As an established grower there are lots of reasons to pull out one variety and replace it with another. What, when, why and how?
Fabricating is, of course, building something proven with a plan and purpose. When you’re in need of a quick fix you “cobble something together”. So what is Fabricobbling? Using the experience and skills at your disposable to create a one-of-a-kind machine that you, and only you, require. This week we’ll entertain you with hop yard […]
How cheap can I make this and how much can I sell it for? Balancing making your business profitable with “you get what you pay for”.
Should you spend a premium on brand new equipment, or save a bunch while inheriting someone else’s problems with used? As always the answer is “it depends”.
Hopnologist profile! We sit down with Chad to learn more about his path into hop production and expansion into the world of distribution. http://www.thebineyard.com/ https://drinknycraft.com/
It’s our show, we can talk about whatever we want, and today it’s twine. Mechanical spiders spinning PLA twine? You heard it here first.
What do people like more than technical articles and the right way to do things? Horror stories of things gone wrong! We share some fun from past catastrophes (most of them man-made of course).
There’s a fine line between “that’s a creative way to save some time and/or money” and “uh oh, what did I just do?”. Sometimes those great ideas don’t work out too well, leading to the eternal battle between Current James and Future James.
This week we discuss some of the beer trends of 2020 and then get into where farming could be in the next 20 years. It’s full of odd concepts like “share of throat”, “hippie vinegar tea” and “decorating the cow with data”. Also, see what happens when Gregg tries a really unpleasant beer.
Moving hops from Point A to Point B. Pretty simple, right? Not so much.