09/23/11 Guests Chelsea Good, Blayne Arthur, Carrie Chestnut Messing, Brad Rippey, Andy Vestal and Tim Prather
We continue our conversation with Blayne Arthur in this second segment of Food and Farm. We also visit with Carrie Chestnut Mess about sending hay to drought-affected areas on America's Web Radio, presented by Feedstuffs FoodLink
Chelsea Good from the Kansas Department of Ag and her Oklahoma counterpart Blayne Arthur join me to talk about the drought on this first segment of today's Food and Farm on America's Web Radio, brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink
The complete program from September 16, 2011 All episodes of Food and Farm are available on iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-food-and-farm-show/id423326958
My buddy Jennifer Elwell blogs as Food, Mommy and joins us once a month on Food and Farm. Here's The September installment.
Gayla Marty wrote about her memories of her family farm when she penned Memory of Trees. Host Ray Bowman talk with Gayla about her book on this week's final segment of Food and Farm. Food and Farm can be heard in its entirety each Friday at noon EDT on America's Web Radio. Brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink.
OK, we'll forego the pork barrel jokes and just stick to the issues the nation's pork producers are discussing this week in Washington. Dave Warner from the National Pork Producers Council joins host Ray Bowman on Food and Farm. Brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink.
Let's Go Racin' Boys!!!!" It's NASCAR on Food and Farm. Host Ray Bowman visits with Patrick Driscoll about the #78 Farm American car from Furniture Row Racing. Brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink.
The Food Dialogues take place around the country next week. Bart Schott from U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance tells us about the discussions that will take place in this segment of Food and Farm with host Ray Bowman. Brought to you by Feedstuffs FoodLink.
Ray on mandolin and vocals with the rest of the BKSB - John B. Wilson, banjo; Stephen Porter, guitar and vocals; Ben Griffith, acoustic bass and vocals (just when you thought you had it figured out, in the photo Ray's playing fiddle, John's on bass and Ben's playing the accordion. Stephen's on guitar, but he usually played fiddle - got that?)