OFI 309: How To Create An Online And Local Meat, Egg And Produce Delivery Business | Zac Harrison | Fresh Harvest Georgia

 

 SHOW NOTES

KEY IDEAS: 

This interview has so much to offer I don’t even know where to begin.  Zac Harrison has had a great last 10 years since finishing high school.  He pursued his dream of being a musician for several years.  When the time came to move from that dream he loaded up on a motorcycle and drove cross country from Atlanta to California.

While Zac was in California he discovered a passion for agriculture and developed a vision of what would later become Fresh Harvest.  Now, at age 28, he is 5 years into building this business and has found the way to market local produce online to customers in the city.  His model is revolutionary and is likely to be replicated.

Just when I thought I had mined all the gold out of this interview I asked Zac about hiring team members for Fresh Harvest.  That is when he dropped another nugget on me. Fresh Harvest chose its location based on a desire to hire refugees who had been relocated to the Atlanta area.  Zac and his partner saw a need and a way to serve refugees at the same time as serving farmers and his community.  What a great example of social entrepreneurship!  What a great example of vision!

ADVICE FROM ZAC:

GUT CHECK: Before you start a business take some time to really imagine what it would be like if you worked twice as much as you are imagining.  Then see if it still sounds fun.  If it does, go for it!

COMMON VISION: When you are assembling a team make sure that you surround yourself with people who share your vision and with people that you want to work with.

BEST BUSINESS ADVICE ZAC HAS RECEIVED:

CONTROL: Realize that you are not in control so when things do not go well you can accept that and keep moving forward.

BLESSED: Have an attitude of gratitude and realize that you have been blessed even to try and live your life this way.

SERVE: Be an employer that serves your team members.  Not the other way around.

PERSONAL HABIT THAT HELPS ZAC SUCCEED:

LISTS: Zac likes to make lists and stay organized.  This helps him to get things done and stay calm when things get crazy.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Zac’s Telephone #: (404) 226-5847

Zac’s Email: zac@freshharvestga.com

Fresh Harvest Georgia’s Website (click on the image):

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

Check us out on the D&B Supply Show where we get to focus in on very specific farming issues like tank heaters, fencing, regulations, etc.

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OFI 308: How To Begin Your Horse Training Business | FFA SAE Edition | Ana Minnick | Mexico High School FFA

SHOW NOTES

INTRODUCING ANA MINNICK!

Ana Minnick is an incoming senior from Mexico High School in Missouri.  She has loved horses all of her life and is figuring out early that she could make a living working with horses if she wishes.

Ana has begun giving riding lessons as part of her entrepreneurship and agricultural education SAE through her high school.  She has had people ask for lessons in the past based on their knowledge of her. Now, she is developing a client list of students.

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Horse Riding Lessons

HIGH SCHOOL: Mexico High School

MASCOT: Bulldogs

FFA ADVISOR: Kendra Allen

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR ANA MINNICK:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Mexico High School website:

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Ana’s FFA Advisor’s Email Address: kallen@mexico.k12.mo.us

Mexico High School Telephone Number: 573-581-3773

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO!

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Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback:

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OFI 307: Social Entrepreneurship, Product Development And The FFA | FFA SAE Edition | Sophie Richards | South Holt R-1 FFA


SHOW NOTES

Introducing Sophie Richards! 

Our guest today is engaging in what is commonly referred to as “social entrepreneurship”.  This is something that is emerging and changing in entrepreneurship all across the landscape.  Benevolence is built into the sales and marketing model.

In Sophie’s case she is creating two products for sale in different seasons – painted flower pots in the spring and “pink porcelain pumpkins” in the fall.  She is doing this under the business name “Sophie’s Crafts.”  Of the pumpkins that she sells, a certain percentage of the proceeds are already dedicated to the Holt County Cancer Foundation.

I asked Sophie what inspired her to do business this way, and she cited all the good things the foundation does for her community and being able to give back.  This is a viable business model that serves two purposes at once.  It is exciting to see this model develop.

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Product Production & Sales

HIGH SCHOOL: South Holt R-1 High School

MASCOT: Knight’s

FFA ADVISOR: Jessica Aeschliman

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR SOPHIE RICHARDS:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the South Holt R-1 High School Website:

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Sophie’s FFA Advisor’s Email Address:   aeschlimanj@southholtr1.com

South Holt R-1 High School Telephone Number:  (660) 446-3454

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO!

WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147!  “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern.

Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback:

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OFI 306: How To Build Your Business On The Side And Leave Your Day Job Part 2 | Special Coaching Edition

 

 SHOW NOTES

KEY IDEAS: 

Today’s episode is a continuation of the coaching session I did on episode #303.  If you have not heard episode #303, you will want to listen that one first.  In this episode we get into more specific ideas to make Boyd’s transition from full-time employment to self-employment and farming a reality.  We set some goals at the end, which should be a good model for you of how to get started and build as you go.

I would love to hear whether or not you found this to be useful.

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

Check us out on the D&B Supply Show where we get to focus in on very specific farming issues like tank heaters, fencing, regulations, etc.

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147


OFI 305: Were You “Raised In A Barn”? | FFA SAE Edition | Sierra Osborne | Sydney High School FFA

 

SHOW NOTES:

RE-INTRODUCING SIERRA OSBORNE!

Way back in 2015 when I was at the Montana FFA Convention I interviewed several students right on the floor of the vendor show.  That was way back in episode #126.  One of those students was Sierra Osborne.

Today Sierra returns to the Off-Farm Income Podcast with a new venture in agriculture.  What is so great about her return, is that my assistant Ashley was unaware of Sierra’s previous appearance on this show.  However, Sierra continues to stand out, and Ashley promptly tracked her down for another interview.

Sierra is now a bronze proficiency award winner, and she is still raising her sheep.  However, her agricultural writing, which is great, has found her being pursued for blog publishing now as well.  So, Sierra is now a writer for the “Raised In A Barn Blog” and writes compelling agricultural content.

You will definitely want to subscribe to this blog and follow Sierra in this great, agricultural journey!

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Agricultural Communication, Sheep Production

HIGH SCHOOL: Sydney High School; Sydney, Montana

MASCOT: Eagles

FFA ADVISOR: Ted Fulgham

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR SIERRA OSBORNE:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Sydney High School website:

Sierra’s FFA Advisors’ Email Addresses: tfulgham@sidney.k12.mt.us

Sydney High School’s Telephone Number: 406-433-2330

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

D&B Supply Show

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147

 

 


OFI 304: Are Your Farm Products Diversified | FFA SAE Edition | Kinsey Tiemann | Palmyra High School FFA

 

SHOW NOTES:

INTRODUCING KINSEY TIEMANN!

Anyone who has ever looked into investing their money somewhere has heard that you need to be diversified.  There are many ways to accomplish this, but the concept is that you spread your risk among many different categories so that if one sector is bad it does not wipe you out.

Our guest today has taken this concept and applied it to her agricultural pursuits.  Kinsey Tiemann is growing fruit (apples, peaches, cherries and blackberries) and selling them.  In addition to being diversified in her fruit production she is diversified in other products as well. She also raises beef and sheep all while maintaining a flock of laying hens and selling their eggs.  

I suspect that Kinsey just really likes raising animals and growing fruit, but she has really spread her risk out well in the process.  Through all of this she has developed her business – “Square Rooted”.  Great name!

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Diversified Agricultural Production

HIGH SCHOOL: Palmyra High School; Palmyra, Missouri

MASCOT: Panthers

FFA ADVISOR: Luke Mahsman & Amanda Haeberlin

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR KINSEY TIEMANN:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Palmyra High School website:

Kinsey’s FFA Advisors’ Email Addresses: haeberlina@palmyra.k12.mo.us & mahsmanl@palmyra.k12.mo.us

Palmyra High School’s Telephone Number: 573-769-2066

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

D&B Supply Show

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147

 


OFI 303: How To Build Your Business On The Side And Leave Your Day Job | Special Coaching Edition

 

 SHOW NOTES

KEY IDEAS: 

Today’s episode is different than anything I have ever done before. I have been putting out an offer for a free coaching session for a while.  Today features one of our listeners who took me up on that offer.  Our guest’s name is Boyd, and in exchange for the free coaching session he agreed to allow me to air our session as an episode.

This turned out to be a two part coaching session.  So, this is part 1. We lay the groundwork for what he wants to do, and we start looking at ways to get there.  There are a lot of fundamental issues to think about when you want to transition from your day job to working for yourself.  Boyd has a lot of the same questions that I had when I was looking at this transition. With the benefit of years of experience I am able to ask him some questions to get him going down the road on this journey.

I hope this is helpful to you as well!

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

Check us out on the D&B Supply Show where we get to focus in on very specific farming issues like tank heaters, fencing, regulations, etc.

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147


OFI 302: How To Start A Snake Breeding Business | FFA SAE Edition | Mary Elias | Lincoln High School FFA

This Week’s Song Of The Week Is: Summertime by Kenny Chesney!

SHOW NOTES

Introducing Mary Elias! 

When it comes to supervised agricultural experiences advisors and myself frequently use the terms “traditional” and “non-traditional”.  Traditional usually refers to a student raising animals, breeding animals and selling offspring.  Although, as an advisor recently pointed out to me, this is becoming more “non-traditional.”

Today’s guest is raising, breeding and selling animals but I would consider her SAE pretty “non-traditional” in spite of this.  Mary Elias found a passion for snakes, and now she is breeding and preparing to sell their offspring.  She has already contacted retailers and received interest all around her state of California.

Currently Mary is raising ball pythons, corn snakes and Burmese pythons.  Her Burmese is named “Reesy” and in just over 1 year she has grown from 2 feet long to 13 feet long with a diameter the size of an average person’s thigh.

Mary feeds Reesy chickens and rabbits.  What an absolutely fascinating project.  Wait until you hear her talk about snakes.  She really knows her stuff!


SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE:
Snake Breeding And Sales

HIGH SCHOOL: Lincoln High School; Lincoln, Californi

MASCOT: Zebras

FFA ADVISOR: Morgan Perry

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR MARY ELIAS:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Lincoln High School Website:screen-shot-2016-12-05-at-1-39-38-pm

Mary’s FFA Advisor’s Email Address:  mperry@wpusd.k12.ca.us

Lincoln High School Telephone Number:  916.645.6360

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO!

WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147!  “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147

 


OFI 301: How To Reintroduce A Disappearing Species | FFA SAE Edition | Nathan Fylstra | Westwood Community School FFA

This Week’s Song Of The Week Is: Summertime by Kenny Chesney!

SHOW NOTES

Introducing Nathan Fylstra! 

One of the things that always jumps out to me when I interview FFA students is how they will follow their vision, no matter what it is.  Today’s guest likes to hunt and noticed that quail populations were diminishing where he lives.  As a matter of fact, they were just plain disappearing.  He decided to do something about it.

Since then, Nathan Fylstra, has been raising and releasing quail all around the rural area where he lives.  He is seeing results already, and has people approaching him asking him to do the same on their property.

What is so fun to watch with the FFA SAE’s is that these students come up with an idea that no adult could see an economic model fitting into.  With the encouragement of their advisors and parents, these students just go for it.  And more often than not they become the local, and sometimes national, experts in what they are doing.  Pretty soon they are the only person in their area with expertise in what they are doing, and a viable business develops.

Nathan Fylstra is just one of these students.

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Quail Production And Re-introduction

HIGH SCHOOL: Westwood High School; Sloan, Iowa

MASCOT: Rebels

FFA ADVISOR: Dan Witten

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR NATHAN FYLSTRA:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Westwood High School Website:

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Nathan’s FFA Advisor’s Email Address:  dwitten@wcsdrebels.com

Westwood High School Telephone Number:  712-428-3355

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO!

WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147!  “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern.

Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback:

Email: zacht@rfdtv.com
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OFI 300: Supporting Agriculture With Free Consulting, Lesson Plans, Educational Materials And Research | Doctor Frank Hardin | Noble Research Institute

 

 SHOW NOTES

KEY IDEAS: 

The people and organizations you encounter through agriculture are probably unparalleled in any other sector of our economy.  The number of people deriving their income from agriculture continues to sink, but the impacts of those in this way of life are felt everywhere.

For some people the impacts of their contributions to agriculture are felt long after their time on Earth is completed.  That is true for a gentleman named Lloyd Noble.  After living through the Dust Bowl and seeing the importance of improving agricultural practices he established the Noble Research Institute, formally the Noble Foundation.  This organization is 100% devoted towards improving agriculture by helping others to excel in this chosen field.

Our guest today is Dr. Frank Hardin, Phd, the educational outreach manager of the Noble Research Institute.  He helps us explore the breadth of what the Noble Research Institute offers to America and the rest of the world.  From educational materials in agriculture to free consulting to research to instructional videos and more, the Noble Research Institute is at the forefront of improving agriculture throughout the world.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Click on the photo below to contact the Noble Research Institute and Dr. Hardin:

Dr. Hardin’s Email: cfhardin@noble.org

Dr. Hardin’s Telephone: (580) 224-6215

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

Check us out on the D&B Supply Show where we get to focus in on very specific farming issues like tank heaters, fencing, regulations, etc.

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147