Phone: (800) 426-9438, Ext. 117
“I thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to visit farmers’ operations and the trust they give me to tell their story. No two operations are the same, and that’s why it is so fun to learn how each farmer develops unique ways to make his farm a successful enterprise.”
Phone: (309) 828-1432
“Traveling to every corner of central Illinois along with trips to Brazil, Louisiana, Washington, D.C., New Hampshire and Iowa have provided me with a previously unimaginable perspective of today’s agriculture. Meeting with top executives of major agricultural companies, scientists, university researchers, national and state political leaders, commodity group representatives and farmers with thousands of acres to only a few and delivering that information to our readers are highlights of my AgriNews experience.”
Phone: (800) 426-9438, Ext. 211
“In my career as a newspaper reporter, I've learned that everybody has their own unique and interesting story to tell. I enjoy traveling around the state, seeing all the amazing places each region has to offer and showing and telling these incredible and unique stories.”
Phone: (800) 772-9354, Ext. 4
"I am so excited to start my career at Indiana AgriNews. Growing up, I showed Boer goats and entered a creative writing and photography project in 4-H every year. My love for farm animals, as well as the land, in general, grew over time. At the intersection of agriculture and writing is the Agricultural Communication program at Purdue University, where I found the home of my ideal major. I believe agriculture is an important, exciting and growing part of Indiana, and there is nothing else I’d rather write about."
Phone: (800) 772-9354, Ext. 3
"As a newspaper reporter, I have discovered that my favorite thing about the job is being given the trust to tell someone else's story. I am excited to be joining the AgriNews team as a field editor and can't wait to start telling the stories of others across the Hoosier State."
Phone: (618) 932-3041
“For the past 25 years, it has been my privilege to serve agriculture in a small way, by sharing the triumphs and challenges of this vibrant industry. Most of all, I have enjoyed telling the stories of those who toil in the fields, factories, schools, laboratories and other places of work. Like other industries, agriculture has changed greatly over the past quarter-century. But the people involved haven't changed – they are truly the salt of the earth.”