Month: February 2015

Pick Up Your Trash For The Sake of Runners and Livestock

When was the last time you threw a piece of trash out the window of your vehicle? Or tossed trash in the pickup bed, knowing well it would blow out down the highway? When was the last time you picked up the trash out of a roadside ditch? I know all too well that I’m […]

Visiting San Antonio, the Alamo, and a busy Cattle Industry Convention

In my last blog post, I started a conversation about this month’s trip to San Antonio, but got side tracked with other issues surrounding life now and clouding my vision. So today, we look at the fun about the travel. Despite having lived in the Lone Star state, I had never made the trip to […]

Perspectives Divide and Offer Opportunity for Growth

Growing up in Arkansas, the cattle business was fairly lax when it came to politics, environmental concerns, and general camaraderie of the industry. Moving to Montana has given me a few new perspectives on things. Earlier this month, I traveled to San Antonio for work at the annual Cattle Industry Convention. This was their largest […]

Winter Running, Audio Books, Better Eating

We’ve been really lucky in Montana as far as winter weather goes. Or unlucky, depending on your perspective. February has been on track to be the warmest ever for Helena, 13 degrees above average. This’ll be only the 3rd day this month we’ve remained below freezing and we’ve had several days near or above 60. […]

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