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

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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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9/22/14 | 10:07 AM
A majestic buck is truly a beautiful sight to see. Steve Demarais is a wildlife biologist at Mississippi State University. He says whitetail deer max out on antler growth when they're 5- to 6-years-old. However, the size of a buck's antlers depends nutrition, age, and genetics. In the... listen now
9/22/14 | 10:01 AM
Wine is an alcoholic beverage made with grapes, water, and yeast. Mead is sort of the same thing, except the fermentable sugars come from honey instead of grapes. Like wine, mead can be produced dry, semi-sweet or sweet. Vicky Rowe is the owner of a website called gotmead.com. She says for the... listen now
9/22/14 | 9:55 AM
Canning your own meat means you’ll have a meal ready to heat up at the end of a long day. It eases up space in the freezer and you won’t lose the meat when the power goes out. The biggest benefit of canning meat is that it’s a time-saver. Load up the pressure canner once and you... listen now
9/22/14 | 9:50 AM
I see a lot of farm ponds that look more like chocolate milk than clear, pristine natural pools. P.J. Waters is an aquaculture specialist with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. He says there are several reasons that a pond can turn cloudy. "Construction activities within the... listen now
9/22/14 | 9:32 AM
If you’re involved in a construction project, do what you can to avoid tree damage -- whether the trees have historical or cultural significance, or they are just your favorites. Karen Bennett is an extension forestry specialist at the University of New Hampshire. She says vehicles and... listen now
9/22/14 | 9:17 AM
Deirdre Heekin and her husband Caleb Barber of Barnard, Vermont lived  in Italy for a time, and while there became interested in farming to provide local food. When they returned home, the couple bought eight-acres with the goal of growing their own produce for the Italian restaurant they... listen now
9/15/14 | 10:39 AM
We have a wooden deck that takes a lot of abuse from chairs, leaves, and other debris that collects on it over the summer. By this time of year, the deck floor looks really dirty. But believe it or not, much of what looks like "dirt" is actually living organisms. Just like the algae and... listen now
9/15/14 | 10:24 AM
One of the best summer pastimes is to sit by a fire pit on a beautiful evening. Whether roasting marshmallows, or just enjoying the ambiance of the fire, it's a relaxing break from the day.    Eric Liskey is the deputy gardening and outdoor living editor with Better Homes and... listen now
9/15/14 | 10:14 AM
John and Nancy Mims of Hawthorne, Florida, milk around 200 Jersey cows. They sell their milk to a local cooperative, and a few years ago they decided to try making their own cheese. John says they did their research, designed a facility, and bought the equipment. Today, they make five European-... listen now
9/15/14 | 9:58 AM
The next time you take a walk in the woods, notice how the trees are situated. They’re not standing alone, right? They’re layered. Mother Nature likes to weave understory trees and shrubs right under large trees. You can mimic the same thing in your yard for sustainability and visual... listen now

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