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AgDay

For more than a quarter-century, farmers and ranchers have turned to AgDay each weekday morning for a daily dose of news, weather and market information. Covering all aspects and all corners of farm country, AgDay provides up-to-the-minute news and analysis that producers can use to make better decisions for their operation.

Hosted by Clinton Griffiths, AgDay has been on the air since 1982. Clinton is joined each day by veteran AgriBusiness Director Al Pell, award-winning meteorologist Mike Hoffman and a team of reporters covering specific regions of the country, including Michelle Rook in the Northern Plains and Erica Goss in the Cotton Belt. As part of the Farm Journal Media team, AgDay marshals the journalistic resources found companywide, including regular contributions from FARM JOURNAL and TOP PRODUCER magazines, the Pro Farmer newsletter and the AgWeb.com website.

 

In addition to timely news and market insight, AgDay reaches out to consumers with its daily “Food and Your Family” report. From food safety to health news, this report showcases the many ways agriculture impacts everyone. The program also offers a daily slice of Americana titled “In the Country-” a look at the people and places that make rural America such an inviting place to live and explore.

Featuring 260 new programs every year, AgDay airs weekday mornings on RFD-TV, “Rural America’s Most Important Network.” To learn more about the program, head online to www.agday.com.  AgDay...The Country Experience.

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Birds, bees, cows! Students prep for Ag Day at UD

Apr 23, 2015 • The News Journal
Their handlers and other students at the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources will host the 40th Ag Day, a show case of the latest in agricultural research at the University of Delaware. If bugs are your passion – from creepy crawlies to the ... More

5th Annual Ivy Tech Ag Day

Apr 24, 2015 • MyWabashValley
Students from all over the valley got to visit the Ivy Tech Ag Department as part of their 5th annual Ag Day. Students got to hear what the ag department learns about and does on a daily basis. This is only the 7th year of existence for the Ivy Tech ag ... More

University of Delaware hosts 40th Ag Day

Apr 24, 2015 • WDEL 1150AM
"Ag Day is designed to educate people on where their food comes from," explained Dr. Mark Rieger, dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The state's agriculture production has an estimated $8 billion impact on the economy. Riger ... More

Ag Day, Grandy Primary

Apr 25, 2015 • The Daily Advance
Do you support raises for county employees? If so, how should they be paid for? I don't support raises for them. I would support a tax increase to fund raises for them. I think other county expenses should be cut to fund raises. I think the salaries ... More

UW-Madison students celebrate Ag Day on Campus

Apr 22, 2015 • WKOW
MADISON (WKOW) – Some UW-Madison students spent part of this Earth Day teaching others about agriculture. Wednesday was “Ag Day” near Library Mall on the UW campus. The school's Collegiate Farm Bureau hosted the event with the theme "Every day ... More

Stitch in time

Apr 20, 2015 • UD Daily
12:24 p.m., April 20, 2015--Of all the traditions of the University of Delaware's Ag Day, perhaps none is more colorful and unique than the T-shirts that are created every year with a fresh design. To honor and display the designs of years past, and ... More

Ag Day brings fun resources to educate students

Apr 16, 2015 • The Daily Collegian Online
Animals, flowers, squirrel shirts, ice cream and smiles were seen all around as Ag Day brought the College of Agriculture to life. “The mission of Ag Day is to educate the Penn State students and community about agriculture,” Ag Advocate Alyssa Maxwell ... More

Third-graders learn about the farm at Ag Day

Apr 20, 2015 • Oskaloosa Herald
Adams said some new Ag Day topics included sheep shearing, the Corn Station, and an area farmer who spoke about money management at a third-grade level. Also, Iowa Honey Queen Gabrielle Hemesath, who is now American Honey Queen, spoke about ... More

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