Currently the Ag Director of the Northern Ag Network, Colter Brown began his broadcast career in 2009 as a summer intern for its parent company, the Northern Broadcasting System. Raised in Huntley, Montana, Brown graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman with degrees in Agricultural Business and Economics. Upon graduating from MSU, Colter was employed for Northwest Farm Credit Services as an Agricultural Loan Officer, where he spent 5 years working with producers who raised cattle, small grains, pulse crops, and sugar beets throughout Eastern Montana.
In 2017, Colter joined the Northern Ag Network and today he leads a team of farm broadcasters that produce 15 daily radio and television programs, providing ag news and market programs for a network of over 60 Affiliated Stations in Montana, Wyoming and the western Dakotas. Colter volunteers on the board of directors for the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity – Alpha Delta Alumni Association, as well as for Montana Range Days, the state’s largest rangeland education program.
Colter, his wife Kayla and two sons Owen and Hudson live in Laurel, Montana, and stay active with their own small herd of cattle as part of his family’s cow-calf operation at Sand Springs, Montana.