The Rural Woman Podcast

Katelyn Duban

Do you find yourself feeling alone living your Rural life? Are you searching for a community to be a part of? Have you been in the agriculture industry all your life or are you just starting out? Do you feel passionate about agriculture and have the spirit of a rural entrepreneur? Are you looking to be inspired by gutsy and resilient women in agriculture? The Rural Woman Podcast™ is a storytelling podcast that shares interviews from women with a passion for agriculture and rural life. These women may not farm, ranch, or homestead the same but their passion and pride for the Ag industry builds a special bond. City-slicker turned Farmer & Entrepreneur, host Katelyn Duban created The Rural Woman Podcast to celebrate and amplify the voices of Women in Agriculture. Katelyn brings a unique perspective to the table and strongly believes in the power of our stories. You can expect to hear honest conversations from Rural Women who grow food, tend livestock, raise families, run companies and so much more. Tune in every Friday to hear a wide range of topics such as mental health in agriculture, advocacy, innovation, and leadership in Ag. Learn more and connect with us at WildRoseFarmer.com The Rural Woman Podcast is a proud member of the Positively Farming Media Podcast Network. read less

Women's Inclusion in Ag with Diane McKenzie
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Women's Inclusion in Ag with Diane McKenzie
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Diane McKenzie.Diane McKenzie is a farmer from Warner, Alberta. She grew up in southern Alberta on a mixed-family farm and currently farms with her family - growing grain, feed, forage and Hereford cattle seed stock.Diane's research interest is rural women and their participation in the intergenerational transfer of the family farm. By actively farming with her families, she brings an insider view to asking questions about the inequities women and girls who farm are limited by.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/168 . . .DISCUSSIONS THIS WEEK: [08:00] Going Back to School as a “Mature Student”[12:28] Research in Girls & Women in Agriculture[21:39] Notable Areas of Growth in Women from Generation to Generation[30:50] Repetitive Social Behaviours That Hold Women Back in Agriculture[48:50] What’s Next for Diane[52:50] Diane’s Most Rewarding Part of Being a Rural Woman. . .This week's episode is brought to you byFCC Events . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive ProducersSarah R. |
Growing Grass and Community with Lindsay Hamilton
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Growing Grass and Community with Lindsay Hamilton
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Lindsay Hamilton.Lindsay Hamilton from Homegrown Small Town owns and operates 3 successful businesses, 2 of which are in the farming sector. A 5th generation farmer with a passion for growing, soil and education. When not helping to oversee the operations and over 100 employees, she enjoys spending her time on her one-acre garden with her husband and 2 kids, making maple syrup and quilting (Yes, she is only 35 despite her hobbies suggesting otherwise). She is a true believer that there is no such thing as NOT having a green thumb and wants to teach as many people as possible to grow their own food and preserve it in a modern way. She believes there's a little homesteading and farming in everyone. For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/167 . . .This Week's Discussions:[12:05] Growing Cycle of Turf[16:04] All About Grass & Soil Erosion[19:15] Harvest Season[29:32] Advice for Maintaining Healthy Relationships in a Family Business[37:50] Rapid Fire Questions. . .This week's episode is brought to you byCanada's Agriculture Day . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co...
From Tech to Regenerative Agriculture with Sarah Riedner
Jan 20 2023
From Tech to Regenerative Agriculture with Sarah Riedner
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Sarah Riedner.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/166 Sarah Riedner still considers herself a newbie farmer. She and her husband are both first-generation farmers and started officially farming in 2017, although they had been doing urban farming in the backyards of Calgary prior to that. Her farm, Happiness By The Acre, is located just outside of Didsbury, AB on 153 acres of prairie grazing land and riparian areas.Sarah primarily considers herself the "crazy chicken lady", although she has also earned titles of "cow whisperer" over the years. Her farm has a mix of livestock including, pastured laying hens, heritage breed Kunekune pigs, grass-fed steers, and free range ducks. During the summer months, the farm also hosts a herd of cattle from their friend's cow-calf operation.. . .This Week's Discussions:[14:00] Changes to the Land After Starting Rotational Grazing[18:10] Sarah’s Learning Resources[26:30] Building a Community[32:30] Mental Health Struggles in Agriculture[42:15] Rapid Fire Questions. . .This week's episode is brought to you byCanada's Agriculture Day . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team |
Investing in Your Ideas with Megan Callahan
Jan 13 2023
Investing in Your Ideas with Megan Callahan
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Megan Callahan.She is the Jill of all trades at the Lazy D C Bar Ranch. Megan has lots of irons in the fire. From Raw milk to riding lessons, mule breeding, donkey rescue, Mom & Foster Parent, hay sales, a pumpkin patch and Glamping tents in the near future! The many avenues for revenue prepare her for if certain markets take a hit.Megan lives in one of the most incredible towns between Missoula and Kalispell on the Flathead reservation. St. Ignatius has a wonderful community, along with breathtaking views. An agriculture prominent area helps for a relaxing vacation spot and a good place to raise a family.Mules, donkeys, and horses are her first passion, along with educating on the differences between them and their varying needs.During pumpkin patch season, you can usually find Megan at the pony rides or wandering around, connecting with the community. Attendance has doubled every year, and they are just wrapping up their 4th year.From time in the tractor to teaching, she loves it all! (Ok, maybe not changing hand-line irrigation.) For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/165 . . .This week's episode is brought to you byCanada's Agriculture Day . . .Links to this week's discussions:[06:30] All About Breeding and Raising Mules & Donkeys[13:07] Equine Training and Horseman [20:35] Having Those Hard Conversations with Family[25:35] Challenges Introducing New Revenue Streams[30:43] Rapid Fire Questions. . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this...
How to Stop Putting Yourself Dead Last with Emily Reuschel
Jan 6 2023
How to Stop Putting Yourself Dead Last with Emily Reuschel
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Emily Reuschel.Emily and her husband, Andrew, raise corn, soybeans, cover crops, and two farm kids in West Central Illinois. Emily is an elementary school teacher turned entrepreneur and thought leader. She cultivates personal and professional growth for rural women through high-level masterminds and retreats, 1:1 coaching, public speaking, digital content, and her podcast: Gather in Growth. Her personalized habit challenge, #YouDoYou82, helps women build strong, attainable and consistent habits to show up for the lives that they love. Her joy list includes red dirt country music, iced americanos, snuggling on the couch with her family, personal growth books, and long runs on rural backroads. For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/164. . .This week's episode is brought to you byCanada's Agriculture Day . . .Links to this week's discussions:[17:00] The Process of Learning to Take Care of Yourself[20:42] Emily’s Entrepreneurial Journey and Personal Growth[34:00] All About the YouDoYou82 Challenge[40:24] Information on the Ascend Retreat in March & Registration[49:39] Rapid Fire QuestionsLet's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co...
Building Community through Regenerative Agriculture with Justine Berry
Dec 30 2022
Building Community through Regenerative Agriculture with Justine Berry
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Justine Berry.Justine is a second-generation cattle rancher in east central Alberta. Along with her parents and her growing family, they raise Black Angus cattle and direct market their natural grass-fed beef. Justine also works part-time as a registered nurse at the local hospital. Justine is passionate about finding a balance between raising beef and babies and, in her spare time, enjoys hosting or attending regenerative agriculture learning opportunities. For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/163. . .This week's episode is brought to you byLiberty Overalls . . .Links to this week's discussions:[5:19] All about Flag Hill Ranch[10:10] What regenerative operation and regenerative agriculture mean to Justine[15:30] Changes Justine has seen to the pasture over the years[24:20] Collaborating and advice to grow your business through collaboration[45:10] Future plans for Flag Hill Ranch[46:50] The most rewarding part of being a rural woman to Justine. . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive ProducersSarah R. |
Blazing Trails for Women in Agriculture with Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele
Dec 23 2022
Blazing Trails for Women in Agriculture with Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele.Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele is the first American agricultural specialist, agripreneur, educator, and women and children advocate. Born and raised on a farm, she received her secondary education in the rustic and rural community of Wewoka, Oklahoma. Upon graduating high school, Dr. Steele left Oklahoma to pursue a dual educational and business career in New York City. Armed with the legal degree she obtained from New York University Law School and the requisite legal business experience she acquired on Manhattan's Wall Street, she returned home to her family farm and started to give back to the Oklahoma rural communities, all while in the process of working full-time in the Oklahoma Corporate legal arena, and devoting time to study for a Master's Degree in Business Administration (MBA), Horticulture and Childcare Development Certifications.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/162. . .This week's episode is brought to you byAGvisorPRO . . .Links to this week's discussions:[13:35] Reactions in the rural community when the NWIAA was founded [27:10] What's needed for the next-generation farming people [31:10] Barriers that women in agriculture face on a day-to-day level in their operations[35:20] Success that Dr. Tammy has seen with women in agriculture over the years[44:55] Supporting and signing the petition. . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. ....
Turning a Passion for Horses into a Career with Sierra Seidner
Dec 16 2022
Turning a Passion for Horses into a Career with Sierra Seidner
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Sierra Seidner.At 26 years young, Sierra is the owner of Iron Horse Animal Health Products, a company that manufactures high-quality but affordable supplements and feed for horses and livestock like chickens, sheep, and cows. She graduated from Westminster College with a degree in Financial Economics in December of 2018, but after taking her first accounting job, knew that wasn’t the right career path for her. In July 2021, she had the opportunity to purchase Iron Horse, an established company that had been in business since 1967, from founder Dr. David Swaney and left her office job to pursue the more fitting and exciting lifestyle of being an entrepreneur. Along with running Iron Horse and going on the many trips that it requires, Sierra also enjoys training and racing standardbred harness racing horses.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/161. . .This week's episode is brought to you byLiberty Overalls AGvisorPRO . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive ProducersSarah R. |
Starting a Homestead with Ashley Sutton
Dec 9 2022
Starting a Homestead with Ashley Sutton
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Ashley Sutton.Ashley was born and raised on Long Island, NY, about an hour from New York City.  It wasn’t until she moved to Colorado for graduate school that she started thinking about where our food comes from. Ashley met her husband in graduate school out west, and he introduced her to the world of agriculture! It wasn’t long before they decided they wanted to keep some animals of their own one day. In March 2020, Ashley and her husband started their homestead in Vermont.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/160. . .This week's episode is brought to you byLiberty Overalls . . .Links to this week's discussions:[11:01] - All about the Guernsey cow breed and advice[17:18] - How Ashley began canning and preserving[28:05] - Advice for someone starting out in their own operation. . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team |
When Things Fall Apart: Surviving the Loss of My Husband with Rebecca King
Nov 25 2022
When Things Fall Apart: Surviving the Loss of My Husband with Rebecca King
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Rebecca King.In 1997, at a very young age, Rebecca married her high school sweetheart and joined him in taking over his family's generational farm. They jumped in with both feet, determined to succeed and didn't look back.By April 2006, they had completed their family of three precious daughters.In January 2013, the family farm became Royal Acres Inc. Along with her husband and three daughters, they were well oiled machines determined and thriving on their 2000-acre farmFast forward to Father's Day, 2015. The day before was spent helping her husband fix the flighting on the grain auger in the morning and in the afternoon picking out a tie for him to wear to a friend's wedding for that evening...A few days later...she was picking out a tie for her dear husband to wear for his funeral. He, 42, and her oldest daughter, 16, were hit head-on by a mentally unstable driver in a vehicle accident that claimed her husband's life instantly and sent her daughter by STARS to intensive care at the University Hospital in Edmonton.For days after, she struggled to comprehend. So unbelievable; they say it can happen to anyone, she never believed it, but she is living proof it really can.Now, 7 years later, the family is still thriving, still grieving, and with one foot in front of the other every day, she is transitioning, preserving and maintaining what she can on Royal Acres.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/158 . . .This week's episode is brought to you byLiberty Overalls Trailblazher Holiday Gift Guide Navigate . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on
Biblife with Liberty Overalls ft. Kyndall Durakovic Bauer
Nov 22 2022
Biblife with Liberty Overalls ft. Kyndall Durakovic Bauer
On this special feature episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Kyndall Durakovic Bauer. Kyndall is a Florida native who has a strong passion for agriculture. She has been working on building her cattle business, KD Cattle Co., for several years now and has always had the vision of using her cattle company to help bridge the gap between producers and consumers by taking extra time to be a source of information to folks with questions about cattle or anything Ag. related. This featured episode is sponsored by Liberty Overalls. Liberty is committed to telling the authentic story of its company and products - what better way to tell that story than from one of its own customers?For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/liberty-overalls. . .This week's episode is brought to you byLiberty Overalls . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive ProducersSarah R. | Happiness by The AcreKarri MV. | Leystone...
Rebuilding After Hurricane Fiona with Liane Reeves
Nov 18 2022
Rebuilding After Hurricane Fiona with Liane Reeves
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Liane Reeves.Liane is a former city person who moved from Ontario to the most rural part of Nova Scotia to start homesteading on an old Christmas Tree Farm.Liane, along with her husband Chris, arrived in September 2020, having bought their property sight unseen to find it overgrown, abandoned and derelict. With a lot of hard work, learning from mistakes and YouTube, they have made a solid start to turning this place into a working homestead.Liane shares with us how they, along with their community, came together during Hurricane Fiona to support one another and begin the process of rebuilding. For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/157 . . .This week's episode is brought to you byLiberty Overalls AGvisorPRO . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive ProducersSarah R. | Happiness by The AcreKarri MV. |
Creating Your Own Path with Renee Gould
Nov 11 2022
Creating Your Own Path with Renee Gould
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Renee Gould. Renee married into a large family farming operation near Consort, Alberta but was no stranger to rural life after coming from a small acreage nestled in the foothills of Alberta. She grew up riding and training horses in a variety of disciplines. Now, with two little children, Renee continues to ride when she can and captures the beauty of the land and animals surrounding her on canvas with oil paint when she can’t. By embracing her artistic side and painting the things she truly loves, she created a new identity and a business that reflects her country girl soul. For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/156 . . .This week's episode is brought to you byLiberty Overalls Billi J. Miller, Author, Photographer & Speaker Trailblazher Holiday Gift Guide . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive ProducersSarah R. |
REPLAY: Freaky Farmer Friday with Host Annabel Morgan
Oct 21 2022
REPLAY: Freaky Farmer Friday with Host Annabel Morgan
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Annable Morgan. Today’s episode is a little different as you’ll be hearing me be interviewed by my dear friend Annabel Morgan. You may remember Annabel from Episode 20, where I met up with Annabel face-to-face in Montana.Annabel is a rancher and agvocate for the beef industry and really all parts of agriculture. I am so thankful to have Annabel as my self-proclaimed calf mentor. You may remember the story about when I picked up two bottle calves from the auction, and Annabel was my first phone call asking what the heck I was supposed to do next. She was a big support when my one calf, Belle, was sick and was my sweet calf, Taco’s, number one fan. For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/2019/11/08/31/ Get your questions in for our annual Ask Katelyn Anything! Submit your questions here: https://airtable.com/shrmFVEcOMfXKc7Tx. . .This week's episode is brought to you byLiberty Overalls Prairie Garden Collective Trailblazher Holiday Gift Guide . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag...
Our Soil has a Story: Decisive Farming by TELUS Ag
Oct 18 2022
Our Soil has a Story: Decisive Farming by TELUS Ag
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Andrea Bilodeau. Decisive Farming by the TELUS Agriculture team helps address data management challenges, and optimize production practices for improved efficiency and profitability while leveraging the latest digital technologies to empower and connect farmers. Decisive Farming's solutions include farm management software, soil health applications, including soil sampling and variable rate technology, crop marketing tools and connected devices that leverage TELUS's latest technology capabilities. In this episode, I got to interview Andrea Bilodeau, a Senior Agrologist with TELUS Agriculture.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/decisive-farming-by-telus-ag. . .This week's episode is brought to you byTELUS Ag - Decisive Farming . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon | Merch | PayPal | Become a Show SponsorShop our Show SponsorsLeave a Review on Apple Podcasts | Take the Listener SurveyScreenshot this episode and share it on your socials!Tag @TheRuralWomanPodcast + #TheRuralWomanPodcast. . .Meet the TeamAudio Editor | MixBär.Admin Team | Kim & Co OnlinePatreon Executive ProducersSarah R. | Happiness by The AcreKarri MV. |