Month: May 2011

Sounds of Summer

Memorial Day! This week marks the start of summer as well as hay season here on the ranch. We’ll start laying grass on the ground and with temps this week in the middle 90s (heat indexes nearing the century mark) it’ll cure pretty quick. The cows are pretty content, so I had the opportunity to […]

2 Hours a Week

2 hours a week. Reading God’s Word. 17 minutes 8.5 seconds each day. 7 days per week. It’s the story of the woman at the well. David and Goliath. The message of Habakkuk. Creation and the fall of man. It’s the story of Joseph. Psalm 1-3. It’s the sermon on the mount in 2 days. […]

My, The Times How They Are a Changing

Every time you turn around seems like things in food production are changing. Somebody’s sold out the cow herd and there sits and empty pasture, and the neighbors change-up the crops they are raising. I received the most kind letter from an 87-year-old farmer in Chico,  California yesterday and his story is a prime example of how […]

Sharing My Passion With New Mexico FFA Students

Nothing but my best. Last week I told you about my trip to New Mexico where I had the opportunity to teach elementary and middle school youth about Agriculture. During this trip I also had the privilege of being the FFA banquet guest speaker. Even though this was a first for me, I had to […]

Agriculture Advocacy in Estancia New Mexico

This week I had the awesome opportunity to travel to Estancia, New Mexico to share my love for Agriculture with more than 600 students and parents. I love traveling West to see the wide open ranch country, changing terrain, and discovering new places, and what better opportunity than a chance to inspire others to learn […]

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