Catch Up on "Leave a Legacy TV"

April 25, 2012 10:33 AM
 

 

Have you ever missed an episode of "Leave a Legacy TV" and wished you cou ld go back and have a chance to watch it? Great news, you can! All episodes of the show are available to watch online as well. Here’s the pastthree episodes you might have missed.
 
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"Leave a Legacy TV" is a monthly television program hosted by Kevin Spafford, Farm Journal succession planning expert. Each episode features examples of farm business success, planning resources and stories of exceptional leadership. Guests include professionals who help facilitate the succession planning process, entrepreneurs, authors and farmers. All episodes air the third Thursday of each month on "AgDay" and again on "U.S. Farm Report" the following Sunday. 
 
The episodes below feature tales of the Old West, covered wagons, and hand-picked cotton; a six year old selling fruit on the side of the road who now owns a thriving farm; and high school sweethearts who now have an exemplary farming operation.
 

Episode 28 – The Rogers Family

The Rogers family shares a storied history which dates back to the Old West, covered wagons, and hand-picked cotton. The early home place has evolved to become a state-of-the art operation, maximizing the latest technology. Three high-energy generations now farm together and daily "make a shadow in the field." Join us to visit Kevin Rogers, on the farm his grandfather founded the year Arizona achieved statehood.

 

Episode 29 – Robert Moehling

When Robert Moehling was six years old, his dad (a struggling farmer) dropped him off at a local crossroad with a card table and a load of surplus cucumbers to sell. 50+ years later, the bustling ‘Robert is Here’ fruit stand and farm is a beloved institution. Robert and his children all work together, helping to create a truly unique family operation. Wondering about the name? Join host Kevin Spafford as we learn about the roots, the family, and the future of Robert.

 

Episode 30 – The Kerr Family

As long as she can remember, small town girl Sine had her heart set on marrying a farmer. When she began to date the high school basketball star, she was thrilled to learn that he was from a long line of dairymen. Together, Bill and Sine Kerr have created an exemplary operation, and their son Wes is progressive in the fields of nutrition and genetics. They’re the kind of family you’d like as your neighbor. Join us as the Kerrs share their stories and values with host Kevin Spafford.

 

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