April 4, 2014. The nation's First Lady helps show school children where their food comes from, a report from the White House garden with the RFD-TV Washington Bureau.
April 4, 2014. We visit the martin family where the tradition of hay farming continues thru to the next generation.
April 03, 2014. The Hinton Farm Family shows us the true meaning of farming.
April 03, 2014. A visit to the Oklahoma City Farm Show going on now thru Saturday.
April 03, 2014. In Western Sports Roundup, Pro Rodeo announces its Hall of Fame inductees for 2014.
April 03, 2014. A legendary voice in farm broadcasting turns 80 – a chat with Orion Samuelson.
April 02, 2014. The Hemmes family shows us how women in agriculture can help keep the family farm going for more then a century.
April 02, 2014. In Western Sports Roundup, a birth announcement linked to popular bull Bushwacker.
April 02, 2014. A unique partnership with Zoetis and The Smithsonian to inspire young people to pursue veterinary medicine and allied health careers.
April 02, 2014. A Washington DC non-profit program that's working to bring food from the cafeteria to the classroom.
April 1, 2014. The Boykin family gives us a tour of their peanut and cotton farm in Georgia …as they commit to farming for decades to come.
April 1, 2014. A herd of sheep --- in a world famous museum? We'll explain.
April 1, 2014. Tennessee outdoor shows featuring the popularity of growing your own food.
April 1, 2014. Western Sports Roundup takes us to Las Vegas and the NRCHA Stallion Stakes.
April 1, 2014. There could be good news on the horizon for soybean producers in 2014.
March 28, 2014. A Georgia Farm Monitor report on optimism among hay producers for what 2014 could bring.
March 28, 2014. Help for self employed farmers and ranchers looking for affordable healthcare, a report from our Washington DC Bureau.
March 31, 2014. The Amend family takes on a tour through their flowers garden in Kentucky.
March 31, 2014. In Military Monday, the Third Annual TAC-P Challenge in Qatar where Air Force operations return a favor of support.
March 31, 2014. A visit with NW Mississippi Community College to learn about a unique offering, the John Deere Tech Program.
March 31, 2014. The USDA's plan to modernize the nation's poultry inspection process is being met with controversy.
March 31, 2014. In Western Sports Roundup, highlights from the weekend's PBR event in Fresno, CAN.
March 28, 2014. Amy Wilson looks ahead to this weekend's PBR event in Western Sports Roundup.
March 27, 2014. How drought-stricken farmers are learning to grow their crops with less water.
March 27, 2014. Details on the livestock disaster payments that should begin soon, says the USDA.
March 27, 2014. A visit to the Tennessee FFA Convention and hear from some young leaders representing the future of farming.
March 27, 2014. Another visit with a Rodeo Houston champion on Western Sports Roundup with Amy Wilson.
March 26, 2014. The USDA reports on an updated Clean Water Act proposal that should clear up some confusion.
March 26, 2014. A visit with the owner of a Georgia-based peach packing house with thoughts on the cold weather and this year's crop.
March 26, 2014. How California celebrated Ag Day on the steps of the state capital in Sacramento.
March 26, 2014. Western Sports Roundup hears from another Rodeo Houston champion.
March 25, 2014. Western Sports Roundup features more championship wins from Rodeo Houston.
March 25, 2014. It's National Ag Day events across the US, we'll recognize and celebrate agriculture.
March 25, 2014. The USDA reports how farm landowners look to withstand the potential downturns in their value.
March 25, 2014. A journey to Nepal, where a creative textile weaver started her own business,reducing the risk of poverty.
March 24, 2014. Western Sports Roundup with wrap up highlights from Rodeo Houston and the PBR.
March 24, 2014. RFD-TV news special focus on 2014 US flooding potential and river stages, a chat with USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey in Washington.
March 24, 2014. As winter continues to take its toll for flooding risk, predictions from the National Oceanic and Atomospheric Administration.
March 24, 2014. A visit to a mid-south farm dedicated to aquaculture, including a better understanding of lake and pond management.
March 18, 2014. Molding the next generation of farmer, thorough FFA Winter Creek program.
March 21, 2014. Rodeo Houston wraps up this weekend – a preview of the exciting lineup on Western Sports Roundup with Amy Wilson.
March 21, 2014. An Alltech tour helping cattle and dairy farmers find new & innovative ways to make their operations more profitable.
March 21, 2014. Some good news for Vermont maple producers after a shaky start to the season.
March 21, 2014. What will planting delays in the south have on final production – a report from RFD-TV's Washington Bureau.
March 20, 2014. 100's of new cases of PED virus across the country – a report from South Dakota where the threat is serious.
March 20, 2014. An overview of crops, you'll see planted across the Volunteer State in 2014, from land grant partner UT-Knoxville.
March 20, 2014. Rodeo Houston results with Amy Wilson in Western Sports Roundup.
March 18, 2014. USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack talks about greater efficiency in poultry inspection.
March 19, 2014. Considering signing up for the Agricultural Revenue Coverage Program? The USDA explains the choices.
March 19, 2014. The record growth of solar power in Georgia and how one farmer has embraced the technology.
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