This week’s episode is…..unclassifiable. In the best way possible. We welcome guest Kelly Maher, 9 News in Colorado Republican political analyst, urban farm aficionado, and all-around life wrangler. She wrote an article just after last month’s midterm elections and it hit us in the extremely relevant category, so we knew we had to have her on. While our goal was to talk about her views and perspectives on how the “Red Wave” was circumvented by personal attacks and a lot of talking about people instead of issues, our conversation stretched far and wide.To talk with Kelly is to immediately want to be her friend. She drew us right in with things we have in common (making cheese, politics, and an affinity for a LOT of coffee), and made us nod our heads in agreement with a lot of what she had to say. We touch on the midterms, how American politics have grown so vitriolic that voters are trying desperately to throw the wackos out of office, urban agriculture, conventional agriculture, campaign finance, fake meat, activists (in politics and ag) and more, more, more.This is one of the longer episodes we’ve recorded in a long time, and is worth every single minute. There’s no doubt we’ll have Kelly back on soon, and when you hear her sincerity and genuineness, you’ll agree with us wholeheartedly.Tune in! Find Kelly Maher and the article that brought us together below:Twitter: @okmaherSubstack: realbestlife.substack.comhttps://www.coloradopolitics.com/opinion/podium-colorado-gop-let-anger-eat-its-soul/article_7406d30c-654c-11ed-9f18-1781debd7a35.html This episode is brought to you by Mystik Lubricants. For a look at their full range of top-quality products, visit mystiklubes.com.As always, like, subscribe, share and email@example.comInstagram: @millennialagFacebook: Millennial AgTwitter: @millennialagMake sure to spell Millennial correctly ;)*Don't forget to review us! It really does help our ratings, and we really appreciate your feedback.Love, Katharine and Val
Today, meet Kacy Lynn Atkison. She is a cattle industry advocate, speaker and travel addict. In today's show we get to know her more and her background along with talking about her ranch and how she and her father are working the operation together. In addition, she is a public speaker and also is part of the inaugural National Cattlemen's Beef Association class of Trail Blazers.
Grace Dennis of Quinn Snacks joins us to discuss the ways in which the company is revolutionizing the food industry. Check out the sustainable snack brand and order your own treats today at quinnsnacks.com.
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