I’ve always had a high respect for agriculture. Growing up amongst corn fields and in a small town farming was everywhere.
Even today I continue to have a passion for farmers and the extremely hard work that they do. I mean it is the starting point where all of our food stems from. Something so essential and yet so disconnected from how it actually began. The story of food.
I’m honored to bring you this show which is really the collision of two worlds. From the story of agriculture and your story of health this podcast is sure to open your eyes to the impact that we each have on the farmer and our food. It’s the aspect of nutrition we rarely see as we shop the aisles of our grocery store, unaware of where, when and how far our food has come from.
Yet everything has a story from food developed in a factor to whole foods grown straight from the earth by a farmer and his family amongst the rolling corn fields of Iowa. A farmer on a mission to regain what agriculture once was. Agriculture that is more about quality rather than quantity.
Here’s what you’ll learn in episode #027 of Simple Roots Radio:
- The evolution of farming and when major changes happened.
- How Nick got in to farming.
- How cancer changed his direction in life.
- The nutritional differences between grass-fed and grain-fed meat.
- Will the price of grass-fed meat ever come down?
- Where the accountability in the farming community comes from.
- Nick’s favorite cut of beef.
- How to get the perfect cook on your steak.
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