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Pastured Poultry Talk

Mike Badger

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Pastured Poultry Talk

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Mike Badger

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Mike Badger dives into the the production, the processing, the marketing, and the business of farming pasture-raised poultry. Pastured Poultry Talk is THE podcast where raising chickens, turkeys, and poultry on grass meets real life opportunities, solutions, and farmers. The podcast helps you raise healthy, profitable birds for your family, your community, and your customers.

Latest Episodes

USDA Greenwashes Pastured Poultry

The Pastured Poultry Talk podcast is back in 2020 with an episode about label deceit, also known as greenwashing. I tie the USDA's updated label guidelines, the APPPA conference, and some recent greenwashing misidentifications from the pastured poultry community in the same discussion. It's increasingly clear (and not all that surprising) that not everyone has the same understanding about what pastured poultry is and why it's important. Marketing against misleading labeling claims requires clarity. In this

29 MIN1 d ago
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USDA Greenwashes Pastured Poultry

A Personal Invitation to Join Mike in Jacksonville

As a Pastured Poultry Talk listener, it's incredibly important to me that you know about the APPPA Conference in Jacksonville from January 19-21, 2020. This episode explains that the Professional Pastured Poultry Conference is and how it came to be. Find more information. Listen for a special offer.

18 MIN2019 DEC 14
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A Personal Invitation to Join Mike in Jacksonville

Looking forrward to Goose Day with Cotton Patch Geese

I'm a cotton patch goose breeder. Well, I have geese that are old enough to mate. We'll save the moniker of goose breeder until we have some deliberate success. The cotton patch goose is a historical landrace breed originally used to weed cotton fields and other crops across the South. However, the introduction of pesticides replaced the need for geese, and they've been hidden away on farms until the internet made them popular again. The common qualities of the breed include autosexing goslings and adults,

32 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Looking forrward to Goose Day with Cotton Patch Geese

Troubleshooting Turkey Processing: Is It Possible to Get a Clean Pluck? PPT096

Last fall, I had the pleasure of consulting with a producer on some questions about his farm’s turkey processing procedure. Since turkey processing season 2019 is fast approaching, I wanted to share some highlights of that conversation in this podcast.

24 MIN2019 OCT 11
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Troubleshooting Turkey Processing: Is It Possible to Get a Clean Pluck? PPT096

Evaluating A Started Turkey Business as a Buyer and Seller

Mike discusses the opportunity, the napkin math, and marketing of buying and selling started poults.

28 MIN2019 SEP 27
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Evaluating A Started Turkey Business as a Buyer and Seller

What podcasting teaches us about marketing pastured poultry

Explore the intersection of podcasting and the marketing of pastured poultry. Mike shares his thoughts and takeaways about leveraging relationships in both podcasting and pastured poultry.

9 MIN2019 AUG 28
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What podcasting teaches us about marketing pastured poultry

How to avoid being dangerous chicken breeder

Kenny Troiano discusses his approach to breeding and gives you actionable guidance to help you get started with your breeding project.

62 MIN2019 AUG 27
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How to avoid being dangerous chicken breeder

Understanding the difference in as-fed and dry matter nutrition in poultry feeds

Confused about the difference between feed values expressed in as-fed or dry matter percentages? Listen to this concise explanation and learn why it's important to know why this important.

6 MIN2019 AUG 16
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Understanding the difference in as-fed and dry matter nutrition in poultry feeds

Farming mealworms for chicken feed with Cheryl Powers

Cheryl Powers of Jord Producers discusses commercial mealworm farming for use as chicken feed.

39 MIN2019 AUG 15
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Farming mealworms for chicken feed with Cheryl Powers

Is it time for pastured poultry to slaughter some sacred cows?

Polyface made waves by announcing they will ship product after a self-imposed lifetime ban on shipping product. The internet was raucous. In this commentary, I bridge the gap between Polyface's reversal and Garoleen Wilson's growth at Jhawk Farm. Let's overcome our obstacles, or limiting beliefs for you Cliff listeners.

9 MIN2019 JUL 17
Comments
Is it time for pastured poultry to slaughter some sacred cows?

Latest Episodes

USDA Greenwashes Pastured Poultry

The Pastured Poultry Talk podcast is back in 2020 with an episode about label deceit, also known as greenwashing. I tie the USDA's updated label guidelines, the APPPA conference, and some recent greenwashing misidentifications from the pastured poultry community in the same discussion. It's increasingly clear (and not all that surprising) that not everyone has the same understanding about what pastured poultry is and why it's important. Marketing against misleading labeling claims requires clarity. In this

29 MIN1 d ago
Comments
USDA Greenwashes Pastured Poultry

A Personal Invitation to Join Mike in Jacksonville

As a Pastured Poultry Talk listener, it's incredibly important to me that you know about the APPPA Conference in Jacksonville from January 19-21, 2020. This episode explains that the Professional Pastured Poultry Conference is and how it came to be. Find more information. Listen for a special offer.

18 MIN2019 DEC 14
Comments
A Personal Invitation to Join Mike in Jacksonville

Looking forrward to Goose Day with Cotton Patch Geese

I'm a cotton patch goose breeder. Well, I have geese that are old enough to mate. We'll save the moniker of goose breeder until we have some deliberate success. The cotton patch goose is a historical landrace breed originally used to weed cotton fields and other crops across the South. However, the introduction of pesticides replaced the need for geese, and they've been hidden away on farms until the internet made them popular again. The common qualities of the breed include autosexing goslings and adults,

32 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Looking forrward to Goose Day with Cotton Patch Geese

Troubleshooting Turkey Processing: Is It Possible to Get a Clean Pluck? PPT096

Last fall, I had the pleasure of consulting with a producer on some questions about his farm’s turkey processing procedure. Since turkey processing season 2019 is fast approaching, I wanted to share some highlights of that conversation in this podcast.

24 MIN2019 OCT 11
Comments
Troubleshooting Turkey Processing: Is It Possible to Get a Clean Pluck? PPT096

Evaluating A Started Turkey Business as a Buyer and Seller

Mike discusses the opportunity, the napkin math, and marketing of buying and selling started poults.

28 MIN2019 SEP 27
Comments
Evaluating A Started Turkey Business as a Buyer and Seller

What podcasting teaches us about marketing pastured poultry

Explore the intersection of podcasting and the marketing of pastured poultry. Mike shares his thoughts and takeaways about leveraging relationships in both podcasting and pastured poultry.

9 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
What podcasting teaches us about marketing pastured poultry

How to avoid being dangerous chicken breeder

Kenny Troiano discusses his approach to breeding and gives you actionable guidance to help you get started with your breeding project.

62 MIN2019 AUG 27
Comments
How to avoid being dangerous chicken breeder

Understanding the difference in as-fed and dry matter nutrition in poultry feeds

Confused about the difference between feed values expressed in as-fed or dry matter percentages? Listen to this concise explanation and learn why it's important to know why this important.

6 MIN2019 AUG 16
Comments
Understanding the difference in as-fed and dry matter nutrition in poultry feeds

Farming mealworms for chicken feed with Cheryl Powers

Cheryl Powers of Jord Producers discusses commercial mealworm farming for use as chicken feed.

39 MIN2019 AUG 15
Comments
Farming mealworms for chicken feed with Cheryl Powers

Is it time for pastured poultry to slaughter some sacred cows?

Polyface made waves by announcing they will ship product after a self-imposed lifetime ban on shipping product. The internet was raucous. In this commentary, I bridge the gap between Polyface's reversal and Garoleen Wilson's growth at Jhawk Farm. Let's overcome our obstacles, or limiting beliefs for you Cliff listeners.

9 MIN2019 JUL 17
Comments
Is it time for pastured poultry to slaughter some sacred cows?
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