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HPJ Talk

May 31, 2019

The weather continues to be chaotic up and down the High Plains and Jennifer and Kylene chat about Twisters, storm chasers, and the headaches both cause to locals. Farmers continue to deal with flooding and mud and delayed planting. We have part 2 of our interview with Natasha Nicholes of the blog "Houseful of...


May 23, 2019

It's. Still. Raining.

To take their minds off the weather, Jenni and Kylene interview Natasha Nicholes of "Houseful of Nicholes" blogging fame about urban farming, blogging and conversations with farmers. In part 1 we learn about her project, "We Sow We Grow," an urban farming endeavor in her Chicago neighborhood. And...


May 16, 2019

Kylene had a quiet Mother's Day at home. Jenni spent her birthday checking out a Georgia O'Keefe exhibit at the Wichita Art Museum. A Nebraska farmer amputated his own leg that was caught in an auger, prompting the two to chat about farm safety this #Plant19. Plus, happy birthday USDA, congratulations Dr. Temple Grandin...


May 9, 2019

Jenni and Kylene are back in the studio together this week for the one-year anniversary episode of HPJ Talk! The two talk about the recent spate of stormy weather across the Southern Great Plains and what that means for the winter wheat crop that was just toured by the Wheat Quality Council. There's news out of the...


May 3, 2019

 

Kylene is in the studio, while Jennifer was out on the road traveling with the Wheat Quality Council Tour across Kansas. She compiled interviews with Doug Bounds of the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Justin Gilpin with Kansas Wheat, farmer Lon Frahm, Matthew Nims with USAID, David Green with WQC and...