Farm and Family Audio From 2019
Today, we’re talking about Finding Your Way through the Woods.
Today we're talking about site preparation, the first step to regeneration.
Winter is a challenging time for managing beef cattle. Specialist Dr. Brandi Karisch talks about what you can do.
Learn about some tasty recipes with winter squash.
Dr. Bronson Strickland talks about the importance of keeping your hands off wild animals.
Today we're talking about the importance of winterizing your water pipes.
Is pine needle cast caused by a disease or an insect? Learn more from Forestry Specialist Dr. John Kushla.
Kimberly Woodruff, Assistant Clinical Professor and Director of the Shelter Medicine Program, explains the importance of protecting animals in cold temperatures.
Yulu Wang talks about how to reduce added sugar intake.
Dietetic Intern Mary Yarber talks about how to have a healthy and happy Halloween.
Today we're talking about who is responsible for private water wells.
Today we're talking about selecting and caring for a real Christmas tree.
Erdogan Memili, Molly Nicodemus, and Lori Ward talk about challenges and opportunities in feral horses.
Food Science Apprentice Abby Schnedler explains the Teal Pumpkin Project.
Learn about spiders in your home with Leslie Burger.
Jason Gordon, Forestry Specialist, talks about why you must clean your fireplace.
Entomologist Blake Layton gives some updates on emerald ash borer.
Brandi Karisch, Beef Cattle Specialist, talks about the importance of giving your cow herd an annual review.
Dietetic Intern Amanda Elhilow explains why she is so passionate about food allergies and food allergy awareness.
Dr. Rocky Lemus talks about types of lespedeza used as forage crops.