Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Reporter Sarah Gardner rounds up some Texas Longhorn cattle. These cows, however, aren't in the Lone Star State. A Kansas Ranching family changes the color of their cattle to improve the brand. Law Enforcement officials in California work to stop modern day cattle rustlers. Rob Stewart travels to Idaho to meet a cattle ranching family that's added Elk ranching to their rangeland.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Washington farmers deliver a big...and sweet...cherry harvest. Harvesting these Georgia watermelons is a BIG deal. Are those baby carrots really "baby" carrots? A Michigan farmer saves energy and the environment growing under glass.
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
It's all about wine. Rob Stewart does some research on how lab work off the farm is improving the vintage for one California winemaker. African American vintners tap into new markets. Jason Shoultz gives you some background on wine and grapes. And making beer is a multi-family affair at the 7 Brides Brewery in Oregon.
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Singer-Songwriter Jewel shows off her music and her Texas ranch. A Mississippi farmer celebrates Blues music as part of his farm's rural roots. And North Carolina farmers show their stuff when it comes to bluegrass music.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Akiba Howard finds two Nebraska women using the internet to help promote rural living in Nebraska. Sarah Gardner discovers that technology is making it possible for North Carolina farmers to better reach consumers. Two Kansas farm wives connect with city folks and rural residents with blogs on their new lives on the farm. And smartphone apps make it possible to improve crop yields for farmers in third world nations.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
A Washington farm family ties environmental well-being to their winter wheat crop. Find out how the right farm fresh foods can help you battle stress. A Michigan farm family finds success in raising sweet smelling...and tasting...mint.