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The Farmer and The City Girl - Real life conversations about agriculture and how it affects the consumer's food. From farming

By Carrie Zylka & Rob Sharkey

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Weekly conversations between Rob Sharkey and Carrie Zylka about food, agriculture and farming and how it affects the consumer. Topics include public perception, legislature, consumer buying habits, marketing strategies and an explanation of farming techniques.

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There's a massive breakdown between producers and consumers, this podcast does a good job trying to bridge that.

Carrie might not always be ignorant enough to play the city girl part, and often has too much common sense to voice the growing "anti-Ag" crowd, but overall it's still a great conversation that lets the listener who doesn't have an Ag background get sone insight, and the farmer who listens hear from an urban consumer.

Entertaining and Informative

Sharkey is meh (3 stars), but Zylka is at least 7 stars so it averages out.

But seriously, there is some real and honest discussion about agriculture here that you won't find many other places.

Love the dialogue on opposite perspectives!

I feel like this podcast was made for me. I am a city girl working in the ag industry and the podcast sounds like my best friends speaking to all my co-workers. I love the open dialogue and wish everyone would take a chance to listen to other people's perspectives in life.

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