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The Rural Woman Podcast

Author: Katelyn Duban

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The Rural Woman Podcast is a collection of stories from women in farming, ranching, homesteading, agriculture and more. Each of these women are doing life in their own unique way and sharing their stories. Tune in each episode to be inspired by these amazing Rural Women. Hosted by Katelyn Duban (@WildRoseFarmer)
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On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll get to hear the much anticipated part 2 of my interview with Annessa Good. Annessa is an Agriculture Transition Specialist at Farm Credit Canada where she helps people start the transition conversation, giving them the tools and resources to work towards goals that keep their operations viable and sustainable.  For show notes including links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Annessa Good. Annessa is an Agriculture Transition Specialist at Farm Credit Canada where she helps people start the transition conversation, giving them the tools and resources to work towards goals that keep their operations viable and sustainable.  Enjoy part one this week and we'll see you all back here next week for part two with Annessa! For show notes and links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Dana Penrice. Dana is the Prairie Program Manager for the Young Agrarians which  is a farmer to farmer educational resource network for new and young ecological, organic and regenerative farmers in Canada. Dana works with a great team of community facilitators to help grow the next generation of farmers and food lovers in Canada.  For show notes including links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Amanda Volsen. Amanda is married to a 6th gen, farmer, mom of 4, registered nurse, and a volunteer EMT for her rural ambulance service. Amanda shared with us her story and some helpful tips in case there is ever a medical emergency of your farm, ranch, or homestead,  For show notes and links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Nicole Vernon. Nicole is co-owner of Vernon Family Farm, a non GMO pastured poultry farm on the Seacoast of New Hampshire. She is a farmer, a Spanish teacher, a bilingual mama of 3 adventurous farm girls, a committed wife, a serious multi-tasker and a very passionate community builder. They participate in indoor and outdoor farmers markets but also operate a successfully growing farm store and host on farm events. . Their mission is to cultivate a greater sense of community through chicken. Because Chicken is what they do best! For show notes and links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Kyle Brisendine. Kyle began farming at age 5 when she bought her first sheep with money she saved.  The next year she showed her first registered ewe against the adults in the open class because she was too young for 4-H.  Fast forward a few years and university in England where she received her BSc (Hons)  in Agriculture with an emphasis on livestock followed by a Masters of Agriculture in Integrated Resource Management from Colorado State University. Kyle now manages Willow Farm LLC, a regenerative grass farm in southern lower Michigan where she sells grass fed beef and lamb along with wool in the on-farm shop. For show notes and links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast we are wrapping up our June Dairy Month series with Nicole Wren. Nicole owns and operates a dairy farm in northern Michigan with her husband Brad. The last 11 years have seen a lot of ups and downs in the dairy industry which Nicole shares. Being a farmer, farm wife, and mother to 3 kids comes with a ton of emotions, but this girl can't think of any better way to live. For show notes and links mentioned in the show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Naomi De Ruiter who is a first-generation dairy farmer and the Modern Milkmaid at Birdsong Farm, where she raises registered Jersey cows and teaches cheese making classes. Naomi was 14 when she got her first cow, a Jersey-cross she named Blossom, and she fell head-over-hooves in love with her. Naomi's experience in the dairy industry has included managing a small dairy farm, working in cheese plants alongside an award-winning cheese maker, and being a licensed milk hauler. For show notes and links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast we're continuing June Dairy Month with Becca Hilby. Becca is a first generation dairy farmer from America’s Dairy Land, Wisconsin. Becca and her husband his family’s farm with their two kids. They raise steers, chickens, pigs and too many cats to count! Her day job is the calf manager and co-herd manager on a 350 cow dairy where she has worked since college. Becca has her own herd of dairy cows on the farm of mostly registered Brown Swiss and a few Holsteins as well as two milking shorthorns. For show notes including links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Canadian dairy producer Sarah Sache. Sarah operates West River Farm Ltd. in Rosedale, BC alongside her husband Gene and brother in law Grant. In her twelve years farming she has worked to become well connected in the dairy industry and agriculture community both locally and nationally, presently serving as Vice Chair of the BC Dairy Association. For show notes including links mentioned in the show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll hear from Sara Beth Johnson from Flying Pig Cattle Co. in Arkansas. Sara Beth along with her husband own and operate a commercial cow/calf operation, raise meat goats, and even have a few miniature Hereford cattle for fun. Sara Beth also works off the farm as a County 4-H Agent where she has been working hard to navigate programming and events to help continue to serve the kids and families involved during Covid 19.  For show notes and links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet fashionista turned first generation Farmer Star Hoerauf. Star worked in the clothing and fashion industry for many years before she made the jump into farming where she began raising Blue Faced Lester sheep. She says there have always been three key elements throughout her life – love of animals, holistic patterns and clothing. Star has taken all three of those elements and woven them into the idea of producing Carbon Beneficial Wool to produce her own garments from her sheep's beautiful wool. For full show notes and links mentioned in today's episode, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of you’ll meet Dana, Jenna, and Nikki of The Prairie Farm Project. The Prairie Farm Project is a partnership of Central Alberta producers dedicated to providing nutritionally dense and ethically raised food and other farm products to families. Together, Lady’s Hat Farm, Redtail Farms and Lazy T Farm market their products collaboratively and host farm-to-table events featuring local chefs. They called it a "project" because there is no model they’re following, and as time goes on, they hope to grow and evolve in a way that best meets their community's food needs For show notes and links mentioned in the show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet, Alli Fender. Alli is a fourth generation cattle producer in San Diego County, California. She grew up on the family ranch and always had a love for the cattle and livestock. Alli participated in 4H and FFA growing up and when her and her husband Bryce got married in 2014 they received the unique wedding gift of 10 heifers from her dad which started them down the path to their own cattle brand and operation The Flying F Ranch. For show notes and links mentioned in the show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll meet Alicia Parsons Lushington. Alicia currently lives in the Musquodoboit Valley of Nova Scotia on a 100 acre homestead with her husband and 9 year old son. Alicia is also the Chair Person of her local Community Hall. She and her husband Donnie work with a dedicated team of volunteers to provide a space for the community to gather and valuable programming for rural families. Her determination to preserve and improve rural lifestyle for today and the future make this an ongoing labour of love. For show notes and links mentioned in this episode, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Becky Doherty. Becky became a first generation farmer back in 2016 when she and her husband John, along with their two young kids Cadence and Keagan, bought a farm and started Stonepost Farms. They are a mixed operation offering pasture raised meats, naturally grown produce, free range eggs and unpasteurized honey. Becky shares how they are returning to the roots of agriculture. For show notes and links mentioned in the show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Leslie Svacina who owns and runs Cylon Rolling Acres, a grass-based livestock farm near Deer Park in Western Wisconsin. Leslie, with the help of her husband Scott and their two kiddos raise  Boer-Kiko cross goats for meat on pasture. For show notes including links mentioned in the show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On the week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Deanne Frieders. Wife to a farmer and mother of four, Deanne Frieders is the blogger behind This Farm Girl Cooks. Her focus is on simple, delicious meals your family will actually eat! If you love easy meals, a sprinkle of humor and a dash of keeping things real, you’ll feel right at home with her!   For show notes and links mentioned in the show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Richelle Barrett. Richelle is a Rancher, Photographer and Writer from Harve, Montana who’s name might sound familiar to those of you have who have been listening to the Rural Woman Podcast from the beginning. For show notes and links mentioned in the show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll hear from Kim Goodling. Kim is shepherd to a flock of Gotland sheep on a hillside farm in Vermont. Kim and her husband began homesteading many years ago as a way to provide healthy food for their family,  live a self sufficient lifestyle, and participate in Vermont's rich agricultural heritage. For show notes and links mentioned in the show, head over to WildRoseFarmer.com
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