This 2018 Ohio Valley Chapter Regional Emmy Award-winning, long-running series from Kentucky Farm Bureau highlights the places and people that make Kentucky special.
All Past Episodes
26:39 | #1414
Visit the Vex World Championships, Basilica of the Assumption, the KDA Hunger Initiative, and the Bluegrass Museum.
25:50 | #1413
Mark Whitley Studios, the Bluegrass Classic Dog Show, KFB Farmer of the Year, and Castle & Key Distillery are featured.
26:39 | #1412
Visit the Speed Art Museum, Kentucky Bison Company, Rustic Nail & Co., and the East Kentucky Solar Farm.
26:40 | #1411
Visit Kentucky Farm Studio, Hope Scarves, Bluegrass Youth Ballet, and Broadbent B&B Hams.
25:59 | #1410
Distracted Driving, Kentucky Derby Museum, Trikes for Tykes, and the Institute for Future Ag Leaders are featured.
26:38 | #1409
Rock Bottom Soap, Woodford Reserve Bourbon, and the Bluegrass Youth Ballet are visited.
26:09 | #1408
Kentucky Farm Bureau's Oustanding Young Farm Families, Mr. G's Popcorn, and the Duncan Hines Museum are featured.
26:40 | #1407
Dean Hill Photography, Sock Monkeys, Kentucky Railway Museum, and Kentucky Bison Company are featured.
26:40 | #1406
The Local Honeys, Shaker Village of South Union, Lindy Evans, and Mulberry Orchards are visited.
25:09 | #1405
Visit Jeptha Creed, Jericho Woods Band, Kentucky Working K9 Academy, and Mammoth Cave Transplants.
25:49 | #1404
Visit Cruisin' the Heartland, Special Olympics of Kentucky, Big Head Studios and the Next Generation of NAILE.
26:21 | #1403
Travel to Washington D.C. for a special episode on Bluegrass Honor Flights.
26:39 | #1402
Visit Camp Quality, the cast of the Stephen Foster Story, Father's Country Hams, and family-owned Hinton Mills.
26:08 | #1401
Visit Kentucky Kingdom, the Rockerz, Roberts' Family Farm and the Kentucky Welding Institute.
25:38 | #1316
Visit the VEX Robotics competition, Finchville Daylillies farm, Kentucky Ironworks, and Sawhorse Jewelry.
25:39 | #1315
Visit the Bluegrass Youth Ballet, the Street Rod Nationals, Bluegrass Blueberries, and Evan's Orchard.
26:30 | #1314
Visit Mr. G's Popcorn, Stone Fence Pottery, the Louisville Water Company and Country Corner Greenhouse.
26:41 | #1313
Visit artist and author Mitchell Tolle, the Great American Brass Band Festival, Federal Grove Maple Syrup, and Ag teacher Dr. Andy Moore.
26:29 | #1312
Artist Ben Reynolds, Falls City Beer, Lavender Hills of Kentucky, and Harvest Home Dairy are visited.
26:43 | #1311
The metal artist at Rustic Nail & Company, the Archery in the Schools Program, Yew Dell Gardens, and the Furnish Family Farm are featured.
25:43 | #1310
Hope Scarves, the Vickie Vaughn Band, New Beginnings Horse Therapeutic, and the Gajdzik Family Farm are featured.
26:44 | #1309
The Bluegrass Classic Dog Show, Zoo Dentist Thomas Clark, artist Gary Graham, and the Hines Family Farm are visited.
26:33 | #1308
Kentucky Bison Company, Lights Under Louisville, Don Walker Bikes, and Undulata Horse Farm are visited.
25:50 | #1307
Trikes for Tikes, Dry Stone Conservancy, Jack O' Lantern Spectacular, and Bray's Orchard are visited.
25:14 | #1306
Natural Bridge State Park, UPS Worldport, artist Jim Sams, and Father's Country Ham are featured.
25:49 | #1305
Visit artist Rebecca Miller Campbell, Cathedral Basillica in Covington, Ag broadcaster Jack Crowner, and Blessings in a Backpack.
24:55 | #1304
The Jericho Woods Band, Home Cafe & Market, Louisville City FC Soccer, and the Roberts' Family Farm are featured.
26:22 | #1303
Teddy Bear maker Judy Geagley, Franklin Drive-In, Walk the Willow chairs, and Kentucky Farm Bureau's IFAL are featured.
26:42 | #1302
The Kentucky History Center, Bat's Research Center, artist Ben Reynolds, and Mammoth Cave Transplants farm market are featured.
26:29 | #1301
Visit Kern's Kitchen home of the Derby Pie, Frazier Museum, Bluegrass group Whiskey Bent Valley Boys, and the NAILE.
26:35 | #1108
A discussion with two World War II veterans, a Vietnam veteran, and a Afghanistan solider.
26:39 | #1216
Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, Kentucky Ironworks, Hibben Knives, and Dippin' Dots are featured.
26:38 | #1215
The Vickie Vaughn Bluegrass Band, Garden Spot Produce, the Roberts Family Farm, and Bardstown's Colonial Days are featured.
26:39 | #1214
Stone Fence Pottery, Rural Electric Co-op DC Tour, Muir Valley, and Father's Country Hams are featured.
26:39 | #1213
The Louisville Water Company, Street Rod Nationals, the Great American Dollhouse Museum, and Wilson's Nursery are featured.
26:37 | #1212
The Whiskey Bent Valley Boys, Reelfoot Lake, painter Don Engler, and the Hines Family Farm are featured.
26:33 | #1211
Seth Green Pottery, Around the Town Carriage, Ebonite International, and the Lowe Family Farm are featured.
26:39 | #1210
Danville's Great American Brass Band Festival, FFA Leadership Camp, hummingbird migration, and the Poole Family Farm are featured.
26:03 | #1209
Falls City Beer, West End School, and Farmer of the Year winner Jack Trumbo are featured.
25:48 | #1208
Louisville's UPS operation, Christmas at Patti's 1880 Settlement Restaurant, Bluegrass Blueberries, and Santa artist Lindy Evans are featured.
26:32 | #1207
Radio and television host Jack Crowner; Tom Clark, dentist for the Louisville Zoo; bourbon making at Town Branch; and Pierce Family Farm are featured.
26:40 | #1206
Don Walker Bikes, Maynard Studios, Snug Hollow, and Harvest Home Dairy are featured.
25:42 | #1205
The Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular in Iroquois Park, the Wooldridge Monuments, artist Bill Kolok, and Just Piddlin Farm are featured.
26:41 | #1204
Artists who make willow furniture, a visit to Cellar Door Chocolates, Clarks River Refuge in Marshall County, and Jericho Acres Farm are featured.
26:10 | #1203
The National Archery Contest in the Schools Championship, the agriculture program at Berea College, Primate Rescue Center, and Blessings in a Backpack are featured.
26:27 | #1202
Louisville Professional Soccer Club, Finchville Daylillies, rocking chair maker Chris Krauskopf, and Country Corner Greenhouse are featured.
26:41 | #1201
Artist and teacher Ben Reynolds, the National FFA Convention, Monarch Butterflies, and woodturner John Brock are featured.
26:32 | #1118
Derby Paints, Sweet Home Spun, craftsman Jason Cohen, and radio and television host Jack Crowner are visited.
26:42 | #1117
Patti's Settlement Christmas Celebration, Wild Turkey distillery, Hibben Knives, and Spring Roadside Market are featured.
26:15 | #1116
Berea College, Ruth Hunt Candy, hot air balloon ride, and Bardstown's Colonial Days are featured.
26:37 | #1115
Town Branch distillery, native grasses and seeds, Fulton Baseball, and Campbellsville Fourth of July are featured.
26:22 | #1114
Land Between the Lakes, Kentucky Down Under, Jericho Acre Farms, and Blessings in a Backpack are featured.
26:15 | #1113
Kentucky's Rural Electric Washington Youth Tour, Tenth Post Handwovens, Kentucky Dinner Train, and Kentucky Farm Bureau's Farmer of the Year are featured.
26:21 | #1112
Dentist Tom Clark and his unusual patients, a Junior Rodeo, the Seelbach Hotel, and the Pierce Family Farm are featured.
26:10 | #1111
West End School, Federal Grove Maple Syrup, and the The Ison Family Farm are featured.
26:20 | #1110
Artist Don Engler, Rood and Riddle equine practice and hospital, and the White Family Farm are visited.
26:20 | #1109
Bluegrass band The Velvet Blue, the Kentucky's Electric Cooperatives' Lineman's Rodeo, artist Leslie Nichols, and Wilson's Nursery are featured.
26:40 | #1107
Maynard Studios, Western Kentucky University's School of Broadcasting, B's Barn Fainting Goats, Snug Hollow, and Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese are featured.
26:45 | #1106
Cellar Door Chocolates, clock maker Keith Chambers, Ebonite International, and Bi-Water Market are featured.
26:00 | #1105
Rocking chair maker Chris KrausKopf, Quillin Leather & Tack, Kentucky Farm Bureau's Country Ham Breakfast & Charity Auction, and artist Lindy Evans are featured.
26:50 | #1104
FFA Leadership Camp, Mark Eubanks Dulcimers, The Healing Place, and custom toys from Sweet Sawdust are highlighted.
26:42 | #1103
Sculptor Bill Kolok, Don Kenner Drums, Shaker Village, and Just Piddlin' Farm are visited.
26:45 | #1102
The Derby Museum, Chaney's Dairy Barn, Tater Knob Pottery, and woodturner John Brock are featured.
26:43 | #1101
The National FFA Convention, wood carver Tim Hall, the Trigg Co. Ham Festival, and artist Dan Barnes are featured.
26:35 | #1016
Baseball in Fulton Co., Caudill Seed Company, Fancy Farm, and Devines Orchard are featured.
26:39 | #1015
The 50th Kentucky Farm Bureau Country Ham Breakfast and Charity Auction, Sweet Home Spun knitting studio, a lineman's rodeo, and making cheese at Boone Creek Creamery are featured.
26:40 | #1014
An equine veterinarian, Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital, Sheltowee Outfitters, and the Kentucky Railway Museum are highlighted.
26:40 | #1013
Chaney's Dairy Barn, Glasgow Highland Games, wood artist Keith Chambers, and Knoth's Bar-B-Que are featured.
26:35 | #1012
Kentucky Junior Rodeo, the Renaissance Festival, photographer James Archambeault, and Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese are featured.
26:34 | #1011
The Healing Place, artist Mitchell Tolle, Tater Knob Pottery, and Bramble Ridge Farm Market are featured.
26:41 | #1010
Tenth Post Handwovens, wood turner Chris Ramsey, Ruth Hunt Candy, and Lovell's Orchard are featured.
26:37 | #1009
Don Kenner Drums, Old Kentucky Chocolates, Craig Bayens Furniture, and Bi- Water Market are featured.
26:37 | #1008
A discussion with two World War II veterans, a Vietnam veteran, and a Afghanistan solider in honor of U.S. military veterans.
26:35 | #1007
The largest indoor farm machinery show in the country; Valkyre Stud horse farm; Skipping Boat School; and Scott Travis, Kentucky Farm Bureau's Farmer of the Year are featured.
26:11 | #1006
Visit Quillen Leather & Tack, Infinity Art Furnishings, Elk Creek Vineyard, and Apple Valley Hillbilly Gardern and Toyland are featured.
26:38 | #1005
A trip to Shaker Village, Cowango Studios in Paducah, artist John Lackey, and fainting goats are featured.
26:42 | #1004
Trigg Co. Country Ham Festival, chain saw artists Sam Dunning and Tommy Rothrock, and Newport Aquarium's penguin exhibit are featured.
26:40 | #1003
Meet woodcarver Tim Hall, matt sculptor Craig Kaviar, and a finalist in the Kentucky Farm Bureau Outstanding Young Farm Family contest. Also, a tour of WKU's School of Broadcasting is featured.
26:42 | #1002
How reeds are woven into baskets, a visit to Buffalo Trace Distillery, the EDGE approach to clean water, and a finalist in the Kentucky Farm Bureau Outstanding Young Farm Family contest are highlighted.
26:37 | #1001
Meet Mark Eubanks who makes and plays dulcimers; visit Vent Haven Museum, a haven for ventriloquist's dummies; a look at the unique animals at Kentucky Down Under; and meet the winner of the American Farm Bureau Nation Young Farmers & Ranchers Achievement Award.
26:09 | #920
Skipping Boat School, Bumbershoots, Jackson's Orchard, and Bob Maurer's sheep are featured.
06:30 | #919
Highlights include Old Kentucky Chocolates, Rustic Furniture, Coal Mining Museum, and the Owensboro BBQ Festival.
28:16 | #918
Edge Outreach, Walter Lay Guitars, Caudill Seed, and Bill Dohn's Mint are featured.
26:32 | #917
The Renaissance Festival, Special Olympics, furniture maker Mark Whitley, and Farmer of the Year Jim Sidebottom are featured.
26:40 | #916
White water rafting at Sheltowee Outfitters, meet artist Mike Mayda, visit Ale-8-One, andScott Travis on till vs. no-till farming.
26:40 | #915
Homegrown Press, metal furniture at Phoenix Creative, Louisville Stoneware, and the Kentucky Railway Museum are featured.
26:26 | #914
Meet well known Kentucky photographer James Archambeault, tour the Lexington History Museum, discover a famous recipe at Mom Blakeman's Candy, and learn how to make artisan cheese at Boone Creek Creamery.
26:30 | #913
Be a part of the Glasgow Highland Games; learn how to cure a country ham at Broadbent B&B Foods; meet wood craftsman Jason Cohen; and visit Devines Orchard, a Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Roadside Market.
26:39 | #912
Visit Valkyre Stud, a Kentucky horse farm; watch wood turner Richard Adams; take a look at Western Kentucky University School of Broadcasting; and visit Trunnells Market, a Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Roadside Market.
26:34 | #911
Meet Kentucky painter Mitchell Tolle; attend a rehearsal and a performance with the Louisville Youth Orchestra; take a trip to Bernheim Forest; and discover Bramble Ridge, a Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Roadside Market.
26:39 | #910
Taste the treats at Mom Blakeman's Candy; meet wood turner Chris Ramsey; meet Cramer Schneider, a remarkable young man who shows cattle at the Kentucky State Fair; and visit Cook Farm - one of the finalists in Kentucky Farm Bureau's Outstanding Young Farm Family contest.
26:26 | #909
Enjoy a nice glass of wine at Elk Creek Vineyard in Owenton; visit The American Printing House for the Blind, founded in 1858 in Louisville, is the oldest organization of its kind in the United States; meet furniture make Craig Bayens and see the beauty in old wood; and visit Whitaker Farm - one of the finalists in Kentucky Farm Bureau's Outstanding Young Farm Family contest.
26:27 | #908
Robbie Mueller, a retired school teacher, is turning his hobby of furniture building into creative art; visit the National Corvette Museum and Corvette Manufacturing Plant in Bowling Green; and McCain Farm is this year's winner of Kentucky Farm Bureau's Outstanding Young Farm Family contest.
26:41 | #907
Meet chainsaw master Sam Dunning; attend the Marion County Ham Days Festival; visit Flaggy Meadows Fiberworks in Springfield; and meet Tommy Rothrock, another chainsaw master.
26:42 | #906
See how artist Doug Durkee creates his Infinity Art, meet woodcarver Bob Gibson, a visit to Newport Aquarium and its new penquin exhibit, and Beech Spring Farm Market is one of Kentucky Farm Bureau's Certified Roadside Farm Markets.
26:38 | #905
Vent Haven Museum is home to ventriloquist's dummies, raising sheep at Lan Mark Farms, the Hillbilly Festival in Pikeville, and Lovell's Orchard is one of Kentucky Farm Bureau's Certified Farm Markets.
26:36 | #904
Visit two artists who paint with wax and recycled objects, meet students who go to one of the best farrier schools in the world, sheep are sheared and their wool is spun on spinning wheels at Sweet Home Spun, and the vineyards of Talon Winery.
26:38 | #903
Meet two artists in Paducah whose styles are very different, the annual picnic at St. Joseph Children's Home, meet sculptor Ed Hamilton, and visit Phelps Toys.
26:37 | #902
Travel to Horse Cave and visit Kentucky Down Under, an Australian adventure; meet artist Paul Reynolds; visit Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort; and Haney's Appledale Farm in Nancy, Kentucky is a fifth generation Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Roadside Market.
26:42 | #901
Sculptor Craig Kaviar has been passionately making sculpture and functional metal work for over 30 years, a world-class medical camping facility for medically fragile children and their families, a visit to Keeneland Racecourse, and Knoth's Bar-B-Que is a roadside institution in western Kentucky.
26:35 | #820
See the Louisville Slugger in action, an artist who makes whimsical dolls and horses, Mark Whitley builds furniture as functional pieces of art, and a farm that celebrates Christmas all year.
26:40 | #819
Mom Blakeman's candy, an agency that has been giving hope to blind and visually impaired children for 25 years, Nancy's Fancy Cheddar Snaps, and visit Jackson's Orchard.
26:35 | #818
Attend the Special Olympics in Richmond, Kentucky; travel to Evan's Orchard; Keeneland, a horse racecourse that is rich in tradition and style; and a stop at Gallrein Farm Market.
26:40 | #817
Some guitar pickin' with Walter Lay, a local guitar maker; travel to Pikeville for the annual Hillbilly Festival; some rustic furniture made a local craftsman; and a farmer who grows gourmet mushrooms at Sheltowee Farm.
26:40 | #816
Phoenix Creative, the Corvette Museum, the Corvette Plant, and Elk Creek Vineyard.
26:37 | #815
Artist Mike Maydak, meet Scott Hams, Dinosaur World, and Imel's Greenhouse.
26:35 | #814
Behind the scenes at Ale 8 One, the Louisville Science Center, glass artist Dan Barnes, and vist Bill Mauer's Sheep Farm.
26:33 | #813
Sample Broadbent Bed & Breakfast specialties, Lynn Horine's baskets, Stephen Foster the Musical, and George Gagels Farm Market.
26:31 | #812 | TV-G
Visit the Lexington History Museum, Jennifer Zingg's art, Trooper Island Camp, and Bill Dohns Mint Farm.
26:37 | #811 | TV-G
The Louisville Youth Orchestra, visit Cambellsville Cherry Furniture, Bluegrass Soy Sauce, and Thieneman's Herbs & Perennials.
26:35 | #810 | TV-G
Wood turner Chris Ramsey makes wooden hats; a visit with award-winning sculptor Ed Hamilton whose credits include the African-American Civil War Memorial in Washington, D.C., among others; the unique pottery of Louisville Stoneware; and Talon Winery at the historic Fair View Farm in Lexington, Ky.
26:37 | #809 | TV-G
A visit to American Printing House for the Blind to celebrate 150 years of service; the Life Adventure Center provides participants with lifelong lessons in respect, responsibility, communication, and teamwork; meet wood turner Richard Adams; and a visit to McGlone Farm in Greenup, Ky.
26:37 | #808 | TV-G
Furniture builder Craig Baines uses recycled wood, a visit to a coal mine and museum in Eastern Kentucky, celebrate Carroll County Tobacco Festival, and visit Boyds Orchard in Versailles.
26:29 | #807 | TV-G
Marion County Ham Days Festival; a farm where habanera peppers are processed in bourbon barrels; famed Kentucky woodcarver Roger Blair carves exquisite native birds, fish, and animals; and a look at Bach Farm, one of the finalists of Kentucky Farm Bureau's Young Farm Family Contest.
26:36 | #806 | TV-G
A new felting process for wool at Lan Mark Farms; two self-taught Kentucky folk artist whose work is in great demand; a visit to JD Dairy farm; and a look at McCain Farm, one of the finalists of Kentucky Farm Bureau's Young Farm Family Contest.
26:16 | #805 | TV-G
Meet woodcarver Bob Gibson; the incredible story of Justin Hatchett, who is on the road to recovery after a rollover tractor accident; visit printing company Publishers Press; and a look at Thorn Farm, one of the finalists of Kentucky Farm Bureau's Young Farm Family Contest.
26:18 | #804 | TV-G
Students come from all over the world to attend a horseshoeing school, visit Jason Cohen Furniture store, and travel to Bernheim Aboretum and Research Forest.
26:30 | #803 | TV-G
St. Joseph's Children's Home annual picnic; meet Cramer Schneider, a remarkable young man who shows cattle; visit Stone Hill Honey bee farm; and White's Farm in Sturgis, Ky.
26:33 | #802 | TV-G
Artist Paul Reynolds, FFA students restore a treasured one-room school, an alpaca farm, and Trunnells Farm Market in Owensboro.
26:32 | #801 | TV-G
Visit a state of the art, world-class medical camping facility for seriously ill children; a first-hand look at the residences for Gov. Beshear and his family; young jockeys go to school at the North American Racing Academy; and a visit to Haney's Appledale Farm.
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Bob Shrader, Producer