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Farmweek is Mississippi's oldest and only locally-produced agricultural television news show. It is produced by the Office of Agricultural Communications for the Mississippi State University Extension Service. Our first show aired October 3, 1977.
Farmweek airs on the RFD-TV network on Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. central time / 5:30 p.m. eastern time and on the Mississippi Public Broadcasting network Saturdays at 6:00 p.m. central with a replay on Monday at 6:00 a.m. central.
Hosted by Amy Myers, Farm and Family radio shows feature interviews with experts and agricultural officials about timely topics related to Mississippi agriculture.
In 2019, well over half a million acres flooded in Mississippi’s lower Delta. It was a combination of relentless rain in the region and epic runoff from states higher upriver. The floodwaters remained for more than seven months, depriving local residents of their homes and their livelihoods.
But there is much more to the story, and those who came through the catastrophe—many of whom lost their homes and everything in them—believe it could have been prevented.
With their help, we present this five-part series, “Voices from the Flood.”
Southern Gardening Television is a weekly, 1 1/2 minute television segment designed to air within Mississippi television newscasts. Segments are designed for persons interested in lawn and garden care. The show features Extension Horticulturist Gary Bachman and is produced by video producer Tim Allison.
Southern Gardening Radio is also found here.
Coffee and Conservation is hosted by Dr. Beth Baker, Assistant Extension Professor in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture at Mississippi State University. Dr. Baker and her guests discuss everything landowners, operators, and producers need to know about getting conservation on the ground and how conservation supports productivity and profitability while improving land stewardship. The topics covered also provide science-based education for the general public about the challenges that land owners and farmers face while trying to retain their livelihoods and protect natural resources and habitat. From water, air quality, and soil to habitat, food production, biodiversity, and- we discuss the necessity and complexity of the science and application of conservation in the US.
Deer University podcasts are all about deer biology and management. Your hosts, Dr. Bronson Strickland, Professor of Wildlife Management, Mississippi State University Extension Service and Dr. Steve Demarais, Professor of Wildlife Management, Mississippi State University Forest and Wildlife Research Center are both deer hunters, deer biologists, professors of wildlife management, and co-directors of the Mississippi State University Deer Lab. Steve and Bronson are so crazy about deer biology and management that they made it their career!
If you are interested in deer hunting and management, this is your podcast!
The Mississippi Crop Situation podcast is provided by Mississippi State University Extension Service specialists responsible for agricultural row crops.
Our goal is to provide Mississippi agricultural producers, consultants, and industry with up-to-date, timely, science-based information you can use to help maintain profitability.
4-H-4-U-2 is a 4-H Youth Development podcast from the Mississippi State University Extension Service. Hosts Dr. John Long and Cobie Rutherford promote Mississippi 4-H programs and positive youth development.
Welcome to AgMatters, a podcast where we talk about both matters of agriculture and why agriculture matters. AgMatters is hosted by Dr. Amanda Stone, Mississippi State University Assistant Professor and Extension Dairy Specialist and is produced and supported by the Mississippi State University Extension Service.
If you’re frustrated with how to grow your community and its businesses, the Building A Vibrant Community podcast will help. Fans of the podcast are thrilled to see Mississippi State University’s James Barnes and co-hosts Rachael Carter and Lauren Colby-Nickels tackle community development problems in a fun and practical way. They explain how communities and businesses can grow beyond their geographic borders by learning from other communities and businesses, and much more. Status quo is the enemy of community development and the best way to grow your community is to learn from others. Get your community and business growing again with practical advice from this podcast!
Extension stories may be instructional videos, PSAs, behind the scenes moments, or expanded features from our television shows and are typically found only online.
The Grazing Conversation is a podcast dedicated to forage and livestock production in the southeastern United States. The show features brief interviews with Extension agents and researchers, producers, private industry representatives, and more. Topics include grazing management, hay production, soil fertility, pest control, animal husbandry, market reports, and analysis, along with many others.