The Land Show Episode 383


This week on The Land Show

Rickey Fields, Certified Prescribed Burn Program Manager for the Alabama Forestery Commission, joins us to talk about the services that the Forestry Commission offers to landowners across the state. Rickey discusses the benefits of prescribed fire in our forests, and the benefits of maintaining and marking your property boundaries.

Taylor Hatchett, owner of Boozer Farms in Thorsby, talks about what they are planting on their fruit and vegetable farm in Chilton County. Taylor talks about how the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model has been great for their farm.

Travis Jordan, with Alabama Ag Credit, is in studio to talk about how land buyers are navigating the current interest rate environment with their land purchases.

Ashley Mason, new owner of Cracker Seasonings, is on to share about their new seasoning company. Cracker seasonings has different flavors for all types of tasty dishes.

The Land Show is brought to you by Southeastern Land Group through partnership with the Land Broker Co-op.

About the Land Show
Host, Dave Milton, has worked hard for land owners and investors for over 25 years and he is passionate about properly educating people on sound land investing. “Land is a key economic driver in the South, especially in my home state of Alabama where Timber Production is the primary industry. What happens with land legislation, values and taxation effects all of us.” – Dave Milton