Livestock showmen are an important aspect of the pork industry and, of course, should be celebrated on National Pig Day!
Answering the Call: Central Louisiana craftsman preserves Cajun tradition with his sought-after duck calls
Duck hunting has been a part of Louisiana heritage since Cajuns first settled in the region. One man in central Louisiana is keeping the old ways alive by continuing to craft these prized duck calls rooted in tradition.
Members of the Tennessee agricultural community gathered together in Carroll County for “Shooting Hunger,” a heartfelt effort aiming to reduce food insecurity in the Volunteer State.
Johnny Scott, a dedicated 4-H volunteer instructor, epitomizes this synergy as he shares his love for teaching shooting sports.
Farm Family Friday: The Pfeiffer Family’s legacy of dedication and agricultural excellence in Oklahoma
Meet the Pfeiffer Family, of Logan County, Okla., whose passion for ranching runs deep. Their drive shapes not only their daily lives but also leaves a lasting impact on their agricultural community.
Due to the tragic events that occurred on the UNLV Campus on Wednesday, Dec. 6, the Wrangler 2023 NFR will run through Saturday, Dec. 16 with the 10 full rounds set to determine the PRCA World Champions.
A fun new program delivers fun for Seniors in Tennessee!
Equine For All: UK MANNRS’ event shows students the exciting world of equine at Kentucky’s Spy Coast Farms
From grooming to basic horse handling, middle and high school students got a chance to immersed themselves in hands-on euine workshops supervised by UK MANRRS members and professional experts — many, for the very first time.
Stockyards Showdown: Top U.S. livestock auctioneers meet in Minnesota to vie for buckles & bragging rights
More than 30 world-class auctioneers converged on the Tri-County Stockyards in Motley, Minnesota for this year’s World Livestock Auctioneer Championship — compete for buckles, bragging rights, and a big opportunity to represent U.S. auctioneers on a global stage.
When it comes to the show ring, this North Carolina sheep producer is helping raise a different kind of flock
A story that started with hardship ultimately led to a producer impacting the lives of youth involved in sheep showing. The North Carolina Farm Bureau takes us to Haynes Farm in Dobson, N.C., to hear this inspiring story.
Alabama Cooperative Extension Services (ACES) brings us the story of how a state program helped make all the difference in this project.
In today’s blog post by RFD-TV agri-legal expert Roger A. McEowen tackles the task of building a solid hunting use agreement.
Veterinarians and students from Louisiana State University are joining forces to give injured American bald eagles a second shot at freedom.
Learns how cyclists and farmers from Arkansas are coming together to foster harmony on rural roads through a shared sense of safety and respect.
Firm to Farm: The “Farm Products” Rule; PLUS, Are Racehorses (and Breeding Rights) an Agricultural Commodity?
The “farm products rule,” and the 1985 Farm Bill modification and its application – that is the topic of today’s blog post from Agri-Legal Expert Roger McEowen.
The 4-H Nature Explorers Camp embodies the spirit of learning, leadership, and community!
Meet the kids behind the Summer Market Lamb Show in Montgomery County, Tennessee, and hear why they would rather spend their Saturdays showing lambs than doing anything else!
After years of fishing the same honey hole, one North Carolina fisherman has reeled in a record breaker.
Whether the “field of vision” is a hole-in-one or a fruitful soybean season—environmental stewardship is a core focus for both farmers and professional golfing organizations alike.
Life can get a little overwhelming from time to time. UT Extension wants you to know that a simple walk in the woods can benefit both your mental and physical health.
Army Corporal Loren Miles Buffalo grew up a cowboy and a patriot with a dream to raise bucking bulls. He was killed in Afghanistan in 2011, but his passion for PBR lives on thanks to his mother.