New Host for U.S. Farm Report

John Phipps and Tyne Morgan

John Phipps announced on the final show in September that the program is transitioning to a new host. Tyne Morgan will take over the helm starting this weekend. Morgan said, “John will still be on the show each week; he’s just doing so from his farm. His long commute was becoming exhausting, and as he said on the show, he's ready to spend more time on the farm, and less time driving each week to South Bend, Indiana.”

Looking ahead, Morgan said, “U.S. Farm Report is a trusted show with a strong tradition since 1975. So, I hope to keep this tradition alive, along with bringing a fresh twist to a program that has an evolving audience. As my generation continues to play a bigger role in agriculture, our leadership thought it was time the show evolved, as well.” She added, “John Phipps has been a strong advocate for this change. Along with the transition, we are also making some changes and additions to our weekly program. The goal is to provide more emphasis on market and market-related news in the first-half hour of our program. The second half will also be different, but we hope the changes provide our viewers with more relevant information in a personal way.” Tyne has been with Farm Journal Broadcast since January 2012.

Baby Kinsler Renae

Earlier this summer, Tyne earned another new title – that of new mom. “James and I welcomed Kinsler Renae Hulsey on August 9, 2014. Who knew a little girl could bring you so much joy! We are so happy, and I started back to work last week. Thankfully, the transition has been smooth. So, yes, it was a big week last week!”