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Clinton Griffiths is the anchor and managing editor for AgDay Television. He comes to the program with lifelong connections in agriculture, growing up on his family’s ranch in Deming, New Mexico. He grew up showing cattle and was actively involved in FFA and 4H. His time in the show ring helped pay his way to Oklahoma State University, where he earned a degree in ag communications. He later completed his master’s in business administration from Wichita State University. Earlier in his career Clinton was a reporter/anchor for KBSH-TV in Hays, Kansas and KWCH-TV in Wichita. He most recently served as host and executive producer of "SUNUP", a weekly agricultural television program produced by Oklahoma State University.

For more than a quarter-century, farmers and ranchers have turned to AgDay each weekday morning for a daily dose of news, weather and market information.

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NATIONAL REPORTER

Mike Hoffman

National Meteorologist

THE SHOW BREAKDOWN

  • Top Stories ... latest news related to the rural community
  • Weather ... the national forecast that growers depend on
  • Agribusiness ... daily market advice from some of the most respected analysts in the industry
  • In The Country ... capturing the rural lifestyle as seen through the stories from some of the best storytellers in America
  • Crop Comments ... audience engagement through photos and stories from throughout the Midwest
  • Top Stories ... latest news related to the rural community

We offer viewers a program that focuses on how food is produced, grown and packaged for a society that’s ever more conscious of where their meals comes from and how it impacts their daily lives.

  • Daily segments that focus on food and farming from business to table
  • Dedicated crops, livestock and produce coverage every week
  • Weather with coast to coast coverage
  • Expert commodity market and retail analysis
  • Stories from the most interesting people and places in rural America

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