A look at agriculture and other rural life across the Bluegrass State

Travelin Uncut - The Impact Of Rainfall on Crops

Central Kentucky farmer Caleb Ragland says the 2022 wheat crop on his farm may be the best this year if they don’t receive some much-needed rainfall. Ragland says the wheat yields didn’t compare to 2021, but the...

Travelin Uncut - Ashley Smith Discusses Black Soil

Travelin the Bluegrass is on the road in Lexington to learn about Black Soil from co-founder Ashley Smith.  During this episode of the Kentucky Tourism Arts and Heritage Agritourism Edition we learn the history of the Community...

Travelin Uncut - Amy Parrish-Kentucky Science Center

The Kentucky Science Center is not just for the residents of Louisville but is for the entire state.  Communications Director Amy Parrish discusses exhibits currently underway at the science center and the mission of education for youth...

Travelin Uncut - Matt Futtrell Discusses Crops

Wheat yields held strong this year, but Christian County Agriculture Extension Agent Matt Futtrell says yields were down from 2021.  Futtrell also talks about dry conditions and the impact on the corn and soybean crops....