Hotdish, The Just Food Co+op Podcast

Hotdish Episode 24: Larry Juhl says, “I was always fascinated with farming”

August 14, 2018

In this episode Vicki interviews Larry Juhl of Juhl Acres Farm near Lonsdale, Minnesota.

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From the Juhl Acres Website:

We hay our eighteen acres of pesticide free land and sell the hay to local horse enthusiasts. We are proud of our fourteen hens that lay for us beautiful brown and green organic eggs which are sold at the local C-store and to friends. We grow organic produce in our greenhouse and hope to begin selling produce at local famers markets in Minnesota.

Note: In this recording we discuss the fact that they do not currently have a website. That has changed. 

Larry runs the farm with is wife, Theresa. Both are pilots and horse lovers. 

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About the Theme Music: Hot Dish Wish by Joe Lawrence

Performed By: Potluck and The Hot Dishes


*Not featured in this episode*

About the Transition Music: The Music is by a Just Food Co-op Employee - Gordon Hayes

Cantankerous Kitten by Gordon Hayes

Keyboard - Peter Brown

Trombone - Aaron Buchanon

Guitar - Wes Carlson

Drums - Sten Duginski

Saxophone: - Gordon Hayes

Bass - Matt Tessier

Combo 1 Recording Session 4/14/2017

Mixed and Mastered by Gordon Hayes

Under the Direction of Ryan Frane

Recorded in Weber Music Hall by Music at UMD

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