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This new approach to farm programming has been well received by the Hoosier agricultural and broadcast communities. “I like the way Gary is heading with Hoosier Ag Today because he is going to focus on Indiana agriculture,” noted Steve Lankford, General Manager of WRAY AM/FM in Princeton, IN. Several major Indiana farm organizations partnered with Hoosier Ag Today in multi-year agreements. Indiana Farm Bureau president Don Villwock called Truitt a great servant-leader for Indiana agriculture, “His vision for developing the ag network has just been a blessing for all of Indiana agriculture, to keep up on the latest technology, the latest ag news all across – literally – the world. He really thinks like a farmer and has a passion in his heart for agriculture.”
Hoosier Ag Today uses the latest technology to deliver time-critical information to farmers and non-farmers alike via local radio stations and the internet. Hoosier Ag Today is dedicated to serving its listeners, readers, and advertisers with quality service and information. HAT will continue to grow and change to keep pace with the dynamic agricultural industry of the state.
Hoosier Ag Today is the only media organization exclusively dedicated to covering Indiana agriculture. By making its content local and relevant to Indiana farm families, HAT has become the leading source for timely news, market, and weather information in Indiana.
Thanks for taking a few minutes to learn about Hoosier Ag Today. Indiana agriculture is a dynamic and growing industry with a fantastically bright future. Hoosier Ag Today is uniquely positioned to serve the farm families of Indiana as well as the businesses who want to reach them, both now and for years to come.
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Gary Truitt is the most recognized and trusted farm broadcaster in Indiana. For more than 29 years, Truitt has been delivering the farm news and markets to Hoosier farmers over radio stations across the state. In addition, his weekly newspaper commentary is one of the most read pieces in Indiana’s leading farm publication. Truitt has received numerous industry awards including two Oscar in Agriculture awards and Farm Broadcaster of the Year. In 2006, Truitt founded Hoosier Ag Today as a way to better serve the informational needs of Indiana farm families.
Andy Eubank is a veteran Indiana broadcaster who understands the power of local radio. His 41 years of radio experience in rural communities have made him a master at producing programming that enables local radio stations to reach and serve their agricultural audience. Eubank’s work has been honored by the National Association of Farm Broadcasting and the Purdue Cooperative Extension Service. Since joining HAT in 2007, Eubank has traveled extensively covering agriculture, including accompanying the Indiana Lt. Governor on an agricultural trade mission to China in 2010.
Ryan Martin is trained as both a Meteorologist and agricultural commodity broker which allows him to bring a new depth to weather content from Hoosier Ag Today. He focuses on weather trends for the Hoosier State and incorporates how these trends will impact farming operations and market prices. Based in Warsaw, IN, Martin has developed a weather, risk management tool using weather derivatives to mitigate the problems that weather brings to all market sectors, not only the agricultural industry.