In this episode we are joined by Mike Palmier and Jeff Bennett. We dive into how these two collaborate and use technology to improve Jeff’s operation agronomically. You’re going to get some great insights into this approach, how they’re balancing agronomy with logistics, and how they’re integrating multiple technologies to capture the synergies between them. Mike is the owner/operator of Max Ag Consulting, which specializes in field scouting services and works with technology providers like SWAT Maps and Crop Intelligence soil moisture probes. Jeff is a 4th generation farmer who has been farming full time for the past eight years in the Dodsland, Saskatchewan area. Jeff grows a variety of crops including lentils and canola. Because of their collaboration, Mike is able to test new techniques and protocols on Jeff’s farm which offers a great chance for all of us to learn from their experiences and journey into variable rate technologies. “There are times where I will add a product like a zinc on a zone one and four on a field, so a hilltop and upper slope, and not put it anywhere else in the field. We're putting in higher rates, more meaningful rates, getting good yield response in year one with doing that, but actually not spending as much money as we would be if we did that nutrient over the entire farm.”- Mike Palmier, Owner/Operator of Max Ag ConsultingOn Today’s Episode:1:56 - Discover what sparked the friendship and collaboration between Mike and Jeff and how their relationship has evolved over time3:58 - Jeff shares his introduction and journey into variable rate technology and the data his farm is producing3:45 - Mike shares his approach and goals for Jeff’s farm resulting in a compilation of data over years to analyze and create the most efficiency9:36 - Jeff shares the pitfalls and limitations of relying on incomplete data and variables out of his control. He goes on to describe what tangible information he finds highly valuable when using variable rate technology.12:39 - Explore the use and integration of Crop Intelligence moisture probes with SWAT maps while evaluating crop potential and making adjustments to additives.17:31 - Learn how Jeff balances his pursuit of data with his bottom line, amount and type of inputs and making his operation financially successful.22:58- Explore what the future holds for their collaborative efforts using variable rates and SWAT MAPSFollow both our guests on Twitter @MikePalmier and @JeffBennett44Make sure you subscribe to this show on your podcast platform of choice. You’ll find the SWAT Agronomy Podcast on all of them: iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, etc. If you have a question you want answered on a future episode, send it to us on Twitter using the hashtag #SWATAgronomy. The SWAT Agronomy Podcast is brought to you by SWAT MAPS, and hosted by Tim Hammerich.
From concept to reality, the creator of ‘The Wall’ shares how his idea became the number one game show in the world. Jeff Bennett’s entrepreneurial spirit and passion for mental health awareness is also discussed.
#44 Taint Bandaid: Sex-Tech for Premature Ejaculation (with Jeff Bennett)
Men, Sex & Pleasure with Cam Fraser
On this episode of the #mensexpleasure podcast, I chat with Jeff Bennett. Jeff is the founder and CEO of Morari Medical, an innovative sexual health and wellness company. A proven medical device industry leader, Jeff has more than 20 years of sales and marketing experience, with the level of his role and responsibilities increasing over the course of his career. After two decades in the medical device industry, Jeff sees a world where all beings can enjoy their sexuality freely with confidence, curiosity and control. Morari Medical’s mission is to restore confidence in sexual health. The start-up is a pioneer of wearable tech that enables all to create the climactic journey and sexual experience they desire. Jeff and I talk about his company and the technology they’re using for their new device that aims to treat premature ejaculation. We also discuss the problem with the label of premature ejaculaion. Key Points: - Jeff’s shares Morari Medical’s mission statement - Current treatments for premature ejaculation - Sex-tech and a burgeoning industry - The Taint Bandaid - Neurostimulation and the ejaculatory response - The problem with premature ejacultion - Marketing sexual products and devices - Future directions for Morari Medical Relevant Links: Morari Medical’s website: https://www.morarimedical.com/
What is it Like to Run a Business in California During the Pandemic? With Jeff Bennett
Chris Spangle Show - We Are Libertarians Podcast Network
Jeff Bennet owns and operates ice cream stores and a cafe in Fresno, California. He joins Chris Spangle to talk about the challenges of navigating a business through both a pandemic and odious government policies. (Editor's Note: The Stay-at-home order was lifted in California without warning this past weekend. We'd like to think he got wind of this devastating interview and its effect on the body politic.) The Revue - https://www.therevuefresno.com/ Ampersand Ice Cream - https://www.ampersandicecream.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On knowing your numbers, raising bison, and being a wizard — a LIVE! Q&A with Jeff Bennett
It’s not just any farmer who thinks, “I should invite all of North American ag Twitter to my farm,” but Jeff Bennett is not just any farmer. Grain farmer, board member, and sometimes bison rancher, Bennett farms near Dodsland, Sask., with his wife Shilow and their two kids. Bennett recently stepped in to the full-time... Read More
10 - A Moment for Kids: “The Smee Shake Boogie Break” by Jeff Bennett
A Moment of Your Time
Jeff Bennett is one of the most prolific and steadiest working voiceover actors in the last 30 years. With over two thousand credits to his name, he’s voiced such fan favorites as Johnny Bravo, Petrie in The Land Before Time, Kowalski in The Penguins of Madagascar, Pip in Enchanted and The Man In the Yellow Hat in Curious George, as well as the classic Mr. Smee in Jake and The Neverland Pirates. He can currently be heard as Jonathan and Cagey in Disney’s Puppy Dog Pals, Bump Bumperman in Blaze and The Monster Machines for Nickelodeon, Dr. Wexler in Lego City Adventures, and Dog in If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. --------------------------------------------------------------------------Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time’s mission is to provide a space for expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. In this time of isolation, we may have to be apart but let’s create together. “A Moment for Kids”, a sub-series of” A Moment Of Your Time”, features pieces to share with your children to lift their (and your!) spirits, explain some complicated matters, and brighten everyone’s days. The sub-series could not have been made possible without the generous help of Mike Young and Splash Entertainment. Thank you for donating your time and creativity to help ease the minds of children in this complicated time. For more on Splash Entertainment visit https://www.splashentertainment.comA Moment for KidsSubmit your piece: https://www.curtco.com/amomentofyourtimeConcept by Jenny CurtisTheme music by Chris PorterLearn More: https://www.curtco.com/amomentofyourtimeAnd Follow Us On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amoytpodcastA CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
394: Q&A with Jeff Bennett - Private Police in Libertarian Society, Protecting the Economically Disadvantaged, Central Banking | The Path To Libertarianism
Chris Spangle Show - We Are Libertarians Podcast Network
Chris Spangle, Harry Price, Rhinehold, and Hodey Johns answer the following questions fro Jeff Bennett in another installment of The Path To Libertarianism Q&A. 00:23:09 - in a Libertarian Utopia how does policing work or how are major crimes (murder, grand theft) handled? Is policing centralized or multiple entities more like private security? If it is separate entities how does punishment work? 00:45:24 - going off of the Survival of the Fittest convo, how do Libertarians avoid “the rich getting richer and the poor poorer” when everything is privatized. (Due to the poor not being able to afford the same private services as the rich) 00:59:50 - how do public services, most specifically roads, street lights, and public access ways work in Libertarian environment? 00:1:12:03 - how does currency / central banking work? Is gold the standard? Is cryptocurrency the answer? 00:1:27:42 - I don’t believe that our society could go completely Lib overnight and that it would take some evolving to a truly libertarian society in America. How does the party band together to start making the changes needed to lay the groundwork for the future and what do those steps look like? Video - https://youtu.be/g8A6uhR8xbs Subscribe to the podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/we-are-libertarians Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/wearelibertarians Get The Libertarian Aurora email - http://eepurl.com/dDQSev Join the Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/wearelibertarians Listen to WAL Network Shows - https://wearelibertarians.com/shows/ Subscribe to the YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/WeAreLibertarians Start a Liberty & Chill - https://wearelibertarians.com/liberty-chill We are a proud member of http://www.libertarianpodcasts.com/.Support We Are Libertarians with Chris Spangle Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BONUS FULL SHOW, HOUR ONE: Astrophysicist Jeffrey Bennett on our solar system, black holes, the big bang, the possibilities of intelligent life in our universe, our bottleneck of technology and much more. HOUR TWO: Deep Prasad, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, extraterrestrial artifacts, UFOs and more. FOR FULL SHOWS, EVERY WEEK, PLEASE SUPPORT US ON PATREON Show Notes
Jeff Bennett oversees ESPN’s Stats & Information Group, which produces statistics and analytics that power all of ESPN’s platforms. Having been at ESPN for 25 years, Jeff’s career parallels the rise in sports data and analytics, and he is one of the most influential people in mainstream sports stats over the last quarter century. In this podcast, he discusses…- What ESPN’s Stats & Information Group does- How his interest in sports and numbers developed- Joining the ESPN research team and working shows like SportsCenter and Baseball Tonight- Starting the Sports Analytics team- Developing metrics like Total QBR- Working with the NFL’s NGS data- The future of sports analytics