Wheat’s The Word

July 31, 2017

Bread, pasta, cookies, crackers, pizza – you can’t spell “wheat” without “eat.” We talk to Phil McLain, a North Carolina wheat grower who’s also the Board Chairman of the National Wheat Foundation.


We’re Nuts For Almonds

July 16, 2017

You say “almond,” she says “am-mend.” As Almond Girl Jenny, this hull-splitting, tree-shaking, fourth-generation nutty farm girl talks about the crop that’s our favorite go-to snack.


Young Farmer Fills Big Shoes

June 28, 2017

From on-farm research to breaking yield records, James Wray is following in big footsteps in a big way in Arkansas. 


Raising 5 Kids & Crops

June 18, 2017

Farmer dad Doug Luther of Nebraska talks row crops, carpet farming, sandblasted pickups, faith and wrangling 10,000 acres and five kids. 


Cotton Farmer Outta Compton

June 4, 2017

Weeds, wine, sand-fighting season, turn row meltdowns – all part of Mike Lass’ story, from California to growing cotton in the South Plains of Texas.


Rockin’ Ag Like a Mother

May 14, 2017

Ag moms rock! Hear how Meredith Bernard went from corporate to cattle. She's at her happiest balancing family and farming.


Rice Rice Baby

May 4, 2017

Rice farming in the Arkansas Delta, socialism, Ernest Hemingway, duck hunting – and Donnarie rapping. Yep, it’s all here.


New Kids On The Ag Block

April 20, 2017

Ag is becoming more progressive and offering new career opportunities beyond the farm. Donnarie dishes with Tim Hammerich of AgGrad and college student, Derek Doeing about the Future of Ag.


What Happens When Nothing Happens?

April 3, 2017

Listen in as Dr. Larry Steckel of the University of Tennessee runs an Engenia™ Herbicide demo with the hopes of having no results.


The Bean Counter Weighs In

January 19, 2017

What’s the outlook for soybeans in 2017? David Widmar, an ag economist with Purdue University, gives us his outlook on market ups and downs.