March 8th in National Agriculture Day, which also begins the 3rd year of my blogging efforts for Agriculture Proud. To celebrate I have some things in the works, but I need your help. The first thing I need a hand with is photos. What makes you think of the diversity of Agriculture? Modern agriculture covers … Continue reading Photo Contest – Agriculture Proud
This weekend I had a wonderful opportunity to travel to Louisville, Kentucky as part of the HayTalk team for the 47th annual National Farm Machinery Show. To sum it all up: lots of equipment. Entirely TOO MANY people. Tired feet. But it was a lot of fun and there were lots of things to see. … Continue reading National Farm Machinery Show
Life back in college is a bit different from waking on the ranch every morning. I've made a change from being on the go every day when I climb out of bed, to sitting in an office reading, writing, and waiting to bang my head on the wall when I am utterly confused by class … Continue reading Studying Cattle From Inside And Out
Questions of Science. Science through Progress. Nobody said it was easy. I'm going back to the start. Boy ole Willy Nelson sure knows how to strike a chord with a song of emotion. Sunday night's Grammy awards broadcast included a Chipotle commercial featuring their Food With Integrity Campaign and a slogan of Cultivating a better … Continue reading Back To The Start – Chipotle Ad Draws Controversy
A few weeks ago I was packing for my trip to Cattlemen's Convention, which includes ironing out the jeans and shirts. I'm usually one to take em to the cleaners for a heavy starch, but doing it at home is a bit more budget friendly these days. I tweeted something about the jeans not fitting … Continue reading Why Is It Weird To Iron My Jeans?
Well it's once again Wednesday and we need a few Texas Country tunes to get us through the week. This week I'm going a little more outlaw country with a band that is well-recognized on the Texas tour circuit, and I found em by word of mouth. Now I can't stop singing about that Rock … Continue reading Texas Country Wednesday – Eleven Hundred Springs
Last thing I need is another pretty girl who just wants to have fun.but when he read what she wrote that is when he said to himself, this one's the oneI love fast cars slow kisses, John Wayne movies and I don't line dance,I wanna fall in love wanna waltz across Texas, I'm looking for a good ole' … Continue reading Happy Single’s Awareness Day
As I was about ready to walk out the door last Friday, the TODAY Show aired a segment on Valentine's Day meals. What was the centerpiece for this meal? Why it was BEEF of course! The recipe for Rib eye steaks with smokey arrabiata sauce sure looked tasty, but I could go without the sauce. February … Continue reading Time To Celebrate Heart Healthy Beef!
Seems like it's that time of year. Every time it rolls around my bank account gets a little bit smaller. If you're like me, by the time February blows in, so do the membership renewals. The Cattlemen's Assoc wants their $50. National Cattlemen's wants another $50. Farm Bureau needs their $35 and the University Alumni … Continue reading Why Renew Your Membership?
I've been adding to my enormous book shelf lately. My pile of books to be read seems to be really catching up with me since I have started back into classes.I've always been a John Grisham fan (own every single one of his books) so it was really hard for me to wait til Christmas … Continue reading Book Review: The Litigators by John Grisham