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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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11/25/13 | 9:43 AM
In my family, the so-called “turkey expert” is the person who gets to carve the roasted bird, and the rest of us are only concerned with choosing dark or white meat. But here are a few tidbits about turkey that could make you the conversation expert between forkfuls. For instance,... listen now
11/25/13 | 9:36 AM
Llamas and alpacas are sweet animals but won't hesitate to spit at you. Lisa Williamson is an associate professor of large animal medicine at the University of Georgia. She says llamas and alpacas spit for several reasons. A female uses this behavior to tell a male she's not interested... listen now
11/25/13 | 9:18 AM
Pay a visit to Bridget and Perry Smith’s place in Alleman, Iowa, and you’re likely to hear machinery sounds that are unfamiliar. The Smiths have collected dozens of old farm implements and engines. Perry talks with antique dealers and other collectors to make sure an item is authentic.... listen now
11/25/13 | 9:02 AM
Many landowners manage the operation and business affairs of their farms, but others can’t. Maybe they live too far away to visit, or only bought the land as an investment. Farm managers are often hired to handle the details. Kirk Weih is an Accredited Farm Manager with Hertz Farm... listen now
11/25/13 | 8:50 AM
In 1949, two off-colored Khaki Campbell ducklings were hatched. The owner then started selectively breeding for the color mutation, which is known today as the Welsh Harlequin breed. John Metzer of Gonzales, California, raises and sells Welsh Harlequin ducks. He says they’re well-known... listen now
11/18/13 | 9:16 AM
There are certain chores that a tractor should be used for, but a four-wheeled utility vehicle, or UTV, can tackle many of the same tasks when you add attachments. Joe Greving is the president of Cedar Rapids Tire in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He says there is a multitude of attachments and accessories... listen now
11/18/13 | 8:55 AM
The right tool for a project always makes a huge difference – and so does the power supply. Pneumatic, or air tools, are powered by air compressors. They have more torque and speed, are less expensive, and lighter in weight when compared to electric or battery-powered tools. Bob Hunter... listen now
11/18/13 | 8:46 AM
The Serama Bantam is the smallest bantam chicken in the world. It’s a relatively new breed, developed in Malaysia. Jerry Schexnayder raises Seramas in Vacherie, Louisiana. They’re not considered a meat bird or egg producer, but are raised to exhibit at shows and keep as pets.... listen now
11/11/13 | 9:34 AM
Owls have always been linked with superstition and folklore. Barn owls are probably the reason why. They only hunt at night, and have heart-shaped ghostly-white faces. Their eerie, raspy calls are nothing like the familiar hoots of their cousins. Barn owls like empty buildings, hollow trees, and... listen now
11/11/13 | 9:22 AM
Living the Country Life is a sister brand with Successful Farming magazine. I ran across some old SF issues from 1933 and was fascinated with a section called All Around the Farm – handy tips that farm folks sent in to share with other readers. Common sense and ingenuity span the test of time... listen now


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