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Introducing. . .BROWNFIELD OHIO

After much research and discussion, we have made an exciting decision.  We are all very happy about introducing Brownfield Ohio radio network, but no one on our team is more excited than Dave Russell, who hails from farm country in the Buckeye State. 

Here’s the “official” announcement:


Ohio Brownfield Ag News radio network introduced

Jefferson City, Mo (February) – Ohio Brownfield Ag News radio network will be introduced in 2011. The network will provide news, markets, weather, event coverage and feature and commentary programming relevant to those who live and work on farms and in rural communities in Ohio, and to those with an interest in food and fiber production in the Buckeye state.

Ohio Brownfield is committed to local, on-the-ground coverage of agriculture, with a full-time farm broadcaster living and reporting in the Buckeye state. With the backing of an award winning team of nine full-time farm broadcasters, two of which are dedicated to market coverage, the Ohio farm broadcaster will have time to focus on Ohio agriculture.

As Ohio is a state with a rich, deep-rooted agriculture heritage, so is Brownfield Ag News. We are committed to agriculture and the rural audience and look forward to growing relationships and building partnerships in the Buckeye state.

Brownfield, founded in 1972, includes Brownfield Ag News radio networks and Brownfield has contractual partnerships with more than 300 affiliate radio stations in Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Missouri, Wisconsin, Nebraska and South Dakota that carry Brownfield radio programming.

Brownfield offers “Agriculture Today,” a free daily e-mail newsletter providing readers with a snapshot of what is happening in agriculture. Brownfield Mobile provides the top news headlines and ag market information, a weather radar map customized to your area, and the ability to listen to grain and livestock reports all from your smart phone. Brownfield Mobile Text Alerts keep subscribers updated with customized commodity information. Listeners and readers may also stay informed on Brownfield’s Twitter account. Brownfield’s Blog offers a peek behind the scenes.

A team of nine agricultural journalists, all Broadcast Council members of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting, along with an ag meteorologist, Washington D.C. policy analyst and two market analysts are solely responsible for the creation of the Brownfield Ag News products.


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