Month: October 2011

Happy Halloween

It’s All-Hallows-Eve and the critters will be out and about later tonight. I really don’t have much of a sweet tooth, so you could give me a bowl of candy and it would go stale before I ate much of it. As I look back at the many costumes I wore as a kid, I […]

Chicken Fried Steak Equals Comfort Food

Yeah, I think that title pretty much hits it dead on. Last week, I was rambling around the kitchen, found my favorite Trail Boss’ Cowboy Cookbook, and made what I consider a pretty decent excuse for chicken fried steak and skillet gravy. It’s the kinda meal that Hits. The. Spot. if ya know what I […]

Cattleman’s Prayer

Cattleman’s Prayer Now O Lord, please lend thine ear,The prayer of the Cattleman to hear;No doubt many prayers to the seem strange,But won’t you bless our cattle range? Bless the round-up year by yearAnd don’t forget the growing steer;Water the land with brooks and rillsFor my cattle that roam a thousand hills. Now, O Lord, […]

Never Stop Serving

If you have been following my posts, you’ll know that I moved to Tennessee in September with intentions to begin graduate school in January. In the mean time, I’m working on the Middle Tennessee research station and getting to know my adviser who is an Extension Beef Specialist with UT. We’ve been getting some good […]

Country Classroom in Maury County Tennessee

Today is World Food Day: My daily work involves production agriculture, bringing food from pasture to plate. Part of my work includes sharing my passion of cattle production with others who may not have that opportunity on a daily basis. Learn more about Agvocacy efforts throughout my blog. Thank a farmer for the food on […]

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