We are joined again by blogger, farmer, and inspiration Wanda Patsche of Martin County, to discuss her most recent blog post regarding post-harvest. It's all starting at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday here on AM 730 KWOA!
Join ag broadcaster Sonja Langseth, member of the NAFB, on Thursday afternoons from 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. for your "Afternoon Ag Segment" on AM 730 KWOA. Sonja talks about everything and anything ag-related, particularly focusing on current events and hot topics in the ag industry. She talks with a wide variety of professionals and knowledgeable experts in their respective fields, ranging as close as Worthington residents to as far as national voices, delivering the latest ag information "straight from the horse's mouth" to the KWOA listeners.
Afternoon Ag Segment Stories
Below is a listing of stories for the Afternoon Ag segment. Please click the story title to view the full story.
October just wrapped up, but it's always important to observe this month as National Farm to School Month
Farm to school brings local or regionally produced foods into school cafeterias; hands-on learning activities such as school gardening, farm visits, and culinary classes; and the integration of food-related education into the classroom curriculum.
Get more details on Farm to School at the Farm to School Network at http://www.farmtoschool.org/
We return for another week of your Afternoon Ag Segment coming up Thursday starting at 12:30 p.m. For this week, we continue to investigate into the propane situation facing farmers with this year's combination of wet crops, delayed harvest, and looming winter. We will catch up with Cinch Munson, the Propane Education & Research Council's director of ag business development to discuss the ag aspects of the propane industry.
We'll also chat with Brian Lewis of CHS to discuss propane safe use and storage tips.
Stay tuned here on AM 730 KWOA!
This Thursday we join forces with Tucker Perkins, the Chief Business Development officer for the Propane Education & Research Council to discuss the overall propane supply issues. Perkins also provides the listening area with information and updates on what the industry is doing on a whole to prepare for harvest and winter.
With harvest upon us (or right around the corner), it's always important to review safe driving tips during harvest season.
Tune in this Thursday beginning at 12:30 p.m. for your Afternoon Ag segment as we catch up with Rebecca L. Arndt, Public Information Officer with the MnDOT District 7 discussing how to stay safe in traffic during harvest!
We'll also chat briefly with Jen Woods in regards to emergency response situations involving livestock.
Part III of the Bacon Bike segment is back! Previously, we spoke with Eric Pierson, the Minnesotan who drove the game-changing Hormel Black Label Bacon Bike during filming. We also spoke with Charlie Smithson, the engineer behind the Bacon Bike.
Now we're talking documentary and the wrap-up of the Bacon Bike's journey with Tony Franklin and Steve DeVore. It's all happening at 12:30 p.m. here on Am 730 KWOA!
There will be no afternoon ag segment on Thursday, September 11th, as the Minnesota Twins are taking on the Cleveland Ohio at the Cleveland Progressive Field at 11:05 a.m.
Remember that AM 730 KWOA is your home for Minnesota Twins baseball. Tune in for live coverage!
(Photo credit: CS Engineering)
We're back talking about the Hormel Black Label Bacon Bike! The other week we spoke with Eric Pierson, who was the Minnesotan who drove the bike during its documentation.
Join us Thursday from 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. as we're catching up with the mastermind behind the Bacon Bike -- the engineer, Charlie Smithson. If you're a gearhead (or just curious how a motorcycle can run on bacon), tune in to AM 730 KWOA!
Check out other works by Charlie -- CS Engineering.
Part 3/3 of the Bacon Bike Segment will be coming up next week!
There will be no afternoon ag segment for Thursday, August 21st, as the Minnesota Twins are taking on the Cleveland Indians at Target Field in Minneapolis.
Tune in to AM 730 KWOA for live coverage of Minnesota baseball!
Farmer enrollment for Monsanto's America's Farmers Grow Communities opened August 1st and will carry through November 30th.
America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, improves lives in rural communities through farmer directed donations. The program, which launched in 2010, allows farmers to enter to win $2,500 for their favorite community nonprofit organization, such as 4-H, FFA, schools, fire departments, food pantries and more. One winner is selected in each of the 1,324 eligible counties across 40 states.
Tune in this Thursday from 12:30 to 1 p.m. as ag broadcaster Sonja Langseth catches up with Linda Arnold, Monsanto Customer Advocacy Lead to discuss the launch of the 2015 campaign, and how you can get involved today.