• 00:32

    Ashford Publishing Radio Presents Wesley Buchele

    in Social Networking

     
    Dr. Buchele earned his B.S. in Agricultural Engineering from Kansas State University, his M.S. in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Arkansas and his Ph.D. in Agricultural Engineering and Soil Physics from Iowa State College (later, University.) Dr. Buchele served his country in the U. S. Army Artillery and Infantry where he was stationed in the Pacific. After his service, Dr. Buchele acted as a junior engineer at the John Deere Waterloo Works. From there he returned to academia and became an Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas. He was a Graduate Assistant at Iowa State College where he went on to become an Assistant and then Full Professor at Iowa State College. There he originated many courses including those on Agricultural Safety, the first of their kind taught in the United States. He was also an Associate Professor at Michigan State University. Dr. Buchele retired from Iowa State University on June 30, 1989. In addition to his national educational experience, he also taught in the capacity of Visiting Professor at the University of Ghana.

  • 00:36

    Ashford Publishing Radio Presents Wesley Buchele

    in Science

     
    Dr. Buchele earned his B.S. in Agricultural Engineering from Kansas State University, his M.S. in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Arkansas and his Ph.D. in Agricultural Engineering and Soil Physics from Iowa State College (later, University.)
    Dr. Buchele served his country in the U. S. Army Artillery and Infantry where he was stationed in the Pacific. After his service, Dr. Buchele acted as a junior engineer at the John Deere Waterloo Works. From there he returned to academia and became an Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas. He was a Graduate Assistant at Iowa State College where he went on to become an Assistant and then Full Professor at Iowa State College. There he originated many courses including those on Agricultural Safety, the first of their kind taught in the United States. He was also an Associate Professor at Michigan State University.

  • 00:31

    Ashford Publishing Radio Presents Wesley Buchele

    in Science

     
    Dr. Buchele earned his B.S. in Agricultural Engineering from Kansas State University, his M.S. in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Arkansas and his Ph.D. in Agricultural Engineering and Soil Physics from Iowa State College (later, University.) Dr. Buchele served his country in the U. S. Army Artillery and Infantry where he was stationed in the Pacific. After his service, Dr. Buchele acted as a junior engineer at the John Deere Waterloo Works. From there he returned to academia and became an Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas. He was a Graduate Assistant at Iowa State College where he went on to become an Assistant and then Full Professor at Iowa State College. There he originated many courses including those on Agricultural Safety, the first of their kind taught in the United States. He was also an Associate Professor at Michigan State University. Dr. Buchele retired from Iowa State University on June 30, 1989. In addition to his national educational experience, he also taught in the capacity of Visiting Professor at the University of Ghana.

  • 00:32

    Ashford Publishing Radio Presents Larry Acker

    in Weather

    Larry Acker is a regular on Ashford Radio where he discusses weather, weather patterns and how they affect commodity and stock prices. On his most recent show, Mr. Acker discussed how weather is the foundation for change in our habitat and how it directly and indirectly affects every aspect of our lives. He went on to speak on the topic of the extreme droughts currently sweeping the mid-west as well as other major agricultural areas worldwide.

  • 00:32

    Ashford Publishing Radio Presents Margo Thunderbird

    in Environment

     
    Thunderbird is the Owner of Bounty Farms, which specifies in organic goods and products located in Little Falls, New York. Her organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution. Rather than using chemical weedkillers, she conducts more sophisticated crop rotations and spreads mulch or manure to keep weeds at bay. 
    Thunderbird is also a member of the Shinnecock Tribe. She is the granddaughter of the Shinnecocks’ late ceremonial sachem Henry Bess, who was known as Chief Thunderbird on the 800-acre Shinnecock Reservation

  • 00:31

    Ashford Publishing Radio Presents Dan Belcher

    in Science

     
    As Vice President of Belstar Inc., Mr. Belcher is responsible for overseeing the company's quality assurance operations, client relations, certifications, and business development. When not working, he is an active participant in the community through church and hospital affairs as well as safety programs relating to transportation. Mr. Belcher is a graduate of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College with a degree in electrical engineering. He has over 40 years of experience in cost control, management, scheduling, future planning and dispute resolution experience. Mr. Belcher has supervised design and technical construction support personnel in the U.S. Army, Frankfort Arsenal, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Corning Glassworks, Babcock & Wilcox, Blue Ridge Mountain Construction and Belstar, Inc. He served as the President of Belstar, Inc. from January 1985, until September 1995, after which his son Ozzie took on the role.

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