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Editor-in-Chief Betsy Freese and Editor/Host Jodi Henke share 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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8/31/15 | 10:11 AM
Are you sick of gardening yet or would you like to get more out of it? The season is winding down in many areas of the country, but you can extend it by building a hotbed or cold frame.  It’s a box with a clear roof, and the plants are grown inside. The only difference is the source of... listen now
8/31/15 | 10:11 AM
Are you sick of gardening yet or would you like to get more out of it? The season is winding down in many areas of the country, but you can extend it by building a hotbed or cold frame.  It’s a box with a clear roof, and the plants are grown inside. The only difference is the source of... listen now
8/31/15 | 10:03 AM
Groundhogs – which are also called woodchucks – build extensive underground burrow systems. They can be several feet-deep and 25'-30'in length. They live in a variety of locations, but also love to cozy up under the shed, deck, or even your home. Around the main entrance of... listen now
8/31/15 | 9:48 AM
In places where water tends to collect and stand, a drainage ditch may be answer. It won’t stop the water from pooling there, but the ditch will allow it to quickly drain away. You don’t have to hire an expensive contractor. With a tractor and a few implements, you can do the trenching... listen now
8/31/15 | 3:09 AM
The road to my house is paved, and has been for quite some time, but I have some friends who live on a gravel road, and battle dust, ruts, and mud. Cities and counties know these conditions exist, but are limited in what they can do about it. Chuck Jahren is a construction engineering professor... listen now
8/31/15 | 3:08 AM
Generations ago, when loved ones passed away in the country, they were usually buried on their farmstead. The sites were hardly ever recorded at the local deed office, so as time went on, the families dispersed, and many rural graveyards were forgotten. I know some landowners who discovered an old... listen now
8/31/15 | 12:00 AM
Anyone who raises goats probably has a few ornery ones who think they have the run of the place, and manage to escape from every pen they’re put in. A goat will take every opportunity to get over or through a fence. Melanie Barkley is an extension educator at Penn State University. She... listen now
8/24/15 | 10:37 AM
Landowners who don’t want people traipsing around their property should have no-trespassing signs and fences clearly marking the boundaries. But, it doesn’t always work. Bob King is an agriculture specialist at Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York. He says when you find... listen now
8/24/15 | 9:50 AM
I’ve seen chicken coops that are almost nicer than my house. Pampering the poultry isn’t required for their survival, but at the very least, a coop should provide protection from bad weather, protection from predators, and ample space for the birds to be comfortable. Wayne Martin is... listen now
8/24/15 | 9:36 AM
Sphagnum, commonly known as peat moss, is used for all kinds of horticultural applications as a soil conditioner and growing media. I have a big bale of it that I work into my garden to help loosen up the clay soil. The majority of peat sold in the United States comes from Canada. Sphagnum... listen now

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