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Field Days
Mondays at 7PM

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 nine seasons, Field Days has featured farmers, ranchers, veterinarians, and beekeepers telling their stories in weekly, five-minute episodes. Field Days was the recipient of the 2019 E.B. Craney 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.

  • On the Season 11 finale of Field Days, the broiler chicks at Black Dog Farm go out to pasture for the summer.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Tim Anthony and Kira Jarosz of Black Dog Farm move the laying hens onto the compost pile, their first stop on their summer tour of the farm.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Tim Anthony of Black Dog Farm works over the compost pile, a ridge of rich, dark earth made from poop, blood, guts, and feathers, and is a critical element in their closed-loop system.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Kira Jarosz of Black Dog Farm spends some quality time in the freezer.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Tim Anthony of Black Dog Farm gets a late start to the Bozeman Winter Farmers Market and ends up extra busy the day before Easter.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Kira Jarosz of Black Dog Farm checks on the laying hens after their first overnight on pasture.
  • On this episode of Field Days, eight hundred chicks arrive at Black Dog Farm in Livingston, all the way from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Tim Anthony of Black Dog Farm feeds the pigs out on pasture.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Kira Jarosz of Black Dog Farm, a pasture-based pork, poultry, and egg farm in Livingston, packs farm orders for home delivery, on-farm pick up and the farmer’s market all at the same time.
  • On this episode of Field Days, Tim Anthony of Black Dog Farm gets some help putting up an electric fence to train the piglets.