Thinking Health w/ Natalie Kovaric and Tara Vanderdeusen
In this The Thinking Health Podcast episode, host Chris Ervin is joined by Natalie Kovaric and Tara Vanderdeusen, the Discover Ag docuseries and podcast creators. Natalie Kovaric and Tara Vanderdeusen are experts in agriculture, focusing on animal agriculture. With a combined following of over 210,000 people, these two experts in agriculture are on a mission to educate the public about the often-misunderstood world of animal agriculture.
Natalie Kovaric is a cattle farmer who manages her farm and has extensive knowledge about the cattle farming industry. She shares her experience and insights with her audience, helping to demystify the process of raising cattle and explaining the nutritional, environmental, and practical aspects of cattle farming.
Tara Vanderdeusen is a dairy farmer who runs a dairy farm and deeply understands the dairy industry. She educates people about the various aspects of dairy farming, including the care and management of dairy cows, milk production, and the environmental impact of dairy farming.
Listeners of this podcast episode will gain a wealth of knowledge about animal agriculture thanks to the expert insights and experiences shared by Natalie Kovaric and Tara Vanderdeusen. The conversation covers a wide range of topics, including the differences between dairy farming and cattle ranching, the pros and cons of grass-finished and grain-finished cattle, the environmental impact of animal agriculture, and the benefits of regenerative agriculture practices. Listeners will learn about the misconceptions surrounding animal agriculture and how Natalie and Tara are working to debunk them. They will also better understand where their food comes from and the importance of reconnecting with the food system. Overall, this podcast episode is an enjoyable and enlightening conversation that will leave listeners with a newfound appreciation for animal agriculture.
Thinking Health is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.