5 Mins w/Chuck Jolley

Jolley: Five minutes with Nathan Runkle Executive Director of Mercy for Animals

Make no mistake, Mercy for Animals is a vegetarian-driven organization. Unlike a few other similar groups, they’re upfront and honest about it. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with John Stika and the CAB brand

A few trademarks come to mind when people think of certain products. Want to keep your coffee hot all day? Put it in a thermos, better known as a genuine Thermos® brand insulated beverage container. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with Jonathan Badger, Lee’s Marketplace

How does a small grocery store chain, closed nights and all day Sunday, compete against the supermarket giants? FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with Nancy Donley, President of STOP, discussing the safety of the food we eat

Let me take a heavy and ragged, but deep, breath here. This is not an easy subject to write about. Talking about it is even harder. This interview is about the needless death of children, and I can think of nothing in life that’s worse than watching your baby die. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with Twitter & tweeting for ethanol

Using social networking sites, Chuck Jolley checks to see what people are saying about the status of the ethanol industry and the future outlook. Chuck finds that some of the short, concise posts are meaningful. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with Tom Ryan, Chief Concept Officer of Smashburger

Many of you dear readers probably don’t remember the first big premium burger boom. It was three long decades ago and gave us some now familiar places like Fuddruckers and Red Robin. The concept was simple – “If McDonald’s can sell quarter pounders for as much as half a buck, there might be room for a better burger in the two dollar range.” FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with Jon Wooster - Going to Washington with USCA’s Cow Boss and Friends

Jon Wooster is the Cow Boss at the United States Cattlemen’s Association. One of the primary movers and shakers of that organization, he rounded up a few of his friends and traveled to Washington a few weeks ago. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with Mitch Johnson and today’s cattle feeding challenges

Even with record highs in cattle futures, cattle feeders are concerned with corn prices in the $6-7/bushel neighborhood, continual declines in the cowherd, and higher fuel prices. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with Kevin Carrazzone, ShopRite meat director

Kevin Carrazzone is an Easterner, “meat head,” leader and protein-pusher—all those titles fit, too. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with CJ Hunt, the perfect human diet and a great steak

We’ve all heard about the pop-diet gurus who push a vegetarian or near vegetarian diet on the public, usually by quoting each other as ‘trusted’ sources. That pop-science flick “Food, Inc.” traveled down that same well-worn path to perdition. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five Minutes with Mark Pickering, hotel food supplies in Barbados

The day-time temperature in Kansas is starting to mellow out to the point where I’m not afraid of finding freeze-dried beef on the hoof out in the pasture. FULL STORY »

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