Bob Bosold

bosoldThe Voice of Agriculture in Western and Central Wisconsin, he built a career of over 30 years in radio broadcasting on a single focus: serving the rural, agricultural community with energy and dedication. He began his career as a student intern and part-time host on Wisconsin Public Radio in 1974. He joined WAXX/WAYY in Eau Claire in 1976 as a farm reporter and became Farm Director for those stations in 1984. He regularly traveled to all 30 counties in the WAXX/WAYY listening area to listen, learn and broadcast live to the agricultural community. He has been honored with distinguished service and special recognition awards by numerous organizations including the UW-Madison and UW-River Falls Colleges of Agriculture, the Wisconsin Natural Resources Conservation Service, Wisconsin Soil & Water Conservation Society, and the federal Farm Services Agency. He received Honorary degrees from both the State of Wisconsin and National Future Farmers of America and the National Association of Farm Broadcasters named him their Most Outstanding Farm Broadcaster in America in 2002.

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  1. Great guy does a lot for farmers, all people

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