We bring you our first live show, recorded at Farmfest in Morgan, Minnesota and bring back some pals you heard from in earlier episodes, including our dads.
Nathan Johnson and Brian Hora reflect on how their challenges with farming have been different from their sons’ and how the new generation is leading the charge of experimenting with sustainable practices.
Field Work friend Jodi DeJong-Hughes, a University of Minnesota soil scientist, also returns to the show, (with her usual wit, she says she’s just glad she didn’t get killed off after episode 1).
She and cover crop expert Cody Nelson of Soil RX deftly answer tough audience questions about how and why to adopt sustainable practices.
Finally, Zach reveals that he and Mitchell have, in fact, achieved their goal of procuring a helicopter. Be sure to listen all the way through to find out what happens to it.
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