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Agrimarketing : Marketing Services Guide
PRINT Anad in IFT is more likely to endup in here. (Seeadvertisementinthissection.) MIDWEST MARKETER 1065 Sierra Ct N.E., Ste B, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402-6585; 800/475-6585, FAX: 319/398-2696 Web site: www.midwestmarketer.com Parent company: Lee Enterprises Farm publications unit: Lee Agri-Media/IFT Publications Number of employees: 36 Assoc Publisher/Bus Dev Mgr: Terry Reilly (firstname.lastname@example.org) Year first published: 1993 Circ: 35,300 (sworn). Cattlemen in IA and MO and surrounding states; delivered with Iowa Farmer Today and Missouri Farmer Today. Weekly. Page—$2,029.75. Sales rep: Bock & Associates, 800/284-6020 List rental: Contact Terry Reilly (Seeadvertisementinthissection.) MIDWEST MESSENGER 707 S. 13th, PO Box 239, Tekamah, NE 68061; 402/374-2226, 800/888-1380, FAX: 402/374-2739 Web site: www.midwestmessenger.com Parent company: Lee Publications Number of employees: 38 GM: Joe Zink (email@example.com) Year first published: 1968 Circ: 174,794 (sworn). Farmers, ranchers and agribusiness. Biweekly. Page (Iowa)—$2,867; (Nebraska)— $8,467. Sales rep: Neb. edition: J. L. Farmakis, Inc.; 203/966-1746, contact Bill Farmakis; Iowa edition: Paula Denton; 402/374-2226 (firstname.lastname@example.org) It’s not just about reaching them – it’s about getting inside their minds. A 2008 survey* found Iowa farmers think IFT is the best pub covering ag issues. In fact, IFT swept every category – usefulness, influence in purchasing decisions, enjoyment and more. And research shows Missouri Farmer Today is rapidly becoming as reliable as IFT. Keep that in mind when you want to connect with 88,000 receptive farmers. For complete research results or to advertise call 1-800-475-6655 www.iowafarmertoday.com www.missourifarmertoday.com *2008 Readex Study 66 2009 MARKETING SERVICES GUIDE (Seeadvertisementinthissection.) MINNESOTA FARM GUIDE PO Box 1977, Bismarck, ND 58502-1977; 701/255-4905, FAX: 701/255-2312 Web site: www.minnesotafarmguide.com Parent company: Lee Enterprises Number of employees: 30 Publisher: Brian Kroshus (email@example.com) Editor: Mark Conlon (firstname.lastname@example.org) Gen Mgr: Pat Sitter (email@example.com) Natl SlsMgr: Cliff Meyer (firstname.lastname@example.org) Year first published: 2002 Circ: 28,375 (BPA). Qualified farm/ranch operators. Every other Friday.Page—$2,480.32. Sales rep: J. L. Farmakis, 203/834-8832; contact Bill Farmakis (email@example.com) List rental: $125M. Contact CliffMeyer, 701/255-3434 (firstname.lastname@example.org) MISSISSIPPI FARM BUREAU’S FARM COUNTRY 6311Ridgewood Rd, Jackson, MS 39211; 800/397-8908, FAX: 845/438-8105 Web site: www.msfb.com Ad Sls Dir: Paul Hurst (email@example.com) Circ: 245,000. Crop and cattle operations plus the rural households of MS, including all Farm Bureau members. 6 times a year. Page—$3,272. Sales rep: Hurst & Associates, 800/397-8908; contact Bob Van Voorhis (firstname.lastname@example.org)