TIME WELL SPENT TO PREMIERE ON RFD-TV
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Time Well Spent, the Alabama Farmers Cooperative's television show about rural Alabama, will premiere on RFD-TV the first week in January.
Each 30-minute episode contains segments illustrating different aspects of rural Alabama.
Jim Allen, director of public relations and advertising for the AFC, hosts Rural Alabama ... You Got To Love It! This is a segment that includes a main features focusing on one of the many core elements unique to the rural lifestyle and takes a look at special events and places throughout the state.
Grace Smith, who grew up on a cattle and hay farm in Autauga County before her graduation from Auburn University in 2006, hosts the Young Folks In Action segment, which celebrates Alabama rural youth and Future Farmers of America.
Sidney Phelps of Bonnie Plants hosts the The Gift of Growing Things, a segment that offers tips and techniques to gardeners of all skill levels, from planting to pruning and harvesting.
Farming for Wildlife, hosted by BioLogic's Bobby Cole, offers a look at improving habitat for wildlife on your property. Each segment will deal with a different topic, from whitetail deer to farm pond management, to maximize wildlife use.
Now beginning its 10th year of broadcasting, RFD-TV is the nation's first 24-hour television channel dedicated to rural America with programming focused on agriculture, equine, rural lifestyle, along with traditional country music and entertainment. The channel is now distributed to more than 40 million homes worldwide by DBS and numerous cable systems.
Consult your local cable provider for when Time Well Spent will premiere in your area. For more information about Time Well Spent, visit www.TimeWellSpentTV.com, email Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (256) 308-1605.