Author: Ryan Goodman

Ryan Goodman lives in Colorado, is an avid trail and ultrarunner, and works with farmers and ranchers to help them share their stories of agriculture and how food is raised. Connect with Ryan online as @BeefRunner. #TeamBeef.

How A Plant-Based Diet Made Me A Stronger Ultrarunner

If you’ll scroll back to episode 40 of the Beef Runner podcast, you’ll see I had a conversation with Registered Dietitian Nicole Rodriguez. During that conversation, we discussed the definition of a plant-based diet and ever since then, my wheels have been turning. I’ve been thinking about my own diet and how choosing a stronger […]

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Meat Scientist Janeal Yancey | Over A Beer 041

Surely I’m not alone in having left those leftovers on the counter overnight. Are they safe to eat? What’s the best way to store meat in the freezer? And what is a meat scientist, anyway?!? We have the answers to those and even more of your meat questions. This week on the podcast, Carrie Mess […]

Food Connections with Registered Dietitian, Nicole Rodriguez | Over A Beer Podcast 040

In the current time of social distancing, there is a lot more than Zoom calls that can bring us all together – and that is food. Carrie and Ryan bring a guest to the Over A Beer podcast series to discuss these food connections. During the course of our conversation, we see how much rural […]

We Cannot Cook with Dairy Carrie | Over A Beer Podcast 039

It’s safe to say that things have drastically changed over the past few weeks, but one topic that has definitely risen to the top is access to food. Whether it be families with more time on their hands or searching shelves at the grocery store that have been picked over, we’ve found ourselves cooking more […]

Farm Accidents with Dairy Carrie | Over A Beer Podcast 037

In 2017, farm accidents resulted in the deaths of 416 farmers and farmworkers. Every day, about 100 agricultural workers suffer a lost-work-time injury. In 2014, an estimated 12,000 youth were injured on farms; 4,000 of these injuries were due to farm work. These statistics from the CDC are sobering. But these events are preventable. On […]

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