I’ve been having this conversation a lot lately, as I’m sure many of you have been too — I’m not sure how we’re at the end of December already.
Although the last couple of weeks have shown some true winter temperatures, it has been abnormally warm (and dry) in my area, which I’m convinced has many thinking (myself included) it can’t be the holiday season already.
This time of year has me standing back at looking at all aspects of my life — the highs, the lows, and everything in between. Last year, I received positive feedback from an article I wrote in regards to some of my favourite interviews of 2020. I decided to take a stab at this reflection exercise again this year.
2021 was a rollercoaster again, but nonetheless, it was a ride. So for 2021, here are my top 21 interviews from 2021. This has nothing to do with clicks, views, or anything like that; these are simply ones I enjoyed.
In no particular order, here’s the list. Enjoy, and as always — thanks for the continued support. Happy holidays!
- ft. Rosie Thoni, AdFarm
- ft. Sarah Jackson, Uplands Pheasantry and Jack Pine Meadows
- ft. Hannah Konschuh, Generation Land & Grain Co. Ltd.
- ft. David MacTaggart, University of Saskatchewan
- ft. Matt Chapple, PRIDE Seeds and Chapple Farms
- ft. Luke and Katie Grove, Spring Grove Agri Ltd.
- ft. Lesley Kelly, Do More Ag Foundation
- ft. John Guelly, farmer from Westlock, Alta.
- Johanne Ross, Ag In The Classroom – Canada
- ft. Lyndsey Smith, RealAgriculture
- ft. Dianne Finstad, RFD-TV
- ft. Jeff Nielsen, farmer from Olds, Alta.
- Daniel Ramage, Cereals Canada
- ft. Jeremy Boychyn, Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions
- ft. Colin Penner, University of Manitoba
- ft. Patrick De Haan, GasBuddy
- ft. John Barlow, shadow minister for agriculture
- ft. Jenn Walker, Alberta Pulse Growers
- ft. Leighton Blashko, BASF
- ft. Ted Labun, Syngenta Canada
- Sara Meidlinger, PRIDE Seeds