Farm and Family
Hosted by Amy Myers, Farm and Family radio shows feature interviews with experts and agricultural officials about timely topics related to Mississippi agriculture.
Dr. Randy Rousseau, Mississippi State University Extension professor, speaks about forest landowners and their options.
Today we're speaking with Abbey Schnedler, Mississippi State University Extension apprentice in Food Science about pet food.
Today we're talking with Marven Cantave, MSU Extension agent, about the Aim for Change Project and Delta Coalitions.
Amy speaks with Madison Welch, MSU dietetic intern, about heatly eating and portion control.
Announcer: Farm and Family is a production of the Mississippi State University Extension service.
Amy Meyers: Today, we're talking about the new Local Flavor program. Hello, I'm Amy Myers and welcome to Farm and Family. Today, we're speaking with Dr. James Barnes, Mississippi State University associate Extension professor. Dr. Barnes, Mississippi State University Extension has launched the Local Flavor program. Why do we need the Local Flavor program?
Dr. John Kushla gives tips about how to select and take care of a real Christmas tree.
Dr. Brandi Karisch talks about matching cattle requirements to available feeds.
AIM for ChangE Team member Megan Holmes gives an inside look at exactly what is going on with initial data collection and how our MSU departments work together to serve the Delta.
Eva McCormick talks about the “Food as a Business: Disaster Preparedness for Food Businesses,” which is a one-day workshop for agricultural producers, food processors, cottage food operators, food retail establishments, and other agricultural based businesses.
Dietetic intern Haley Shrell gives tips about how to "shop savvy" at the grocery store.