Rare Planetary Alignment Dazzles Early Morning Sky

Rare Planetary Alignment Dazzles Early Morning Sky

Oregon puts in new guidelines to protect farmworkers from heat

Oregon puts in new guidelines to protect farmworkers from heat

News from Ukraine: farmers are still farming despite the war's toll on the industry

News from Ukraine: farmers are still farming despite the war's toll on the industry

Attorney Generals are supporting NPPC's SCOTUS brief to overturn California's Prop 12

Attorney Generals are supporting NPPC's SCOTUS brief to overturn California's Prop 12

RMI Survey: rural bankers expecting recession, remain optimistic about ag sector

RMI Survey: rural bankers expecting recession, remain optimistic about ag sector

Senate Resolution to Protect Rural Programming

Senate Resolution to Protect Rural Programming

The New Crop

The New Crop

Cow Guy Close

Cow Guy Close

Exmark Backyard Life

Exmark Backyard Life

Elder Fraud Isn't Always “Stranger Danger”

Elder Fraud Isn't Always “Stranger Danger”

Lehman's Savoring Summer Sweepstakes

Lehman's Savoring Summer Sweepstakes

Beef costs for consumers are up, so why aren't producers getting a profit?

Kansas State University Extension Livestock Market Economist, Dr. Glynn Tonsor describes the rising cost of grain in feed lots.

"God put man on this earth to take care of his land, and that's all we're doing"

In St. Landry Parish, Nicholas and Courtney Gerace are raising crops, cows, and kids. They are relying on their faith for all three.

The cause of New Mexico's largest wildfire is revealed; Sec. Vilsack orders Forest Service to protect forestland

A report shows The U.S. Forest Service's errors during a routine prescribed burn contributed to the largest wildfire in New Mexico history.

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RFD-TV Weather Forecast - Friday, June 24, 2022
RFD-TV Weather Forecast - Friday, June 24, 2022

MDR morning weather forecast, Friday, June 24, 2022. (9:20 AM ET)

The heatwave has a chokehold on U.S. agriculture
The heatwave has a chokehold on U.S. agriculture

The heatwave has started in the southwest and has stretched all the way to the East Coast, impacting farmers along the way.

USDA and FDA are urged to crack down on food labeling
USDA and FDA are urged to crack down on food labeling

The House Committee is calling on the USDA and FDA to tackle food labeling issues.

This week's American Farm Family has a multi-generational dairy who finds success in innovation
This week's American Farm Family has a multi-generational dairy who finds success in innovation

We head to Texas to visit Tex-Stein Dairy, who has been passed down through many generations.

How is wheat harvest looking in the Bayou State?
How is wheat harvest looking in the Bayou State?

This Week in Louisiana Agriculture introduces us to a wheat farmer who says things have been falling into place for his wheat harvest.

Beef costs for consumers are up, so why aren't producers getting a profit?
Beef costs for consumers are up, so why aren't producers getting a profit?

Kansas State University Extension Livestock Market Economist, Dr. Glynn Tonsor describes the rising cost of grain in feed lots.

USDA steps up support for TX and WA ports; lawmakers tackle shipping issues for meat industry
USDA steps up support for TX and WA ports; lawmakers tackle shipping issues for meat industry

USDA plans support for the Port of Houston and Northwest Seaport Alliance. Lawmakers are also addressing shipping issues for the industry with the Ocean Shipping Reform Act.

Building Back their Lives: Community comes together to help one farm family overcome a tragedy
Building Back their Lives: Community comes together to help one farm family overcome a tragedy

For decades, one family has welcomed thousands of visitors to their home in Raft River, Idaho. One day, they got a call that their house was on fire. We share how they overcame that.

How are farmers grappling with extreme heat's toll on livestock?
How are farmers grappling with extreme heat's toll on livestock?

We hear from a Kentucky farmer who shares how he is protecting his livestock as extreme heat continues across the country.

The cause of New Mexico's largest wildfire is revealed; Sec. Vilsack orders Forest Service to protect forestland
The cause of New Mexico's largest wildfire is revealed; Sec. Vilsack orders Forest Service to protect forestland

A report shows The U.S. Forest Service's errors during a routine prescribed burn contributed to the largest wildfire in New Mexico history.

RR - THUR, 12-16-21

Record heat creates unprecedented weather in the Midwest. We tally the number of ships backed up in West coast ports.Taco Bell ditches Beyond Meat. Here's today's top trending Ag stories with RFD-TV's Kelly Theiss.

RR - WED, 12-15-21

RFDTV turns 21! Biden travels to Rural Kentucky after deadly tornadoes. And hog producers can sign up for pandemic relief. Here's today's top trending Ag stories with RFD-TV's Kelly Theiss.

RR - TUE, 12-14-21

Kentucky Ag groups rally to help tornado victims. Why your grocery receipts are higher. And a Colorado Elk plays Ding-Dong Ditch. Here's today's top trending Ag stories with RFD-TV's Kelly Theiss.

RR - TUE, 12-07-21


A warning from a top oil company exec about the clean energy switch. Oregon heat kills Christmas trees. And record corn exports in 2021. Here's today's top trending Ag stories with RFD-TV's Kelly Theiss.

RR - THUR, 12-09-21

It is a great time to sell your used tractor!. Plus, buying a real Christmas trees could put you in a better mood. Here's today's top trending Ag stories with RFD-TV's Kelly Theiss.

RR - WED, 12-08-21


Mixed reaction on EPA's 2022 Biofuel obligations. Farm income is on the rise. Here's today's top trending Ag stories with RFD-TV's Kelly Theiss.

RR - THUR, 12-02-21

Find out how the supply chain crisis will impact your holiday baking. India repeals it's controversial farm laws after a year of protests. Here's today's top trending Ag stories with RFD-TV's Kelly Theiss.

My Bluegrass Story

My Bluegrass Story

What could happen if triple-digit heat hits the Midwest when corn is in its reproductive stage?

USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, discusses the recent heat wave in the Deep South and its impacts on corn during a vital stage of crop development.

Mixed Reaction: Ag groups reveal skepticism regarding cattle reform measures

Ag groups are showing mixed reactions on the passage of two major cattle reform measures in the Senate Ag Committee.

Update from the Field: Leighton, Alabama

Spring planting is underway for some producers. Let's head to Alabama to get an update from the field from a Leighton farmer.

Beyond misleading: Beyond Meat hit with lawsuit over protein values

Beyond Meat was just hit with another lawsuit. It says that the company overstates its protein values and misleads consumers.

Perfect storm of weather conditions caused the massive cattle deaths in Southwest Kansas

It was more than extreme heat behind the deaths of over 2,000 head of cattle in Southwest Kansas during mid-June.