Farm and Family Audio From 2019
Extension Hardwood Specialist Randy Rousseau talks about hardwood trees and management.
Protecting animals in cold temperatures is very important.
Abbey Schnedler explains why food is recalled and what consumers should do in the event they have purchased a food product that is recalled.
It is crucial to avoid wild hog disease; wildlife associate Bill Hamrick explains what can be done to avoid this disease.
Extension Associate Sylvia Clark explains how house fires can be prevented.
Today we're talking about reproduction weevils in forestry with John Kushla, Forestry Specialist.
Today, we're talking about managing beef cattle for winter with Brandi Karisch, Beef Cattle Specialist.
Today, we are going to talk about sweet potatoes and how they can contribute to your overall health with Emily Faquin, Dietetic Intern.
Today we're talking about how thermal image technology improves poultry houses with Tom Tabler.
Today we're talking about indoor fire ant invasions with Blake Layton, Entomologist
John Willis talks about the issues in shortleaf pine.
Learn about management tips for good herd health.
Learn "All About Kale" with Linsey Radford, a Dietetic Intern at Mississippi State University.
Michael Richard talks about the Turf Grass Coach's Clinic.
Winterizing your pipes is very important. Learn more from Dr. Jason Barrett, Mississippi State University Assistant Extension Professor.
Listen to Forestry Specialist Jason Gordon talk about urban and community forestry.
Dean Jousan, Mississippi State University Extension 4-H Livestock Specialist, talks about the Dixie National Sale of Junior Champions.
Human nutrition specialist Brent Fountain talks about the muscular disease called sarcopenia.
Equine Specialist Dr. Clay Cavinder talks about the Hands on Horses workshop.
Learn why your soil needs lime with Soil Specialist Larry Oldham.