“The reason I decided to do it was because of my own journey where I had gone to college, got a degree in agriculture, had every intention of having my own cattle and my own farm. Woke up about 20 years after I had graduated college and didn’t have any of that. I decided that it was time so we bought a farm and once we bought the farm, I realized that I no longer wanted to stay in my city job and commute into the city every day so I started a business to help support us and help support me staying out on the farm. Once I had success with that and made that transition and became 100% agriculturally based, I was so overwhelmed with the transition in my life that I decided I wanted to share that with other people.” The podcast is celebrating the 1,000th episode . The show has grown to be an international brand associated with agricultural podcasting. Today, Off-Farm Income is released six times per week on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iTunes and many other podcast platforms.