New Country Organics – YOUR OPEN SOURCE For ORGANICS
The more you know about organics, the better your results.
We love to share our knowledge and offer a variety
of free organic classes and seminars.
—Always Read the Label—
WE WANT MORE ORGANIC EDUCATION:
We know there is a need for it. We hear it everyday. We have a bunch of ideas in development, like a Coop Dreams Fair, a Chicken Summit, a Soil Summit, and a call-to-action for our activist friends and organic aficionados to help us increase our class offerings. We’re even building an online Organic Education Community Center, the OEC. So, we’re calling on all you organic dreamers, teachers, techies, and beginners: Let us know what you want to learn. Or if you would be willing to share what you know with our community and teach – in person, online, video, webinar, podcast, electronic courseware? If there’s a demand, we’ll do it.
Email us with your better organic education ideas:
Some of the best organics educators around are our farmers. They know their soils, their customers, their environment. And they are committed. We are fortunate to enjoy participation in a vibrant, knowledgeable, driven organic community. We celebrate the farmers.
DRY FORK CREEK FARMS
Dry Fork Creek Farms originated in 1991 in Monroe, NC, and is owned and operated by Brad and Farrah Hargett. The focus of DFC Farms is producing BQA certified beef cattle and hay production.
TIMBER CREEK FARM
Timbercreek Farm is dedicated to responsible agriculture that celebrates natural diversity and promotes ecological stewardship. Our method is based on the agricultural practices of the permaculture movement. Our pastured animals antibiotic free, hormone free, and eat locally raised non-gmo feed.
RADICAL ROOTS FARM
Sustainable methods of farming are used, such as cover cropping, crop rotation, attracting beneficial insects, and applying compost. Without the use of synthetic chemicals, herbicides, and pesticides, radical roots relies on hand labor and natural cycles for the healthiest soil, roots, and plants.
Contacts: 540-269-2228 | 3083 Flook Lane, Keezletown, VA, 22832
NaVera Farms continues to maintain the highest quality of care for our land, plants, air, water and animals.From the raised herb and veggie beds, the greenhouse to the flower gardens, all plant life is grown using Organic, natural Methods.
Our free pasture range eggs are eggs produced by hens that are permitted to roam freely in large fields or paddocks on our farm. This is different from factory-farmed – commercially labeled free-range. Birds sold as “free-range” or “Organic” means they have government approved certified access to the outdoors. The door may be open for only five minutes and the eggs still qualify as “free-range.” Apart from the “open door,” no other criteria such as environmental quality, number of birds, or space per bird, are included in the term “free-range.” A government official commented: “Places I’ve visited may have just a gravel yard with no alfalfa or other vegetation.
Contact: 904-879-0396 | 46480 Sauls Rd., Callahan, FL 32011
AN EVOLVING ORGANIC SYLLABUS
SUPER SOURCES WE KNOW AND TRUST
This following list of books came largely from Tigger. That’s right, Tigger. We asked for lists of books and she obliged. Do you have a top ten list of organic reading?
Top Ten or Twelve Books to Read Immediately
City Chicks: Keeping Micro-flocks of Chickens as Garden Helpers, Compost Makers, Bio-recyclers, and Local Food Producer, by Pat Foreman
The Small Scale Poultry Flock, by Harvey Ussery
The most comprehensive and definitive guide to date on raising all-natural poultry, for homesteaders or farmers seeking to close their loop, The Small-Scale Poultry Flock offers a practical and integrative model for working with chickens and other domestic fowl, based entirely on natural systems.
Tomatoland, by Barry Estabrook
This is the story of the tomato: from its birthplace in Peru to the tomato growing capitol of the world: Immokalee Florida. Estabrook, the author, is an investigative reporter, and he reveals the human and environmental cost of the 5 billion dollar BIg Ag tomato industry. Once you’ve read this book you will never buy or eat tomatoes from the grocery store.
The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food, by Dan Barber
Written by a chef who manages the famous Stone Barns restaurant in NY, this chef has taken farm-to-table dining to the max as he grows much of the food he cooks. This book delves into the small farmers who produce sustainable, organic food. He examines the role of soil, plant diversity, and sustainable farming practices by highlighting specific small farmers in the US and Spain.
The Market Gardener: A Successful Grower's Handbook for Small-scale Organic Farming, by Jean-Martin Fortier
Written by a farmer in Quebec, and using just 1.5 acres this farmer shows how you can feed up to 200 families. This book highlights how to grow food without a tractor, growing mixed vegetables systematically with attention to pest management and healthy soils.
Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations, by David Montgomery
This is a powerful history of soil from ancient civilizations to modern times and how organic farming may help us avoid the fate of other civilizations. Nurturing the soil takes the approach of treating soil as a biological system rather than a chemical soup.
Holy Shit: Managing Manure to Save Mankind, by Gene Logsdon
This easy to read book provides the inside story of manure and what a great natural resource it is. The book describes how to manage farm manure, and how to compost.
Pandora's Lunchbox: How Processed Food Took Over the American Meal, by Melanie Warner
This is an eye-opening book about how foods are grown and processed thus creating the cheapest, most abundant, most addictive, and most nutritionally inferior food in the world. It is a shocker to read that most big food executives and food scientists admitted they do not eat the products they create and sell.
Carrots Love Tomatoes: Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening, by Louise Riotte
This is our go-to book for companion planting of vegetables and herbs. The first year we used it, our yields increased across the board and we had to do much less pest management.
Naturally Bug Free: Homemade Pest Control for Organic Gardening Made Easy, by Gaia Rodale
A great source for how to avoid chemical fertilizers and insect sprays with natural, home-made remedies.
The Soul of Soil: A Soil-Building Guide for Master Gardeners and Farmers, by Joseph Smilie
This is a wonderful book for understanding what sustainable agriculture is, reading the health of a field by the weeds, and how to nurture the soil with compost. Put simply this is how to grow your soil, so that the soil grows the plants.
Roots Demystified: Change Your Gardening Habits to Help Roots Thrive, by Robert Kourik
This book is great for understanding how roots grow including lawns, shrubs, vegetables, fruit trees, and ornamental trees. From choosing cover crops to choosing fruit tree varieties this book has tons of information. Understanding how roots grow is one of the keys to successful gardening and farming.
ACRES MAGAZINE: www.acresusa.com
BACKYARD POULTRY: www.backyardpoultrymag.com
EARTH INSTITUTE OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSTITY: www.earth.columbia.edu/sections/view/9
GLOBAL ORGANIC ALLIANCE: www.goa-online.org
ATTRA SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE: www.attra.ncat.org
SIMPLE SOIL SOLUTIONS: www.simplesoilsolutions.com
VA ASSOC FOR BIOLOGICAL FARMING: www.vabf.org
Tips from the Oracle
Put a capful of organic cider vinegar into your chicken’s waterer. It will help to keep the bird’s pH balanced and healthy.
KELP helps to prevent and cure pinkeye in your cattle. Whether an organic or conventional farmer, all agree that the magical stuff from the sea has healing and prophylactic properties the benefit anyone and everyone’s cows.
The old timers (and we all) love to give their animals and soil trace minerals, like Azamite, C-90, Diatomaceous Earth, and Redmond Salts. We feed these to our horses, goats, sheep, and pigs these to keep them healthy and happy. Some even make it into the soil, helping to generate healthy growing conditions.
Goats and sheep will do well when you feed them Lespedeza. This lovely vine curbs nasty little barber pole worms, which is possible due to the high concentration of tannins found in the plant. Lespedeza is also a terrific source of protein and helps them to absorb nutrients into their systems. This practice is especially important during the winter when our friends are not able to spend as much time outside.
Red wine is also a good source of tannins, but we recommend keeping the Cab, Merlot and Pinot Noir to ourselves.
By now, some of you will have heard our news: New Country Organics is expanding to Texas and the southwest.
While there is certainly a business case for our expansion (more on that below), as a company we are dedicated to being an active part of creating new – and supporting existing – organic economies.
Not only do we work to create more organic acreage, we participate in and help nurture emerging, vital, socially responsible economies based on the development, use, integration and expansion of organics.
Now over the years, I’ve been blessed by a rewarding career working for large and successful companies. I’ve had the chance to work on projects all over the world and during some of the most exciting and challenging times of the past few decades – from the collapse of communism to recovery from the Great Recession.
Despite all this, there is no place I’d rather be, right now, than bringing our small firm, New Country Organics to America’s southwest, with our recently announced acquisition of the assets of Economy Mills in Lubbock Texas. You can read more about it at www.newcountryorganics.com/lubbock.
Most senior professionals are lucky enough to find meaning in their work that goes beyond the proverbial pay check, as it takes a huge amount of personal commitment, focus and abundant energy to be a success in those kinds of large corporate roles. And yet, how many of us can truly find meaning in what we do? How many of us are nervous about giving up the big corporate role and trying something very different?
I left financial services in 2014, and took a pay cut to do it. I haven’t regretted it for a moment.
Not only is there the huge thrill of running a small company, with all the excitement of building and shaping it and trying to navigate around the ever present rocks in the water, there is the reward of seeing other people in the company grow and change, and realize that they have a chance to make a difference with their work.
It helps of course that our small firm has a strong social mission. It is a for-profit enterprise, but we can only commercially succeed if we first address our social mission. We see ourselves as helping people take back the food chain one egg at a time, helping growers put more into the soil than they take from it and creating ever more organic acreage. It’s important to us that the organic acreage is created here, and we only buy US and Canadian grains as we manufacture our certified organic soy-free, livestock feeds and minerals.
Not only does our commercial success enable the social impact, it makes that impact sustainable. Commercial success also makes it possible for the people who work in the company, to earn a decent wage, with great benefits and enjoy a rewarding environment. As we succeed, we are fortunate to feel that we are influencing the world for the better, helping reduce consumption of chemical food, and supporting sustainable agriculture.
In recent years, so many people seem to have lost faith in free markets and their ability to lift people’s living standards over time. Now more than ever, it’s important to show new generations that it’s possible to both be commercially successful and still do the right thing. These are not mutually exclusive choices.
And that makes it all worthwhile.
CEO New Country Organics
We made E! Online’s The Soup! Now that backyard flock tending is entering the mainstream, please help us press the urgency of doing it organically. Together we can convert more acreage to organic. And take the food chain back one delicious, healthy, ecologically good egg at a time. Thank you for supporting organics. Way to go Coop Dreams!
COOP DREAMS – WHERE TO WATCH
Also — exciting news – Coop Dreams is now airing on a variety of national networks, local affiliates and streaming online. The combined reach of the local affiliates alone is 135 million households. The series can be seen six days a week at an assortment of time slots on a variety of networks and stations and via the internet. New Country Organics and the show’s producers want everyone to have access to Coop Dreams! Below is a table which summarizes Coop Dreams current distribution channels.
Coop Dreams Distribution - August 2015
|AMG TV||LOCAL AFFILIATES||SEE BELOW||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|ANGEL TWO NETWORK||DISH TV||266||TUESDAY||11:00 PM EDT|
|BIZ TV||LOCAL AFFILIATES||SEE BELOW||WED||8:30 AM EDT||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|RIDE TV||DISH TV|
|TUFF TV||LOCAL AFFILIATES||SEE BELOW||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|AMG TV||AMG TV||http://www.amgtv.tv||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|BIZ TV||FILM ON||http://www.filmon.com/channel/biztv|
|WED||8:30 AM EDT||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|TUFF TV||TUFF TV||http://www.tufftv.com/tuff-tv-live/||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|LOCAL AFFILIATES DMA/MARKET||STATIONS||NETWORK||DAY||AIRTIME||DAY||AIRTIME|
|BIRMINGHAM||WBXA||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|BIRMINGHAM-ANNISTON-TUSCALOOSA||WRTD LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|BIRMINGHAM-ANNISTON-TUSCALOOSA||WEAC||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|BILOXI GULFPORT||WKFK||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|FLORENCE||WBCF||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|MONTGOMERY-SELMA||WBIH||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|PHOENIX/PRESCOTT||K38IZ LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|PHOENIX/PRESCOTT||K25DM||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|LITTLE ROCK - PINE BLUFF||KJLR||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|BAKERSFIELD||KKBK--LD 14||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|CHICO-REDDING||KBIT LD KGEC LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|FRESNO||KGMC 43||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|FRESNO-VISALIA||KVBC LP||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|FRESNO-VISALIA||KVHF||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|LOS ANGELES||KFLA TV 8.4||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|LOS ANGELES||KZGN LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|LOS ANGELES||KVVB||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|SACRAMENTO-STOCKTON-MODESTO||KBTV||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA||KQSL||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|SANTA BARBARA-SAN MAR-SAN LUIS OBISPO||KCCF||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|COLORADO SPRINGS - PUEBLO||K26CI LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|COLORADO SPRINGS - PUEBLO||K05MD||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|DENVER||KHDT LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|DENVER||KLPD||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|DENVER||CET CABLE||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|CORTEZ||SWCO TV||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|GRAND JUNCTION-MONTROSE||K32EY LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|CONNECTICUT||HARTFORD - NEW HAVEN|
|HARTFORD-NEW HAVE||WRNT||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|GAINESVILLE||WYKE||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|JACKSONVILLE||WBJX||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|JACKSONVILLE||WXJE||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|MIAMI-FT LAUDERDALE||WEYW LP||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|MIAMI-FT LAUDERDALE||WMDF||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|ORLANDO||WZXZ||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|ORLANDO-DAYTONA BEACH-MELBOURNE||WHDO CD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|TAMPA||WSPF TV 35.4||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|TAMPA-ST. PETE-SARASOTA||WHRT -WCLF||AMG||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|WEST PALM BEACH -FT PIERCE||WWCI||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|ATLANTA||WANN||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|ATLANTA||WTBS LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|AUGUSTA||WBPI||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|BOISE||KRID LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|TWIN FALLS||KBAX||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|CHICAGO||WPVN CD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|CHICAGO||WJYS,MCTV,PRISM||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|TOPEKA||K26LX||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|WICHITA||KCTU||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|WICHITA-HUTCHINSON PLUS||KSMI LP||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|WICHITA-HUTCHINSON PLUS||KCTU||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|LEXINGTON||WOBZ LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|LEXINGTON||TV 10||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|LOUISVILLE||WNDA||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|BATON ROUGE||WWJX||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|COASTAL||VSTV||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|SALISBURY||WBLP||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|SPRINGFIELD-HOLYOKE||WTXX||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|DETROIT||WHNE LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|GRAND RAPIDS- KALAMAZOO-BATTLE CREEK||WMKG||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|ALEXANDRIA||TV 51.1||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|FROST||K27FI - TV 16.5||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|GODAHL||K16CG - TV 16.5||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|GRANITE FALLS||TV 41.1||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|JACKSON||K23FO - TV 16.5||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL||K47OQ LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|COLUMBUS-TUPELO-WEST POINT -HOUSTON||WO7BN D||TUFF TV||SUNDAYS||9:00 AM EDT|
|MERIDIAN||WGBC||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|STARKVILLE||WOBV||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|KANSAS CITY||TV 22||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|GREAT FALLS||K43CQ K11A||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|KALISPELL||TV 34||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|MISSOULA||K34MJ D||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|RENO||KRMF - TV 7.3||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|RENO||KCNL LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|LAS VEGAS||KNBX KLBC||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|ALBUQUERQUE- SANTA FE||KYNM LP||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY||WYBN LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY||WEPT WYBN||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|BUFFALO||WBXZ LP||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|NEW YORK CITY||WMBQ TV 46.1||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|NEW YORK CITY||WRNN FP||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|ROCHESTER||WBGT CD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|PLATTSBURGH||WNMN DT||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|SYRACUSE||WOBX||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|GREENVILLE-SPARTANBURG-ASHEVILLE-ANDERSON||WASV LP||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|CHARLOTTE||WLNN||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|GREENSBORO -HIGH POINT - WEST SALEM||TBA||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|GREENVILLE-N. BERN-WASHINGTON||WTMH LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|RALEIGH/DURHAM||WUBX||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|RELEIGH/DURHAM/FAYETTEVILLE||WARZ WAUG||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|SOUTHERN PINES||WYBE||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|FARGO-VALLEY CITY||KCPM||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|CINNCINNATI||WOTH LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|CLEVELAND||WGGN TV 52.1 52.2||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|CLEVELAND- AKRON-CANTON||WIVM LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|CLEVELAND-AKRON-CANTON||CLEVELAND CABLE||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 AM EDT|
|DAYTON||WBQC||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|LIMA||WTLW||WTLW||SATURDAY||4:30 PM EDT|
|TOLEDO||WMNT||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|LAWTON||KDGL LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|EUGENE||SLTV||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|EUGENE||K47AV D||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|EUGENE||SLTV||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|ERIE||WLEP LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|PHILADELPHIA||WBPH TV 60.2||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|PHILADELPHIA||WMCN TV||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|PHILADELPHIA||WPSJ||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||11:30 AM EDT|
|NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH-NEWPORT NEWS||W30DN D||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH-NEWPORT NEWS||COX CABLE||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|GREENVILLE||WGGS||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|MYRTLE BEACH-FLORENCE||WBTW WFXB||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|RAPID CITY||KRPC||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|SIOUX FALLS-MITCHELL||KCPO||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|CHATTANOOGA||WOOT LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|CHATTANOOGA||LOCAL TV 4||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|MEMPHIS||WBII||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|NASHVILLE||WRTN LP||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|BEAUMONT||KAOB TV 27.5||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|BEAUMONT-POINT ARTHUR||KAOB LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|DALLAS||KAZD||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|DALLAS-FT. WORTH||KHPK||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||11:30 AM EDT|
|TYLER - LONGVIEW||KYTX||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|VICTORIA||KXTS||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|WICHITA FALLS||KDGL LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|LAS VEGAS||KHMP LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|SALT LAKE CITY||KTMW||BIZTV||SATURDAY||2:00 PM EDT|
|SALT LAKE CITY||KPDR LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|SALT LAKE CITY||KCSG||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|BURLINGTON||WYCU LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|RICHMOND - PETERSBURG||COX CABLE||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|ROANOKE-LYNCHBURG||COX CABLE||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|WASHINGTON DC - HAGERSTOWN||COX CABLE||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|SEATTLE-TACOMA||KUSE||AMG TV||FRIDAY||11:00 AM EDT||SATUDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|SPOKANE||TBA||AMG TV||FRIDAYS||11:00 AM EDT||SATURDAY||1:30 PM EDT|
|CHARLESTON-HUNTINGTON||WHJC LP||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|CLARKSBURG-WESTON||WUSV LD||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|
|ARECIBO||WMEI DT||TUFF TV||SUNDAY||9:00 AM EDT|