Lorrie Boyer Named 2019 NAFB President

Lorrie Boyer Receiving Her Gavel


Boyer to lead 900+ members


PLATTE CITY, Missouri (MONTH XX, 2018) – Veteran Farm Broadcaster Lorrie Boyer, current farm director at KSIR in Fort Morgan, Colorado, was named 2019 president at the 75th National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB) Convention, held November 7-9, 2018, in Kansas City, Missouri.

“NAFB is honored to have Lorrie Boyer represent our association as president for the 2019 calendar year,” said Tom Brand, executive director, NAFB. “Her passion for farm broadcasting, creativity, and outgoing personality will represent our 900+ members well.”

In her role with KSIR, Boyer covers issues at the local, state and national levels.

“I serve my community by staying on top of ag issues impacting their bottom lines,” Boyer said. “I book and produce interviews and hourly market reports; and I offer daily ag news headlines for the KSIR audience.”

Boyer also recognizes the importance of her station as well as her role representing farm broadcasters as NAFB President.

“KSIR is unique in that it’s the only ag station in Colorado,” Boyer added. “We gear our entire programming around agriculture news and information. We are in the heart of production ag in northeast Colorado, and the largest station in the area, and we pride ourselves on giving listeners a small-town feel. In my role as NAFB President, I look forward to working with our members to continue to promote the importance of farm radio and the various ways farm broadcasters connect with their listeners.”

Additionally, various youth and state-based ag organizations have recognized Boyer for her contributions to the ag community, including the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, Colorado Association of Conservation Districts, and the Colorado Corn Growers Association.

Boyer is married to her husband, Brian; the couple has two sons, Blake and Brodie.

About NAFB

The National Association of Farm Broadcasting is a 501(c)(6) professional organization whose mission is to lead, promote and support growth in agricultural and rural broadcasting for the benefit of our members, audience, and industry. NAFB broadcasters can be heard daily on more than 1,500 stations coast-to-coast.

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