A nonprofit is offering equine therapy for people with disabilities and special needs, using horses to help them grow emotionally, physically, and mentally.
Founder Kennedy Hamilton started the business from her own life experiences and wants to not only help individuals but also promote ag and her rural roots.
She spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison on how she started the program, how it works, and some of her success stories.
The Clark Family, of Brownwood, Texas, are finalists for the state’s Young Farmers & Ranchers award. Known for cultivating a thriving ranching operation across five generations, the current steward, Jay, is doing so with an ever-growing commitment to regenerative practices.
At the heart of High Sierra Ag lies a duo of unlikely heroes: Waylon and Willie, a couple of Outlaws turned farm guardians, who recently earned the prestigious title of 2023 California Farm Bureau Farm Dog of the Year.
Mississippi State University Extension’s wellness program is helping making a difference in Bolton when it comes to educating young people on the importance of a healthy lifestyle and recognizing health risks in their rural community.