Michelle Patten of The AgBiz Consultants joined me to discuss three ways to ensure your family ag business is passed on to the next generation. We talk about the three key elements of a generational transition, including and operating agreement, a transition plan, and a will.
In 2018 I met Burke Teichert who is one of my personal heroes in the ranching industry. From that moment forward I began to think differently about ranching. I began to look at it from a more holistic point of view. This has led me to change many things within our business. Today, I talk about the why behind these changes. That why is better overall health for me and my family. We get into the practices that I have changed and how getting more in sync with nature has made for better health. Brought to you by Mystik Lubricants. For a look at their full range of top-quality products, visit mystiklubes.com
Bud Williamson of Williamson Land & Cattle near Moorcroft, WY joined me to talk about the work they are doing to change the way breeding cattle are marketed. We talk about understanding the products that your ranch produces and some practical ways that you can change the way you market those various products.
I used to get super annoyed when podcasts would re release old episodes. That was before I was a podcaster. I know realize there is value in circling back to revisit old episodes. Dr Temple Grandin has one of the most special and brightest minds that has lent itself to the ranching industry. Through her groundbreaking work and research, she has revolutionized cattle handling. In a talk with a friend, I realize that this recording would be valuable to revisit due to the fact of our in depth discussion into the food supply chain. Enjoy this week's Thanksgiving episode with the great Dr. Temple Grandin. Brought to you by Mystik Lubricants. For a look at their full range of top-quality products, visit mystiklubes.com
Wally Olson of Ranching.FYI joined me to discuss his upcoming webinar where he will be discussing issues of market inflation and deflation and how that is different than inventory appreciation and depreciation. We also discuss some paradigms Wally sees in the ranching industry and how we can make sure that we don't remain trapped in a negative paradigm.
Hello friends. I'm back again with another solo episode. In this week's episode I'm going to let you know what the podcast is going to look like going forward for a little while. I had a very clear impression that something needed to change with the podcast. I have been experiencing some severe stress in regards to scheduling podcast interviews. In an effort to keep the podcast going but still be mindful of my own mental health, you're going to see a bit of a change. Take a listen to the episode to see what these changes are going to look like. Brought to you by Mystik Lubricants. For a look at their full range of top-quality products, visit mystiklubes.com
Tom Krawiec joined me to talk about his new book, Ranching Like a 12 Year Old. We focused on, as Tom calls it, "Grazing in the Sweet Spot." We talk about the importance multiple grazing passes as well as getting started early in the spring.
Solo episode this week talking about some of my on the farm trials and how having patience and faith through these trials has helped me gain some appreciation and gratitude. This week's episode is brought to you by BASF
Natalie Kovarik and Tara Vander Dussen are two remarkable ladies. They have done so much to advance the true side of agriculture online in a time where there is so much misinformation spread about ag. They reached out to me to have a conversation about what they have learned and how they came together to start a course called Elevate Ag to help individuals navigate the difficult landscape of social media to tell their story of agriculture. Go to https://www.elevateyouragstory.com/ to sign up for this course