Bryce M. Anderson

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Bryce M. Anderson
Telvent DTN
9110 W Dodge Road
Omaha, NE 68114

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Bryce Anderson, an AMS Member, is a Senior Agriculture Meteorologist for Telvent DTN in Omaha, Nebraska. He combines his expertise in agriculture meteorology and farm reporting to bring in-depth, focused commentary on the top agriculture weather and market developments to Telvent DTN subscribers across the country since 1991. He writes daily weather commentary and in-depth seasonal weather forecast articles for Telvent DTN's digital news services along with the Progressive Farmer magazine. He is also the producer and host of daily Telvent DTN market weather and commentary videos. As a nationally-known agriculture expert, Mr. Anderson is frequently interviewed and quoted by ag radio programs, newspapers and wire services. Additionally, he maintains an active speaking engagement schedule throughout the year. Mr. Anderson was raised on a grain and livestock farm in south-central Nebraska. Prior to joining Telvent DTN, he was in radio and television farm broadcasting and agricultural meteorology at stations in Iowa, Missouri, and Nebraska. He has degrees from the University of Nebraska and Mississippi State University.

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