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Josh Turner is back on country radio with a brand-new single, "Lay Low," and a new studio album to follow in 2015. While he's sticking to his guns musically, Josh has paid more attention than ever before to recording potential hit songs for the new album.

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The nominees for the first-ever American Country Countdown Awards were announced this morning. Luke Bryan leads with six nods, and the show’s hosts, Florida Georgia Line, were mentioned in six categories.

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Garth Brooks' first, brand-new studio album in 13 years is out now. Man Against Machine finds Garth revisiting some familiar musical territory for his longtime fans.

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Glen Campbell's Goodbye Tour is captured in the new documentary film, Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me, opening in select theaters Friday. The movie chronicles Glen's diagnosis with Alzheimer's Disease in 2011 and the 151 shows he played until the disease made it impossible for him to go on performing last year.

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  • Training a horse by personality type

    Eunice Rush has learned a lot about matching the right horse with the right rider.  In fact, she’s written the book on it.  Her book, “Know You, Know Your Horse“ focuses on matching the horse with the rider, which she discussed in an earlier program.  Another area discussed in her book is training and how... Read more »

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  • Cover crops benefit soil health

    Soil health is a vital component to sustainable farming. Indiana farmer Mike Shuter has been no-till farming for nearly 30 years. He says cover crops play a significant role in maintaining soil health on his farm.  “We’re trying to keep something green and growing on the field all year round,” he says.  “It helps build... Read more »

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  • Are farmland values set to decline?

    Crop prices are at the lowest levels they’ve been in recent years.  That, combined with expectations that interest rates are expected to increase in the coming years leads Purdue University ag economist Michael Langemeir to believe the decade-long increase in farmland values may soon be over. However, Langemeier, associate director of the Center for Commercial... Read more »

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  • It’s a profitable time for pork producers

    For pork producers that weren’t hit with the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus, 2014 has been one of the most profitable years on record.  But what about farms that were hit with PEDv? Paragon Economics president Steve Meyer says, “Even those that have been hit with PEDv – the corn cost are going to go down... Read more »

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