Podcast Episode 55: The Farm Babe talks organic, food labeling, and celebrity endorsements

Farm Babe

 

Michelle Miller, aka the Farm Babe, is a farmer, Ag speaker, advocate, myth-buster, and the list pretty much goes on a country mile. In our interview today, Michelle will talk to us about how her path lead her from Los Angeles to farming in Iowa and becoming one of the most popular agriculture influencers out there. Michelle will also touch base on fear mongering labels, Glyphosate, and her thoughts on organic vs conventional.  Be sure to check out Michelle at the links below.

 

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Check out Michelle at the links below:

TheFarmBabe.com

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Show Notes:

  • Los Angeles to Iowa
  • Dr. Drew Show
  • “Dirty Dozen”
  • Non-GMO Label
  • “Big Money” food labels
  • Fear Mongering
  • Speaking engagements
  • Differences between organic and conventional produciton
  • Organic pesticides vs conventional pesticides
  • How celebrity endorsments could help agriculture
  • Sharing the story of Ag
  • PETA
  • Glyphosate
  • Organic lobbyists
  • #FactsNotFear

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