"Rural America's Most Important Network"
Schedule here. Notice Imus in the Morning, Mon-Fri.
This morning I found this captivating channel, scanning through hundreds of channels on my parents' dish.
I watched American Rancher, which was a 30-minute commercial for Holden Herefords in northern Montana. (They could use some website pizzaz.) Apparently these are the best kind of cows to breed with your Angus (America's new #1 breed). And darn good people, you know.
Then there was a commercial for Purina cattle food.
And the brand name was AccuRation. I totally need that.
Commercials for cow antibiotics and vaccines.
This one drug "treats a wide range of diseases."
Did you know "carcas trimming" can cost $40/head?
And what do you think are the risks of using these antibiotics on humans? Like in case of the apocalypse? Will these drugs protect me from zombies? Note to self: Figure out who nearby might have animal antibiotics.
All kidding aside, this website might actually have some useful info.
5:00 PM Ken McNabb
"Do You Trust Your Horse?" Developing a long-term relationship with your horse, episode 202.
8:00 PM America's Heartland
MO agri-tourism helps farm family; AZ ranch income from tourists and tree harvests; RI dairy; MN hops and barley, episode 405.
2:00 PM Brazil Ag Report
Agriculture news, markets, and stories from Brazil
and Hee-Haw re-runs.