Farm and Family Audio From 2019
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.
Forestry Specialist John Kushla talks about why leaves change color in the fall.
Today we're talking about Mississippi 4-H Livestock Skillathon.
Learn how to create a healthy kitchen environment with dietetic intern Turner Sanderson.
Dr. John Long talks about updates on tree stand safety.
Today we're talking about protecting your child from identity theft.
Dr. John Kushla talks about reforestation through tree planting.
Today we're talking about the dairy margin coverage program with Dr. Amanda Stone.
Extension Associate Sylvia Clark talks about the important reminders of preventing house fires.
Anne Howard Hilbun-Benoit, Extension faculty instructor in the Center for Government and Community Development at Mississippi State University Extension, speaks about winter weather preparedness.