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The American Family Farmer Show is the weekly voice for small, independent farm owners, as well hobby farmers and all of those interested in eating natural foods that make as few stops as possible from the farm to the table.

The weekly program is packed with information and advocacy for the beleaguered family farmer, as well as those who support these farmers and the food that they produce, as an alternative to the  processed food options that occupy most grocery stores.

American Family Farmer is hosted by Doug Stephan, lifelong broadcaster and a dedicated lifelong family farmer! Stephan is the owner/operator of several dairy farms in the Boston suburb of Framingham, MA under the umbrella of Eastleigh Farm.

“I have been around cows all my life,” said Stephan. “I spent all my free time around the animals as a young boy.” Stephan continues, “I have become more involved on a wider scale, to the point now where I have several hundred Jersey dairy cows, which provide us with the raw milk we sell, along with cheeses, ice cream and various other diary-related products that have meaning to those in the locavore movement [people who choose to eat food locally grown and raised].” Stephan is a tell-it-like-it is advocate for the political and economic interests of the farmers this program is designed to serve.

American Family Farmer is a targeted revenue generator for stations, geared to a wide variety of advertisers specifically interested in reaching the farming community and the growing natural foods market.

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Podcasts

Jackie Allenbrand talks helping disabled farmers with our four-legged friends
Jesse Laflamme, Pete and Gerry's CEO, dispels egg labeling confusion
Wes King on the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition
Melissa Miller on the NFU's Beginning Farmer Institute
Phil Noble on Sage Mountain Farm and food diversity
Ricki Carroll and The New England Cheesemaking Supply Company
USDA's Anne Hazelett on Helping Farms in Rural Areas
NFU's Roger Johnson on using ethanol and advanced biofuels
Val Dolcini and The Pollinator Partnership
Bill Tomson on Cheese Naming Rights, Sarah Walter on Centre County Farm Tours
Jonathan White on dairy farming, cows and autism at Bobolink Farm
John Crooke and Stefan Streit talk about their work with Tinicum CSA
NFU's Rob Larew on Biofuels
John Wesley Boyd Jr. on the Bayer/Monsanto Merger
Scott Henry on Millennials in Farming
Bob Garver talks WICKED JOE Organic Coffee
Jim Goodman on replacing NAFTA, not Just Renegotiating it
Gay Gordon-Byrne talks about the uphill Battle to Repair Tractors
Emily Meredith on National Milk Producers Federation
Kevin Skunes on The Crop That Ate America
Dannele Peck on how Climate Change Research affects Farmers
Chris Holman on "Full Throttle Agriculture"
Michele Payn on her book "Food Truths: From Farm To Table"
Jolene Brown's Top Ten Mistakes That Break Up A Family Business
Dino Giacomazzi on Dairy Farming in California
Pete Kennedy on how the Trans Pacific Partnership will affect farmers
Celeste Longacre on growing and storing fresh produce, no matter where you live!
Sally Fallon Morrell on why We Need Animal Fats For Health & Happiness
Food Writer Julie Kelly Talks GMOs
Mitch Hunter talks about doubling food production by 2050
Eileen Gordon talks about founding BarnRaiser
Barb Shatto talks about the Shatto Milk Company
Dr. Dickson Despommier on Vertical Farming
Robin Way on Organic Farming at Rumbleway Farm
Audra Mulkern on the Female Farmer Project
Allen Lash talks AgriSolutions and the FamilyFarms Group
Roger Johnson on the National Farmers Union
Meghan Nichols talks High Hopes Farm
Johnny Fonteyn on Rio Gozo Farm
Tom Hanson talks Hansons Farm
Jana Linderman on the Iowa Farmer's Union
Sharon Caswell on Pony Up Technologies
Kriss Marion on Circle M Market Farm
Marc Santucci on Saving the Cherry Crop
Ethan Farrell talks Sunset Farm
Mark Schneider on Living Water Farms
Vernon Seipt on Freddy Hill Farms
Stacy and Tenzin Botsford on the 5-State Family Farm Leadership Program
Roger Allison on the Missouri Rural Crisis Center
Jesus Cuezzi on Mentoring Young Farmers
Andrea Hazzard and the Hazzard Free Farm
Timothy Gertson on growing Organic Corn
Linley Dixon talks organics and Adobe House Farm
Michael Harrison on creating the American Family Farmer
Melissa Tashjain on Composting
Brett Tolley on the connections between Family Fisherpeople and Family Farmers
Ken Dunn talks Urban Composting, Recycling and Urban Farming in Chicago
Tom Driscoll on Conservation and Climate Change
Renee Randall talks Willow Ridge Organic Farm
Lindsey Lusher Shute on the National Young Farmers Coalition
Terry Spence on the Socially Responsible Agricultural Project
Daniel Teague on the Mississippi Association of Cooperatives and Black Farmers Cooperatives
Marty Mesh talks FOG - Florida Organic Growers
Ellen Moyer on the DARK Act
Betty Grotophorst on Defending Farmland
Kristina Ralph on Organic Farms and CSA'S
Chandler Goule on Country of Origin Labeling
Chris Prchal on Knowing Your Local Farmer
Renee Randall on Organic Farming at Willow Ridge Farm
Beth Osmond on Making A Living From Local Foods
Wes King on The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition
Joel Salatin on the Polyface Farm
Kendra Kimbirauskas on the Socially Responsible Agriculture Project
Jim Kleinschmit on the Rural Climate Network
Tom Spaulding on the Angelic Organics Learning Center
Bill Niman: Eat Like it Matters continued
Bill Niman: Eat Like it Matters
Phil Lempert Continued
Phil Lempert on Smarter Shopping, Better Eating and Healthier Living
Roger Noonan on Safe And Accurate Food Labeling, continued
Roger Noonan on Safe And Accurate Food Labeling
Mark Schatzker on The Dorito Effect
Nicolette Hahn Niman on Defending Beef
Roger Johnson on Beef Importation, continued
Roger Johnson on Beef Importation
Erin Brennerman on Antibiotic Stewardship
Stephanie Mercier on Bee Mortality
Kerissa Chapman of the International Agri-Center
Paul Shapiro on Costco and their egg suppliers
Cathy Merlo Interview, continued
Cathy Merlo talks Dairy Farming in the US
Joel Salatin of the Polyface Farm
Joel Salatin of the Polyface Farm, continued
Rachel Armstrong talks about Farm Commons
Steven and Betsy Fleury on Life after Cows
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