Wyoming rancher featured on America’s Heartland television show - Dec. 6, 2012
Johnson County rancher Ryan Fieldgrove and his family are featured on this week’s episode of “America’s Heartland”. “America’s Heartland” is a nationally-distributed television program that airs on Wyoming PBS and RFD-TV.
The show airs weekly and takes a look at the life of farm and ranch families across all 50 states. Fieldgrove and his family ranch in Johnson County. Fieldgrove is president of the Johnson County Farm Bureau. He is a former member of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Young Farmer & Rancher Committee and just completed his term as state chair of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Agriculture Tax Committee.
You can catch America’s Heartland on Wyoming PBS this Sunday at 3:30 p.m. or it also airs on RFD-TV. Visit www.wyfb.org for a link to the show. America’s Heartland is on the web at www.americasheartland.org.
About America’s Heartland: This nationally-distributed television program is the most prominent offering of positive stories about American agriculture weekly on air, and daily online. America's Heartland has given hundreds of farm and ranch families across all 50 states the opportunity – in their own words – to share the diverse story of agriculture with consumers. Yet it’s more than that, it’s personal. Through the show’s programming these agriculturalists have been able to emotionally connect urban and rural viewers alike. Their stories forged common ground to unite through values and needs – more than about just the essentials like food & shelter – but about our love for our families and generations to come, an appreciation for the land and caring for the environment. On the web, www.americasheartland.org
Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation (WyFB), is the state’s largest general agriculture organization. To learn more, visit www.wyfb.org.