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Brownfield rolls out Great Lakes Ag Report

Agriculture in the Great Lakes region is diverse and productive. Tart cherries, blueberries, dry beans, cucumbers, asparagus, blackberries, floriculture products, nursery and landscape production, vineyards, orchards and numerous specialty crops grown in the area have an enormous economic impact in the region. Although field crops and livestock have the greatest economic impact, well over 300 crops are grow in the region.

Brownfield Ag News recognizes the relevance and diversity of agriculture in the region and the importance of news and information specific to the area. Hosted by Michigan Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Nicole Heslip, a native of the region, Great Lakes Ag Report covers agribusiness news of the day and a review of specialty crop markets impacting the region.

Great Lakes Ag Report airs daily, Monday – Friday on Brownfield affiliate radio stations across the region.

More than 400 radio stations carry agricultural programming created by Brownfield’s award-winning team of a dozen full-time farm broadcasters. Brownfield Ag news is the oldest and largest agricultural radio network with more agricultural reporters in more states covering more acres than any other farm broadcast team.

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