One of the best aspects of being an agricultural broadcaster is the people I meet. The salt of the earth people that live in rural America is the reason that I am in this career path. Meeting the men and women that make our rural communities thrive is what it’s all about. That’s why I
I’m having a tough time deciding on what to wear for trick-or-treating tonight. I have two pretty scary options. Option number one is pretty terrifying: Todays Winter Wheat Prices Option number two is also scary to look at: My student loans Not sure on which costume I will choose yet! Happy Halloween!
“Good morning everyone, it’s time for your morning market report.” That is usually the first thing out of my mouth each morning as the Northern Ag Network’s Morning Market Report hits the airwaves in Montana, Wyoming and the Western Dakotas. As an agricultural broadcaster, each broadcast day is different. Just like on a farm or