This week on The Land Show with Dave and Johnny
- Dave is back from his anniversary trip to Scotland and shares a few highlights from the trip.
- Jay Grantland, Director of the Alabama Scenic River Trail, fills us in on the recent Great Alabama 650 race that finished this week. https://www.
- Kasey Dixon of the Sand Mountain Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch joins us to discuss there phenomenal corn maze that celebrates Alabama’s Bicentennial, and the great things happening on their farm. https://www.facebook.com/
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- Robert King and Spencer Loveless discuss recent land sales, caring for cattle in times of drought, and poultry farms in our Farmland Report. www.selandgroup.com/agents/
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- Tim Baker shares about the time he and some others built a traditional dug out canoe from a poplar log in our Outdoor Update. www.selandgroup.com/agents/
Dave Milton: Well, Jonathan, it was another great show. I tell you, you had a really interesting first guest that I think all Alabamians would be, and anybody would be interested in.
Jonathan Goode: Yeah, Jay Grantland with the Alabama Scenic River Trail and the Great Alabama 650 talked to us about a fantastic canoe race that covered the whole length of the state this past week, so you’ll want to hear that.
Dave Milton: Yeah, and I was really intrigued with our second guest, Miss Kasey Dixon with the Sand Mountain Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch there up in Sardis, Alabama on Sand Mountain, close to Boaz and Albertville. And it’s the dangest corn maze that I’ve ever heard about with questions and traps, celebrating the bicentennial of the state. A really, really interesting segment.
Jonathan Goode: Yeah, it was. And then we were pleased to have Robert King on with our Farmland report. He and Spencer Loveless were out taking a look at a farm today there in Tallapoosa County, in your neck of the woods, and talked to us about poultry farms and what you need to be doing for your cattle in this type of dry weather.
Dave Milton: Yeah, and then we brought the Wild Man in to close it out, Tim Baker, and he talked to us about traditional Indian dugout canoes and how he had made one with some other gentlemen over in Russellville out of a poplar log. And just, you know, that guy is just,
Jonathan Goode: Stone cold.
Dave Milton: He’s half paleo, half neanderthal and all wild man, but he’s something else. It was a tremendous show, wasn’t it?
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