Agribusiness News for local Broadcast Markets, their Websites, and their Social Media Platforms

Online Affiliation

AgView.net provides sales/sponsorship opportunities for broadcast station websites through a dedicated ‘tab’ or subdomain option. Both options maximize revenue potential and relevant content for any format. The only requirement is promotion of the stations own website.

On-Air Option

Choose up to six 2-minute reports to air daily. Stations may barter commercial time or pay a small cash affiliation fee for each market/cluster. Affiliates may utilize programming on multiple stations and at different times. Programs are available through FTP download.

Unique Partnership

AgView.net provides a series of in-market, in-station training to your sellers and programmers. We offer assistance on individual client presentations, and even provide radio production if desired.

The Best Source for Ag Content

Covering agriculture from a producer prospective is the cultural norm for AgView.net. With that credo AgView.net is a valued addition to broadcast programming regardless of format and a key component of any broadcaster digital resource they provide. AgView.net is the ‘worthwhile’ source for ag information – whether you are a producer, supplier or consumer....because if you eat, you’re involved with agriculture...and information is power.

Current Ag Content on any Screen

Ken Rahjes

One of the nation’s most widely respected ag journalists, Ken is a native Kansan and a Nebraska resident. He is a former member of the KRVN/Rural Radio Network Ag Team, and was Executive Producer of the nationally syndicated program AgriTalk. Ken is a veteran of the largest Kansas ag broadcast group (WIBW) and the Kansas Ag Network.


Contact Us Today

ken@agview.net(308) 320-0700


  • RYAN MARTIN

    is our market analyst. He is an experienced ag broadcaster and the chief meteorologist and a branch manager (commodity trading) for Allendale.

  • MARK VAIL

    is a Kansas Hall of Fame broadcaster with nearly 40-years of experiences ranging from station owner, group manager, and executive director of the NAFB.

  • ED BENNETT

    has 35 years of broadcast experience, mostly in ag radio management, and is a pioneer of small-market interactive media sales.

  • JULIE KARAVAS

    is a public speaker and licensed attorney in Nebraska and Colorado and is a contributing editor on legal issues affecting Rural America.

  • LORI RAHJES

    was raised on a diversified farm and ranch in southwest Kansas. A graduate of the University of Kansas, she brings a wealth of understanding in bookkeeping, office management and business principles.

  • BRYAN THOMPSON

    is a radio family prodigy who began as a computer programmer at age 15. His software company is a joint venture partner of AgView.net.

  • AARON DUNLOP

    started his career at ag station KRVN and is now a Level 3 Linux Systems Administrator experienced in automating large-scale systems.