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Source: Farm to Fork news release

"We're billing it as 'A new name for a trusted farm broadcast,' says Darrell Anderson, the producer and host of the daily radio feature, Farm to Fork.
Anderson grew up on a turkey farm, became a radio journalist in 1979, and went on to be a managing partner for two stations in central Minnesota.

In 1995, Anderson approached Successful Farming with the idea of a syndicated daily feature and the Successful Farming Radio Magazine began airing the following January 1. The network of stations carrying the show grew to 133 when, in mid-2017, Anderson took the show to Farm Journal Media where it became The Farm Journal Report. This past October 1, the show became independent and was renamed once again.

"We chose to call it Farm to Fork to reflect the growing connection between farmers and ranchers and the end users of what they produce," says Anderson.
The show airs on a core network of 175 stations in 20 states. "We have a relationship with another network on an as-needed basis to assist advertisers who want additional coverage with 317 unique stations across a broader geography," he says. Advertising is handled in-house.

The website for the show is

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