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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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1/27/17 | 12:46 AM
There is a four-lane highway not far from our place that has quite a few accidents. I know people who like to drive on the back roads because they believe they're safer. That might be true, but then again, maybe not. Lee Munnich is the director of the Center for Excellence in Rural Safety at... listen now
1/23/17 | 2:27 PM
A few teachers from my past inspired me to pursue journalism and broadcasting as a career. Teachers motivate the next generation of young leaders, problem solvers, and entrepreneurs. Unfortunately, there aren’t enough educators in agriculture in grades seven-through-12. A program called the... listen now
1/23/17 | 2:20 PM
Chris Wyant had a dream of owning a farm to provide food for the family and live off the land. He and his wife Audra and their young son had been living in town, but got to a point where they were feeling stagnant. They could do more, and should do more. Audra agreed to move to the country, and... listen now
1/23/17 | 2:13 PM
The porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, or PEDV, in 2013 was devastating to the U-S pig population. An organization called the Swine Health Information Center has since been developed to monitor the risk of new or emerging diseases, and help the U.S. pork industry to be better prepared when the next... listen now
1/23/17 | 1:58 PM
When I’m online I don’t think about where the internet service comes from, it’s just there.  Broadband services from satellites high up in space beam down to a dish perched on or near your home. A modem transmits internet signals from the dish to your computer. Alex Miller... listen now
1/23/17 | 1:57 PM
When I’m online I don’t think about where the internet service comes from, it’s just there.  Broadband services from satellites high up in space beam down to a dish perched on or near your home. A modem transmits internet signals from the dish to your computer. Alex Miller... listen now
1/23/17 | 1:49 PM
When tires are used casually on a small acreage, they rarely wear out.  But, they may need replacing because of dry rot, cracks, sidewall failures, or punctures. The recommendation is to put on the biggest tires your machine allows in both height and width, but consult your tire dealer or... listen now
1/23/17 | 1:32 PM
There’s nothing I like to grill more than a thick, juicy steak, and it looks like there will be a lot of steak, hamburger, and other cuts for me to choose from this year. Jerry Effertz is the vice chair of the Federation of State Beef Councils, which represents all of the state Beef... listen now
1/16/17 | 11:14 AM
I look out my window this time of year and I see basically two colors – brown and white. Fortunately, there are some evergreens and bird feeders to break up the visual monotony until spring. James Baggett is the editor of Country Gardens magazine. He says there are all kinds of ways to... listen now
1/16/17 | 10:56 AM
It’s the little things in life that count. The little things on Ross Conrad’s property in Middlebury, Vermont, are thousands of honeybees. He has 100 hives and the insects are teaching him a thing or two about survival. Ross lives in a way that requires the least amount of fossil fuels... listen now

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