Agriculture Shows

For the latest information on how to take your operation from good to great, tune into Ag PhD. The program includes a wide range of agronomic information from how to maximize your fertilizer program & tiling to stopping those yield-robbing insects and crop diseases and more.
Host and comedian Charlie Berens presents each state with commentary, fun facts and thought-provoking questions. These fast-paced, light-hearted episodes explore what makes America, and what Americans make. Chances are something will surprise you.
On the air for over 34 years, AgDay Television is the nation’s only daily national television outlet focusing on agriculture and rural America.
America’s Heartland brings positive, heartfelt stories about American agriculture to viewers in both urban and rural areas.
Hosted by Pam Minick, “The American Rancher” focuses on the people and places that make ranching an American lifestyle. This half-hour magazine format series features livestock producers and their ranches, animals, and ranching practices.
As the trusted voice of the U.S. cattle and beef industry, the National Cattlemen Beef Association strives to share timely, relevant news. NCBA’s “Cattlemen to Cattlemen” is the leading TV show for beef producers to receive cattle industry news, education, and information.
This high-yield corn contest showcases real-life Corn Warriors dealing with elements that every farmer knows well. Get an authentic look at what it takes to compete in a high-yield corn contest, and see who will take the title of Corn King.
Join markets specialist Scott Shellady, better known as the Cow Guy, as he covers the market-close, breaking down headlines that drive the commodities and equities markets with commentary from respected industry heavyweights.
Itchy dog? Calf with a cough? Lame horse? “DocTalk” with host Dr. Dan Thomson will be making house calls and discussing important issues related to livestock welfare and management, including current animal ag research information, food safety, and companion animal health issues.
Farm Next, a new Pivot Bio Original series produced with Farm Progress, is where some of the greatest minds in agriculture take center stage to showcase the next big thing in ag.
Honest conversation about agriculture’s biggest issues: technology, policy, labor, etc. Nothing is off-limits.
Farmweek is broadcast from Mississippi, one of the South’s most geographically diverse states. The Magnolia State’s most important resource is its people—and about a fourth of the state’s population hold jobs tied to agriculture.
Check out FFA Today, a fun and fast-paced show featuring fascinating stories about amazing kids and unique agriculture industries.
The Farm Monitor shines a light on Southeastern agriculture and is the only weekly news and information program dedicated to Georgia’s largest and most important industry: agriculture.
How Farms Work is a family-friendly YouTube channel that showcases beef and crop farms located in Southwestern Wisconsin. Equipment operation, techniques, and farming strategies are all first-hand accounts given by Ryan, an Agriculture Business major whose family runs these farms.
Misilla is the host of Learn to Grow and The Crafty Mom on YouTube. A Pacific Northwest mother of four who is passionate about organic gardening, sustainable living, homesteading, and education, her videos and social media posts consist of gardening, outdoor recreation, healthy living, crafts, science experiments, DIY projects, and delicious recipes.
Journey into lives of two hard-working farm families to see the risks, rewards, and funny shenanigans that take place every day. From cat-fishing and watermelon smashing and pig chasing and go-cart racing—there is never a dull moment on these family farms. We’ll also get a modern look at the newest cutting-edge farming techniques that are revolutionizing the industry and providing a greener and more sustainable way to grow.
“Machinery Pete” takes you inside the industry, with farmers and dealers, providing a comprehensive look at used farm equipment. This half-hour show averages 125,000+ viewers weekly and currently experiencing quite a growth pattern.
Hosted by Greg Peterson (AKA Machinery Pete), Machinery Pete TV: Auction Edition will give viewers a behind-the-scenes preview of a new monthly auction presented in partnership by Machinery Pete and BigIron Auctions.
Every day, “Market Day Report” delivers “live” coverage of agri-business news, weather, and commodity market information from across the world. Our market coverage is constantly updated every half-hour, bringing you the latest on the markets.
Host Ben Bailey hops in the tractor cab, giving farmers 10 minutes to answer as many questions and grab as much cash as they can for their local FFA chapter.
The idea of a legacy is crafted with future generations in mind, but the reality of one is chiseled by thousands of big and small choices made by generations gone by. If we study the past, can we find hope for the future? Can a foundation of organized agricultural democracy still be used to improve the quality of rural life? Throughout the past 100 years, the people, principles and purpose of the Montana Farm Bureau Federation have offered a resounding ‘yes’ to these questions.
At Pivot Bio, we are dedicated to creating exciting innovations and opportunities for our valued customers – including all-new original programming that connects viewers with more powerful ideas. These shows engage, enlighten and entertain farmers and communities while supporting agriculture organizations, such as FFA, as we work together to build the future of agriculture.
RFD-TV is always creating new ways for rural America to educate and to be educated. RURAL AMERICA LIVE, the network’s longest-running self-produced program, is certainly no exception. Through its 60-minute live, call-in format, viewers can spend quality time learning about the featured organization’s products or services and are even given an opportunity to interact with the featured representatives and expert panelists.
Watch Rural Evening News to catch up on that day’s news surrounding agriculture and markets from across the world. Along with market news, our news staff will bring you news stories covering topics including auctions, cattle, farm equipment, ranch, real estate, and much more!
Simply Southern TV explores all of Alabama—from barnyards and backroads to metros and highways—to bring you the best stories on farming, gardening, forestry, rural living, and youth in agriculture.
Cole Sonne is a fourth-generation farmer living in Southeastern South Dakota. His family farm raises Black Angus bulls and grows alfalfa, grass, hay, corn, and soybeans. Cole says, “I make these videos for your entertainment (and for my own, as well)!”
A few years ago, the Stoney Ridge Farmer moved from a 1/3-acre lot in the city to a 150-acre farm nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
Packed with nuts-and-bolts information on production agriculture, along with new features with well-known ag personalities, behind-the-scenes looks at innovative farm shops, and insider advice from agriculture influencers.
Tara Beaver Coronado (formerly known as Beaver Vineyards) is a farmer in Northern California. She raises grain crops with her dad. Tara planted her very first vineyard in 2018. Her channel is centered around her daily life on the farm, as well as promoting the diversity and scale of California agriculture.
Texas Country Reporter
How do you narrow down the best-of-the-best “Texas Country Reporter” episodes across 50 seasons and hundreds of episodes? We didn’t know where to start! Instead, we turned to the expert—TCR host Bob Phillips himself—for help with this special collection of episodes, “TCR Classics: Bob’s Picks.”
From cattle to cotton and rodeos to rockets—"Texas Agriculture Matters” is a fun, informative look at the role of agriculture in our daily lives. The show utilizes the trademark wit and wisdom of its host Commissioner Sid Miller — an 8th generation farmer, rancher, and 12-time world champion rodeo cowboy — to explore a new Texas agriculture-related topic every week.”
RFD-TV has partnered with a handful of agricultural social media influencers whom we have dubbed The New Crop. These folks have taken to the internet to tell their stories and to raise awareness of where our food comes from and all that goes into feeding the world population.
From the creators of Corn Warriors, The Podfather is back with an all-new season! Join Cory Atley, Temple Rhodes, Perry Galloway, Matt Miles, and newcomer Grant Smith as they power through the 2021 Growing Season. Striving forward with new technologies and practices to face the unpredictable forces of Mother Nature, these five farmers will compete to be donned... The Podfather!
From the rapid technological advances in the business of farming to the policy that helps shape the industry, growers get unparalleled perspective from these guys: Orion, Max, and Greg—names producers have long known and trusted for agriculture news, weather, and commentary.
Before grilling machines, get-rich-quick real estate programs, and swimsuit models hawking weight loss gadgets, early morning television in Louisiana was dominated by farm programming.
Crop yield champions David Hula from Virginia and Randy Dowdy from Georgia are back for another season with the aim of schooling more growers across the country in their winning ways.
On the air for over 41 years, U.S. Farm Report remains the longest-running syndicated program focusing on agriculture news and business, rural issues and the country lifestyle.
Heavy D, Diesel Dave and the crew at DieselSellerz are known for building big, bad diesel trucks. Is the team up for the challenge of building the ultimate farm truck? Follow along as the team navigates the challenges of the build while preparing to change the way people look at farm trucks. Check out this all-new show from Pivot Bio!
The Virtual Farm Show brings all the new Agricultural technologies and product advancements to farmers and ranchers on a weekly basis.
In the first week of each month, “Down Home Virginia,” produced by the Virginia Farm Bureau, airs its half-hour program. Other states’ Farm Bureaus featured on different weeks include Texas, Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Idaho, and New York, and news from the American Farm Bureau from Washington, D.C.
The goal of “Where the Food Comes From” is as simple as its name implies — host Chip Carter takes you along on the journey of where our food comes from — and we don’t just mean to the supermarket (though that’s part of the big picture!). But beyond where it comes from, how it gets there, and all the links in the chain that make that happen.