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Thursday, September 23, 2021
Dakota Trails and Tales Sept 21, 2021 NDSU Extension has posted for position openings, I have major issues with how they position them
I am here to tell you that extension in every single state has lost their way in the past year and a half. Today thanks to a listener I have information about potential NDSU employment opportunities that should irritate all peoples.
Rural Route Radio Sept 22, 2021 Kristin Patterson from Ohio joins to talk about 45,000 people visiting their farm in 6 weeks and and APPLES
In today's world the health of small business depends on the ability to adapt. The Patterson family of Ohio have been adapting for generations and they provide nutrition and education all in the same visit.
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Rural Route Radio Sept 22, 2021 JC Cole is back and we discuss the issues in Australia and why it may be the epicenter of tyranny
You know can stay on the ship as it goes down or you can "just begin the fight" but first you need to recognize there is something going on. In all things you simply need to be ready for what is coming down your way.
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
The very food items that the global elites have been trying to demonize have proven they don't want you to eat the very foods that help with build the immune system. WHERE IS YOUR BEEF?
Rural Route Radio Sept 21, 2021 Today Jay Truitt is back and we talk about another payment the Feds can't afford but election reform is key to all things
When Trent, Andrew and Jay sit around the virtual campfire anything goes. Today is starts with proposed Government payment, but includes forced jab, The Swamp fights and election fraud.
Monday, September 20, 2021
Rural Route Radio Sept 20, 2021 The true impact of a full Harvest Moon, and the overall efficiency of meat production. Are lambs too fat in the USA?
Hank Vogler is just 8 days away from shipping his 2021 lamb crop. As it gets close we set our sights on consumer demand and expectations of the meat they eat.
Troy Loos, 45, of Burlington left us unexpectedly and way too soon on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, due to complications from COVID. Troy was born December 5, 1975, to Larry and Leona (nee Chapman) in Quincy, IL. His early life on the rural family farm involved 4-H and FFA, the ability to fix everything, and eliminating the word "problem" from his vocabulary.
In a whirlwind of mixed messages, the 18-member scientific committee voted 16-2 against distribution of a third shot of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine for those 16 and older.
BOMBSHELL: FDA Allows Whistleblower Testimony that COVID-19 Vaccines Are Killing and Harming People! (healthimpactnews.com)
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