Women in Ag TV show airs

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The American Agri-Women Show, a weekly television program for farm and ranch women, begins airing Tues., May 4, on In Country Television, at 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. EST. "We are excited to be working with In Country to bring informative and entertaining programming to farm and ranch women," said Chris Wilson, American Agri-Women President.

Each weekly show will feature a topic of concern to women in agriculture and tools and resources to help women in their farming and ranching operations. Each show will also include an on-farm interview with a woman in agriculture and how she is dealing with that topic.

The first show on May 4 is regarding marketing your commodities and features farmer and commodities broker Betty Corbin of Towanda, Kan., and Susan Dodsworth, a grain producer from Franklin, Ill., involved in marketing her farm's production.

In Country Television is a full spectrum network with programming directed towards the outdoors enthusiast. Current programming focuses on agriculture, hunting, fishing, motorsports, equine and other outdoor recreational activities.

In Country Television is fully owned and operated by Rob Sigg of Performance One Media. The network is currently available to over 33 million Dish Network (Channel 230) and DirecTV (Channel 344) subscribers. Millions more have access to its content via live streaming on www.incountrytelevision.com.

The American Agri-Women Show is made possible through a grant from USDA's Risk Management Agency.

For more information, visit the AAW website: http://americanagriwomen.org.

Source: American Agri-Women

 



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