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A podcast of conversations with Lauren Denny for people living simple country living. Sharing stories of how to build a life in agriculture and the lessons along the way.@simplycountryranchlocated in McAlester,OKSign Company @simplystainedshop Continue Reading >>
A podcast of conversations with Lauren Denny for people living simple country living. Sharing stories of how to build a life in agriculture and the lessons along the way.@simplycountryranchlocated in McAlester,OKSign Company @simplystainedshop << Show Less
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Wedding Venue while ranching with Valerie Cook from Kinship Ranch Valerie talks with us about how her family began a wedding venue next to their ranch and how it provides a location for couples to have their perfect wedding day and melds a beautiful ranch experience. Family owned and operated ranch/event venue. Variety of wedding packages available. We sell kunekune pigs and raise black angus cattle.learn more at https://thekinshipranch.com/located in Cromberg, CA
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Wedding Venue while ranching with Valerie Cook from Kinship Ranch Valerie talks with us about how her family began a wedding venue next to their ranch and how it provides a location for couples to have their perfect wedding day and melds a beautiful ranch experience. Family owned and operated ranch/event venue. Variety of wedding packages available. We sell kunekune pigs and raise black angus cattle.learn more at https://thekinshipranch.com/located in Cromberg, CA
Repurposing Products you Grow + Live Events Today&apos;s episode we talk about repurposing products you create or grow for other uses.We grew corn. This year, I am bundling the corn stalks to use in our fall festival as decorations and put them up for sale for others to purchase for their own fall decor at their house.Along side talking about our experiences of gardening....which are not entirely successful, we are starting to share our ins and outs of putting on a festival and what that entails!My goal with our ranch is to continually share our experiences. Often times I see events that are ran that are 10 years old, 20 years old, etc and I often compare myself to their 10th year when I am on year 2... I want to share with you what we are learning, that way if you&apos;re interested in replicating something, you know some hidden secrets from someone who is learning it in realtime.Another part of why we share is because a lot of what we do holds our entire heart. I think it&apos;s important to share your why, how you do something, and invite people to be apart of what you&apos;re building because it allows them to know just how thoughtful you were in placing a *pumpkin patch* in this location, building a place to take photos year after year, and when someone can see the steps, they can feel excited to be apart of the finished product.Life is not always pretty. We have a tremendous amount of work ahead of us and it often gets rocky, but those moments of sharing are just as important as the picture perfect moments.Simply Country Music Festival Sept 30-Oct 1/2, 2022
Farming + Fitness with Holly Weilnau @holly_faithfit Holly Weilnau talks with simply country podcast about combining farming and fitness and encouraging others to see how closely the foods you eat come directly from the farm. She talks about supporting agriculture and the community by going to farmer&apos;s markets in your city and how starting a CSA is a growing popularity need in communities which is a community supported agriculture that allows certain pick up days of fruits and veggies, kind of like a subscription process.Holly discusses how you can join her fitness group on facebook where you can be coached by Holly and join in on her live workouts weekly.use this link to find out more. https://linktr.ee/Hwfaithfit
Saving Money at the Grocery Store with Terra Rhodes at r.farmstead Terra Rhodes and her family is a military family that is using their skills to learn a sustainable lifestyle. Terra talks with us about creating a garden that allows her to save money in the grocery store. Follow along with families journey at r.farmstead on TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook.
Chicken Talk-own backyard chicks, benefits, and egg shortages Thanks for tuning in to talk with us about chickens!We discuss with you what we have going on at the farm in terms of how we are incubating a new batch of chickens, letting mama hens hatch their own, and running an experiment of after a mama hens jumps off her eggs because she hatched one....can we grab those eggs put them in an incubator and let them hatch on their own?... Tune in to learn about a recent tragedy in our states of a chicken farm, what that can mean for grocery stores, and where you can get your own batch of fertilized eggs, chicks, or hens locally. #backyardchickens #chickens #chicks #chicken #homestead #homesteading #farming #oklahoma #hatchingchickens #farmlife #gardening
The Real Life of Farming and What To Do to Sustain Let&apos;s catch up about farming profits, using what you have and making it work, doubling down on what you can do to make ends meet, dehydrating your abundance of eggs, and dabble in an update on successfully curing our alpaca, Costello, and welcoming bees to our farm!
Naturally Made Products with Oklahoma Company Finn Knows Soap check out their story as we learn how Finn Knows Soap shares their expertise about the process of soap creation + other products. This oklahoma local company started in 2020 to start their business dreams and talk about an inspiration!
Raising Sheep with Dodson Hill Sheep Shed Follow @dodsonhillsheepshed on tik and instagram as this wonderful family learns the sheep  world of babydoll sheep and other various type of sheep.
how to go from teacher to farmer From Jennifer Holt&apos;s podcast called, classroom exit strategies podcast&quot;As a former teacher, you possess so many unique entrepreneurial skills and qualities. And while starting a business may be enticing to some people, it can also be a scary thought. A multitude of questions swirl around in your mind including...• Can I actually start a business of my own?• Will I be successful?• How will I know what to do?• Where will I get customers?These are all valid questions, but ones that can ultimately, paralyze you to the point you stay frozen with fear. Unless they don&apos;t and you allow the grit and determination you have in your soul to move you toward your goal.Today on the podcast, Lauren Denny from Simply Stained Shop is sharing her journey from teacher to successful entrepreneur. And as with most former teachers turned entrepreneurs, she didn&apos;t start out with a plan to leave the classroom.But her story is unique in that she has not only created a successful business with her husband, she now employs her mom, dad, and others, has a podcast, and runs a ranch! Learn why she chose to leave the classroom, how determination and support pushed her farther than she thought possible, and what she has learned along the way.📝 Click here for a transcript of this episode.Links Mentioned in this Episode:• Lauren&apos;s IG: @simplystainedshop• Lauren&apos;s website: simplystainedshop.com • Lauren&apos;s podcast: The Simply Country PodcastFollow me on IG @classroom_exit_strategies&quot;
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