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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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3/24/14 | 10:08 AM
Starting a small farm isn’t usually something you can jump right into. It’s been a winding road for Lyndsay and Brad Constable of Farmville, Virginia. They both had plenty of experience working on farms, but no family land to inherit, and no capital to buy their own. They would not... listen now
3/24/14 | 10:02 AM
Every so often, you hear about a deck collapsing and people getting hurt. Experts say there are 40-million wooden decks in the U.S., and half of them are in need of repair or replacement. A lot of people put this off because of economic reasons, and aren't aware of how close to collapse their... listen now
3/24/14 | 9:48 AM
If you have a woodlot of 10-acres or less, bulldozing your way through it to take out a few trees can do more harm than good. Using horses to haul logs out of the timber allows you to be selective with the harvest, and avoid damage to the environment caused by large machinery.   Joe... listen now
3/24/14 | 9:38 AM
When you’re ready to work up the garden for spring planting, having a tiller or cultivator sure beats shoveling the dirt or hoeing by hand. Many people use the terms “cultivator” and “tiller” interchangeably, and think they’re the same thing. They’re both... listen now
3/24/14 | 9:30 AM
My dad is nuts about blueberries. My mom wanted to get him his own blueberry plants, but they wouldn’t have much luck growing them in the soil on their acreage. She got him some honeyberry bushes instead.   Bernis Ingvaldson of Bagley, Minnesota, and her husband, Jim, grow and sell... listen now
3/24/14 | 9:21 AM
Putting chickens out on pasture is a popular management method for many small flock owners. The birds can freely scratch and peck over a large area, eating to their heart’s content. Jim Hermes is an extension poultry specialist at Oregon State University. He says the best pasture for... listen now
3/10/14 | 10:13 AM
My house seems to be the choice location for lady beetles to hang out over the winter. I’ll find dozens of them loitering in the windowsills and even on a ceiling fan. Steve Jacobs is an urban entomologist at Penn State University. He says multicolored Asian lady beetles are an insect... listen now
3/10/14 | 10:04 AM
Through a process called imprinting, a newborn foal will learn to relate well to humans and accept new things with interest, rather than suspicion. Imprinting is the first step toward a well-trained horse.   Although it's tempting to fuss over and touch the foal right after its birth... listen now
3/10/14 | 9:52 AM
After pruning, a heavy storm or high winds, you might be wondering what to do with all the tree branches that are laying on the ground – or maybe even the tree itself.   Jesse Randall is an extension forester at Iowa State University. He says how you deal with the debris depends on... listen now
3/10/14 | 9:34 AM
Before Europeans came to North America, wildflowers grew with wild abandon and knew how to survive for thousands of years. Miriam Goldberger and her husband Paul Jenkins are striving to bring them back. The couple farms 100-acres of wildflowers in Ontario, Canada. The business started over 25-... listen now

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