Gearing up for Season 2!
Jan 14, 2011
We're good to go for season 2!
I can't believe it, but episode 11 of our 13-episode season aired Jan. 13 (and will air again Saturday, Jan., 15). It's been a whirlwind producing the show for you this year... and we're making plans for Season 2 right now! Believe it or not, I've got 27 story lines I'm considering for season 2. Wait... make that 29 -- my mom sent me two more contacts just this morning! I'm working to whittle the list down to the 13 that will be the strongest stories we can bring you. I've started taping one episode already -- we're going to fish the same farm pond in each of the four seasons and "Maximum Habitat" host Scott Rolfes will be offering up some pond-management tips for each of the seasons that will keep your pond an your fish healthy and happy (and tugging on your line) all year long.
Another story I've got planned and is ready to roll is the wild hog story. We'll be on a cattle ranch in Florida showing everybody just how much damage these walking sausages can do to pasture land.
And, of course, we'll feature a turkey hunt in Michigan in the second season. You know the one I'm talking about... if you haven't signed up for the hunt give-away, make sure you do! I spent some time with country music artist Justin Moore last weekend. He'll be along for the Michigan turkey hunt and will bring his guitar with him. We're going to have a great time up there in April. If you haven't registered for the sweepstakes, what are you waiting for!?!
With three shows decided, that means I've got 26 ideas for 10 more shows in the second season of Outdoors on the Farm. That's a lot... but if you've got a great idea for a show, make sure you let me know. If you've got your own hunting paradise that you'd like to share on the show, let me know about it and just maybe we'll come see you in 2011!
- If you can't watch on RFD-TV every Thursday at 7:30 a.m. CT or Saturday at 10:30 a.m. CT, you can always watch the shows here on the web site.
- Sign up for the turkey hunt with me and country music artist Justin Moore. (Guys... this is going to be a hoot. We'll keep your travel time to a minimum, put you up in a great place and make sure you're sitting in a great spot when the sun comes up! The food will be great, too -- and we'll do our best to be "good company" for a couple of days!
And most importantly, keep on having fun outdoors on the farm!