Veteran’s Cornhole Tournament, Hoyt Family Farmstead, Capitalism

In Vermont Viewpoint by WDEV Radio

The episode starts with a discussion about Pickles. Next up, Michelle Hogan of Josh’s House talks about Veterans and an upcoming cornhole tournament to benefit SEALS. After that, Scott Hoyt of the Hoyt Family Farmstead in Tunbridge is on to discuss some cows that died from eating wire left in fields. Then, National Correspondent Bob Ney is on to catch us up on national news. Lastly, Robert Hajdu from the University of Vermont is on to teach us about the History of Capitalism.