Help celebrate Agweek’s 35th anniversary at Big Iron
Stop by the Agweek booth at Big Iron, Sept. 15-17, this year located outdoors next to the food court, and pick up an Agweek rain gauge or a pre-packaged and locally-baked Agweek cookie.
Agweek continues to expand its reach with farmers and ranchers across the Upper Midwest through print, digital and broadcast media, and the Big Iron Farm Show in West Fargo, N.D., remains an important place to interact with readers and viewers.
Earlier this year, Agweek merged with Agri News of Rochester, Minn., and also expanded AgweekTV into southern Minnesota and northern Iowa. Additionally, Agweek recently celebrated its 35th anniversary and continues to plan for the future of agriculture news for farmers, ranchers, agribusiness professionals and rural communities.
To celebrate all of these milestones, stop by the Agweek booth at Big Iron, Sept. 15-17, this year located outdoors next to the food court, and pick up an Agweek rain gauge or a pre-packaged and locally-baked Agweek cookie.
Also available at the booth are opportunities to purchase an Agweek digital membership. Agweek employs six multi-media agriculture journalists, including Emily Beal, Noah Fish, Jonathan Knutson, Mikkel Pates, Jenny Schlecht and AgweekTV's Michelle Rook, all located across the Upper Midwest region. An Agweek membership gives you access to all of the daily content they produce and display at agweek.com .
Agweek representatives, including publisher Katie Pinke, will be on-hand to answer membership or subscription questions. Sales consultants John Fetsch and Alec Winmill will be available to discuss Agweek advertising and sponsored content opportunities.
Schlecht and Winmill will host the weekly Agweek Podcast from the Big Iron booth. Agweek TV will produce a show at Big Iron this year to be aired beginning Sept. 19. Check your local listings or find it on agweek.com .