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Welp, this is it folks. The last episode of season 3. Max plays us out by recapping how his first year farming in Tennessee went. What went well? What would he do differently? What advice would he give his past self? Max shares all the salacious deta... more
It’s been a month, Sam’s sabbatical is over and this episode they talk all about it. What did he learn? What does he regret? Did he get really good at skateboarding? You’ll have to listen to find out. Oh and Max is still just farming except now it’s ... more
Sam and Max catch up after a month off. Max is winding down for the season as cooler weather finally approaches. Also he has a kitten now. His name is Poblano. What more do you need to know? Sam is nearing the end of his sabbatical and is trying to a... more
I saw this podcast mentioned somewhere and it parallels my own relationship with my brother. He’s a corporate consultant (and would ask many of the same comical but honest questions Sam does) and I’m currently an organic farmer. I’ve been listening while working at the farm and more than once there have been moments when Max talks about something immediately relevant to what I’m doing. So far I’m really enjoying the podcast!
Funny, wholesome, and informative podcast that pairs very well with walks in nature, or long drives
I enjoy the comparisons of their typical work weeks... I may be biased 😀
Great conversationalists and fun to listen to! Definitely recommend
These guys are smart and handsome and good. Their podcast is good.
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Fields of Work launched 3 years ago and published 54 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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