This breakthrough program is dedicated to advancements in all areas, and remains largely focused on agriculture and sustainable living. From seed to harvest, livestock and more, our producers have traveled the country covering the people, places, and issues impacting all corners of farm country.

Innovations covers stories from farmers instrumental to crop cultivation of the fresh foods and textiles we enjoy daily, and educates audiences on the farm equipment manufactured by our featured guests and the companies who offer revolutionary technologies to better the industry.

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Innovations in Precision Agriculture
The world of agriculture is constantly transforming. In order to keep up with this ever-changing industry, farmers must say good-bye to the old adage “that’s what I’ve always done.” Follow us as we inform on practices that are currently benefiting farmers. From industry leaders on the cutting-edge of farming management, to the key players responsible for reducing environmental impacts through new satellite and GPS technologies, Innovations keeps viewers up-to-date and informed.

Innovations in Crop Production
It is estimated that by 2050, the number of people on Earth will be somewhere around 9.3 billion. We will be headed toward a global food crisis unless agricultural output is able to keep up with our rapidly growing demand. Crop production is a complex business, requiring many skills and covering a variety of operations throughout the year. From advanced plant breeding techniques and integrated pest management to genetically modified crop varieties, Innovations follows the people working to increase the amount of crops produced.

Innovations in Farm Machinery
In years past, men tilled the soil with primitive devices constructed of sticks and stones. Today, farmers are fortunate enough to have sophisticated machines that can harvest their acres of corn, wheat, oats, and more. Farm machinery plays a prominent role in the world of agriculture in a wide range of ways. From tractors to combines, irrigation systems to planters, tillage, grain harvesters, balers and more, watch as Innovations explores some of the revolutionary technologies helping to better the life of the American Farmer.

Innovations in Livestock
As a result of decades of research on various species and breeds of livestock all over the world, there’s now a wealth of information on the nutritional needs of animals grown for food production. By applying this information, livestock producers can formulate feeds that optimize a certain animal’s energy, protein, mineral, and vitamin requirements. Innovations educates audiences on the organizations and technologies responsible for helping to safely meet our world’s rapidly growing demand for livestock products.