Farm and Family Audio From 2019
Dr. Randy Rousseau talks about housing construction and its effect on timber prices.
Learn about how to maximize production and efficiency with Dr. Rocky Lemus.
Incorporating a variety of functional foods, such as fruits and vegetables, into your diet could be beneficial for health and longevity.
Proper sleep habits are crucial for everyone; Dr. Lori Staton tells us why.
Today we're talking about the turf grass research field day with Dr. Jay McCurdy.
Forestry Specialist John Kushla talks about reforestation through tree planting.
Dr. Carla Huston explains how to prevent pet loss and what to do if it happens.
Today we're talking about agriculture producers and mental health challenges with Dr. Amanda Stone and Dr. David Buys.
There may be some items you need when a disaster strikes that you don't think about; learn what these are from Extension Instructor Anne Hilbun-Benoit.
Learn about childhood obesity awareness with dietetic intern Hannah Swisher.
Dr. Randy Rousseau talks about the best management practices for Mississippi biomass.
Today we're talking about marketing feeder calves.
It is possible to eat healthy while on a budget; learn more from dietetic intern Carley Markham.
It is very important to know how to interact with wildlife; learn more from assistant Extension professor Leslie Burger.
Today we're talking about the brown marmorated stink bug with entomologist Dr. Blake Layton.
John Willis and Amy Myers discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of managing longleaf pine.
Beef Cattle Specialist Dr. Brandi Karisch talks about identifying and coping with heat stress in cattle.
Today we're talking about food safety before, after, and during weather emergencies.
It is extremely important to keep your community and outdoor areas clean; learn why from Dr. Beth Baker.
Regional Health Specialist Carla Stanford talks about how to be a smart patient at the doctor's office.