Airing on the Side of Agriculture

Davidson Affecting Change Through Broadcasting

Avery Davidson, communications director for Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation and farm broadcaster on the Voice of Louisiana Agriculture Radio Network, covered the damage of Hurricane Ida, something many farm broadcasters do not get the chance to cover. This detrimental hurricane tore through Louisiana at the end of August 2021.


Ketelsen Joins Broadcasting Giants in Minnesota

Lynn Ketelsen, owner of Linder Farm Network in Minnesota, will be inducted into the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame later this year.

Leal Serves Ag in Her Dream Job

Danielle Leal is a television broadcaster at AgNet West in California, covering agriculture news in her community.

Chambers Presents Research at National Conferences

Hannah Chambers recently presented three research posters at the Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists (SAAS) conference this February in New Orleans. Chambers is a current graduate student at the University of Arkansas.

Anderson Awarded Outstanding Nebraska LEAD Alumni

Having grown up in South Dakota, agriculture was certainly something with which Ken Anderson was familiar.

News Show Shares Ag Policy Issues

Agri-Pulse Newsmakers is a new national news show, created by Agri-Pulse Communications, to engage industry leaders and lawmakers on the important agriculture and political issues of the week.


Certified Ag Dealers Offers Unique Benefits

The chief marketing officer of Certified Ag Dealers knows agriculture — and it shows.

Podcast Showcases Women in Ag

A Texas A&M graduate student is highlighting the stories of women in agriculture through her podcast, Ag Chicks.

Teaching the Next Generation of Agriculture

Erica Irlbeck, professor of agricultural education and agricultural communications at Texas Tech University, says her favorite part about being a professor is working with the students.

McCrea Follows His Passion

Living on the same farm he grew up on in Maysville, Missouri, Andrew McCrea spends his mornings feeding cattle. Other days, he finds himself speaking to people across the country.