Western Sports Roundup
Sports reports and standings not covered by the current sports channels. This show features PRCA rodeo results, the PBR standings for both riders and bulls, as well as recaps from the many held around the country of interest to equine owners including barrel racing, cutting, reining, team roping, and other participant sports. In addition, WSR looks ahead to preview upcoming events.
Produced by Las Vegas Events, NFR Extra explores the personalities and stories in and behind the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, the annual rodeo championship showcase held in Las Vegas since 1985. Under the theme of “All Dirt, All Rodeo, All Year,” NFR Extra follows current and former rodeo contestants, country music performers, stock contractors, rodeo industry insiders and more. NFR Extra is hosted by Nevada Colwell and ProRodeo announcer Steve Goedert, along with former collegiate rodeo athlete Brilynn Bentley.
Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World
Each week, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World draws upon outdoor experts from across the country, including those within the Bass Pro Shops family. Rob Keck, Bass Pro Shops’ director of conservation and a Redhead® pro hunter, and his guests provide listeners with the latest information about hunting, fishing and wildlife conservation.
DSC’s Kinder Outdoors
DSC’s Kinder Outdoors invites you to join them “in the camp house” each week to talk fishing, hunting, the shooting sports, and more with host Billy Kinder, his guests, and top notch pros.
Host Rebecca Wanner dives into the stories of hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, cooking and anything that has to do with the outdoors and the back trails. Guests share their stories about success, failure, and the one that got away. Hear not just about gear, but more about what makes the outdoors relatable to everyone.
Ranch It Up!
Award-winning entertainer Jeff “Tigger” Erhardt digs into the stories of ranching, cattle, farming, food, cowboys, rodeo, markets and the western way of life. Guests from all sectors of animal and food production share tips, ideas, strategies and humorous stories of those people who live at the end of dirt roads.
From the TV version of the daily agricultural news program produced by Farm Journal Media. From Capitol Hill to commodity markets, AgDay provides the information that farmers and ranchers need to succeed.
Half-hour “preview” of all commodity markets at 8:30am ET immediately preceding the opening of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Markets, featuring “live” interviews with brokers in the pit, as well as respected analysts from around the country. Then, at 5:30pm ET, Commodity Wrap recaps the day’s commodity price movements.
Market Day Report
The nation’s only 5-hour weekday broadcast dedicated to providing the information so important to rural America which is not being covered by any other cable news or financial channel. Each half-hour contains a rural news, weather, and market report that are constantly updated throughout the broadcast. Content comes straight from the floor of the CME in Chicago, and from Washington DC at the USDA. In addition, rural associations and companies feed news stories to the network on a daily basis in order to get coverage for their membership and interests. Market Day report is produced by RFD-TV in our Nashville studios on Music Row.
Living the Country Life
Daily 3-minute vignettes produced by hosts Betsy Freese and Jodi Henke, sharing tips from experts across the United States to help you around your acreage.
Features the newsmakers and analysis that impact agriculture and rural America. Host Chip Flory facilitates a discussion about issues and ideas important to Rural America on this nationally syndicated broadcast.
Ag PhD Radio
For the latest information on how to take your operation from good to great, tune into Ag PhD Radio. With information ranging from how to maximize your fertilizer program & tiling to stopping those yield-robbing insects and crop diseases and more. Plus, you’ll enjoy our weekly segments, including Farm Basics, Iron Talk, and the Weed of the Week.
The latest headlines from around the world of North American agriculture and discussions on current events, markets, agronomy, machinery, farm management, and real-time issues impacting broad acre farmers, beef and dairy producers, and North American agriculture as a whole.
Rural Evening News
The nation’s only prime-time production featuring news, weather, and market reports delivered from a rural perspective. This is a simulcast of the RFD-TV RURAL EVENING NEWS produced Monday-Friday from our Nashville studios on Music Row, in conjunction with our Washington DC news bureau and a mobile satellite production team attending major rural events.
A non-denominational service that features the Bible from the cowboy perspective, hosted by Susie McEntire, the sister of Reba McEntire. Broadcast from a different location each week, the program is tuned in by those going to, and coming from, their Sunday church service.
Rural America Live
One-hour “Larry King LIVE” type program with studio guest(s). The program gives an opportunity for companies to showcase their products and services and allow listeners to interact live with the participating company.
Hosted by Marji Guler-Alaniz, the show features the stories of every day women in agriculture doing great things. Women who are making the ordinary extraordinary, following their passion, taking action, and making a difference for themselves and others.
A weekly report from the nation’s premier youth organization, this radio program gives FFA supporters the news on the organization, with member-submitted updates, interviews with officers and famous alumni, and more.
This Week in Agribusiness
Max Armstrong and Mike Pearson recap the nation’s top agricultural news, weather and markets each weekend on RURAL RADIO. This Week in Agribusiness airs in the mornings on Saturday and evenings Sunday.
US Farm Report
A premiere weekly broadcast devoted to agriculture news, weather, and features airs each weekend on RURAL RADIO. US Farm Report airs in the evenings on Saturday and mornings on Sunday. Produced by Farm Journal Media.