Farm and Family Audio From 2019
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.
Is your home Firewise? Learn more with Dr. John Kushla.
Dean Jousan, 4-H Livestock Specialist, gives details about the 2019 State 4-H Horse Championship.
Dietetic Intern Dana Carman explains how to fight food cravings and prevent overeating.
Today, we're talking about how spray foam insulation increases termite risk.
Dr. Jason Barrett talks about consumer confidence report for public drinking water systems.
Randy Rousseau talks about the correct method of transplanting large hardwood and pine trees.
Dr. Rocky Lemus talks about summer forage production in Mississippi.
Dietetic intern Kathleen Troop shares recommendations and current research findings about the effectiveness of vitamin and mineral supplementation.
It is very important for cattle to have shade; learn more with Dr. Jane Parish.
Today we're talking about sun safety and your skin with Dr. David Buys and Ann Sansing.
Retooling your pine is an important strategy; learn more with Forest Extension Specialist Dr. Randy Rousseau.
Dr. Dean Jousan explains what State 4-H Congress is and what it is all about.
Dietetic intern Bobbi Qu talks about how to eat seasonally and locally.
Today we're talking about giving horses or ponies as gifts.
Wildlife Specialist Daryl Jones explains that rural lands often offer hidden value.