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From Alabama to Wyoming stations air the Living the Country Life radio program Monday - Friday.

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Host Jodi Henke shares tips from experts across the United States to help you around your acreage. If your favorite station doesn't carry the show, call them and ask for it!

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7/15/19 | 2:58 PM
We know monarchs need milkweed to reproduce, but how big should the milkweed patches be and how far apart? A team of Iowa State University researchers is putting tracking devices on the insects to monitor flight patterns and see how the butterflies move to milkweed and flowering plants for nectar... listen now
7/8/19 | 8:47 AM
From multi-course meals to family pizza nights, farmers are launching dining experiences on their farms which is diversifying their income streams. And the public is eating it up. Lisa Kivirist is with an organization called “Renewing the Countryside” which has developed a free... listen now
7/1/19 | 3:10 PM
In many parts of the country, hay harvesting happens simultaneously with wildlife nesting and brooding in the hay field. This creates a conflict with grassland birds, rabbits, deer, and other animals trying to raise their young. Pat Keyser is the director of the Center for Native Grasslands... listen now
7/1/19 | 3:01 PM
It’s a pain to remove all the silk when you’re husking sweet corn. However, you wouldn’t be eating any if the silks weren’t there. And if you’re picking off a lot of the stringy stuff, you’ve probably got a nice, full ear of corn. All corn plants are a bit of... listen now
6/24/19 | 9:56 AM
Cattle, sheep and goat producers need to be on the lookout to make sure Palmer amaranth, leafy spurge and other invasive weed seeds don’t sneak in with grain screenings or dockage used as feed. When the whole seed is consumed, the hard, outside seed coat can protect the seed from being... listen now
6/18/19 | 3:20 PM
A flood is devastating to homes, livelihoods and infrastructure. After waters recede there’s one area of concern that might be overlooked – the safety of garden produce. There are a number of pathogens that could contaminate a flooded vegetable garden. The biggest concerns are... listen now
6/18/19 | 3:12 PM
Manage the natural resources on your land by implementing a conservation plan. The benefits include protecting the soil and productivity, improving water quality, and attracting wildlife. The Natural Resources Conservation Service can help you figure it all out. Julie Falcon is a resource... listen now
6/3/19 | 9:26 AM
Technology is bringing help for ailing animals literally at your fingertips. Farmers who don’t have a veterinarian close by can have difficulty getting quick credible information and resources for their animal health and management issues. A team of Prairie View A&M University researchers... listen now
6/3/19 | 9:26 AM
Technology is bringing help for ailing animals literally at your fingertips. Farmers who don’t have a veterinarian close by can have difficulty getting quick credible information and resources for their animal health and management issues. A team of Prairie View A&M University researchers... listen now
5/28/19 | 9:28 AM
Landscape fabrics are designed to prevent weeds from taking over your garden. They work by preventing sunlight from reaching germinating weeds while allowing air, water and nutrients through to the plants. They come in rolls and the cost varies depending on the brand and thickness. Kim Kemper is... listen now

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