Valley AG Weekly 12-4-16
Dahnke's Tree Patch Christmas is just around the corner and i want to find out about growing christmas trees, and i guess you guys go christmas trees yes, we do we've got 25 acres growing trees and this is our 32nd year, 32 years of hopefully putting smiles on faces i think so and making the holiday spirit come to life I want to introduce you to Doug Dahnke and Doug you and your wife started this business you say 32 years ago in 1984 and how many acres of trees?
Valley AG Weekly - 11/06/16
Barry Kent brings you his Valley AG weekly from downtown in one Valley City to learn about …
Valley AG Weekly 10/30/16
Barry Kent is joined by Sue Urban with Clay County Extension and 4H on this week's segment of …
Valley Ag Weekly 10-23-16
Valley AG Weekly 10/16/16
Barry Kent with another segment of Valley AG Weekly.
Valley Ag Weekly 10-9-16
Valley Ag weekly we're here at Ditzler orchards up in Parke county, joining me is Judy Ditzler and …
Valley AG Weekly 10/02/16
This week on AG Weekly, Barry Kent talks to those who work with the alpacas out at St. Mary of the …
Valley AG Weekly 9-25-16
This week on Valley Ag Weekly we're at pumpkin works. We're here standing out in the pumpkin patch …
Valley AG Weekly 9-11-16
This week on Valley AG weekly we're here at Ceres solutions in clay city talking with Dennis Ritter…
Valley AG weekly 8-28-16
The Harvey Organic Farm with Matthew Harvey and free range chickens
Valley AG Weekly 8-21-16
Here's a look at this week's Valley AG Weekly, with Barry Kent.
Valley AG Weekly 8-7-16
From rabbits to milkshakes, Barry Kent takes us on a little trip to the Parke County Fair.
Valley AG Weekly 7-31-16
Emma Beasley talks about showing her pigs, and multiple clubs. Also joining us is Kale Williams …
Valley AG Weekly 7-17-16
Anna Keith and Taylor Guevara talk about their 4H project of goats.
Valley AG Weekly 7-3-16
Jennifer Cook with details for the Vigo County Fair
Valley AG Weekly 6-19-16 with Ivy Tech
Ivy Tech plot with sweet corn
Valley AG Weekly 6-12-16
Barry Kent with Ditzler farm. Judy Ditzler with the farming of berries