Farm and Family Audio From 2019
Today, we're talking about the importance of reducing wildfire risk.
Forage Specialist Dr. Rocky Lemus talks about mid-summer and fall management for forage production.
Learn about probiotics and prebiotics with dietetic intern Heidi Foster.
Dr. Blake Layton talks about the brown marmorated stink bug.
Today we're talking about who is responsible for private water wells.
Today we are talking with Dr. Blake Layton, Mississippi State University Extension entomologist, about spider-looking webs in your trees.
Today we're talking about the dairy margin coverage program with Dr. Amanda Stone, Mississippi State University extension dairy specialist.
Peter Summerlin, Assistant Professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture at Mississippi State University, talks about the role of the built environment in obesity prevention.
Today, we're talking about how you should beware of the European pepper moth.
Today Dr. Brady Self is talking about the Forest Management for Wildlife Workshop.
Randy Rousseau discusses the flooding effects on forests and habitat for wildlife.
Dr. Rocky Lemus talks about management practices to improve hay production.
It is important to understand and know food safety before, after, and during weather emergencies.
Dr. Beth Baker talks about the 2019 Mississippi Coastal Cleanup.
Today we're talking about dove hunting safety.
Today, we're talking about getting ready for forest planting with Dr. Randy Rousseau.
Beef Cattle Specialist Dr. Brandi Karisch talks about preconditioning beef calves.
Turner Sanderson shares some tips on how to create a healthy kitchen environment that'll contribute to healthy lifestyle behavior.
Today we're talking about the importance of premarital education.
It is important to know how to find your way through the woods; learn more from Dr. John Long.