Podcast recommendations


Livestock Farmer
North Yorkshire
I listen to podcasts while at work, because fixing HGV's is boring when you could be at home farming. I've listened to "the pasture pod" a lot, every episode at least 10 times, but struggling to find others out there. Do you guys have any others?

I seem to remember a thread on this somewhere, but can I find it??


Livestock Farmer
Rock and Roll Farming with Will Evans

Out to Lunch with Jay Raynor


Oxford Farming Conference (by Rock and Roll Farming)

Desert Island Discs

BBC Radio Lincolnshire Farming Programme

The Pasture Pod

Meet The Farmer

Regenerative Agriculture

Political Thinking with Nick Robinson

Farmer Fin

Arable Farmer
Flintoff savage and the ping pong guy.

That peter crouch poscast.

I’m not a big sports person but these are both funny.

No such thing as fish. It’s from the people behind QI. It’s ok in short bits but I find I often zone out.


Mixed Farmer
Working cows podcast is an amazing resource.
I also listen to The Country which is an NZ radio show which is very interesting
The Pasture Pod is very good.
Rock and Roll farming is ok but comes after the others
Also worth listening to Acres USA Tractor Time has good ones.
Beef and Lamb NZ has some interesting ones as well.
The radio barely gets a look in now


Livestock Farmer
North Yorkshire
It's mainly agricultural I'm looking for, but without being too "American"
The pasture pod is perfect, facts, funny and helpful bits to make your farm more productive. There's just not enough if them.

Few non farming recommendations;

Those conspiracy guys - great conspiracy stuff

Casefile - true crimes read by an Aussie

The infinite monkey cage - science
based stuff

The tasteless gentlemen - fairly debauched stuff, but funny

Dan Carlin's hardcore history - great history stuff

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