Farm and Family Audio From 2019
Paige Clawser, Dietetic Intern, explains that there are some cons to the hyped up coconut oil and its claimed health benefits.
Randy Rousseau provides some options to landowners when they are trying to address the question of what they want from their forest lands.
Spring showers create a lot of mud, so it is necessary to understand how to manage mud and cattle.
Dr. David Buys and Ann Sansing discuss the importance of sun safety and your skin.
Dr. Blake Layton talks about the importance of controlling fire ants in pastures and barnyards.
Learn about how to deal with trespassers on your property and how to prevent it from happening.
Randy Rousseau explains how to artificially regenerate hardwoods.
Beef Cattle Specialist Dr. Brandi Karisch talks about matching cattle requirements to available feeds.
Dietetic intern Alex Frantz explains how to tailgate with healthy foods.
Rocky Lemus, Forage Specialist, talks about the Small Ruminant Livestock Workshop.
Tracy Gregory talks about the Winston 100 Wellness on Wheels bicycling program.
Extension Forestry Associate Marc Measells gives an update and outlook on the timber market.
Jane Parish talks about summertime nutrition management for cattle.
State health specialist Dr. David Buys talks about how to prevent and control asthma.
Dr. John Long, Extension 4-H Youth Development Specialist, talks about preparing for 4-H Safety competitions.
Randy Rousseau talks about the history of Arbor Day.
Marc Measells, Extension Forestry Associate, talks about Arbor Day and its importance.
Dr. Maples talks about the cattle inventory and the implications for cattle markets.
MSU Extension Service's PROMISE Initiative aims to prevent prescription opioid misuse.
Community Development Specialist Rachael Carter talks about how to stimulate your local economy.