Rosewood Ranch will receive nationally televised coverage when it appears on RFD-TV on Wednesday, March 7 in the show America’s Heartland . Rosewood’s segment is also available for viewing online at rosewoodservices.com, on the homepage of the Rosewood Services website.
The Ranch, located eight miles west of Great Bend, is a full-working horse ranch that offers equestrian and therapeutic riding classes to those with developmental disabilities.
The Ranch appears on the second segment of three featured in episode 722, which is the final one of season seven for America’s Heartland . Rosewood’s segment runs approximately six minutes. The show will air on RFD-TV at 7 p.m. and again at 10:30 p.m. central time.
Smoky Hills Public Television, Channel 9, premiered the episode last Friday.
According to America’s Heartland website, traditional airings on PBS and RFD-TV reach close to one million viewers per episode. America’s Heartland is produced in Sacramento, Calif., at PBS-affiliate KVIE.