The Land Show Episode 391

This week on The Land Show:

  • Seth Tuttle, with the Alabama 4-H Foundation, shares about how their organization helps many children across the state learn about agriculture and livestock. Seth also talked about an upcoming fundraising golf tournament on May 11.
  • Russ Walters gives an update on how their planting is coming along this season on their family row crop farm in Covington County, Alabama. Russ also talks briefly about the new “right to repair” laws that allow farmers access to manuals, codes, and tools necessary to work on their equipment.
  • Andrew Harp, with Alabama Ag Credit, joins us to discuss some interesting facts about water in Alabama. Andrew also talks about how he can help people purchasing land or those who already own land borrow money to help with the cost of creating a water feature.
  • Brian Watts, president of the Timber Sales Division of Southeastern Land Group, discusses some recent timber sales they have been able to help landowners with in east Alabama.