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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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11/10/14 | 9:24 AM
Every year, producers have concerns about storing large round hay bales and how to reduce spoilage. Round bales usually suffer greater losses than smaller rectangular bales because they tend to stay outside and uncovered between baling and feeding. Karla Hernandez is a forages specialist at... listen now
11/10/14 | 12:37 AM
Take a good look at your corn before feeding it to livestock, and inspect it for clumps of mold. Moldy corn increases the risk of mycotoxin formation, which can cause health problems in animals that ingest it. Dairy Specialist Mike Hutjens at the University of Illinois says there are four common... listen now
11/4/14 | 10:28 AM
Just because winter’s coming on doesn’t mean you have to say farewell to your favorite outdoor container plants. Jane Miller is a senior associate garden editor for Better Homes and Gardens magazine. She says if you’re moving a tropical plant back inside for the winter, the... listen now
11/4/14 | 10:19 AM
Farming and tourism often go hand-in-hand. Or in some cases, “hay-in-hand”. Nick Hunter of Chariton, Iowa and other creative locals took part in a hay bale art contest throughout Lucas County. Giant snowmen, cats, and caterpillars are just a few of the 31 cleverly decorated sculptures... listen now
11/4/14 | 9:55 AM
When you’re working up a sweat doing the chores it shouldn’t be because of your clothes. Misty Otto is the public relations director for Dickies clothing. She says to think of yourself as an athlete when you’re working hard outside, because you’re looking for the same... listen now
11/4/14 | 9:42 AM
More and more land is being converted for growing crops. But with the rising price of all meat animals, livestock owners are looking to maximize productivity with the amount of grazing land available. Paying attention to the latest forage research and trends can help you achieve your goals.... listen now
11/4/14 | 9:33 AM
Our family moved to a bigger home several years ago, which also included a sloping,  expansive yard. I’m the one who usually mows and all we had was a push mower. I didn’t want to spend all day breaking up a sweat every time I mowed, so it was time to buy a lawn tractor. However,... listen now
11/4/14 | 12:46 AM
My grandparents had a long, gravel lane that was in constant need of a blade. There always seemed to be big holes, even though they had a pile of gravel handy to fill them in.   Russ Lanoie is a Private Contractor and says since water is a huge contributor to a bumpy road, it's... listen now
10/27/14 | 3:08 PM
Long ago, children in both Native American and Colonial American families used cornhusks to make dolls. The activity has stood the test of time, and today our kids can make and play with the same toy as their ancestors. Kathy Gauler of Palm Bay, Florida, is a member of an organization called... listen now
10/27/14 | 3:00 PM
Over the past few years there’s been a huge increase in ownership of backyard chickens. Gathering your own fresh eggs and being greeted by happy, feathered friends is enjoyed by many. But sometimes, that dream turns into a burden. Phil Clauer is an extension poultry specialist at Penn... listen now


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