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Podcast Episode 63: Lessons Learned Podcasting with Jason Meadows


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Let’s talk podcasting!  Today on the show is a former guest and fellow podcaster Jason Meadows.  You might remember Jason from a few short months ago, he was a guest and talked about his podcast, Ag State of Mind, which is aimed at addressing mental health in the agriculture industry.  On today’s show, Jason and I talk about what we’ve learned podcasting, tools we use, and where we hope our shows go in the future.  Also, curious if a podcaster likes listening to their own voice?  You’ll find the answers to all those questions in this episode!


Listen to the episode on the apps below:

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Don’t forget to check out Jason’s podcast at the links below:

Ag State of Mind Podcast

Ag State of Mind Website


Show Notes:

  • How Jason and I got started podcasting
  • Ag State of Mind Podcast
  • Farm Traveler Podcast
  • What has podcasting has taught us?
  • Crafting the perfect interview.
  • Tools of the trade.
  • Headliner, Notion, Audacity, Adobe Audition, and more great software for podcasting.
  • Why FREE podcasting tools are the best tools.
  • Do we like hearing our own voices?  No.  Not at all.
  • Future plans and goals for our podcasts.


Call to Action:

I hope you are enjoying these interviews as well as learning a thing or two about food production and the agriculture industry.  If you think a friend or family member might enjoy the podcast, consider sharing it with them!  Simply sharing the website,, or telling them to search “Farm Traveler” on their favorite podcasting app, are great ways they can listen and stay up to date on episodes.




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