Successful Farming Podcast
It can be difficult to develop a harvest maintenance checklist. Andrew Frankenfield has some tips on where to start.
Terren Moore never planned to become a farmer. As Moore built relationships in the agriculture industry, he came to realize how farming and insurance go hand-in-hand.
For nearly 75 years, Eleanor Arnold has been discovering and documenting the history of the family’s 200 year old Indiana farm.
Editor, Lorrie Boyer, talks with Mani Iyer, CEO of Solectrac, about the growing industry of electric tractors.
Successful Farming's, Lorrie Boyer, talks with Hannah Fuller with the Farmers Market Coalition on how farmers can diversify into farmers markets.
This 130-year-old farm spans just three generations.
Jane Marshall’s knack for putting together triangles and squares into beautiful quilt patterns is only trumped by her ability to piece together people, resources, and opportunities in her community. Natalina Bausch talks with Jane about her childhood and her involvement in the community.
Cindy Southern Marion’s family farm near Dobson, North Carolina was built on a foundation of cattle, tobacco, and music. Her three children all work professionally around the country as musicians and songwriters, but the pandemic brought them home, and together, the family is paving a new path for the century farm.
A South Dakota banker can relate to the issues his agricultural customers go through. Bruce Haerter has converted hundreds of his acres in the name of conservation.
Jeff Siewicki went from a corporate job and no farming experience to grossing $200,000 on seven acres of land in coastal South Carolina. And he doesn't own a tractor.