Pigs in the Winter At Souder Station Farm

SSF Podcast 007 Newsletter Sign Up Directions and Thoughts on 2019 Pig Production

SSF Podcast 007 Newsletter Sign Up Directions and Thoughts on 2019 Pig Production We recently had some issue with the farm newsletter. This is just a real quick overview of instructions on how to go and get signed back up if you missed it elsewhere. If this is your first time and you’d like to …

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Farmer questions from kids

SSF Podcast Episode 006 Pre-Kindergarten Q&A Responses for Families

SSF Podcast Episode 006 Pre-Kindergarten Q&A Responses for Families On todays show we are answering questions form local Pre-K kids about what it’s like being a farmer. They share with me what they know, and then have a bunch of questions. This episode is really geared for the parents who want to listen to what …

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Souder Station Farm Podcast 005 Pigs, mud, misconceptions

SSF Podcast Episode 003: Pigs, Mud, Bedding, Pastures, and Common Misconceptions

SSF Podcast Episode 003: Pigs, Mud, Bedding, Pastures, and Common Misconceptions In this episode we’re looking at why and when pigs need mud. Spoiler: it’s way less than you think. Long term antiquated notions of pigs wallow in muck all the live long day are toxic to promoting Happy, Healthy, and Strong animals. Especially when …

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SSF Episode 002: Talking Turkeys, thanksgiving, and plans for the future with Head Farm Technician TJ Clark

SSF Episode 002: Talking Turkeys, thanksgiving, and plans for the future with Head Farm Technician TJ Clark   This week on the Souder Station Farm Podcast we are talking with TJ Clark, the farms head field technician as we talk shop. This is a purely unscripted talk out in the barn as we ponder thanksgiving, …

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