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Born out of a personal quest to understand and navigate the complicated system of behavioral health, podcast host and ND's Policy Ambassador for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Sarah Dixon-Hackey, offers listeners an opportunity to hear firsthand stories of providers and advocates working in the trenches of the mental health crisis. Guests are given a platform to share the ways they are making an impact, community resources for navigating behavioral health, and a better under ...
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After 20 years of my own award winning radio talk show, I decided to bring my talk show to a podcast. My guests and I talk about agriculture and "rural living" topics in a fun and informal format. It can be quite "moooving" at times. Yes, sometimes we have serious discussions, but many times we laugh as much as we talk! The official drink of our show is a cold glass of whole milk with a spritz of maple syrup!! We like our cheddar so sharp it will curl your toenails!
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Hi, I'm Lisa Delmedico Harris Author/Speaker/ and Etiquette Instructor, but I'm not your ordinary etiquette instructor. My teachings combine social and life skills with scripture. I call it a Godly Approach to Beauty, Poise, and Righteousness. On this podcast, let's talk about how your life matters and how you have been created to make a difference. It's time to straighten your crown, square your shoulders, and walk with dignity and grace. Rural America Girl-Celebrating Faith, Family, Freedo ...
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From Jacket Radio's Podcast Network, this podcast goes on a journey into the ideas and experiences of a rural American Teenager. Each week we examine what it's like to be a teenager in today's world. With our hosts for Season 4, Pixie Day and Arianna Carrillo we look at a cross section of the American youth from a small rural town.
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In this episode I’m joined by Clinical Psychiatrist, Dr. Morris Hund, and Sarah Kemp-Tabbut, Licensed Social Worker and Community Engagement & Partnerships Coordinator for the Fargo Veterans Association. Dr. Hund, Sarah and I discuss the issue of suicide prevention for our military veterans. Together we explore a number of critical factors that can…
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In this epsiode I am joined by Jeremy Brown, Outreach Director for FirstLink. Based out of Fargo, ND FirstLink is a free, confidential service that offers listening and support, referrals to resources, and crisis intervention 24 hours a day. Jeremy and I will be talking about 988, the National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline that was signed into law in 2…
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In this episode, I visit with Statewide Clinician Leads and experts in the field of mental health and substance use, Tarah Cavett and Laura Gitter. Tarah and Laura provide consulting and leadership in North Dakota's ongoing work to improve and expand the existing system. In our hour together, Laura and Tarah offer a closer look at the current struc…
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Podcast host, Jay Matteson, is joined by Joe Russo, Economic Developer for National Grid, and Seth Browe, Senior Representative for National Grids Energy Efficiency Program to discuss important grants and financial assistance programs for agriculture. There are many important programs offered by National Grid to assist farms and agribusinesses. Set…
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Commissioner Richard Ball of the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets joins Ron and Jay to discuss growing local food supplies across NYS through the Resilient Food Systems Infrastructure Program (RSFI). RSFI is a new grant program available to farmers and others to provide critical funding to support New York State's food supply chain. Grants…
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Host Jay Matteson interviews Dawn Cole, President and Chief Executive Officer of United Way of Northern New York about food insecurity in our rural communities and the role United Way plays in assisting people in need. Dawn discusses their food drive coming up on June 5 in Watertown from 8am to 2pm. Jay learns about a great program involving United…
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Dr. Robert Lynch, DVM, the Dairy Herd Health and Management Specialist for PRO_DAIRY Animal Science at Cornell University, joins hosts Ron and Jay for an in depth discussion about Avian Influenza and how it is impacting the Dairy Industry. How signifcantly does it impact dairy cows? Does it pose a threat with our dairy product supply? We get answer…
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This podcast goes on a journey into the ideas and experiences of a rural American Teenager. Each week we examine what it's like to be a teenager in today's world. With our hosts Pixie Day and Arianna Carrillo we look at a cross section of the American youth from a small rural town one guest at a time. This week we are introduced to our guest Sarah …
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Jay interviews cohost, Ron Robbins while he's on the road returning from Florida. The two have a have broad discussion ranging from the results of the presentation by Dr. Dvid Kohl; the upcoming eclipse on April 8; and agricultural impacts of the bridge collapse in the Port of Baltimore. We finish ut the show with a discussion on Avian Flu and the …
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Dr. David Kohl, Professor Emeritus of Agricultural Finance and Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship at Virginia Tech joins Jay and Ron for a great conversation about sports and business. It's amazing when you think about the 4th quarter, last period, last inning of the game and how you try to overcome a deficit to win the game, and how th…
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in this episode, Jay Matteson interviews Linda Garrett, the New York Regional Director of American Farmland Trust. American Farmland Trust (AFT) is doing a lot of work across New York State to help preserve precious farmland. AFT is working with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and County Soil and Water Conservation Districts to prov…
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Jay interviews Joel Lalone, Director of the Center for Community Studies at Jefferson Community College about the results of the 2023 Survey of the Community on Quality of Life. Joel discusses the work done by the Center, based at Jefferson Community College, to survey the communty in Jefferson, Lewis and St. lawrence Counties on how public opinion…
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Podcast host Jay Matteson is joined by Mike Nuchols, Ag Team leader and Commercial Horticulture Educator of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County to discuss the results of the 2022 USDA Census of Agriculture. The census is completed every five years in the United States and takes a snapshot of agriculture that is valuable in understandi…
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Hosts Ron Robbins and Jay Matteson take the listeners on a wild ride from how local crop harvest went to global food politics. How is the weather impacting food production in South Africa and Brazil. Will El Nino produce mega nor'easters this winter? We also discuss a previous podcast guest, Country Music singer Stephanie Nash, and how Stephanie ha…
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Show host Jay Matteson spends time talking with Carly Basinger and Avery Maclean, The River Farmers, who own two farms in the Thousand Islands region of northern New York State. Carly has a vegetable farm serving "CSAs" Community Supported Agriculture shares for her local community, a farm stand and serves local restaurants. Avery owns a small farm…
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Hosts Ron Robbins and Jay Matteson discuss what potentially happens to agriculture and our food supply if the Federal Government shutdowns. They also discuss a fantastic grant program available to increase food production in Jefferson County NY and also talk about safety on the highways during fall harvest time.…
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Podcast hosts Ron Robbins and Jay Matteson are joined by Congresswoman Claudia Tenney for her second interview on the podcast. But before Ron and Jay get into a great conversation with Claudia, Jay shares breaking news with listeners about Round II of the Jefferson County Food Resiliency Grant Program accepting applications from farms and food busi…
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The Team Leader for the Seasonal Hurricane Prediction Center and Director of the Climate Test Bed at NOAA's Climate Prediction Center, Matt Rosencrans, joins Jay and Ron for an in depth discussion about what the hot water temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico mean for the eastern seaboard of the United States this winter. Will El Nino combine with thi…
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Dr. Scott Steiger, Director of the Lake Effect Storm Prediction and Research Center at SUNY Oswego, joins Ron Robbins and Jay Matteson to share the results of his research project from the winter of '22/'23 on whether Wind Turbines increase the frequency of lightning in Lake Effect Snow Storms. Dr. Steiger joined Ron and Jay for a podcast on Sept 2…
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Ron Robbins and Jay Matteson chew on a lot of topics in this podcast. Ron attended the annual DFA - Syracuse Mets Game. Jay talks about drones harvest apples. Jay and Ron discuss carbon credits and how they work. Then everything circles around to food supply and climate change. It's a busy conversation!…
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Jay and Ron are joined by Shawn Hackett, President of Hackett Financial Advisors and Author of the Hackett Agriculture Report. The trio discuss what they see as an optimistic outlook in the short term for the U.S. Dairy Industry. They also explore the global food industry and geopolitical events impacting food supply around the World.…
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Jay and Ron focus on the use of precision agriculture technology and its environmental and economic benefits. Jay references a recent study from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, titled "The Environmental Benefits of Precision Ag Technology" and Ron compares the results of the study to real world results he's experienced using precision a…
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Finally, after a couple weeks off, we are back podcasting! Join Ron Robbins and Jay Matteson while they catch up on things in the ag industry. Can they grow field corn for dairy cows in south central florida? We've followed Ron as he has assisted Florida Dairy farmers with their efforts to grow field corn. In today's episode, Ron shares the results…
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Retired Master Sergeant Curtis Mosely joins Jay Matteson for a conversation about scuba diving in the Thousand Islands region of NYS. First we learn a little about the career of the retired Master Sergeant who came to reluctantly came to northern New York because of being stationed at the U.S. Army base at Fort Drum. Like many soldiers stationed at…
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Ron and jay sit down with Belleville Henderson High School FFA Chapter President Morgan Hodge, a junior at Belleville Henderson, and share stories about FFA and Morgan's experiences. Listening to this episode will leave you impressed with what FFA offers every student, not just those from an agricultural background. You'll also be impressed with th…
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In this special episode, we get answers as to why the Earth is shaking so much beneath our feet in northern New York State! We don't get Earthquakes, or at least that is what we thought. But in the last two weeks we've had two Earth quakes and nine after shocks, all centered in the Adams Center area of Jefferson County, NY. Is this the War of World…
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Ron and Jay sit down with NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets Commissioner Richard Ball and dig deep into important topics like climate change, water quality and environmental stewardship and how agriculture is doing as a steward of the environment. Our discussion hits on the importance of fossil fuels to the food processing industry in NY. W…
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Jay and Ron sit down with Congresswoman Claudia Tenney (NY24th) with a an extensive chat about agricultural issues. Congresswoman Tenney has been touring her extensive District that has a rich variety of farms and agricultural businesses, meeting with people to learn about what issues and needs exist for food production. The conversation covers the…
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A lot if happening in agriculture this time of year from educational conferences to getting fields ready for planting. Jay and Ron share stories about just a few of the things that happened over the past week and what you might see happening on farm fields near you.De către Jay M. Matteson
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Sutton Rucks, a partner in Milking R Dairy near Okeechobee Florida, joins Ron and jay on this episode of the podcast to talk about dairy farming in a place where most people think about oranges and beaches. Milking R Dairy is certified through the national Dairy FARM program. Milking R Dairy is very active in value added production, including an ic…
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Ron and Jay digest the sights sounds and tastes of Jay's participation in the 2023 "Policy Execution" Days organized by New York Farm Bureau in Albany NY. New York Farm Bureau, the grassroots voice of farmers across New York State, organizes PX days to bring the agricultural community to meet New York State's elected officials. No protests, no shou…
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Ag Committee Chairman Glenn GT Thompson, Congressman from the 15th Congressional District in Pennsylvania, joined us as a guest on our podcast to talk about the 2023 Farm Bill. During our conversation we started talking about the Congressman's scouting career and how important that was to him. We felt it was very remarkable and with his permission …
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Congressman Glenn "G.T." Thompson (Pa.14th), Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Agriculture, visits with show hosts Jay Matteson, Ron Robbins and Alan Walts to discuss the work that is about to start on the 2023 U.S. Farm Bill. Chairman Thompson talks about the challenges facing agriculture and where the Farm Bill might help…
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Jay and Ron discuss what preparations dairy farms make for the oncoming frigid weather (-20 degrees) and Jay share information about his travel to the International dairy Foods Association Forum in Orlando Florida and the networking he did while attending. Jay talks about the importance of networking in economic development.…
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Dairy Farmer, Country Music Singer/Songwriter, and Agricultural Advocate Stephanie Nash joins Jay and Ron to talk about the work she is doing to share agriculture's story. Her message is amplified through her powerful, beautiful voice and her experiences growing up as a dairy farmer. At the end of the podcast, enjoy Stephanie's song - "Raised on". …
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How many loads of milk were dumped during the blizzard of '22. Jay, Ron and Al share notes about the impacts of the blizzard of 2022 across NYS and locally. Then they do a wrap up of agriculture in 2022 and a little outlook for 2023. A lot is wrapped into this episode so you might as well grab a cold glass of milk, some beef stick and sit back and …
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Scott Zehr, a Business Development Manager with Agragrian Solutions, owner of Maplewood Sweets and a participant in the Young Dairy Leaders Institute sits down with Jay for a wide ranging discussion on agriculture, technology and leadership development. In the irst part of the conversation we discuss Scott's work with Agararian Solutions, focusing …
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The Netherlands Government have a proposal out to reduce their livestock herd by 30% by the year 2030. They are proposing to do this to comply with European Union Environmental standards and reduce nitrous oxide emissions into the atmosphere. Agribusinesses around the globe are protesting this heavy handed approach being implemented by the Dutch go…
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Former radio personality Alan Walts is back in the studio with Jay Matteson and Ron Robbins for the show today. The trio discuss New York Farm Bureau's 2022 Annual Conference. Jay talks about his question on whether New York State has a plan on how to help our food processing plants in the State comply with the Climate Action Plan requirements of n…
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During this episode we are joined by Les Berghorn, General Manager of Afgritech and a 48 year veteran in agriculture and the animal feed industry. Ron, Jay and Les discuss the potential impact a railroad strike will have on agriculture and the food industry. Its a lot more serious than presents under a Christmas tree.....…
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Dr. Richard Stup, Director of Cornell University's Agricultural Workforce Development Program and Jay Canzonier, Extension Support Specialist, join Jay Matteson to discuss supporting workforce development across New York State's agricultural industry. This in depth discussion explores many of the issues impacting agriculture. This relatively new pr…
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Ron and Jay discuss an upcoming Dairy Feeder School and the importance of dairy feeder staff in the operation of a dairy farm. Afterwards they tackle into Federal Milk Marketing Order Reform, dairy pricing and several other important topics in the world of dairy farming.De către Jay M. Matteson
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