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Georgia peanut farmer with a local peanut delicacy, and Tennessee's annual “Mule Day!
“Big Apple” story at New York orchard. Sharon Profis delivers a recipe for carrot soup.
A California farmer offers homegrown mushroom kits, Native American wild rice harvest.
Arizona farmers raise crops in America’s “Winter Salad Bowl.” Cauliflower frittata recipe.
California walnut grower turning shells into power for the farm.
New Mexico farmers raise free-range birds using yurts. Plantation celebrates two centuries
California rice farmer sells direct to consumers. Farm to Fork turkey burgers.
A Likely Story - Saddle up for a cattle drive and a visit in tiny Likey, CA
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L.C. Ratchford has an unusual ranch. The Arkansas rancher raises buffalo.
Annie Walker says that cranberries are one of the most important fruits in America.
Adding extra flavor to one of America’s most popular vegetables.
Behind-the-Scenes with Associate Producer Tyler Bastine.
Cattle Drive Kid Safety
A special thank you message from Michael Martin Murphey to America's Heartland fans.
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