Articles by tag: Farming

Disrupting Farming to Revitalize Local, Community Farmers with Dan Miller, CEO of Steward

Steward CEO Dan Miller, discusses farming

Right now the world is marked by unprecedented disruption, where technological advancements intersect with societal challenges. But one issue stands out as both timeless and timely: the future of farming. As the global population burgeons and environmental concerns loom large, the need for sustainable agricultural practices is more pressing than ever. According to the […]

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PanXchange on Hedera

Blockchain technology is breaking barriers in many industries, so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that it’s currently being utilized in the agricultural industry. How is one agricultural company, PanXchange, modeling their business to produce carbon removal credits through blockchain technology, and what successes and challenges are they facing? On this episode of Gossip About […]

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Helping Vertical Farmers Enter the Grocery Space

The world of agriculture is undergoing a remarkable transformation with the rise of vertical farms. These innovative farms are not only changing the way we grow crops, but they also rely on efficient cold storage solutions to maintain optimal conditions. In a recent interview from GroceryShop, our expert shed light on this exciting development […]

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The Importance of Climate Control for Poultry Farmers in Texas

In this episode, Tyler Kern talks with Heidi Hudson co-owner of Hudson Farms. They discuss the importance of climate control for poultry farmers in the hot state of Texas. Hudson’s background is in poultry science, and her husband is a third-generation poultry farmer. They worked alongside his father for three years on his farm before […]

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Food & Beverage
Agriculture Supply Chain is Struggling to Weather Climate Change

The agriculture supply chain is getting hit left and right by climate challenges, from unstable hot temperatures crushing heat-intolerant coffee, to droughts choking California’s almond industry, to massive floods in China killing pigs and putting a damper on pork production. Not to mention, agricultural processes themselves are creating a positive feedback loop for climate change, […]

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Food & Beverage
How Is the Biden Admin’s Attack on Anti-Competitive Policies Shaping Agriculture?

The Biden administration has set its sights firmly on breaking down anti-competitive practices across a wide range of industries, and the nation’s agricultural sector is beginning to feel the effects. According to the president, the executive orders the administration has issued are aimed at anti-competitive practices in agriculture like consolidation in chicken procession, meatpacking, sourcing […]

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Food & Beverage
How Will the Surging Grain Prices Impact Farmers?

The grain prices in the US are on an upward trend, but what does that mean for crop suppliers? Tune in below to hear Syngenta CEO Erik Fyrwald speak about agricultural commodities and what factors like extreme weather and demand have on the market.   Host: Let’s bring in Erik Fyrwald. He is the CEO […]

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Web 3.0 and blockchain technology
Redefining Digital Trust: Web 3.0 and Blockchain Technology Are Reshaping Digital Security and Transparency
April 16, 2024

The digital world continues to race forward and Web 3.0 and blockchain technology are taking center stage. This surge of interest is driven by the global demand for more secure, decentralized, and transparent online interactions, particularly in the wake of heightened cybersecurity threats and privacy concerns. The stakes are high and according to a […]

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Mining & Rare Metals Supply Chain
A Domestic U.S. Mining & Rare Metals Supply Chain Still Lacks Industry & Political Support
April 16, 2024

The U.S. is in need of a domestic mining & rare metals supply chain. There’s a natural motivation around developing this kind of supply chain, as it’s smart production strategy to give U.S.  companies more diversity in their sourcing & manufacturing partners. There’s also a national imperative to keep America’s supply chains resilient, one […]

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Stenograph Announces the Release of CATalyst Version 22
April 16, 2024

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., April 16, 2024 (Newswire.com) – Stenograph, LLC, is thrilled to announce an update to CATalyst®, the industry-leading software for computer-aided transcription, trusted by court reporters, scopists, CART providers, and captioners worldwide. Throughout its 25-year history, CATalyst has been at the forefront of leveraging advanced tools that make work faster, easier, and more efficient. […]

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Pixar's storytelling
Breaking the Rules with Pixar: Dean Movshovitz’s Take on Pixar’s Storytelling Success and Narrative Techniques
April 16, 2024

From Elemental to Turning Red, Pixar Animation Studios sets the gold standard for storytelling in animation. Pixar’s ability to weave intricate narratives that resonate with children and adults alike has sparked widespread interest in understanding the secrets behind its storytelling success. With the release of Dean Movshovitz‘s Amazon bestseller book, Pixar Storytelling: Rules for […]

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How Pepsi Drinkers are Empowering Sustainable Farming
April 21, 2021

Pepsico recently announced its intentions to increase the company’s pursuit of sustainable farming. Watch or read below as Jim Andrews, Pepsico’s Chief Sustainability Officer, talks about the company’s plans to eliminate at least three million tons of emissions by 2030.   Host: You, of course, know PepsiCo as the soda snack giant, but the New […]

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Bill Gates Discusses His Farming Initiatives and the Future of Food Sustainability
January 19, 2021

Tech magnate Bill Gates is now the biggest owner of farmland in the United States. Bill Gates and his wife Melinda own a staggering 242,000 acres across 18 states. This aligns closely with Gates’ recent agricultural innovations projects. This includes Gates Ag One, which focuses on research to help “smallholder farmers adapt to climate […]

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Empowering International Farmers with Smart Technology
December 16, 2020

The agricultural industry faces numerous challenges that pull farmers in multiple directions while operating on razor thin margins. Innovative technology can solve these inherently clashing industry problems and provide for a more efficient and sustainable farming community. Daniel Litwin, the Voice of B2B, was joined by Praveen Penmetsa, founder and CEO of Monarch Tractor, […]

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Making Sense of the Data: AI Technology for Strategic Global Food Production
June 8, 2020

Alex Whitley discusses the use of AI in global food production. In the global food production world, there is no end to the available data to inform crop health, yield and environmental impact. But deciphering that data into executable processes can be a different story. Alex Whitley, Managing Director at Arva Intelligence, believes that […]

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Commercial Farming Initiatives That We Would Have Seen At Expo West 2020
March 19, 2020

Sustainability is a significant focus in commercial farming—doing so consistently and seamlessly takes work and action. Its presence is felt by the individual farmer all the way to global food companies. What many might not know is that each farm has a story to tell with its data and efforts that food manufacturers want to […]

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Urban Farming and Philanthropy as a Business Model
September 12, 2019

How can urban farming help a community? For this episode of MarketScale Mornings, hosts Tyler Kern and Daniel Litwin were joined by Matthew “Trog” Trogdon the Vice President of Bonton Farms in Dallas. They discussed how urban farming has evolved and how it can positively impact a community. Do you know what a “food desert” is? […]

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Could Hemp Be the Next American Cash Crop?
August 19, 2019

On this segment of American Made, a conversational corner on policy affecting American Business, Business Casual host Daniel Litwin broke down the explosion of the American hemp market. According to the US Department of Agriculture, land used for hemp growth expanded by nearly 400% from 2017 to 2018; compare that to 2014, when land […]

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U.S. Farmers Take a Hit, Tabletop Technology, Did Disney Swing and Miss?
August 13, 2019

On this episode of Business Casual, Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern tackle the biggest stories facing the world of B2B businesses and brands, including: U.S. farmers were hit again in the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China as the Chinese Commerce Ministry announced that China will no longer be buying American agricultural products. […]

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China Says No More U.S. Agriculture: Business Casual
August 9, 2019

Farmers in the United States got some bad news this week as the Chinese Commerce Ministry announced that China will no longer be buying American agricultural products. As the trade war between the U.S. and China continues to drag on, the growing question is whether or not American farmers can continue to endure it. […]

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