Livestock Conservancy Launches New Podcast Series

The Livestock Conservancy has just launched a new podcast series about heritage breeds of livestock & poultry.

Pittsboro, NC, December 07, 2014 --( The Livestock Conservancy is proud to announce the rollout of their new podcast series. Each podcast will not only introduce people to Heritage Breeds and breeders, but share the history and importance of saving each animal from extinction.

If you are not currently aware, podcasts are a free radio/television-like shows that center around certain topics like science, green lifestyle living, business, kids & family, news & politics and many others. They are produced by professionals and posted to the Internet for download. You can easily listen or watch them on your computer, smart phone, iPad, iPod, or any portable media player. (The name derives from the combination of "iPod" and "broadcast.")

They can be downloaded individually or subscribed to so that each new episode of the podcast is automatically downloaded to your computer. You can subscribe to podcasts directly at the iTunes Store, Stitcher, or any of the other podcast streams that are available. Currently there are over 575 million active subscribers on iTunes and that number is growing daily.

The Livestock Conservancy works with farmers, chefs, historians, consumers, and others around the nation to protect genetic diversity in agriculture. Just like there are heirloom seeds that need saving, the Conservancy works to protect heritage breeds – for the security of our agricultural system.

The Conservancy is currently seeking sponsors and interview candidates to feature in the new podcast series. Those who are interested should contact the show's host, C S Wurzberger, at

This podcast series is a way of connecting people worldwide with each Heritage breed and the people working to save them. Listen today:
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Ryan Walker
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