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Peter Gros of the original “Wild Kingdom” show hosts the new series and appears alongside featured guests from conservation organizations. Some of the endangered animals featured in the series include Florida panthers, cougars, bears, wolves, coral and more.
The affable and unassuming international singing star Daniel O’Donnell is one of Ireland’s best known performers – from Australia to Alaska.
The Cowboy Channel is proud to present the re-broadcast of original episodes of the “The Roy Rogers Show!” The show stars Rogers, Dale Evans, Pat Brady, and beloved animal cast members, Trigger (Roger’s Palomino horse), and Bullet (his German Shepherd).
The LEGENDS of the Western Sports World are highlighted in this series, exploring their life and career at the top of their game.
“Cowboys of Thunder” follows longtime PBR legends, friends, and former Hall of Fame riders Luke Snyder and Ross Coleman as they lead a legion of thunderous cowboys on their journey to take home the PBR Team Series Championship in its inaugural season.
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.
Join us weekly for an inside look into the Professional Bull Riders, as we re-cap all the action from the dirt and behind the chutes, along with the latest news across the sport and hard-hitting analysis.
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.”
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.
How do you define Texas? It starts with wide open spaces. It’s a beautiful, enchanted land full of amazing people and places. Then there are the cities and towns—big and small—each with its own culture and way of life. When you add these things together, you have an incredible mix of personalities that make Texas what it is today.
“Small Town, Big Deal” follows hosts Rodney Miller and Jann Carl across the country as they scour rural America for the best stories of faith, hope, patriotism, and good common sense that our small towns and farming communities have to offer.
Honest conversation about agriculture’s biggest issues: technology, policy, labor, etc. Nothing is off-limits.
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!
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Merlin Gene hosts Classic country music and comedy with special guests.
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.
“Gentle Giants” explores the world of draft horses on the farm, in the field, and in the arena. Hosted by champion equestrians Pam Minick and Kadee Coffman, “Gentle Giants” travels across America to see draft horses--from the Legendary Budweiser Clydesdales to hearty Belgian draft horses plowing the fields--at work and at play.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Long before the days of the internet and online streaming, families gathered around their television on Sunday evenings and tuned in to “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom.” It was a simple and magical time. Now, the magic of “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom” has returned to television on RFD-TV!
Starring award-winning artist Perley Curtis, anyone who enjoys the classic sound of real Country music will love “Perley’s Place.” Filmed live at the iconic Nashville Palace, near Opryland in Nashville, TN, with a live audience, it’s one classic County hit after another.
Follow Aumann Auctions coast to coast on a road trip adventure! Each episode of “Old Iron Adventures” highlights the challenges of hosting an auction. Plus, get behind-the-scenes looks, history lessons & meet a cast of very interesting characters along the way!
“Green Acres” meets “Home Improvement” in this refreshing, informative unscripted lifestyle series depicting the hilarious adventures of a suburban family gone rural.
The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum has created a 13-episode television series, “My Bluegrass Story,” The shows are filmed inside the museum with artists interacting with artifacts and talking about their careers. They also perform songs there.
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.
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.