Monday, July 27, 2015

TBF 122 :: Farming Exit Interview, Sheep Fencing, and a Hard Lesson Learned

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:: Warning :: There were some equipment issues while recording this episode and there is a very annoying audio hum during the opening and closing sections. I will try to remedy this issue as soon as possible.

For the past six weeks we were able to have an extern (it's sort of like an internship) on the farm working along side us. The extra set of hands, extra insight when problems pop up, and companionship was such a blessing. If you listened to TBF Show Episode 119 you heard from our extern Ryan as he shared some of his initial impressions and what he was hoping to accomplish through this experience. On this weeks episode I wanted to take the chance to do an "exit interview" with Ryan. As we talked about his time on the farm he shared some of the things he loved, what surprised him, the lessons that he would be taking back to the classroom, and even some great insight for beginning farmers!
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