Signing Off The Airwaves | VideoCliff Naylor | 11/5/2012
"The things I remember most is the relationships with farmers and ranchers out there, and now with their children who have taken over the farm or ranch, and those kinds of things are really meaningful," Gustin said.
The ag reporting Al has done since 1968 is also meaningful to his audience.
"You`re so used to hearing him, he`s been there forever."
Wade Staigle is just one of the farmers who`s going to miss hearing Al Gustin`s voice.
"In the wintertime when we`re feeding cattle and every morning you hear him and you look forward to what`s gong to be coming up throughout the day."
Many farmers like Leonard Meduna can`t imagine radio without Al.
"It will be different," he said.
Life will be different for Al as well.
"I`ll still be busy, there`s no doubt about that, theres the ranch and hobbies and I`ve got children and grandchildren that need visiting. I`ve got projects around the house and yard that need attention, so staying busy is not going to be a problem," he said.
Al`s final day on the radio will be November 30.