A great addition to our lineup of ag programming here on KLQP-FM. We have been airing Darrell’s show for a long time and have always been pleased with the variety of timely ag topics that are covered. If you’re not running it, you should be!Maynard Meyer, GM, KLQP-FM, Madison, MNYour show continues to sound great, and I appreciate the way you are constantly diversifying your range of subjects. The recent Dust Bowl series was fantastic.James Hunt, Agribusiness Director, KGNC-AM, Amarillo, TXWhat I hear from our listeners most is that it grabs the attention of everyone, not just farmers. A lot of ag shows focus on just farming. F2F is about the lifestyle and what the future holds--not just locally but around the world. From buffalo to bees and gardens without soil, F2F holds your attention.Kevin Grindstaff, Program Director, WDKR/WXFM, Maroa/Mt. Zion, ILWe love airing Farm to Fork because it provides news, insight, and education for farmers, ranchers, and everyone else in our listening areas. Darrell is wonderful at interviewing his guests and pulling the best information to share on the report. Keep up the great work. We love it!Dustin Moore, Operations Manager, WZFG, Fargo, ND/KTGO, Tioga, NDAn integral part of our morning ag block on Finger Lakes News Radio in upstate New York. The program is well-produced so our stations sound good, and it’s sponsored locally, which makes me look good.Ted Baker, Program Director, Finger Lakes News Radio, Geneva, NYDarrell’s program not only fits in very well with our overall farm programming, it is also a great way to attract those local and regional ag dollars.Bill Rice, Program Director, WFIN-AM, Findlay, OHThank you for interviewing me when I was in Detroit Lakes for a library program. Your radio show must have an extensive network! We received letters following the recent broadcast from Kansas and Iowa and people from those states plus Missouri and Arizona visited our website. Continued best wishes to you and the program. You are offering a valued service to people connected to the land.Patrick Mader, Northfield, MNYou do a fine job. Content is always timely and appropriate. It is presented concisely and interestingly. The program is vital to our ag news block since AP and other news sources don’t do ag news anymore.Larry Masco, Program Director, KMTI-AM, Manti, UTAnd, Patrick McPherson, Program Director at WLLT-FM in Polo, Illinois, chose to record his testimonial!This is just a sampling of the comments offered over the years about the show.