According to the most recent national climate assessment climate disruptions to agriculture are on the rise, and are projected to become more severe in the future. More>>
Improving the lives of the millions who live and work in Rural America More>>
We remember a rodeo hero who left us 25 years ago. More>>
U.S. Department of Agriculture’s newly created sheep production and marketing grant program will allocate about $1.5 million to help sell the animals. More>>
Nearly a dozen barges and their tugboats have been grounded by sandbars created by sediment washed into the river during last month's flooding. Details provided in the video above. More>>
A recent outbreak of the Equine Herpes virus in Canada has many American horse owners on alert. More>>
It's a dairy farmers dream come true! In Iowa there are cows that milk themselves, thanks to a new robot milker. More>>
Champions of Cheyenne Frontier Days continue to celebrate their victories. And, NRHA professionals come out on top at Denver’s Summer Slide. Plus, one cowboy now has the shot at well over one million dollars More>>
July 30, 2014NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) The U.S. Department of Agriculture says America’s cattle herd is at its lowest level in nearly 40 years, and experts say that's likely to keep beef prices rising. Our partner at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Gary Crawford explains more in the video above. More>>
Check out what Steve Kenyon, host of "Western Sports Roundup," has to say about his RURAL RADIO lifestyle. More>>
For most backyard gardeners and small farmers, saving seeds from vegetables and flowers to use in a future garden is a time-honored tradition. More>>
The latest U.S. Department of Agriculture cattle reports show that America’s cattle herd is still shrinking. More>>
Champions are named at the daddy of them all, and, the first group of steer wrestlers have places set for The American semifinals. Plus, the rodeo action of the Calgary Stampede is coming to RFD-TV. More>>
Five thousand soldiers from the Michigan National Guard and four other states have been at Camp Grayling since July 12th, participating in artillery training. But now the hard work is done, and it's time to relax with the help of the United Services Organization. More>>
Come summer there's nothing quite like the taste of sweet, fresh peaches. More>>
A recent senate agriculture committee hearing found experts are divided over new nutrition standards for school meals. More>>
Leaders from America’s beef cattle industry will travel to Denver, Colorado next week for the 2014 Cattle Industry Summer Conference. More>>
Expanding business opportunities across rural America was the focus of an important two-day conference in the nation’s capital. More>>
Day five changes up the leader boards in Cheyenne, plus, one rodeo family leaves Salinas Rodeo with some shiny new buckles. On the other hand, injury sidelines some of the best in the rodeo business. More>>
Today the Heftys are hosting a very special Ag-PhD field day on their farm just outside of Baltic, South Dakota. More>>
The good news about continuing crop conditions has some farmers a bit skeptical causing them to wait for the other shoe to drop! More>>
Since the Emerald Ash Borers' emergence in Minnesota in 2009, it's caused major problems to ash trees. In the past few years, Stingless Wasps have been released to fight these nasty pests. More>>
NHSRA’s ‘all-around cowboy' is carrying on the champion tradition. And, the votes are in for the worst PBR wrecks of the season. More>>
This week Vern Isenhower celebrated his 103rd birthday.
In Oklahoma the quality of water in nine streams has improved to the point where they've been removed from the Environmental Protection Agency’s list of impaired waterways.
U.S. Department of Agriculture officials say conditions are the best they've seen in quite some time, especially when it comes to corn and soybeans.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack wants to expand a program that helps feed low income children when school is out for summer.
Cheyenne Frontier Days makes the cowboys work for the prize money.
Missouri voters will have the chance to vote on August 5th for a constitutional amendment. More>>
Farmers and ranchers across the country are being urged to consider running for their local Farm Service Agency county committees. More>>
The High School Rodeo Association has a new set of national champions. More>>
For seven weeks each summer, Future Farmers of America members from across the country travel to the nation’s capital city for the Washington Leadership Conference. More>>
Free military family camps, which are offered at no cost to military families. The only requirement is show up and have a good time! More>>
Barrel racer Kaley Bass, 21, of Kissimmee is literally on top of the world. More>>
Rescuing someone trapped in a bin is unique for emergency respondents who need to be specially trained for that situation. More>>
The list of team ropers heading to The American semifinals continues to grow, and a few good barrel horses are helping to keep winning, in the family. Plus, California’s largest rodeo, Salinas, is in full swing. More>>
One young cowboy has made it to the International Finals Rodeo, without ever "seeing" a horse. More>>
Pictures of the Action during the USTRC qualifier this morning. More>>
Crop growth depends on how close producers are to the Missouri River. More>>
Fast times along with high marks are coming in from the National High School Finals Rodeo. More>>
It looks like there will be less milk production for 2014 than expected, but things look brighter for 2015. More>>
Wildlife researchers with University of Tennessee’s Institute of Agriculture are warning people to take steps to prevent tick bites this summer. More>>
Scientists predict a two-billion dollar hit to California's economy due to drought. More>>
Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ET on RFD-TV, "The Rural Golfer" hits the links with Steve Elkington, introducing golf fans to special courses across the country.
This summer Pro Fantasy Rodeo and RFD-TV are excited to announce a brand new concept in the sport of rodeo. More>>
RFD-TV is proud to announce the second RFD-TV’s THE AMERICAN Presented by Polaris RANGER will be held March 1, 2015. More>>
Get your tickets to see Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives in Omaha, Nebraska, on July 11, 2014. More>>
THE AMERICAN presented by Polaris RANGER aired live on March 2, 2014 from Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium, the richest one-day rodeo in the history of the sport.