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Hoosier Ag Today Adds Programs to Lafayette Radio Station

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Your Country 957v5Hoosier Ag Today, Indiana’s leading agricultural radio network, has joined forces with WSHP 95.7 FM to provide expanded farm program coverage to farmers in the Tippecanoe County area. WSHP, Your Country Station, owned by Artistic Media Partners, recently changed to a music-oriented, country format and added Hoosier Ag Today programs to better serve the large agricultural industry in the area. “We are very excited to be working with WSHP to bring a full day’s schedule of farm programs to the Tippecanoe County area,” said Gary Truitt, President of Hoosier Ag Today. “Farmers in this area have not had a good source of agricultural information available on the radio for some time. I commend WSHP for making a serious commitment to agriculture and providing timely information in the early morning, mid-day, and mid-afternoon time periods.”

 

Your Country Station 95.7 broadcasts Hoosier Ag Today news and market preview programs in the 5am hour, a farm market update in the noon hour, and a market close report after 3pm. This schedule provides area farm families with a full day of agricultural information and great entertainment. All Hoosier Ag Today programs are produced in Indiana and focus on information that is relevant to Hoosier farmers and agribusinesses.  During the growing season, HAT will regularly interview Tippecanoe County farmers on crop conditions. HAT will also continue its tradition of on location coverage of the Tippecanoe County 4-H Fair.

 

About Hoosier Ag Today

Hoosier Ag Today was founded in 2006 for the specific purpose of serving the informational needs of the Hoosier agricultural community.  HAT currently has 55 radio stations broadcasting its programs.  In addition, HAT operates a multi-media web site, smartphone app, and publishes a daily e-mail newsletter.  In 2008, 2010, and 2012, Hoosier Ag Today was rated the most listened to farm radio network in Indiana by Ag Media Research.  Hoosier Ag Today is represented nationally by J.L. Farmakis, Inc.