Thursday, February 11, 2016

Fifth Season of American Farmer Kicks Off on RFD-TV on Tuesday March 1, 2016.


American Farmer announces its fifth season, scheduled to broadcast on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 8:30 am ET on RFD-TV.
This new season of American Farmer will cover an array of topics that are sure to amaze spectators. Starting out, the series will take viewers behind-the-scenes to learn about one of the fastest growing industries – industrial hemp, which refers to cannabis varieties that are primarily grown as an agricultural crop. Audiences will learn about industrial hemp, what makes it tick, and where it is headed in the future.
Looking to the skies to help manage their crops, more and more farmers are now adopting new, cutting-edge precision Ag technologies. The show will explore how farmers are using outer space to help life on earth, and how advancements in satellites, high precision positioning systems, smart sensors and a range of IT applications combined with high-tech engineering are helping ranchers and farmers to produce more with less.
The show will cover a number of other topics, including bee security for the future of food, innovations in grain analyzers, remote steering, harvest automation technologies, and more.
"American Farmer is dedicated to exploring the most innovative and groundbreaking changes taking place in the industry," said Kelly Fussell, Producer for the American Farmer series. "We look forward to this new season, which is sure to enlighten and educate our viewers on the latest happening in Agriculture."
About American Farmer: 
American Farmer is a breakthrough program on a mission to showcase the latest advancements in agriculture and farming. From seed to harvest, livestock and more, our producers have traveled the country covering the people, places and issues impacting all areas of farm country.
American Farmer airs Tuesdays at 8:30am ET on RFD-TV. Check your local listing for show times. For more information visit: or contact Kelly Fussell at (866) 496-4065 x 850 or via email at: Kelly(at)AmericanFarmerTV(dot)com.

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