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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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5/23/14 | 8:40 AM
We have a gas grill that sits on our deck just outside the kitchen and we use it year-round, especially for steak and burgers. I have a favorite big spatula that gets used every time the grill is fired up. Chris Hartley is the vice president of marketing for Blue Rhino, a maker of grilling... listen now
5/16/14 | 3:27 PM
When I was a kid, I always winced when the veterinarian gave our 4-H calves their shots, but they didn’t even flinch. Cattle are much braver than I am. Some livestock producers do the injecting, rather than hiring a veterinarian. Steve Tonn is an extension educator at the University of... listen now
5/16/14 | 3:26 PM
When I was a kid, I always winced when the veterinarian gave our 4-H calves their shots, but they didn’t even flinch. Cattle are much braver than I am. Some livestock producers do the injecting, rather than hiring a veterinarian. Steve Tonn is an extension educator at the University of... listen now
5/16/14 | 3:17 PM
A few years ago my parents built a zipline between a couple of trees in their yard for the grandkids. It isn’t very long and isn’t up very high off the ground, but the kids just love it.   Ziplines are becoming popular all over the country and many of them are being built for... listen now
5/16/14 | 3:10 PM
If the water level in your pond is suddenly rising, take a look at the spillway. Its job is to control the maximum depth of the pond and direct the outflow to an area that won’t compromise the integrity of the pond structure. A spillway that’s not maintained is headed for trouble.... listen now
5/16/14 | 3:02 PM
Eggplant is one of those garden vegetables with a nice, mild flavor that can be creatively served up in many kinds of dishes. Growing your own crop assures plenty to experiment with. Janet Carson is an extension horticulture specialist at the University of Arkansas. She says there are many... listen now
5/16/14 | 2:53 PM
One day in 2008, a honeybee flew into Matt and Jill Reed’s kitchen in Portland, Oregon. Matt fed it some honey, took it to the front porch, and let it go. Later on, Jill noticed dozens of bees hanging out on their screen door. Matt says the bee must have told the other bees that this was a... listen now
5/12/14 | 10:23 AM
I like to baby my tomato plants. I get a little worried about the fertilizer though, because I’m not always sure if they’re getting the right stuff. Bob Westerfield is an extension horticulturist at the University of Georgia. He says tomatoes thrive on nitrogen, phosphorous, and... listen now
5/12/14 | 10:16 AM
Have you ever seen a huge, buzzing cluster of honeybees hanging from a tree branch? To me, it’s both frightening and fascinating. Ric Bessin is an extension entomologist at the University of Kentucky. He says swarms come from a very strong beehive colony. Because there are so many bees... listen now
5/12/14 | 10:07 AM
No horizontal space for vegetable gardening? Grow a vertical garden in a wooden pallet, and create a living wall. Joe Lamp’l is the host and executive producer of the show “Growing a Greener World,” which airs on public television. He says to look for a pallet with the... listen now

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