March 17, 2014. In Military Monday, a visit to marine station Miramar to learn about the firefighting and rescue units.
March 17, 2014. Amy Wilson brings us weekend highlights from Rodeo Houston in Western Sports Roundup.
March 17, 2014. USDAmeteorologist Brad Rippey breaks down the good and not so good about US ag weather going into spring.
March 17, 2014. USDA shares insight into rural development programs that will affect 2015.
March 14, 2014. A visit with the brain trust of a successful farm-to-table restaurant in middle Tennessee.
March 14, 2014. A talk with retiring NCGA CEO Rick Tolman about the past and future of the industry.
March 14, 2014. The latest on the Trans Pacific Partnership and why some negotiations are tougher than others.
March 14, 2014. Western Sports Roundup with Amy Wilson takes us to the first round of Diamonds and Dirt.
March 13, 2014. An America's Heartland report on the use of gleaners to gather food to share with the hungry.
March 13, 2014. A land grant partner report on improving the taste of tomatoes, from the University of Florida.
March 13, 2014. Some changes for the cotton industry in light of the new farm bill.
March 13, 2014. Western Sports Roundup with the latest from Rodeo Houston in the countdown to a championship .
March 12, 2014. Senator Debbie Stabenow was honored in Washington, D.C. by the ASA.
March 12, 2014. An America's Heartland report on the use of gleaners to gather food to share with the hungry.
March 12, 2014. The Western Sports Report with Rodeo Houston scores, plus a record broken at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, OK.
March 12, 2014. A USDA analyst talks about the price picture for several crops --- many stronger than expected from earlier this year.
March 11, 2014. Land grant partner University of Tennessee-Knoxville reports on the economic value of producers "farming big".
March 11, 2014. Western Sports Roundup with Amy Wilson and the overnight results from Rodeo Houston.
March 11, 2014. A journey to a remote farming village in Tanzania, where a successful warehouse receipt system failed when crop prices fell.
March 11, 2014. USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack visits a seed research lab at Colorado State University.
March 10, 2014 From Georgia, the danger of bee swarms as temperatures begin to warm.
March 10, 2014 The latest USDA crop report is out today, including South American production as harvest continues there.
March 10, 2014 The creation of programs thru the new farm bill with hopes to attract young adults to farming.
March 10, 2014 Western Sports Roundup, featuring Rodeo Houston results and the latest PBR event winner.
March 7, 2014. Amy Wilson with more results from Rodeo Houston on Western Sports Roundup.
March 7, 2014. Find out how winter wheat is faring with the extreme cold temperatures in the eastern 2/3 of the US.
March 7, 2014. How the US government gives attention to invasive species, a report from RFD-TV's Washington Bureau.
March 7, 2014. Farmers and ranchers get news from the White House related to an important tool they use for water use and crop planting.
March 5, 2014. In the Western Sports Roundup Amy Wilson takes us back to At&t Stadium where we meet the winners and heros of The American.
March 5, 2014. Farming can be a risky business, especially when it comes to grain bin safety – Our partner’s at TWILA–TV tell us more about training that could save lives.
March 5, 2014. Spring means birthing season for producers in the Midwest, but lingering cold weather is causing concern.
March 5, 2014. The USDA’s 2015 budget proposal includes changes to the farm service agency – find out how farmers will be impacted.
March 6, 2014. A traveling trailer in Texas takes the classroom to the students.
March 6, 2014. Farmer and ranchers band together in the name of river flooding in Missouri.
March 6, 2014. A planned April trip to Asia by President Obama should have long term implications for US agriculture trade.
March 6, 2014. The world's greatest horseman on the Western Sports RoundUp with Amy Wilson.
March 4, 2014. Western Sports Roundup with Amy Wilson, meet The American steer wrestling event champion Hunter Cure.
March 4, 2014. An International Fund for Rural Development story on their help for unemployed young adults in Egypt, introducing farming as a trade.
March 4, 2014. A new technology that monitors how efficiently you feed your cattle, a UT land grant partner report.
March 4, 2014. USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack talks about the roll-out timeline for the Farm Bill.
March 3, 2014. Re-live some of the greatest moments from RFD-TV'S history-making rodeo, The American. For more info you can visits myruraltv.com.
March 3, 2014. A retreat for military veterans with PTSS opens this summer near Louisville, KY. F
March 3, 2014. From extreme drought to extreme rains, California residents continue to battle the elements. For more info you can visits myruraltv.com.
March 2, 2014 - It was history in the making as RFD-TV's The American Presented By Polaris Ranger named their first winners from the event! For more information you can visit rfdtv.com.
February 26, 2014. USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack partners with the nation's First Lady to promote new school nutrition programs.
February 28, 2014. From the USDA, for the first time in two decades, changes may be ahead for food nutrition labels. For more info you can visits myruraltv.com.
February 28, 2014. Horse lovers from across the southeast make their way to this year's Southern Equine Expo. For more info you can visits myruraltv.com.
February 28, 2014. A chat with RFD-TV's President & CEO Randy Bernard about this weekend's history-making "The American", presented by Polaris Ranger. For more info you can visits myruraltv.com.
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