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Brownfield Ag News Adds Station Affiliates in Missouri
USAgNet - 05/17/2019

Brownfield announced the addition of three new radio stations to its network in Missouri. KCWJ-AM 1030 Blue Springs, KDKD-AM 1280 Clinton, and KOKO-AM 1450 Warrensburg are now affiliates of Brownfield Ag News Radio Network.

These stations are committed to serving their agricultural audiences so they have partnered with Brownfield to provide ag news, markets, weather, event coverage and feature and commentary programming relevant to those who live and work on farms and in rural communities and to those with an interest in food and fiber production.

Brownfield, founded in Missouri in 1972, includes Brownfield Ag News radio networks and Brownfieldagnews.com. Brownfield has contractual partnerships with more than 500 radio stations, with 50 of those in Missouri. Brownfield stations are also located in Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minnesota, Michigan, South Dakota and Ohio.

An award-winning team of 12 agricultural journalists, all Broadcast Council members of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting, along with an ag meteorologist and Washington D.C. policy analyst are solely responsible for the creation of the Brownfield Ag News products.

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