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Scott M Terry

Scott Terry's "North Country Farmer" Show


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The voice of the Covenantal Agrarian Resistance. Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, reformed theology and more.

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This week Amber Bradshaw joins us. Amber is a wife, mother of three, runs an Online Farmers Market, owns a contracting business with her husband, 4-H leader, teaches extended learning classes at a local college, past president of... more

Scott gives listeners an update on the 6.5 acre permaculture inspired homestead project that his family has been devoloping in the southern part of the state.

This week our old friend John Moody returns to talk about his adventures in worm farming.

This week homesteader, musician, and blogger Abigail Zieger joins me. Her website's tagline is "Industry, Thrift, Fidelity, and Contentment" and that means we will have a lot to talk about! Don't miss this conversation with one of the nicest... more

Graham Donahue, of Growing Pastures Farm, is a young man who produces and markets pastured poultry, grass fed lamb and beef, and forest raised pork. We talk about how this homeschool graduate got into the farming business, his... more

Brandon Sutter from the Lone Star Farmstead joins me this week. Expect some good old fashioned rural conversation about everything under the sun!

Successful farmers and homesteaders get stuff done every day because they know how to improvise and get the job done with the resources at hand.

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Luke Groce farms with his wife Katherine and their 3 children raising vegetables, pork, chicken, and lamb. They market their products through a meat CSA, farmers markets in the Louisville and Southern Indiana areas, restaurants and grocers.... more

You don't have land. You don't have much money. Stop complaining. You can still get started in a small farm enterprise by renting land. Scott talks from experience because his families organic dairy operation uses all rented land and facilities.

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