Ag Education & Resources

As a Macon County Extension Coordinator, Janice Hall spearheaded an inspiring program to celebrate the elderly in her community while also empowering them with vital health resources and — by throwing birthday parties!
Embark on a journey through the heartlands of East Texas with Matthew March as he intertwines education, family legacy, and an unwavering love for the land into a vibrant tapestry of rural life.
When the much-needed rain finally arrives for cattle country, cattle specialists with the Noble Research Institute are urging producers to hold back when it comes to herd expansion.
UK students volunteer at the Campus Kitchen in collecting, organizing and delivering nutritious meals through the Meals on Wings program.
NASA Harvest is a new association led by NASA and the University of Maryland. The goal of the project is to use satellite data for food and agriculture to determine how and why planting dates have changed over the years.
This Week in Louisiana Agriculture shares farmer Warner Hall’s inspiring story, which illustrates the vital supporting role played by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) programs in supporting new farmers and small operations across Rural America.
Farm CPA Paul Neifer joined us Thursday on Market Day Report with insights on the biggest changes to the USDA’s Emergency Relief Program that producers need to know, including how the changes will significantly reduce the payouts farmers will receive compared to years past.
In honor of Veterans Day this weekend, we wanted to take a moment to highlight an incredible program connecting our great nation’s heroes with agriculture!
From drought impact to market volatility, Specialty Risk Insurance provides insurance guidance to farmers and ranchers across the country.
Farmer sentiment is on the rise as producers report improved financial conditions on their farms, according to the latest Ag Economy Barometer in October. CME Executive Director of Ag Research Fred Seamon joined us Tuesday on Market Day Report for a breakdown of the group’s latest survey.
Agri-legal expert Roger McEowen with the Washburn School of Law joined us Monday on Market Day Report to dig into the specifics of the new law and what filing requirements there are for farmers.
Soil Health Institute to host webinars for cotton growers.
Agriculture Accounting Expert Paul Neifer joined us Friday on Market Day Report to take a further look.
Falling feed costs and strong demand for butter could be good news for dairy farmers looking to get their finances back on track.
Arkansas is at the forefront of the agri-food supply chain revolution as one of our nation’s top-producing agricultural states.
Trimble Ag and Ohio State University are teaming up to improve agriculture education through new technology labs!
Getting agriculture curriculum in schools starts with the teachers! This Week in Louisiana Agriculture shows us how educators are getting new tools to do just that.
Texas Ag-Science Teacher Tammy Glascock shapes futures and ignites passions with her instruction in agriculture known across her community for her dedication to her work.
Alabama resident, professor, and forestry expert Maggard says shares his work with the Forest Business Resources program.
Idaho Farm Bureau is taking it one step further and creating a competition for students to grow the largest and best strawberry based on the children’s book.
The first Arbor Day was celebrated in Nebraska City back in the 1870s. Now, the national holiday is held across the US the last Friday of April. Learn more about it’s history, what trees are best for your backyard or farm, and how you might be able to find free ones to plant!