Max Armstrong - The Voice of American Agriculture
Max Armstrong, The Voice of American Agriculture, anchors the Farm Progress Broadcast division that includes television, radio, enhanced Web content, and custom programming.
Millions of farmers, ranchers and consumers have viewed Max's TV programs and heard his radio broadcasts during his more than 30 years of industry experience. He is one of the most widely recognized and highly regarded agricultural journalists in America.
You can hear him on radio stations throughout the country with weekday broadcasts of his ag perspectives on "Farm Progress America" programs and his wit, wisdom and observations in "Max Armstrong's Midwest Digest" segments; and weekly co-hosting the "Saturday Morning Show" on the legendary radio powerhouse, WGN radio.
He is co-founder and co-host of "This Week In AgriBusiness," broadcast on the popular RFD-TV satellite channel that is carried on DirecTV and DISH Network and more than 25 additional local television stations throughout the nation's best ag areas. Max and Orion Samuelson host this highly regarded weekly ag business and news program 52 times each year.
In pursuit of the news of agriculture, Max has originated broadcasts from every U.S. state and more than 30 nations. His work has earned dozens of honors from agriculture groups, trade associations and professional organizations.
From his boyhood of growing up on a farm near Owensville, Indiana, to his years in Chicago radio and television, Max's background and experience have developed to give him the perspectives and industry access to produce his insightful broadcasts. He maintains close ties with agriculture and proudly displays his boyhood 1953 Farmall Super H tractor at parades, fairs and festivals.