Farm and Family Audio From 2019
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.
Forest landowners have to pay taxes, but does forest ownership provide benefits with regard to taxation?
Dr. Daryl Jones gives information about how littering harms wildlife and humans.
Today, we're introducing the new project manager for Aim for Change Initiative, Masey Smith.
Learn about Soil to Shelf, a local food workshop, with Dr. James Barnes and Dr. Rachael Carter.
Dr. Blake Layton, Mississippi State University Extension Entomologist, talks about new information on cockroach control.
Today we're talking about recouping reforestation costs.
Today we're talking about giving horses or ponies as gifts.
Dr. David Buys, State Health Specialist, talks about Mississippi State University Extension's AIM for CHangE Initiative.
Susan Cosgrove speaks with Amy Myers about guarding against fraud when making charitable donations.
Today, we're talking about the importance of reducing wildfire risk.
Dr. Rocky Lemus explains seed costs, productivity, and return with cool season annual grasses.
Associate Professor Dr. Joe Wilmeth and Family Life Specialist Dr. Elisha Hardman explain just how imporant premarital education is.
Dr. Blake Layton talks about fall armyworms and bermudagrass stem maggots.
Today we're talking about wild hogs and disease issues.