Year: 2012

I always give God the glory. I never question why things happen the way they do. God is in control of my life, and I know that if nothing else, I am standing on the Rock. (ref. Isaiah 26:4) — Colt McCoy

NYE: My Wishes for 2013

Here it is, New Year’s Eve, and I’m sitting in a cold, empty office, sipping on hot coffee, trying to read through some more papers. There’s a lot of work ahead in 2013. It’ll take a little support and encouragement from those working around and with me. My wishes for 2013 are… Motivation and focus […]

My highlight of 2012: CNN Eatocracy

The comment that started it all: I’m from a family farm with cattle, horses, and on occasion a few pigs, chickens for our own freezer. I’ve also worked in large cattle feedlots in different parts of the country. Farmers (both large and small) I’ve worked with all care about providing a quality life for their […]

2012 Agriculture Proud in review

2012 has been a successful year, by my measures, on this blog. With more than 450 blog subscribers and more than 10,000 followers on other social media pages, I am more than biting at the bit to return to my regular blogging efforts in 2013. Graduate school and research comes first though. 2012 Blog Summary […]

Arkansas White Christmas

Well Christmas turned out pretty swell. Christmas Eve was our traditional family get together with the aunt and uncle where we had mexican food and played quelf until we were sore from laughing. Christmas Day the family got up early opened gifts and got ready to head to the grandparents. It’s weird having all of […]

White Christmas in Arkansas with the family [Video]

I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas this week with lots of food, family, and friends! I traveled home to Arkansas to spend the week with family and ended up seeing a VERY White Christmas. We had about a foot of snow at the house and 6-8 inches of snow with quite a […]

Ag Proud Outsider

    Native Kansan with a passion for K-State, agriculture, rodeo and free speech. Two-time K-State alumna with a background in animal science, rodeo and some livestock production combined with a tremendous love for writing and communicating. I find joy in the simple things: college sports, hot chocolate, ‘me time’ and a close circle of […]

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