On today’s episode of the Future of Agriculture Podcast, I am extremely excited to chat with a guest with whom I have the utmost respect for and who I am in awe of. Dr. Temple Grandin is an author and a professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University who is passionate about agriculture and the people involved in it. Temple has revolutionized the industry with practices she devised and is a highly-regarded internationally known speaker on the subjects of autism and cattle handling.
Temple’s incredible story of overcoming personal and professional challenges to revolutionize the agriculture industry, a sector which is set in its ways, will blow your mind. She is an inspiration to everyone in general and to people who want to break into an industry where they don’t necessarily fit the mold.
Temple brings value, wisdom, and inspiration to today’s show and I’m honored and humbled to interview her. She is passionate about keeping the agriculture industry alive and shares her invaluable advice for those seeking a life in the agricultural sector.
“Students get interested in things they get exposed to.” – Dr. Temple Grandin
This Week on The Future of Agriculture Podcast:
Temple discloses her experiences in the agriculture industry in the 20th century.
She expounds on the ethics of eating animals.
Temple speaks about encouraging all types of careers in the agriculture industry and keep it in the forefront.
She talks about how to best serve people in the industry who are visual learners or thinkers.
She gives you information and advice on autism.
She tells us what she likes most about teaching students.
Temple recounts about her life since the movie about her aired.
She talks about improvements in the agriculture and food processing industry.
Temple tells us about what’s changed in animal handling.
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