Trent Loos Podcast

Trent Loos Podcast

By Trent Loos
As a 6th generation U.S. farmer Trent works daily at connecting food producers and consumers.
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Rural Route Radio May 27, 2020 Kim Kirchherr RD joins with overall theme "Don't wait until you are sick to be healthy"

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Rural Route Radio July 9, 2020 Connecting farm folks with consumers again today with Jenny Schweigert and Meagan Bryant
How many perceptions about modern food production can we shape in the correct way? We are already in the hole but it is never too late to get the facts to those who want to know.
48:03
July 9, 2020
Rural Route Radio July 8, 2020 Corrine Belton the pride of Kentucky shares her view as a mother why young men are laying back allowing young ladies to lead.
From Des Moines, Iowa and The Youth Development Event of 2020 as families have gathered to show pigs and network with others from around the nation. We talk 4H, Extension, Kentucky basketball and Chicken Pox.
48:03
July 8, 2020
Rural Route Radio July 6, 2020 Hank Vogler today on the real story of labor challenges in agriculture as he lost 4 more men.
Everything that the government mandates clearly creates opportunities that will work against the H2A employer. Who is really sticking up for the little guy in today's world?
48:13
July 7, 2020
Rural Route Radio July 3, 2020 John Bolin retired LEO/U.S. Marshall weighs in on animal rights organizations set the police on a path, not for justice I might add.
John Bolin thought he was doing the right thing after retiring from law enforcement by conducting investigations for animals rights NGO's. Well after 3 years he could see he was doing the wrong thing. He comes clean today as he reflects on the path of investigation he took then.
48:03
July 3, 2020
Rural Route Radio July 2, 2020 Continuing to connect the food producers with consumers today it is Linsay Knerl mother of 6 kids in Nebraska
How do you properly feed a family of 8? How do you do it on a budget and of course we launch in to the whole mCOOL discussion about meat. 
48:03
July 2, 2020
Rural Route Radio July 1, 2020 Chris Kotulak CEO of Fonner Park in Grand Island and we take a look at history of Nebraska horse racing and glimpse of the future
Some call it progress, others call is losing track of your communities history and heritage. Today we walk through horse racing from AKSARBEN to present in Nebraska and really the bigger picture nationally.
48:04
July 1, 2020
Loos Tales for June 29, 2020 The Senate passing a bill that will increase spending by $1.9 billion annually on land half of which is new acquisitions. WHY?
The Unites States of America has a $26 trillion national debt. Instead of trying to really downsize government they all just keep voting to spend, spend spend more. The Government currently owns 1 in 3 acres in the U.S. they should manage what they have not look to buy more.
03:30
July 1, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 30, 2020 Kim Bremmer joins Andrew Henderson and I with 100% diet discussion, first cows then kids
The Federal Government has the dietary guidelines so screwed up it is hard to know how to fix them. Today we shed light on issues involved in feeding dairy cows then humans. 
48:03
June 30, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 29, 2020 Hank Vogler stays on fire another week we confirm the Feds are buying $900 million worth of your property ANNUALLY
Ranching in big country of the West gives one a ton of time to think about the big picture. When Hank shares the big picture folks get a very good visual.
48:03
June 29, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 26, 2020 It is time for history class, I mean the truth behind what really happened in shaping our nation with Gordon Cone retired history teacher
“A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic.”  said one of the Allies leaders with the USA in WWII. This is a wonderful walk to memory lane for the United States of America by Gordon Cone retired history teacher. More to come from this gem.
48:02
June 26, 2020
ural Route Radio June 25, 2020 Today we discuss the public school system and diet related to Crohn's disease thanks to Jenny Schweigert and Brandi Reeves
After 21 years worth of teaching in the public school system Brandi Reeves she is not inspiring others to enter the teaching field. In addition both of these resilient women are inspiration to all mankind to overcome any obstacle that may attempt to get in our way.
48:02
June 25, 2020
Loos Tales June 25, 2020 I really have no concern about FAKE MEAT, the doomsayers are no different than the Earth Day world coming to an end crowd.
In 1970 the Earth Day creators sold fear about massive starvation by 2000. Hmmm we are still here producing more food each year and the earth is healthier than ever. 
03:30
June 25, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 24, 2020 Aaron Sawyers wears many hats and will on this program including KSU Ag and Natural Resources Educator and a Dad
Aaron does a fantastic job in schools with 2, 3 and 4th grade students bringing hands on education about these that grow and feed us. Of course that is after he tells us that 40% of farm income in 2018 was in the form of a government payment. WOW.
48:03
June 24, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 23, 2020 Three guest today including Andrew Henderson, UK, Blayne Arthur, OK and Marty Beard, ND each conversation is very insightful in its own way
Andrew is wound up with what he has learned about a terrible piece in FarmingUK about farming. Blayne is excited about a new timely program to develop more skilled meat cutters and Marty gives a tribute to a true cowboy.
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June 24, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 18, 2020 There is a cure beyond prescription drugs for mental illness, Brett Lloyd walks us through his life journey to success with meat
After dealing with mental illness for 45 years Brett (The Stickman) found health and wisdom. This is a must listen to story and it is quite hard to believe, other than the very detailed description he provides us.
48:02
June 23, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 22, 2020 I think Hank may have had great coffee this morning, he is on point even more than normal Department of Education is when education ceased
Hank is on fire today with the issues of the day and how we as a free country got to this point. OH and we identify the true racist in this conversation, they recently sent you a letter.
48:03
June 22, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 19, 2020 Today we continue the discussion between food producers and non-farm mothers who make food purchases
Once it again it is Jenny Schweigert to the rescue as she brings the delightful Bethany Bieber to the discussion. We end up spending a lot of time talking about the importance of Heritage breeds of livestock the challenge yet importance of them.
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June 19, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 15, 2020 Hank Vogler today we walk through the history of "frontal lobotomy in the USA. Actually started much before the asylums.
We brad about "free speech" but if you really study history the Federal Government has always found a way to put people in the corner and make them quiet. 
48:03
June 15, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 12, 2020 Jenny Schweigert brings a great consumer/production interaction today with mother, blogger Tiffany Noth
You know what, this is a great visit with Tiffany Noth today because people have tons of questions about food but really don't know where to start. We get a  great start on it here today. OH and do you know about the Flat Iron Steak.
48:03
June 12, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 11, 2020 Why is America loaded overweight and obese people? Today Jenny Schweigert, Sonja Goins and Trent Loos weigh in on that one.
These two remarkable ladies have learned to live quality lifestyles with Crohn's disease. Today point blank Sonya Goins says she wasn't going to sit on the couch wallowing in her own misery, she is resilient. 
48:01
June 11, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 10, 2020 Retired High School Teacher Jeff Lukens Sioux Falls, SD says this generation is restless always on the move
What does the future of education hold if we can not retain the good school teachers? Jeff Lukens today works for Texas Instrustments teaching teachers after his own career of teaching High School. 
48:03
June 10, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 9, 2020 Dr. Hugh McCampbell is one amazing human being and all who have met him can clearly remember his stool sample
Hugh McCampbell is a retired DVM and Veteran of the U.S. Army. Today on this version of Across the Pond with Andrew Henderson we cover every aspect of Hugh's life including his current competition in the Senior Olympics. 
48:01
June 9, 2020
Dakota Trails and Tales June 8, 2020 Marty on Monday as he shares his coon, beaver and morrell mushroom hunting stories, but his attorney says "don't be like a large mouth bass"
Marty's hunting adventures with his dogs are always educational and entertaining. He is no morrell mushroom farmer though.
15:49
June 8, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 8, 2020 Hank Vogler has the munchies wonder what he has been into? No like normal he is wound for sound and Wild Horses on the brain.
Management of the natural resources doesn't just happen it is best with human intelligence. There is a wreck brewing on Federal Lands with Wild Horses and Hank sees the ship sailing.
48:03
June 8, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 4, 2020 How do you start talking cows eating placenta and tie that into communicating with the 35 year old mother of 2 about beef?
Jenny Schweigert from Central Illinois joins in a great discussion about communicating inside and outside of the farming community. Moral of the story there is no silver bullet.
48:03
June 5, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 5, 2020 Jean Lonie brings us up to speed on the Nuffield Scholars program and how important agriculture is in the community
Dr. Jean Lonie is one of 6 American Scholars in the United States and the Vice President of Nuffield Scholars International USA. The opportunity to network around the world with folks who all share the same passion for farming is second to none. Today with Jean we "struggle bus" through the history and details of it all.
48:03
June 5, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 3, 2020 We are at a tipping point in the beef business and Ethan Lane of NCBA weighs in on his vision to move forward with progress
The margin spread between cattlemen and consumer has never been wider, so what do we do about that? Today Ethan Lane representing NCBA joins to bring his perspective on a wide variety of issues affecting beef producers.
48:03
June 4, 2020
Across the Pond June 3, 2020 Remaining profitable in the beef business today or tomorrow get closer to the consumer is essential today we talk Certified Piedmontese opportunities.
Ben Mohl joins Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson in this edition explaining exactly what Certified Piedmontese is about from a consumer preference point of view.
16:38
June 4, 2020
Forrest Films on the Loos June 3, 2020 Director Brett Hedlund and ever so important "reporter Josh Falvey" Tanner Thomason join Trent to talk about The Stand at Paxton County
Forrest Films on the Loos June 3, 2020 playing now on Netflix The Stand at Paxton County today we are joined by lead actor Tanner Thomason and Director Brett Hedlund taking about the making of this movie.
13:48
June 3, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 2, 2020 "Across the Pond" as Damien McLoughlin joins Andrew and I from Ireland. He is not so optimistic about the future of beef as a protein
After we get the through discussion about the importance of the EU in European agriculture we get into a discussion that every cattleman needs to hear and won't want to. 
48:03
June 2, 2020
Rural Route Radio June 1, 2020 Hank Vogler recounts three previous rioting times in the U.S. he lived through, including vehicle being shot in LA
We tend to think that anger and stupid human behavior is not something that has happened before. As much as we try to discuss sheep, cattle or goats it always come back to the issue of the day.
48:03
June 1, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 29, 2020 Retired U.S. Marshall John Bolin walks us through the "use of force" that LEO are trained to implement. He personally trained in de escalation of the situation.
John Bolin 17 year veteran of LEO really gives us a heartfelt thought about the news of the day in the lack of respect a few officers display with the public. How does that create a target on the backs of all LEO's?
48:03
May 29, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 28, 2020 must listen today with advocates for Crohn's Disease awareness discuss the challenges of managing life and connecting farmers to Urban consumers
My guest today Jenny Schweigert and Sonya Goins have great insight into living with Crohn's disease but we spend the second half of the program exploring ways to connect Urban consumers with farmers.
48:03
May 28, 2020
Forrest Films on the Loos May 27, 2020 Christopher McDonald joins Trent to discuss the reason he played the Sheriff in The Stand at Paxton County.
A truly genuine conversation with a veteran of the big screen about the making of a movie inspired by a true story. Watch The Stand at Paxton County on Netflix now.
09:32
May 28, 2020
Dakota Trails and Tales May 27, 2020 What are the questions you should be asking your candidate? Beth Henderson is running for 5th District in Indiana U.S. House
I don't think it matters what state you live in, I think this discussion is relevant to getting the truth from the campaigner.  Beth and Terry Henderson are pulling on their farming roots to gain traction. 
16:48
May 27, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 27, 2020 Kim Kirchherr RD joins with overall theme "Don't wait until you are sick to be healthy"
Kim and I discuss the whole alphabet when it comes making healthy choices. How do we rethink the health and wellness as a result of recent events globally.  
48:03
May 27, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 26, 2020 "Across the Pond" version today and Tommy Carrano is back talking about where his civil case stands against ASPCA
Today as Andrew Henderson joins Rural Route Radio with no prior knowledge of the trumped up criminal conviction of Tommy it will be interesting to get the perspective of a fresh set of eyes and ears to his case.
48:02
May 26, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 25, 2020 Memorial Day with Hank Vogler and that lost ewe with her twins. Keeping the band together is the task.
Today Hank walks us through the logistics in ranching sheep and cattle in the big country of Nevada.  Turning out to pastures 160 miles from home takes some planning now. 
48:03
May 25, 2020
Loos Tales Special Report May 22, 2020 Lee Smith Investigative Journal authors the book "The Plot Against the President" with actual accounts of the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee
How can a sitting President use the FBI to target political foes? More importantly how can that not be reported properly? Today in this special report Lee Smith explains what led up to him researching and writing the book about the corruption uncovered by Rep Devin Nunes past Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
18:03
May 22, 2020
Loos Tales for May 22, 2020 On mCOOL are you willing to change your mind? Patrick Robinette did and shares why.
How important is the label? If is says USDA on it anywhere does the U.S. consumer expect to be automatic Product of the USA? Are you willing to listen to facts and change your mind? So many question on a topic that never dies.
03:30
May 22, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 21, 2020 Anna Yeager and her father founded "Red Land Cotton" to get closer to the customer just as milk, meat and egg farmers are
Farming in NW Alabama Anna and her father think that farmers are "getting screwed" and so they went to work producing finished products with their cotton like bed sheets.  Now it appears her best work in being done in the "Gin office."
48:05
May 21, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 20, 2020 Patrick Robinette "Challenge Accepted" we can build a farm to fork grass fed beef business well
Continuing to identify folks in food production who are finding way to be price makers not price takers. Harris-Robinette Beef is doing just that in North Carolina and clearly today sees the need for mCOOL.
48:04
May 20, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 19, 2020 Dr. Betsy Beymer-Farris gave a great presentation at Alltech The ONE conference today she joins Andrew and Across the Pond on Blue Seaweed
First off this was, yes I said was a fabulous discussion about the emergence of a $8 billion global business in harvesting seaweed by the women of Tanzania but technology failed us. Now it is a great presentation plus a bit of Q&A with my buddy Andrew and the Across the Pond feature this week.
48:04
May 19, 2020
Loos Tales for May 19, 2020 Lets face it the past 40 years worth of USDA Dietary Advice created an aging population that are vulnerable to things like COVID-19
Right now we need to further the discussion about the importance of rigorous science driving the dietary guidelines and that is not happening. What will you do about being part of the solution?
03:30
May 19, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 18, 2020 Today Hank Vogler tells Costco in Twins Falls, well I can't say what he said but his $30,000 grocery bill will be with another store
Today like always with Hank Vogler we follow many rabbit trails including shedding some light on his cousins on the Indian Reservations constantly stick hand out for more.
48:03
May 18, 2020
Loos Tales for May 18, 2020 Do people give color pontifications for virtual conferences? I hope not because Andrew Henderson and I are for Alltech The ONE
Normally 4.000 individuals from every corner of the globe interested in food production are gathered in Lexington, KY for The ONE conference. This year as a sign of the times it is occurring with your high speed internet. Join us daily break it all down.
03:30
May 18, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 15, 2020 Brett Edwards Patriot, Author and Actor brings up close and personal look when your TV production doesn't hit Political Correctness
Brett Edwards has authored "Sacred Land, The NEO-Western Crime Novel" that is available today. We have a great discussion about life in America today and in particular Brett's involvement in the production the great movie "American Sniper." 
48:03
May 15, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 14, 2020 I sense you need a break from Gloom and Doom. Quincy Vidrine walks us through Home Food Preservation and guaranteed it will bring smiles
Quincy Vidrine is LSU AgCenter Area Nutrition Agent for Rapides Parrish joins to share some of the humorous discussions that happen when folks are talking about home food preservation again. I am not sure though she took me calling her "low hanging fruit" the correct way.
48:03
May 14, 2020
Dakota Trails and Tales May 13, 2020 What exactly is a Sovereign Nation? Cheyenne River Reservation, SD is violating individual rights
Many ranchers are being harassed on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota simply going to check cows on the Reservation. Lets do a real look at some are calling a Sovereign Nation.
07:39
May 14, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 12, 2020 "Across the Pond" Andrew joins from UK, Ben Barcovtch from PA and we talk today and tomorrow of food production with COVID-19 implications
With our weekly check in from Across the Pond Andrew Henderson share with us some very interesting perspectives as they develop in the UK from a food production and demand scenario. Additionally with Ben Barcovtch from PA we assess exactly how PA food production has always been more like the UK. Is that too broad of a brush to paint?
48:04
May 12, 2020
Loos Tales for May 12, 2020 The Stand at Paxton County is available on NETFLIX now. Here is why I want everyone to watch the movie, capturing America today
"The Stand at Paxton County" in my mind is a must see Forrest Films movie currently on NETFLIX. The writing, directing, producing and acting absolutely captures the essence of the division in America today. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8362228/
03:30
May 12, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 11, 2020 Hank Vogler has to be asked so I did today. All this crazy China stuff started after he married a lady from China, hmmm.
Taking a look at the world through the economic eye and the value of state currency is the real topic today with Hank Vogler. You can always expect a fresh look at every situation when Hank is at the table.
48:03
May 11, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 8, 2020 Janet Thompson brings us a 34,000 foot view of what is really happening in the name of COVID-19, Globally.
Janet Thompson from Boone County, MO walks us through how our education system does not teach kids grit. True Grit is not just the name the best western movie of all time is the modeling we as adults should display for our children daily.
48:05
May 8, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 7, 2020 Gregg Schumacher explains why marketing "sustainability" only breaks the producer and means nothing to consumer
Gregg Schumacher owns the oldest fur company in the Unites States dating back to 1895. From 2005-2007 his fur retail shop in Portland, OR was the target of animal rights extremist. Today he is working to expose their true agenda and cease their funding. "Never partner with people you don't want to own you." Gregg Schumacher.
48:03
May 7, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 6, 2020 today 30 million plus kids don't know where next meal is, because school is shut down. Who is feeding them?
On this Rural Route Radio Kim Bremmer and Brian Thompson join to bring us up to speed about life midst the chaos. In the process we stumble on what I believe the greatest untold story behind the shut down really is. 
48:03
May 6, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 5, 2020 "Across the Pond" today the question is, why are all UK meat processing plants running and U.S. not?
As always Andrew Henderson from UK brings another quality individual in Alistair Driver editor of Pig World publication. Today we compare notes on the differences and the UK pig farmer is doing well. WHY the difference?
48:03
May 5, 2020
Loos Tales for May 5, 2020 to be a livestock owner today it takes dirt under finger nails, and grit in your teeth. "The Stand at Paxton County" is on Netfix and verifies details.
Forrest Films has released the movie The Stand at Paxton County inspired by the true story of Dassinger Ranch in North Dakota. Every single day, someone in the U.S. is targeted because they own animals and this film released on Netflix shows how it works.
03:30
May 5, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 4, 2020 Hank Vogler taking a stand against the powerful public entity Southern Nevada Water Authority, its show time.
Hank Vogler moved from Oregon to Nevada ranch because of water. Of course he left Oregon because the Government mismanaged water and caused flooding. Now the Nevada folks are trying to take his water, and he lives in the driest state in the Union.
48:02
May 4, 2020
Rural Route Radio May 1, 2020 Arm Veteran Loreen Legendre joins from Arizona with a vital message for business's about hiring Veterans
Loreen may have only served in the United States Army from 1986-1990 but her passion for the "fraternity" is absolutely infectious. This is a perfect Red Shirt Friday edition of Rural Route Radio.
48:03
May 1, 2020
Loos Tales for May 1, 2020 How many State's Governors told the Federal Government, no we don't want more money? Nebraska Ricketts has.
Today on Loos Tales the state of Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts show his no-nonsense approach to Governing a state.
03:30
May 1, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 30, 2020 Yvette Herrell is running for U.S. Representative in New Mexico its time to protect our borders for real, not just give lip service
What does it take to really represent the will of the people in today's political world? Yvette Herrell shares why she thinks she can do just that.
48:03
April 30, 2020
Loos Tales for April 30, 2020 Lets talk real monopolies in the meat business and where does that take us?
Elliot Dennis Economist from UNL has taken an 18 year look at the price paid to producers, packers and retailers in the beef business. I am not sure how many will be surprised but I think it should drive our discussion quite a bit more frequently.
03:30
April 30, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 29, 2020 Constantly seeking solutions, Dale Ludwig current President of Protect The Harvest with discussions nobody wants
From euthanizing animals to the closing of ethanol plants we discuss the hard core topics today on Rural Route Radio.
48:02
April 29, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 28, 2020 "Across the Pond" did you know 1851 the Irish potato famine killed 1 million people, it was Government not a plight?
Despite what you learned in school history books the Irish potato famine was caused the Crown instead of a plight on the potato. Today in the United States we have a serious disruption in the food business and it seems to be Government caused not COVID-19. Andrew Henderson and I compare notes Across the Pond.
48:02
April 28, 2020
Loos Tales for April 28, 2020 Sandhills Beef Company is hiring big for Hooker County, Nebraska
Today the reset button has been hit for the U.S. food system. Jacob Wingebach of Sandhills Beef Company is the right person at the right time for custom processing of local meat products.
03:30
April 28, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 27, 2020 Hank Vogler and I discuss the history of killing food animals, and why farmers/ranchers should have zero concern about consumer invasions
We are unquestionably living in historic times. With that massive amount of food being wasted what will availability be like at the retail level. If you visit with those who survived the Great Depression great times were ahead. Question being who is going to survive?
48:03
April 27, 2020
Loos Tales for April 27, 2020 I know of no better part of the pig business than the smiles kids give when their pig project arrives
AKSARBEN Stock Show 2020 will unveiling a brand new program called Pig Challenge. Today I walk through exactly why I am so excited about what we expect to accomplish from this new program. 
03:30
April 27, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 24, 2020 Anti-hunger advocate Diane Sullivan brings interesting perspective to meeting nutritional demands amid shut down, we don't always agree
Indeed the need for food through Food Pantries and SNAP is accelerating by the day. So I pose two solutions to the bottleneck issue when it comes to food availability, not sure Diane thinks it will work. Please you share your solutions?
48:03
April 24, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 23, 2020 The dairyman has been packing lunch for too many CEO's for too long. Joe Arens retired Corporate Financial Manager hows it laid out.
Did you know that the U.S. dairy check-off is just short of $400 million annually? With that kind of cash why is dairy consumption significantly under what it should be? Today retired automobile financial manager Joe Arens from Michigan lays it all out for us.
48:04
April 23, 2020
Loos Tales April 23, 2020 The Loos girls interview Grandpa Kieborz on his 80th birthday, it is priceless
All kids should have the blessing of growing up in the company of their grandparents. Today Lindsi and Landri J. get the opportunity to share their Grandpa Eldon Kieborz with the world.
03:31
April 23, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 22, 2020 Rural Colorado has huge issues today and they seem to be multiplying from the Governors desk, Sen Sonnenberg with details
Small business's particularly in Rural America are on the brink of a financial disaster. At this time we all seem to really be understanding the importance of a strong leader as a Governor. Today we share a word of wisdom for officials at the local level. 
48:04
April 22, 2020
Loos Tales for April 22, 2020 Horse drawn corn slides available to good home, Robert Farnam Brush, CO is making an offer on good faith
Robert Farnam of High Country Cattle Supply in Brush, CO is not wanting to part with his pull type ground driven bar mower but is offering 3 horse drawn corn slides to anyone willing to restore them.  In addition his family tree has many interesting forks in history road. 
04:40
April 22, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 21, 2020 "Across the Pond" today Andrew brings us the "real cheddar" maker from UK, Giles Barber of Barber Cheddar Cheese
So I am willing to bet that there are many interesting facts about cheese in this program that you do not know. How grass and pigs have shape the cheese making business, that is your clue.
48:03
April 21, 2020
Loos Tales for April 21, 2020 Dr Glynn Tonsor on whether grocery store shelves will be void of meat soon, but you must have gas to get there?
KSU Livestock Economist Dr. Glynn Tonsor with a very real look at the near future on food availability. 
03:30
April 21, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 20, 2020 Hank Vogler why pre-WWII did we have 70 million sheep, today less than 6 million?
Today on Rural Route the first half we take about how absurd Big Brother is continuing to look out for our health, so they say. But the second half of this discussion really dives into the real sheep scenario and why we are where we are. Many lessons to be learned here in my mind.
48:03
April 20, 2020
Loos Tales for April 20, 2020 Under the Cover of COVID-19 Chicago may attempt to ban horse/carriages this week
Dr. Olivia Rudolphi is equine veterinarian and currently the President of the Illinois State Veterinary Association we discuss the health and well-being of horses working in cities like Chicago. The push is to ban this essential aspect of Chicago this week. Your action requested.
12:16
April 19, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 17, 2020 Dr Glynn Tonsor KSU Livestock Economist with current status of livestock producers and how it will affect meat availability to consumer
Clearly this is an unprecedented time in American Agriculture. The only comparison can be the era of The Great Depression, so where do we go from here? Dr. Glynn Tonsor brings us a very rooted approach to the situation.
48:02
April 17, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 16, 2020 Dr. Nathan Bryan with essential living details on health and wellbeing, Nitric Oxide is at top of list
Dr. Nathan Bryan in the world leading authority on nitrite and nitrate leading to nitric oxide production in the human body. If you do not have adequate level of nitric oxide and blood flow is restricted you will have health challenges. Learn how to avoid those.
48:02
April 17, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 13, 2020 Hank Vogler reminds us Socialism is the equal distribution of misery. Who said it first though?
Today Hank Vogler shares with us he has been informed that his best wool crop ever may need to be buried in the earth because there is no place for it to go. In addition we talk about the unbelievably reality of a #Famine.
48:02
April 13, 2020
Loos Tales for April 13, 2020 Ivermectin will kill COVID-19 after it kills you says Dr. Meredyth Jones from OSU
There has been a big buzz that cattle delouser will indeed kill COVID-19 and today on Loos Tales Dr. Meredyth Jones addresses the topic. Her assessment is that used at the level needed in the human body to kill the virus, it will first kill the human. Don't do it.
03:30
April 13, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 10, 2020 John Bolin joins me monthly to discuss latest animal rights issues, but today we can't we have too much fun its Good Friday
John Bolin retired U.S. Marshall from Indiana and on this monthly discussion about animal rights we determine that laughter may be the best Good Friday prescription of all.
48:03
April 10, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 9, 2020 WY Navy Veteran Tyler Lindholm joins to discuss the Food Freedom releases consumers from restrictions in buying food from neighbors
Wyoming Rancher, State Rep, Electrician and Veteran Tyler Lindholm represents NE WY in all areas of freedom. Listen some folks talk about Liberty and others act on it.
48:04
April 9, 2020
Loos Tales for April 9, 2020 from 1902 to 1925 John Schulte from Norway, IA invested 6 generation of hog breeding to develop the Hereford pig
Who in today's world will take the time, 6 generations that is, to develop something that matters. I think far too often we are wired to receive instant gratification and hopefully we can find some of the old school resiliency we once had.
03:30
April 9, 2020
Pebble in the Pond April 8, 2020 Andrew Henderson and Phil Langslow Director of Country Milk Products deep dive into WHOLE UK milk situation
This short broadcast will bring about a great awareness to the dumping on British farmers that occurred in the retail space by the controlling EU food ownership. We need consumers globally to be aware and ask more question about who, where and how their food was produced.
18:03
April 8, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 8, 2020 Live debate with Wayne Hsiung animal rights activist Berkeley, CA on the merits of animal agricutlure
This will be the third time that Wayne Hsiung and myself have had a debate on Facebook live about the merits of animal agriculture. I attempt to clearly verify that the consumption of food animals does lead to healthier planet and human body.
48:04
April 8, 2020
Loos Tales for April 8, 2020 National Beer Day 2020 because in 1933 the Volstead Act was passed, beer back the beer
Do you know the overall economic value of beer? Where would farmers be today if it were not for the beer business?
03:30
April 8, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 6, 2020 "Across the Pond" the US/UK farming parrellel are unbelieveable, dumping milk throwing away hog belly
This week my UK friend Andrew Henderson and Ag Inspirations Kim Bremmer compare notes on the struggles with farmers on each side of the pond. We find they are identical and we also know that within 30 days farmers are subject to leave the business if something doesn't change.
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April 7, 2020
Dakota Trails and Tales April 6, 2020 Could it be someone actually makes Marty Beard look normal? He thinks Tiger Man does
So does Tiger man Joe Exotic actually cave and seek help from the very same animal rights groups who worked at putting him in prison?
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April 6, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 6, 2020 Hank Vogler and I succeed in my quest today we talk A-Z sheep production, he drops 5000 lambs in 17 days. No Politics, No COVID-19
What is it really like herding sheep in the Western Big Range country of Nevada? Hank has the first band of sheep shorn and lambing is just about to start. What has the introduction of Australian Merino genetics done for Hank in his sheep flock?
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April 6, 2020
Loos Tales April 6, 2020 Nina Teicholz on the USDA/HHS Dietary Guideline Committte burying the rigorous science on low carb they don't want
Nina Teicholz wrote the book The Big Fat Surprise and is Executive Director of The Nutrition Coalition. Today she point blank shares with us the bias attempt to keep American's unhealthy by hiding real science about protein and fat consumption. https://www.nutritioncoalition.us/
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April 6, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 3, 2020 Nina Teicholz of Nutrition Coalition ask why diet related chronic disease kills 1.6 million annually not news COVID-19 is?
Nina Teicholz authored the book "The Big Fat Surprise" and has exposed the falsehoods of the past 40 years worth of unhealthy dietary advice. Today she is Executive Director of the Nutrition Coalition and trying to get the Dietary Guidelines to follow advice of rigorous science. Why is that not happening? We dive in today.
48:03
April 3, 2020
Loos Tales for April 3, 2020 The USA Free Future depends on troops and farmers/ranchers and foreign owned food companies are not Partiots
Today we major problems with our current food system and beef packers make record margins and cattlemen are ailing. Dairymen have been struggling for years and now told to sell cows and dump milk. The picture is very ugly and needs a reset, NOW.
03:30
April 3, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 2, 2020 Rodger Savory draws a very clear picture we have a reset in farming opportunity to ensure Goliath doesn't consume Davey any more
Rodger Savory has conducted consulting in 63 countries around the world. He thinks about all living in a holistic way. Today we clearly walk through how we have strayed from what is best for community and human health. 
48:03
April 2, 2020
Loos Tales for April 2, 2020 Rodger Savory my guest as we talk David versus Goliath laws and how it's time for a reset to county based farming
Just like politics why shouldn't farming and food produced by county based? Rodger Savory consults has consulted on holistic management of life and shares his experiences with us here today.
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April 2, 2020
Rural Route Radio April 1, 2020 Bob Golden my guest we talk a great blend of yesterday and today with one common dominator "necessity master of innovation"
A conversation way overdue with my friend Bob Golden from Fresno, CA joins me for a fun historical content discussion about life today. We do a bit of time traveling yet recognize all the history is about teaching about where we are today. 
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April 1, 2020
Loos Tales for April 1, 2020 ND Representative Dr. Rick Becker explains what it means to flatten the curve at the expense of civil liberties and why it isn't worth it.
North Dakota Dr. Rick Becker explains very simply and logically why flattening the curve is too expensive on human life.
03:30
April 1, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 31, 2020 "Across the Pond" Andrew Henderson and Cody Schmick of Kinkaider Brewing largest Nebraska craft brewery joins
The Kinkaider Brewing Company based in Broken Bow, NE has a story not only behind how it gets its name but also each beer they brew and sell. Andrew has tons of questions and we cover the gamete from Kinkaid Act to grinding thousands of pounds of habanero peppers to put in beer. The Kinkaid Act of 1904 is a U.S. statute that amended the 1862 Homestead Act so that one section of public domain land could be acquired free of charge, apart from a modest filing fee. It applied specifically to 37 counties in northwest Nebraska, in the general area of the Nebraska Sandhills.
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March 31, 2020
Loos Tales for March 31, 2020 A tribute to great friend of anybody who knew Leroy Vollmer from Boonville, MO
Tuesday March 31, 2020 we celebrate the life of one of the kindest men I have ever met. Leroy Vollmer was never to busy to stop and have a visit. He pretended like he was learning so much, he was a sponge but he had so much wisdom to share. My life is enhanced because was such a dear friend for so long.
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March 31, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 30, 2020 Nevada Rancher Hank Vogler drives 1700 miles to gather enough food to feed his 20 H2A workers
Hank Vogler runs sheep and cattle on Federal Lands in Nevada. Last week as he was driving 1700 miles gathering food to feed his men he accidentally got involved in a local man hunt for whackjob who killed a State Trooper.
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March 30, 2020
Loos Tales for March 30, 2020 Rewind to UK trip a month ago Web of Cheese Shop of Nottingham we come up with online tasting, or not
As the COVID-19 virus will one day run its course we will need to rebuild the world economy. Trade and marketing will be the avenue to get that done and Web at Nottingham Cheese Shop has quite the variety in house, over 200 hundred cheeses including grassy, herby ewe's milk cheese.
03:30
March 30, 2020
Loos Tales Special Report Mar 27, 2020 Democrats are using #COVID-19 to fund special interest ($2.2 TRILLION) and Republicans are helping may vote today
With a  quick 2 min glimpse about the increasing debt and spending must come under control. Adam Andrzejewski from OpenTheBooks.com speak up today.
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March 27, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 27, 2020 Let no good crisis get away without Political Class filling coffers OpenTheBooks.com with scary details of $2.2 trillion spending
Adam Andrzejewski Founder and CEO of OpenTheBooks.com has full details of the obese spending in the name of Coronavirus Protection. From jet fuel to the National Endowment of the Arts and National Public Radio they are all standing to gain millions. The Republic needs your voice now.
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March 27, 2020
Loos Tales for March 27, 2020 Shout out to America's HealthCare workers the fastest growing profession in the next 6 years.
Today we need to recognize the efforts of healthcare workers who put their personal health on the line to help others. Currently represents 14% of all workers in the U.S. and will need 8.1 million new workers in the next 6 years.
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March 27, 2020
Loos Tales for March 26, 2020 Understanding real risk and conquer fear with Cowboy Ethics, Dwight Moudy
Dwight Moudy from Elkhart, IN spends everyday in schools educating kids about Cowboy Ethics. One of the great myths about the Cowboy Culture is what the true risk was trailing cattle in the huge cattle drive era. Who are you willing to cross a river with?
03:31
March 26, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 26, 2020 OK Senator Casey Murdock joins as we question why import pork from Poland and beef from Brazil
Sen Murdock has sponsored a bill in OK that would give preference to OK products produced in Oklahoma. What are the real challenges in developing a truly sustainable local meat, milk and egg production infrastructure? 
48:04
March 26, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 25, 2020 Cowboy Ethics back in not only school but parenting, Dwight Moudy with details
This discussion clearly revolves around the basic Cowboy Ethics that truly shaped our nation. Today Dwight Moudy and myself discuss how COVID-19 will or will not change the educational structure but also how great movies like The Cowboys provide great teaching opportunities.
48:02
March 25, 2020
Loos Tales for March 25, 2020 The joys and heartbreaks of parenting your children, celebrate life
Honestly this is a tough one. Our oldest Libbi Loos turns 22 years old today and yet one of our dear family friends loses their 21 year old this week. Cherish every moment, keep them close.
03:30
March 25, 2020
Loos Tales for March 24, 2020 Lacey Block and the Ranchers Rebellion is on great story of diversity in farm income
Lacey Block is 6th generation U.S. cattle operation in the Dakota's have found a way to sell more directly to the consumer and keeping up is the great challenge.
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March 24, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 24, 2020 Across the Pond with Andrew Henderson UK on how COVID-19 is impacting citizens
 Rural Route Radio Mar 24, 2020 Across the Pond with Andrew Henderson UK tells us they are seeking 100 new milkmen for home delivery and China mandates citizens increase milk consumption for immune health. To watch a video broadcast https://youtu.be/hwr-rIJ_t-U
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March 24, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 23, 2020 Hank Vogler joins and grocery stores in Nevada seeing fights
I really don't understand with over production of milk, meat and eggs happening why can't the grocery stores be restocked? We discuss this and continued labor shortages in the food system.
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March 23, 2020
Loos Tales Special Report March 21, 2020 Ordinary folks doing extrordinary things this week Sam L. Smith release "Blue Jackets" the song
Sam L. Smith has been giving a talent from God to entertain and educate folks through songs. This young man from Mt Sterling, KY has participated in the National FFA Talent competition for the past two years and now has written his first song which will undoubtedly touch millions of lives.  Listen to the song on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yag6kCKaqFE
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March 21, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 20, 2020 Need a distraction from #virus talk? Mark Miller of "Sawyer Brown" has been providing that for 38 years
Today Mark Miller shows what a true Patriot he is for the middle of the USA. He shares with us the relationship with Brook Berringer that led to the writing and production of The Nebraska Song. This is just one of the conversations that when it over you will say, glad I spent the time. 
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March 20, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 19, 2020 Diane Sullivan today we dive in on Food Policy problem or solution to Food Affordability?
Diane Sullivan is Champion of Food Affordability from the Boston, MA area. Today we check in to get the pulse of those who call Urban America home and how they are coping with current COVID-19 situation.
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March 19, 2020
Loos Tales for March 19, 2020 Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts understands the importance of business at this strained time
Livestock markets are already volatile enough we can not have packing plants shutting down because of labor shortages as well. Gov Ricketts will weigh in on that importance
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March 19, 2020
Rural Route Radio Mar 18, 2020 Brian Thompson and Kim Bremmer join to talk about what we are missing with non-stop COVID-19 buzz
Is this just truly a distraction from something? Where is the silver lining in the storm? We actually cover a lot of great ground in this discussion including this day in history Mar 18, 1766 the British Government Repealed the Stamp Act.
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March 18, 2020
Loos Tales for Mar 18, 2020 we have created the opportunity for healthy lifestyle choices, are you missing beef creating vulnerabilities?
Beef is the absolute best source of heme iron and the world's citizens are iron deficient. I hope you not part of the vegan religion and choose to make yourself vulnerable to disease and problematic healing because you don't understand that. 
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March 18, 2020
Rural Route Radio Mar 17, 2020 "Across the Pond" with Andrew and "The Stray Dog" on London Cow Ghee and Libya liberation
Today we launch the maiden voyage of Across the Pond on Rural Route Radio. It is time we ramp up proper communication globally and Andrew Henderson from the UK is the perfect Bloke to do that with.  Today we give the history of Middle East, Africa, Libya and what Ghee actually is. Abbie El Beshri is truly a living hero for his selfless act in liberating the Libya citizens after 42 years of oppression. 
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March 17, 2020
Loos Tales for March 17, 2020 Seth Evenson on the history and heritage of "Chislic" a St Patty's Day Staple
Meat  on a stick is not a new concept, nor is it unique to any one area. Some  say that as soon as the mythological Greek Titan Prometheus gave fire  to the nations, they simultaneously learned to cook meat on a skewer,  but each in their own way. Truth be told, meat on a stick has been found  all over the world for centuries, a simple and ancient dish of nomads  and herdsmen.
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March 17, 2020
Rural Route Radio Mar 16, 2020 Hank Vogler we discuss much but disagree on the need for Constitutional Convention
So how does the current state of affairs effect your thought process of Constitutional Convention? Primarily is term limits the greatest challenge we face? We must protect the Electoral College. And how do we cope with restrictions in being a small business? All of this and much more today with Hank Vogler.
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March 16, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 13, 2020 Vietnam Veterans led my Wayne Johnson of Clay Center, NE gather in Lincoln
Today we are thinking about a whole other set of challenges but maybe this conversation with a platoon from Vietnam and the challenges they faced protecting our freedom will help you get your mind on something other than COVID-19. This is certainly a very special Red Shirt Friday tribute and I am honored to be in their presence. 
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March 16, 2020
Loos Tales for March 16, 2020 Folks are begining to compare COVID-19 to Spanish Flu 1918
Interesting to note officials believe the Spanish Flu virus that killed 50 million worldwide in 1918 actually began in Haskell County, KS. Not sure whether wild pigs or migrating Sandhill Cranes regardless 1918 was very interesting and devastating year in the world. Today on Loos Tales we share the commonalities of both.
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March 16, 2020
Loos Tales for March 13, 2020 Landri J. Loos our 14 year old Freshman from the History Day Fair takes over
Landri takes over for her Dad on Loos Tales and conducts interview with two fellow exhibitors at the 2020 National History Day Regional contest at the University of Nebraska, Kearney.
03:30
March 13, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 12, 2020 Dr. Caitlin Youngquist U of WY Extension with how farmers are solution to all waste
How can we prevent as much "waste" as possible from landfills? Furthermore if you can use cardboard and butcher scraps to improve soil health why wouldn't you? Today's discussion is tremendous at looking how farmers are the solution.
48:00
March 12, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 10, 2020 Seth Doulton keeps the importance of farmers top of mind in California Government
Okay so we may actually go down several rabbit holes in this conversation but Seth Doulton never waivers on the importance of agriculture in California and his work shows it every day. That and he looks so styling while doing it driving his infamous BEEFBOX.
48:00
March 12, 2020
Loos Tales March 12, 2020 Matt Heldt with Helena and all things soil health
The difference between "dirt" and "soil" is huge, do you know it? Matt Heldt walks us through how farmers are so focused on implemented management strategies today with soil health top of mind.
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March 12, 2020
Loos Tales for March 10, 2020 Amelia Breinig from Nebraska Department of Ag on State of Nebraska farming
The 32nd Nebraska Governor's Conference on Agriculture has concluded today in Kearney, NE and the assistant director of ag Amelia Breinig joins Loos Tales with the latest on all the happenings in Nebraska Agriculture. From hops to trade we cover it all.
04:28
March 11, 2020
Rural Route Radio March 3, 2020 Stuart Maclennen talking cheese and energy from Scotland
Obviously the pressure to be Carbon Cool is being felt my farmers and food processors in the UK. On this edition Stuart Maclennen explains how they are fulling those demands and taking it one step further in providing energy as well.
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March 10, 2020
Rural Route Radio Mar 5, 2020 Sherry Bunting
Today we discuss the importance of whole milk, dietary guidelines and school nutrition.
48:00
March 9, 2020