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Field Days
Mondays at 7PM
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Field Days is a weekly audio diary following the day-to-day lives of  Montanans working in agriculture, hosted by Sarah Brown and produced by Yellowstone Public Radio. Across six seasons, Field Days has featured farmers, ranchers and veterinarians telling their stories in weekly, five-minute episodes. Field Days is the recipient of the 2019 Non-Commercial Radio Program of the Year, awarded annually by the Montana Broadcaster's Association.Theme music by John Kosel of the High Country Cowboys.

Latest Episodes
  • On this episode of Field Days, Nathan Eggebrecht of Crazy Peak Brewing Company in Big Timber brews a batch of beer for High Plains Brewing using honey from Larson Apiaries.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Sarah visits the Pollinator Health Center at Montana State University, where co-director Michelle Flenniken and her team investigate honey bee host-pathogen interactions of significance to the state’s commercial beekeepers.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Yellowstone County commercial beekeeper Todd Larson adds extra boxes to his hives to prepare for a honey crop.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Yellowstone County Commercial Beekeeper Todd Larson takes beehives out to the Crow Indian Reservation to prepare for the summer honey flow.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Yellowstone County commercial beekeeper Todd Larson unloads hives in Carbon County from a tractor trailer coming from California, where his bees have spent the spring pollinating almonds.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Yellowstone County commercial beekeeper Todd Larson fills a tank with liquid sugar to feed the bees he’s building back up to take home to Montana.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Yellowstone County commercial beekeeper Todd Larson picks up queen bees to rebuild his hives in California’s Sierra Foothills.
  • In this first episode of the ninth season of Field Days, we're introduced to Yellowstone County commercial beekeeper Todd Larson. This week, Todd is in Angels Camp, California, rebuilding his hives after his bees helped to pollinate the state's vast almond crop.
  • On the final episode of this season of Field Days, we say goodbye to Stillwater County rancher Jake Miller, who has finished sorting cattle at a Billings feed lot to have a ready supply of beef for customers through 2021.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Miller Ranch Beef makes its way from Jake Miller's Absarokee ranch to Jake's Downtown, a locally-owned steakhouse in Billings.