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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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6/8/15 | 9:29 AM
There have been many occasions where I’ve looked at the back of a vegetable seed packet and thought the plant spacing recommendation was ridiculous. If I followed it, I wouldn’t have enough room to get the yield I wanted. Larry Caplan is an extension horticulture educator for Purdue... listen now
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The next time you see a tree stump, count the rings and notice how they’re shaped. Trees don't say much, but they tell you a lot. Steve Leavitt is the associate director of the Laboratory of Tree Ring Research at the University of Arizona. He says the rings are loaded with lots of... listen now
6/8/15 | 9:02 AM
Moore Farms has been a locally-owned family farm in Manor, Georgia, since the 1940s. The original 30-acres of land grew tobacco and corn. Over time, the farm grew into several hundred acres of row crops and produce. Tim and Barbara Moore took over the farm in 2006 and converted it completely... listen now
6/8/15 | 8:57 AM
I have several sprinklers. There’s an oscillating unit to water my long, rectangular flower garden. I’ve got a small, circular sprinkler that puts out a fine spray for grass seed, and a pulse-jet sprinkler that the kids used to run through when they were little. Eric Liskey is a... listen now
6/8/15 | 8:48 AM
Around ten-years ago we put a new deck on the back of our house. It’s the typical rectangular design and looks like every other brown, wooden deck. The latest decking trends indicate if we were to build it now, it would probably look a lot different. Adam Zambanini is the vice president of... listen now
6/8/15 | 8:41 AM
The Agricultural Conservation Easement Program, or ACEP, is helping farmers and ranchers stay in agriculture while protecting wetlands, wildlife, and plant species on their land for future generations. Jessica Groves is the acting director of the Easement Programs Division of the Natural... listen now
6/8/15 | 1:37 AM
What kid isn't excited when they get a new horse? Unfortunately, children often can't separate their excitement from safe behavior. Without proper safety education, there's the potential for tragedy. David Schweitz is the executive director for Farm Safety-4-Just Kids. He says the... listen now
6/1/15 | 10:42 AM
The next time you're in the library, see if you can check out garden seeds along with your books. Seed lending libraries are sprouting up around the country to offer free packets of seeds, with the intent that the borrower bring back some seeds from the next generation of plants. Some of the... listen now
6/1/15 | 9:51 AM
There once was a sassy woman named Lucy Morrison Moore who homesteaded her own sheep on a ranch during the 1880’s in Wyoming. She was known as the “Sheep Queen of Wyoming”. According to legend, it was a man’s world and she had to overcome many things in order to hang onto... listen now
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