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You may not know that RRFN writes for the Northarvest BeanGrower magazine.
The biggest benefit I feel I've received from this time is getting to know the RRFN staff: Randy, Don, Carah Hart and Megan Ternquist, as well as many others in the agriculture industry.
When the new Congress convened in January, RRFN spent one week on Capitol Hill.
Beyond traditional on-air advertising, RRFN firmly believes in the power of its digital offerings.
That connection happens every time RRFN pulls into a farm field to discuss crop conditions with a local grower.
It is another exciting year in agriculture and RRFN is proud to be telling that story.
Each day, the RRFN team of agricultural journalists concentrates on stories that provide insight into the markets, weather, trade and farm policy.
The RRFN territory has seen dry conditions this year, but most farmers will still have a big crop.
At RRFN, we value spending time outside of the studio.
RRFN's priority is to give that farmer information they need to make business decisions.
You'll also find the RRFN team walking the fields, covering local plot tours and hosting "Coffee Shop" broadcasts from local communities to get the pulse of the industry.
In addition to our on-air programming, RRFN reaches an expanded audience through our weekly e-mail newsletter, FarmNetNews.
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