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Selected Media Use Study Commercial Farms Commissioned by Conducted by Ag Media Research Sioux Falls, South Dakota National Association of Farm Broadcasting Methodology Class 1+ farms (2002 Census) 1,003 qualified respondents 75% > $100,000 gross farm income

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Selected Media Use StudyCommercial Farms

Commissioned by

Conducted by

Ag Media Research

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

National Association of Farm Broadcasting


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Methodology

  • Class 1+ farms (2002 Census)

  • 1,003 qualified respondents

    75% > $100,000 gross farm income

    42% > $250,000 gross farm income

  • Telephone survey March 21-31

  • 12 Corn Belt states


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Producers Surveyed

Nebraska93

North Dakota53

Ohio62

South Dakota 60

Wisconsin 89

Total 1,003

Illinois 115

Indiana 65

Iowa 165

Kansas 74

Michigan 42

Minnesota112

Missouri73


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Baseline Facts

  • AMR ratings annually confirm that weekly radio use is 88-98 percent, averaging 92%

  • ‘Value curve’ – the higher the GFI, the stronger the loyalty to farm broadcasting

  • New-product and new-technology interviews work for marketers

  • Radio is consumed from multiple ‘ports’ and multiple times throughout a day


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Top-Line Results

  • Commercial farmers with GFI of $250k+ are heavy consumers of information

  • Radio listening for Markets and News affecting farm business increases with income

  • The trust and value relationship with farm broadcasting also increases with income


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Daily Farming Information Sources

$40,000-$100,000

78% of largest GFI producers use farm radio daily

Radio

Web

E-Mail

$250,000+

Radio

Web

E-Mail


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Heavy Users: 6+ Times a Day

Radio

$40,000-$100,000

$250,000+

Radio and Web

$40,000-$100,000

$250,000+


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More Outcomes

  • While radio is 100% accessible, Internet use is still limited by access to high-speed connection

  • Among new technologies, downloading of audio from the Internet for any purpose remains very low, at 2.3 % overall

  • Nearly 1/3 of all $250k+ commercial farms have 3 or more decision-makers


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Multiple Decision-makers

Decision-makers of all counts are in farm radio’s ‘database’

$250,000+

Three or More

$40,000-$100,000

Three or More

Two

Two

One

One


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Internet Access and Use

  • Internet use is still limited by access to high-speed connection

    $40,000 - $100,000 GFI:

    • 51.6% use Internet, 15.7% have high-speed

      $100,000 - $250,000 GFI:

    • 62.5% use Internet, 22.1% have high-speed

      $250,000+ GFI:

    • 67.8% use Internet, 33.8% have high-speed


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Site-seeing on the Web

  • 42.6% of all $250k+ producers visit an average of 12.2 sites each week

  • This same group ranks Web site content viewed as follows:

    • Markets, 89.4%

    • Weather, 85%

    • General Farm News, 72.8%


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‘New Media’ Usage

$250,000+

Familiarity with ‘new media’ exists, but is limited

View Blog

Download to iPod or media player

Audio Streaming

All

View Blog

Download to iPod or media player

Audio Streaming


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Broadcaster Loyalty

Among $250k+ producers:

  • 71.8% listen to the same broadcaster for information

  • 70.2% have more trust in the news from their favoritefarm broadcaster (compared to other broadcast sources)


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Key Take-Aways

  • Radio continues to be the dominant medium to reach key high-income producers in agribusiness on a daily basis

  • Internet usage as a source for information is significant; however, usage for audio is light

  • Farm broadcasting delivers a trusted message to decision-making producers!


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