Trent took his burning desire to stand up for agriculture to Jim Thompson’s radio station in Spearfish, S.D., in May of 2000. He told Jim that he wanted to have his own radio show. Jim laughed and told him, “You and every other American.” With Jim’s mentoring and the guidance of others in the industry, Trent launched his radio career.
Loos Tales first aired on KMZU Radio in Carrolton, Mo., in January of 2001. Since that time, Trent’s radio career has included involvement with Agri-Talk and the Brownfield Network. Loos Tales now airs on over 100 stations across the nation. Trent enjoys meeting and interviewing a diverse group of people in order to keep his show entertaining and educational.
Loos Tales and other audio files are available online in the column to the left or at www.FacesOfAg.com and can be heard daily across the U.S. on many local radio stations.
If you are interested in having Loos Tales air on your local radion station, please contact the radio station or send us the name and contact information of the program director and we will contact them about airing Loos Tales.
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