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What time does Kentucky Afield come on?

What time does Kentucky Afield come on?

No matter where the woods and waters take us, you’ll always find us on KET. We are on Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. EST/7:30 p.m. CST and repeats Sundays at 4:30 p.m. EST/3:30 p.m. CST on KET 1.

What did Chad Miles do before Kentucky afield?

Prior to his work with the Fish and Wildlife Foundation Miles served as regional director in marketing for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, senior marketing manager for National Tobacco Company and manager of category development at Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corp.

How do I send a picture to Kentucky afield?

Stories should be 400-600 words long and include a high quality photo, slide or high-resolution digital image. We reserve the right to edit stories for grammar, clarity and length. E-mail submissions to [email protected] or mail them to Kentucky Afield Magazine, 1 Sportsman’s Lane, Frankfort, KY 40601.

What are the dates for deer season in KY?

Deer Hunting Seasons

DEER Early Season Late Season
Archery Sept. 4, 2021 – Jan. 17, 2022
Crossbow Sept. 18, 2021 – Jan. 17, 2022
Youth-only Gun Oct. 9-10, 2021
Muzzleloader Oct. 16-17, 2021 Dec. 11-19, 2021

Where is Kentucky Afield filmed?

Lexington, Kentucky

Kentucky Afield
Production location Lexington, Kentucky
Running time 30 minutes
Original network Kentucky Educational Television

Who is the host of Kentucky Afield?

host Chad Miles
First, we take a look back at Tim Farmer’s 20-year career as host of “Kentucky Afield.” Then new host Chad Miles introduces his first segment, fishing for smallmouth bass at Dale Hollow.

What is Kentucky Wild?

WHAT IS KENTUCKY WILD? ‚ÄčKentucky Wild directly supports vulnerable wildlife facing threats in our state. Your membership will help ensure that future generations of Kentuckians can enjoy our state’s wildlife. Join here and make a difference for tomorrow.

Does Kentucky have wild hogs?

Wild pigs (Sus scrofa) are not native to Kentucky or North America. Their establishment in the southeastern United States dates back to the 1500’s. Early European explorers brought domestic pigs with them as livestock for their settlements.

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