academy presents Profitable Farmer, a podcast ‘all about increasing the profitability of your farm so you work smarter and not harder’. Andrew Roberts from the Farm Owners Academy hosts bi-weekly episodes that typically run between 20 and 40 minutes.

Website: farmownersacademy.com/profitablefarmer/

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/profitable-farmer/id1309434515

45. Purdue Agricultural Economics Podcast

The Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University presents this 15-minute podcast. Listeners will get ‘the skinny on recent agricultural economic issues’. New shows drop on a varying schedule.

Website: ag.purdue.edu/agecon/Pages/Podcasts.aspx

Twitter: @PurdueAgEcon


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/purdue-agricultural-economics-podcasts/id974084622

46. RaboResearch Agri Commodities

Rabobank sponsors this podcast, relying on researchers who ‘generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe’. 10-15 minute episodes drop 1-4 times per month.

Website: research.rabobank.com/far/en/sectors/agri-commodity-markets/ACMR-Podcasts.html?qsl_reqcnt=2

Twitter: @RaboFoodAgri


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/raboresearch-agri-commodities/id1236137111

47. Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

John Kempf hosts the Regenerative Agriculture Podcast, ‘a show for professional growers who want to increase quality and yield — for growers and agronomists who want to learn about the science and principles of regenerative agriculture systems’. Monthly episodes usually run around 55-60 minutes.

Visit their website: regenerativeagriculturepodcast.com/

Twitter: @VisionBuilder7

Followers: 1,453

Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/regenerative-agriculture-podcast/id1372359995

48. Saskatchewan Agriculture Today

Jim Smalley hosts this radio show-podcast that covers ‘the latest news and developments impacting the provincial agri-business industry, market and commodity prices and more’. Daily episodes last 15 minutes.

Visit their website: regenerativeagriculturepodcast.com/

Twitter: N/A

Followers: N/A

Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/saskatchewan-agriculture-today/id1197019972

49. Shining Bright / The FarmHer Podcast

Marjorie Guyler-Alaniz  hosts this podcast with the mission ‘to shine a light on women in agriculture’ through interviews and news coverage. Bi-weekly episodes typically last around 50 minutes.

Visit their website:

Twitter: @Farmher1

Followers: 7,089

Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/shining-bright-the-farmher-podcast/id1292834330

50. Strip-Till Farmer Podcast

This podcast is ‘the strip-tiller’s audio source for information on strip-tillage practices, technologies, and other helpful advice’. Bi-monthly episodes typically run around 20 minutes long.

Visit their website: striptillfarmer.com/topics/406-strip-till-farmer-podcast

Twitter: @StripTillFarmr


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/strip-till-farmer-podcast/id1154155977

51. Successful Farming Podcast

The publication Successful Farming presents its podcast, a show that covers ‘topics ranging from agronomy, technology, rural lifestyle, ag policy, and more’. Episodes typically run 20-30 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.

Visit their website: agriculture.com/podcast/successful-farming-podcast

Twitter: @SuccessfulFarm


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/successful-farming-podcast/id1176192313

52. The Business of Agriculture

Damian Mason hosts this podcast, where he ‘travels all over the globe talking to audiences about the topics surrounding the business of food fuel and fiber’. Episodes typically run around 35 minutes long and are released every week or two.

Visit their website: stitcher.com/podcast/damian-mason/the-business-of-agriculture-podcast

Twitter: @DamianPMason


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-business-of-agriculture-podcast/id1291008696

53. The Deal With Yield

The Deal With Yield is ‘a podcast series covering the issues that matter most to farmers’ sponsored by WinField Solutions. Weekly episodes typically run 20-30 minutes.

Visit their website: winfieldpodcasting.podbean.com/

Twitter: @WinFieldUnited


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-deal-with-yield-a-farming-podcast/id1022901852

54. The Farm Report

Lisa Held hosts The Farm Report, ‘a show about the people, processes, and policies that shape how food is produced today’. Episodes usually last 30-40 minutes and drop on a varying schedule.

Visit their website: heritageradionetwork.org/series/the-farm-report/

Twitter: @lisaelaineh


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-farm-report/id330208267

55. The Farming Podcast

Josiah Garber hosts this monthly podcast that focuses on natural farming methods as well as ‘topics related to natural farming: gardening, permaculture, homesteading and more.’ Shows typically run between 15 and 40 minutes.

Visit their website:

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-farming-podcast/id555689754

56. The Modern Acre

Tim and Tyler Nuss host The Modern Acre, where they’ve built ‘a community of farmers, professionals, and entrepreneurs passionate about building their ag businesses through modern day innovation and technology’. Weekly episodes typically run 30-40 minutes.

Visit their website: themodernacre.co/

Twitter: @themodernacre


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-modern-acre-the-business-of-food-agriculture/id1344108573

57. The Ranching Brunette 

Loagan Robinson hosts The Ranching Brunette, a podcast ‘geared towards aspiring first-generation ranchers’ that offers ‘in-depth interviews with successful ranchers and influencers, primarily in the beef industry, as well as my experiences through the ups and downs of starting an agriculture business’. Episodes can last anywhere from ten to 60-plus minutes, and new shows arrive on a varying schedule.

Visit their website: theranchingbrunette.com/

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ranching-brunette/id1457511351

58. The Urban Farm Podcast

The Urban Farm is a ‘3-day per week audio only podcast that’s featured special guests like Jason Mraz, Lisa Steele, and Kari Spencer’. The host and guests ‘discuss the art and value of growing food in urban areas’. Shows typically run 30-50 minutes.

Visit their website:

Twitter: @TheUrbanFarm


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-urban-farm-podcast-with-greg-peterson/id1056838077

59. The Working Ranch Radio Show

This radio show-podcast offers ‘the latest in cattle industry news, stories of the rancher/cowboy, listener response, cowboy poetry and music, rodeo action and much much more’. Episodes come out every 3-4 days and usually run between 20 and 60 minutes.

Visit their website: workingranchradio.podbean.com/

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/half-time-show-episode-20-september-11-2019/id1141105266?i=1000449418430

60. There’s An Elephant In My Paddock!

This uniquely named podcast hosted by Jayne Cuddihy ‘brings together farmers, scientists, consumers, industry and thought leaders to try and answer those tricky but crucial questions everyone else is avoiding’. Monthly episodes usually run a bit over an hour.

Visit their website: listennotes.com/podcasts/theres-an-elephant-in-my-paddock-jayne-DaEwsKTHq_u/

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/theres-an-elephant-in-my-paddock/id1455897303

61. WeedSmart Podcast

The WeedSmart Podcast sees hosts Peter Newman and Jessica Strauss ‘whip around the cropping regions focusing on weed control and issues which have cropped up (pun intended)’. Bi-weekly episodes usually last around an hour.

Visit their website: weedsmart.org.au/podcasts/

Twitter: @WeedSmartAU


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/weedsmart-podcast/id1176802774

62. Working Cows

Working Cows is for those who live the agriculture life, and it ‘gives you something to think about as you seek to maximize the effectiveness of your cattle operation and the joy your family receives from this lifestyle’. Weekly shows typically run 40-50 minutes.

Visit their website: workingcows.net/

Twitter: N/A


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/working-cows/id1307361758

63. ZimmCast

Chuck and Cindy Zimmerman host ZimmCast, where they sit down with ‘leaders in the agrimarketing world and talk with them about what they’re doing that’s new and different’. Episodes usually run around 20 minutes long and shows are released on a varying schedule.

Visit their website: http://agwired.com/category/zimmcast/

Twitter: @AgNewsWire


Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/zimmcast/id79144718


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