Radio Show and Podcast

North Country Farmer Online Radio Show and Podcast

North Country Farmer Radio Show and Podcast
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Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, pasture management, reformed theology and more. Scott has more than 40 years experience farming, homesteading and living in remote areas. He delivers both unique and practical information from a Christian worldview and perspective.

Friday nights every week at 8pm eastern time

Listen live at the North Country Farmer Show’s Blog Talk Radio Page.

Subscribe via i-tunes HERE

Subscribe on Stitcher HERE.

Get the RSS feed Here.

If you enjoy the show, please consider donating to help cover expenses and keep the show on the air. You can make one time donations with the paypal button below.

You can also make a monthly pledge of as little as $1 on the show’s Patreon Page.




What people are saying about the show….

“…he is like Thoreau’s long headed farmer. He has that unique combination of being well grounded in real world practical skills (he is a full time dairyman, and was once a backcountry trapper in Alaska) but still extremely well read and a careful thinker.”
~Richard Grossman

“My all time favorite agrarian podcast”
~Quinn of Reformation Acres

“You certainly will not get this kind of “covenantal agrarian resistance” programming from the mainstream media!”
~Herrick Kimball

“I love the show!”
~Wendy from WA

“Thanks for bringing the christian agrarian community together”
~Bob

” the slowest talking Yankee I ever heard”
~Judy Bowman

“Awesome homesteading show”
~Michael Bunker

“Our whole family really enjoys the thoughtful conversations you have with your guests!”
~Tom G.

 

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  • May 29, 2015 at 2:08 pm
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    Good information regarding raised boxes. Been doing it in Illinois (S of Chit-cago for several years. Clay soil here too.
    -Why did you ever move to the people’s communist state of NY? Proud to say I am from Rochester.
    -Also, liked your review of Halsey’s book. Have not read it but the interview with Geoff Lawson was interesting.
    Thx.

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