A Steer, is a Bull, is a Cow: Cattle Production Gets Trichy

So I really wish I could embed this video, but ya’ll will have to take a gander on Today’s THV’s website. Can you point out the simple terminology mistake in this report that left me chuckling all afternoon? By the way, steers can’t breed cows. This month after the Arkansas State Vet issued an emergency regulation requiring … Continue reading A Steer, is a Bull, is a Cow: Cattle Production Gets Trichy

10 Ways Biotechnology Improves Our Lives Beyond GMO Crops

Farmers and ranchers are the original environmental stewards. Ever since the earliest days of open range grazing, U.S. Agriculture has been working one on one with our natural resources. There have been a few rough patches through expansion, but we have learned enormous amounts of information about working with an in our environments and that … Continue reading 10 Ways Biotechnology Improves Our Lives Beyond GMO Crops

Ask A Farmer

Have you ever wanted to ask a farmer more about how our food is grown? Do you want to know more about the tools and technologies that are used in farming today? Ask a farmer! If you have a question it is a valid concern. I’ve been involved with Agriculture my entire life and still … Continue reading Ask A Farmer

Back To School – Appreciation For My Experiences

Yep, I’m headed back to school this week, just as I have done for 17 years of my life (geeze… that makes it sound like forever). This time around I’m in Knoxville, Tennessee working on my Master’s in Animal Science, studying Reproduction Physiology – in short, mostly cattle reproduction. Living in a town apartment isn’t … Continue reading Back To School – Appreciation For My Experiences