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Rural Theft


With all the efforts of law enforcement, farmers are still victims of thieves. Everett Griner tells us what the biggest crime on farms is.


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Honey Poo Poo


Imported honey may not be 100 percent honey. Everett Griner explains.


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Import-Export


Agriculture still leads in international trade. Everett Griner explains why.


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Farm for Fun

Southeast AgNet's Everett Griner
Everett Griner tells us how farms provide more than just food.


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Saddle Up


Everett Griner gives a bit of history of the horse in America, and what it is used for mostly today.


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Changing Markets


While U.S. meat consumption is down, exports are up. Everett Griner explains.


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Animal Technology


Everett Griner talks about the changing technology of cattle breeding.


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Memorabilia


Today Everett Griner tells us of memories of early farming.


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Well Kept

Southeast AgNet's Everett Griner
Everett Griner talks about resolutions, and what farmers must do to keep theirs.


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Agri-Terrorism

Southeast AgNet's Everett Griner
Is our food supply fully protected? Everett Griner discusses this today.


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4H

Southeast AgNet's Everett Griner
4H is America’s foremost social teacher. Everett Griner talks about 4H and our children learn from it.


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Try it Yourself

Very few people have any concept of the work migrant laborers do. Everett Griner has a story of a man that gave it a try.


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Tree Nut Truth

Pecan production is still expanding. Everett Griner looks at pecans today.


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White Nose Syndrome

Today, Everett Griner explores White Nose Syndrome. The disease that is killing our bats.


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Fresh What?

Everett Griner discusses seafood fraud today, and leaves a lot of question to ponder.


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Ag in Review for the Week Ending March 28, 2014

A highlight of agricultural news for this week from around the Southeast.

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Home Made

Preserving home grown foods is on a comeback. Everett Griner explains.


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Feral Hogs

Today Everett Griner talks about the multiplication of feral hogs, and the nuisance they are to producers.


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Road Hazard

Contrary to public thought, farm equipment MUST use public roads. Everett Griner discusses this today.


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Farm Cuts

Many growers are getting government help. Everett Griner explains.


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What’s For Dinner?

Everett Griner gives us some facts showing that American food is not a world standard.


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New Wine

Everett Griner tells us how the scuppernong grape is finding acceptance.


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New Approach to Feeding the World

Southeast AgNet's Everett Griner
Could Africa provide its own food? This is a question Everett Griner explores today.


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Sweet Possibilities

Everett Griner tells us about a new sweetener showing promise.


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Another Farm Loss

This has been on the attack since the 1980’s by the environmental sources. Methyl Bromide is on the way out. Everett Griner tells us who will be affected the most.


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Juicy Problem

Citrus greening plagues Florida citrus growers. Everett Griner explains.


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UMA’a

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or drones as some folks call them, are here to stay. Everett Griner tells why.


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Healthy Foods

Everett Griner explains the demand for fresh foods ids still growing.


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Grass Problems

Diseases and insects are invading our pastures. Everett Griner looks at the reasons why and what may be done about it.


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Water Wars

Southeast AgNet's Everett Griner
Who should control water rights? That is a question a lot of people are asking. Today, Everett Griner looks at some solutions.


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