Got a long arvo on the tractor coming up? Wrap your listening gear around these top podcast picks. The top 10 farming and agricultural podcasts voted on by Mobble's farmers.
With a PhD in genetics and a lifetime of working in the industry, Mark Ferguson really knows his stuff. Mark, the Co-Founder of neXtgen Agri, lends his expert voice and expertise to this well-loved podcast all about livestock, genetics, innovation and technology. With a big focus on good people doing good things across sheep farming in Aus and NZ, Mark’s chats are always winners in our books.
(PS. Mobble Founder, Jock, had a good chat with Mark about the who, what, how and why of everything we do at Mobble earlier this year. Check it out.)
Scoring 10/10 on the relatability scale, Humans of Agriculture has something for everybody. One story at a time, this podcast showcases the true faces, real stories and authentic experiences of those behind our food system, from the people involved in it (or from the ground up if you will!). Tune in to discover more about our food system and hear from people in the industry working hard to make a difference.
If you and your farm are looking to become more efficient, productive and sustainable in the future, this farmer-led podcast is for you. With his finger bang on the pulse of the Agricultural landscape, NSW farmer Jack Cresswell, sits down with interesting and passionate people across the farming landscape to share their insights, opportunities and tell stories.
Finding the sweet spot between agriculture, economics and banter, this podcasting duo conduct a bi-wekly deep dive into the complex world of the agricultural market. Hosts Andrew Whitelaw and Matt Dalgleish alongside guests answer questions like, ‘Should consumers be paying more for food? And what’s in store for fertilizer pricing?’ Tune in for comprehensive market updates and discussions that don’t take themselves too seriously.
Beyond the Farm Gate shines a light on great Australian stories in agriculture. You’ll hear from farmers who’ve survived challenges like fire, flood, and drought; farmers who run innovative and unique agribusinesses; and farmers who are balancing work and family in rural Australia. Keen to be inspired and pick up some insights along the way? Take a listen.
(PS. Jock also jumped on Beyond the Farmgate to share his farming story a little while ago. Tune in here!)
Covering topics from succession planning to leadership and dealing with the money side of farming, this podcast keeps listeners up to speed with the tools to make a successful farming business. Dave Cornish, Director of the Centre of Study of Agriculture at Marcus Oldham asks the questions you want answers to with the movers and shakers of the Ag world. Have a listen to learn about the issues affecting the agribusiness sector.
Want to take some time just for ewe? Get stuck into this podcast about all things sheep. Host Megan Rogers keeps listeners up to date with the season’s latest ideas on topics like, Condition Scores, optimising pregnancy scanning, footrot, lambing, joining. Anything sheep-related under the sun? Chances are this podcast covers it. Tune in for chats with industry gurus and people doing great things on farm - putting theory into practice and kicking goals.
What does all the momentum for agtech - from accelerators to venture capital funds to technologies like drones and robots - actually mean for farmers and the agriculture industry? In AgTech So What, host Sarah Nolet talks with leading innovators working at the intersection of agriculture and technology. Going beyond the jargon and digging into the key question: what really is Agtech and why should you care?
Hosted by Tim Hammerich, Future of Agriculture zeros in on the future of agriculture and agribusiness. Featuring forward-thinking guests, Tim’s approach encourages insight into what is currently happening, and where agriculture is heading. If you’re curious about innovations in AgTech, rural entrepreneurship, agricultural sustainability and food security, then this show is worth a listen.
This show is all about increasing the profitability of your farm so you work smarter and not harder. Andrew Roberts from the Farm Owners Academy reveals the best farming business tips for more leverage in your farm business. A must listen for small business or family farms looking to be more efficient and get more bang for your buck.
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