America's Heartland is the only national television series celebrating and profiling the people, places and processes of American agriculture. The program's interesting stories, presented in a visually stunning HD format, help non-farm viewers understand where and how their food, fuel and fiber are produced.Visit America's Heartland Website
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Climate change affecting American agriculture, farmers learn to do more with less water
Cotton, cotton harvest, cotton fibers are transformed into denim jeans
High school farming students, school bus powered by soybeans, cheese biscuits
Battling bugs and bacteria to make our food safer, into the woods to encounter feral hogs
Jason Shoultz travels the country to explore why bacon continues to grow in popularity
Improved sugarcane soil farming, grilled peach recipe, Michigan improves the environment
Prize winning peaches, Massachusetts cranberry bogs, Vermont maple sugaring, strawberries
Urban gardening, 300 year old farm, urbanization in historic Massachusetts, mushrooms
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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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