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Contact the BARN

If you are interested in visiting with Brian Allmer on any of the following BARN Services:

  • Advertising – Either OnAir or OnLine or BOTH – I can e-mail you a rate package
  • WebCasting your event – CLICK HERE to view the BARN Webcast Page
  • Interviews – Ag or High School Sports Related
  • Permission to use BARN Ag Audio Reports on your Station – There is no fee…find out more – e-mail me

If you would like to call the BARN’s Studio Number is

  • 970-656-3489
  • Best times to call are between the hours of 8am – NOON and 2pm – 5pm Monday – Friday
  • Please e-mail me first to set up a recording time.

You can also e-mail me @ the following address:

I look forward to hearing from you…and finding out how the BARN can help your business!

-Brian Allmer

Host & Owner of the BARN – the Brian Allmer Radio Network

8 Responses to “Contact the BARN”

  1. Raymond Mowery said

    Hi Brian, If you don’t remember, I am the District Conservationist for NRCS in Greeley. I just wanted to say thank you from all of the NRCS staff. You did a great job interviewing the Price Family at the Stock Show. I thing all of the NRCS staff in northern listened to it.

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  3. Keith Roberts said

    I am currently in the process of converting some wheat ground to no-til. I need custom wheat drilling by a farmer set up to no-til.. It is 320 acres that has heavy residue (mowed and chopped) and needs to have fertilizer applied in one pass. The ground is 6 miles west of Ault just off Hwy 14. It needs to be drilled early, before Sept 1. If you could steer someone my way, I would appreciate it.

  4. Will Spears said

    2nd Show was 30-seconds long

  5. michael said

    hi brian,

    not sure if you’re aware of events in colorado’s north fork valley, in delta county. the BLM has proposed leases on 30,000 acres for gas drilling / hydraulic fracking in the watershed that supplies irrigation to all the valley farms, ranches, and vineyards – almost all of which are certified organic. by all accounts, there is nearly unanimous opposition to the leases throughout the valley population, based primarily on concerns about groundwater contamination. state law seems to preempt any county or municipal regulations governing oil/gas drilling. i would imagine this is an issue that would be of concern to all farmers and ranchers statewide. i respectfully suggest you give this issue some coverage. many thanks!

    here is a website with more information:

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