Omnivore’s Dilemma, Delusion or Delight — Blake Hurst - Farm To Table Talk
Farm To Table Talk
Do omnivores face a dilemma as Michael Pollan famously proposed in his popular book over a decade ago or is the dilemma a delusion? Farmer Blake Hurst who just completed 10 years as President of the Missouri Farm Bureau has practiced what he’s preached about farmer’s need to communicate. A dozen years ago when the Omnivore’s Dilemma brought global attention to modern farming methods, Blake responded with an article titled the Omnivore’s Delusion. https://www.aei.org/articles/the-omnivores-delusion-against-the-agri-intellectuals/ This led to the farmer from Missouri appearing with Michael Pollan on NPR’s Face of the Nation where they respectfully engaged in a too seldom heard consequential conversation. https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=113619474 Now a dozen years later Blake Hurst visits with us on why it is still important for farmers to resist their nature and instead speak up about what they do and why they do it. On Wednesdays at noon Pacific Time Farm To Table Talk will host conversations, including guests such as Blake in the new on-line audio chat for iPhone, Clubhouse. You can find us there and also find more information at our website FarmToTableTalk.com where you can also subscribe to receive our weekly podcasts. Thanks, Rodger Wasson
Blake Hurst on AFBF policy, China, USMCA, and WOTUS replacement
Digging In with Missouri Farm Bureau
The American Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention just wrapped up in Austin. Eric Bohl talked with Blake Hurst to go over changes to AFBF policy that will affect Missouri farmers, plus an update on trade deals with China, Canada, and Mexico, and the announcement of the Navigable Waters Protection Rule.