Farmers are often looking for new ways to diversify their operations. One new way maybe developing an on-farm brewery under Maryland's Class 8 license. In this episode, Paul is rejoined by Mayhah Suri to discuss the licensing process to get the license and things producers need to be aware of before opening a brewery on the farm.
Resources discussed in this episode are Microbreweries and the New Class 8 Farm Brewery License by Mayhah Suri.
Paul takes a break from this episode and instead Ashley Ellixson takes over the host chair. In this episode Ashley is joined by Dr. Nicole Fiorellino to highlight the Maryland Phosphorus Management Tool (PMT) and the details farmer's need to know to be in compliance. Additionally, Dr. Fiorellino addresses many FAQs from industry as well as producers on the science behind phosphorus and nutrient management.
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Producers are collecting and relying more on ag data collected by farm equipment. Much of this data might be uploaded to the "cloud" and stored with third party. Storing with third parties can lead to questions of who owns farm data? In this episode, Paul is joined by his colleague, Ashley Ellixson, extension legal specialist, and Dr. Terry Griffin, cropping systems economist, Kansas State University.
Hiring interns for an operation can be useful for both producer and intern. But at the same time, producers need to understand the rules for when interns have to paid and can work for free. In this episode, Paul is joined by Sarah Everhart, legal specialist, Francis King Carey School of Law, University of Maryland and the Agriculture Law Education Initiative.
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As producers use more and more technology in their operations there is a need to be connected to wireless networks to be able to move large amounts of data. In this episode, Paul is joined by Dr. Terry Griffin, cropping systems economist, Kansas State University, to discuss the need for wireless connectivity in rural areas.
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