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This program will highlight my Subject Tracer Agriculture Resources that is available from the Subject Traver Gateway at he Virtual Private Library. These agriculture resources highlight the importance of the Internet as an information dissementation tool allowing farmers from throughout the entire world to us eand enjoy these excellent agriculture tools, databases and sites. We will also be reviewing the latest happenings from my blog during the last week. We will be also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V11N11 November 2013 featuring ShoppingBots and Online Shopping 2014 and my freely available November Zillman Columns titled Employment Resources on the Internet.
Dr. Ridgely Mu'min of Muhammad Farms (www.noimoa.com) is the keynote speaker at Mosque #92, and its officers, have extended an invitation for you to be part of their first annual Muhammad Farms/Agricultural Conference on March 22, 2014 8:00am until 6:00, In Greensboro, N.C.
On the same day at 8:00pm Dr. Ridgely will share his experience of that day on his popular blogtalkradio with our listening audience, and perhaps a few participants from among the scientist, Construction Engineer, PhDs. FOI and MGT Captains, Author and more that participate in the various workshops during the conference.
We at blogtalkradio.com/noimoa want to remind you how much we appreciate your interests in the agriculture programs we offer. Our listening audiences, volunteers, supporters, and contributors all participate to make the National Ministry of Agricultures' Show great!
We offer four programs monthly on Saturday's. We begin at 8:00pm and you dial-in at 347-945-5454 or you may enter the chatroom at www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa. We look forward to your presence, your questions and comments, BTR/NOI/MOA Program Engineer (757-727-9489 return calls/messages)
This program will feature my Subject Tracer Information blog titled Agriculture Resources and available through the Subject Tracer Gateway located at the Virtual Private Library. These agriculture resources found on the Internet will aid all who are interested in this field and give the proper path(s) to discover new knowledge! We will also be reviewing the latest happenings from my blog during the last week. We will be also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V10N6 June 2012 featuring Entrepreneurial and Intrapreneurial Resources and Sites on the Internet as well as my freely available June 2012 Zillman Column highlighting Finding People Resources and Sites on the Internet.
This nshow will highlight my Subject Tracer™ Agriculture Resources available directly from the Internet. WEith such a very high interest in agriculture products and services this show will bring it all together. We will be reviewing the latest happenings and sites on the Internet by visiting my blog at zillman.us. We will also be discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V9N1 for January 2011 featuring Semantic Resources and Tools as well as my freely available January 2011 Zillman Column covering Peer to Peer (P2P) Resources.
John Kempf, Founder and CEO of Advancing Eco Agriculture, interviews Kent Friedrichsen of Perry, Iowa. Kent is a long-time farmer of various crops including corn, soybean, aronia berries, hazlenut, alfalfa, etc.
Kent discusses the current state and challenges of agriculture and how moving away from pesticides has been a benefit. He explains that while other farmers are battling Japanese Beetles, his crops are going unaffected due to the increase in his overall crop health and plant nutrition.
Listen now to learn more about Kent's methods and experiences.
This week on Franchise Friday Brendan Major is joined by Susan Strong, an Area Developer in Northern California for The Entrepreneur's Source and Advicoach self-employment and business coaching franchise organizations. Susan has a strong background in corporate human resources, and brings many qualities and skills that she has learned over the years into her current endeavors. Susan will discuss some of those skills, and why they have been helpful in making her Entrepreneur's Source and AdviCoach franchises so successful. She'll also talk about the difference between consulting and coaching, and why it's important to know the difference between the two.
About Our Guest
Susan is an Area Developer in Northern California for The Entrepreneur's Source and Advicoach self-employment and business coaching franchise organizations. Prior to becoming a franchisee almost 5 years ago, Susan worked for 20+ years with Fortune 500, Growth and Start-Up companies as a Senior Human Resources professional, coaching executives in all things that had to do with the development and success of their people.
Susan has also coached thousands of employees to set career goals and identify long term career plans. Some of the best known companies Susan has worked for include Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo Bank, Pacific Gas & Electric, Genentech, Adaptec and Logitech. Susan has a BA from the University of California, Berkeley.
Join Host Majiedah Muhammad, of the Farming and Gardening Program, and her Guest Brother Jovone! Brother Javone is a young brother who is engaged in gardening and farming from a very early age. The date for this programs is July 5, 2014 at 8:00pm, eastern time.
The Ministry of Agriculture's Blog Talk Radio (BTR) Show has extended an invitation to our weekly Shows-its where we offer four programs invested in "the farm as the engine for our National Life and the Economic Blueprint," a show that will inform, teach, and answer your questions and help you creat a culture of life for you and your family!
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The Ministry of Agriculture's (M.O.A.)Show host, Dr. Ridgely of Muhammad Farms is requesting your presence at our next program called "The Farm" Welcome! come join us in the studio Saturday June 28, 2014, call in at 347-945-5454, or enter the chat room www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa.
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This show will highlight my freely available Subject Tracer™ Information Blog titled Agriculture Resources and available directly from http://www.AgricultureResources.info/ .
We will be reviewing the latest happenings and sites on the Internet by visiting my blog at zillman.us. We will also be discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V8N2 for February 2010 featuring Knowledge Discovery Resources 2010 as well as my freely available February 2010 Zillman Column featuring Agriculture Resources 2010.
Bronwood, Georgia" Bro. Carlton and guests Majeedah Muhammad and Melva X discuss their plans and why they moved to Bronwood, GA which is the home of the NOI Farm.
We are very excited about the details of our coffee table discussion on the evening of April 12, 2014, at 8:00pm eastern standard time. Bring all your family and friends to listen and take a few notes perhaps events and more about the future of our farm.
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Host Sherman Muhammad of the News, Research & Communication program will interview Brother Cornelius Williams on July 19, 2014 at 8:00pm, eastern time.
Welcome! to our family friendly program, where friends and students doing research into the lives of the aboriginal people of Africa, for the past 459 years can share in Brother Cornelius' eppic struggle within an unknown world. To listen directly call into the studio at 347.945.5454, from there you can ask questions or make comments. To enter the chat room www.blogtalkrradio.com/noimoa
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