Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

The Thriving Farmer Podcast

Apr 28, 2020

What course of action can a farm take if they’re being strong-armed by a local privatized bureaucracy? 

Mark Baker of Baker’s Green Acres in Marion, Michigan joins us today to share his story. Baker’s Green Acres provides high quality meat products raised in the most natural way possible. Pasture feeding is a main...

Apr 21, 2020

How would you go about running and maintaining a USDA certified vegetable farm using tunnels to grow your crops?

Jason Hirtz of Box Turtle Farm in Mount Vernon, Missouri joins us today to discuss what he does and why he does it the way he does it! Box Turtle Farm passionately believes that consumers deserve the choice...

Apr 14, 2020

How do you carve out a solid market for pasture raised chicken in a crowded marketplace?

Jeremiah Vernon of Vernon Family Farm in Newfields, New Hampshire joins us today to share how he is proving the value of good old fashioned unmodified food to his community. Vernon Family Farm has gone from moving 1200 chickens...

Apr 9, 2020

Who can you turn to when you need assistance in the business side of farming? 

Our guest today, Mark Cannella, of Vermont, is here to share exactly how he fills that role and helps farmers through precarious financial times and situations.

Mark has been working in the field of agriculture for over ten years. He has...

Apr 7, 2020

What goes into owning and operating a farm that grows over 250 varieties of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers year-round? 

Veteran four-season farmer Andre Cantelmo of South Hampton, New Hampshire joins us today to deliver an in-depth answer to that question plus much more! Heron Pond Farm began the year-round...