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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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3/3/14 | 10:03 AM
Millions of Americans have celiac disease and are sensitive to gluten, which is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. A growing number of people don’t have celiac disease, but say they feel better when they avoid eating foods with gluten. If you’re looking for gluten-free foods,... listen now
3/3/14 | 9:53 AM
When I was little, we would often visit an elderly lady who was a dear friend of our family. What I remember most about her place was the smell – there was always a loaf of bread baking in the oven. She’d slice it up warm and serve it with a jar of peanut butter. Some may say that... listen now
3/3/14 | 9:44 AM
When there’s a lot of rain, our sump pump gets a workout. When the water rises to a certain level in the sump pit, the pump kicks on and disperses the water away from the house.  If you need to install a sump pump, there are several factors to consider when choosing one. Duane... listen now
2/24/14 | 9:41 AM
My grandmother is in a nursing home and tells me her favorite days are when the dogs and cats come to visit. A kitty on her lap makes her feel like a little girl again. Animal therapy is used in nursing homes, hospitals, and in counseling centers to help boost an individual’s well-being... listen now
2/24/14 | 9:34 AM
A friend invited my husband and I over for dinner one night, and he roasted what we thought was a regular chicken. It was actually a “capon.” I’d never heard of it before, but it sure tasted good. Jacquie Jacob is an extension project manager at the University of Kentucky.... listen now
2/24/14 | 9:26 AM
The old tractor that you inherited from your grandfather is a still a tough work horse and gets everything done. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t without its dangers. A poorly-maintained tractor seriously injures or kills farmers every year. Scott Heiberger is a communications... listen now
2/24/14 | 9:15 AM
The lake I frequently cast a fishing line into is teaming with good-tasting bluegill and crappies.  I've never been concerned about eating the fish. They appear healthy, reproduce well, and the water quality is good. Nutrition experts are telling us we need to eat more fish for the... listen now
2/24/14 | 9:03 AM
Sometimes what you want isn’t what you end up with, and Dan Vollmer of Omaha, Nebraska is grateful. He salvaged wood from an old barn to put down as flooring in his house – but there wasn’t enough wood. Dan had a driveway piled with barn scraps and had to do something with it, so... listen now
2/24/14 | 8:57 AM
Having enough room to store everything on a small farm can be a challenge. Putting up an outbuilding can be the answer. It takes careful planning to get exactly what you want. The location needs to be considered, as well as permits and available utilities. As for the building itself, look at... listen now
2/17/14 | 11:11 AM
Fried eggs are a typical Sunday meal at my house. I think once or twice we’ve seen a tiny bit of blood in the yolk, but it didn’t bother us any. It was just part of the egg and we scramble it in. Jacquie Jacob is an extension project manager at the University of Kentucky. She says... listen now


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