Month: May 2012

Dry Conditions Drying Up Business for Cattle Farmers

Watch out! I HERD on the news tonight that my dad “spends his life surrounded by these beautiful females!” Haha, no he’s not in trouble, but my dad was featured on the Little Rock ABC news tonight in a story featuring the struggles cattle farmers are having with recent and long-term dry weather conditions. Be […]

Memorial Day – America The Beautiful

Happy Memorial Day folks. It’s a day set aside in the U.S. to remember the folks who have fought for our freedom.  Since the days of the Revolutionary War, young men and women have been fighting for the country that we call home. Many have come home to see their families while others sacrificed their […]

Bright opportunity for the millennial generation

I recently had the opportunity to write a Feature for Progressive Cattlemen Magazine as a part of their series featuring the younger generation in Agriculture. Be sure to finish reading the article via the link below and let me know what you think! — My generation is what some call “Millennials.” We are a generation […]

Video: Time Out In The Pasture

How can one resist this scene? I’m sitting in a pasture, over looking fields of fescue, wheat, and young corn. Cows are grazing in a pasture over. There’s a thunderstorm rolling in from the North and a faint rainbow straight ahead. That’s why I love Sitting in the Pasture!It sure as heck beats the concrete […]

Agriculture Proud in Lexington, Kentucky

Why are you Agriculture Proud? While at this week’s Alltech Symposium I had the opportunity to share a little about my blog and many great farmers featured during the March series. View the post on Alltech’s website. It was great to feature so many farmers and ranchers from across the United States, however, our world […]

Alltech Annual International Symposium | #AgFuture

I’m on the road again this week, in Lexington, Kentucky. Many know Lexington for the University of Kentucky Wildcat Basketball or the legendary horse racing and extremely nice barns that dot the rolling green hills. Some may even know Eastern Kentucky for its trail of Bourbon Distilleries. Lexington is also home to Alltech – a […]

AgProud: Kentucky Farm Mom Wanda Quiggins

Ask someone involved in farming and agriculture what is most important to them. Likely, most of those responses will include family. Wanda Quiggins, 4th generation beef and tobacco farm mom, takes a moment to share why she is proud to be a part of Agriculture and why youth involvement and agriculture education is so important. […]

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