Keeping agile sometimes just means knowing who to ask for advice to take you to the next level or tackle a challenge you are facing. In this episode of the Keep Agile Keep Farming podcast we pick the futuristic brain of Robert Saik, Founder and CEO of AGvisorPRO. A connectivity solution designed to help agriculture get to a higher level of confidence and sustainability. Rob has been hailed an agricultural visionary on hot topics in global food production and we wanted to know which technologies will be driving the capacity of agriculture to adapt to the needs of our world in a crisis and to a rapidly growing world populations in a sustainable way.
In this episode of the Keep Agile Keep Farming podcast, Dr. Sam Hoste, founder of Quantech Solutions shares his experience in what matters to livestock farmers in adopting new technologies. Sam has a wealth of international experience in animal breeding, data analysis and large-scale innovation projects across the agricultural supply chain, which he is currently applying to help companies in the precision livestock sector.
The editor of the Farm Diversity Magazine shares some new farm diversification trends. Victoria Galligan has seen a lot when it comes to farm diversification and came across some quite unique projects. Her insights can serve as inspiration to anybody aspiring to diversity their farm to add another stream of farm-based income and increase the economic resilience of their farm.
The annual Google search report for 2020 revealed that people asked "why?" questions more than ever before, as they searched Google for answers to all types of questions. So we thought which "why?" question should we ask for agriculture to move into the New Year.
In this episode of the Keep agile Keep Farming podcast we chat to Celia Gaze, founder of the Wellbeing Farm, author and multiple award winner. Celia has much to share from her experience and wants others to benefit from it and prepare them for some of the potential obstacles they may encounter on their farm diversification journey.
Most women in agriculture do not inherit farms. This means that for most female farmers out there farming is a choice they make and they bring a lot to the table. Even though the industry can obviously greatly benefit from this, in many cases the contribution of women to agriculture has gone largely unrecognized right up until quite recently.