RealAg Radio, Oct 17: Mountain-made cheese, winter storage prep, and goat milk growing pains

Marion Studhalter poses with a Swiss milk cow. (supplied photo)

We’re mid-way through this week and occasional RealAg Radio host Lyndsey Smith has managed somehow to keep the show rolling in Shaun Haney’s absence (no, that’s not a weed joke).

On today’s show:

  • Lyndsey gets serious for at least a few minutes to talk mental health
  • Jessika Guse manages to cram a whole lot of news in one very short news segment (with a promise of more time tomorrow)
  • It’s Wednesday, so it’s Rocky Talk time! Rocky Mountain Equipment’s, Joel Hoehn, speaks with Shaun about making sure that equipment is put away proper for winter
  • Dirk Boogerd of Ontario Goat joins the show to talk over supply and processing issues
  • Marion Studhalter spent a summer making cheese in the Alps, and it’s as cool as it sounds, and
  • Bern Tobin files a report from the Advancing Women Conference, where he’s talking leadership and communication style differences with Mindshift’s Sherry Waddingham.

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