Tag: Road Trip

#TeamBeef at Ragnar Relay Napa Valley

I’m an aspiring runner. There was one day in high school where I ran a mile in 6:30 and that’s likely as fast as I’ll ever be. I don’t run marathons, and a 10k is a comfortable distance for me right now. In all reality, I hate running and push myself out of bed each […]

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8 days in France – A new cultural, food, wine and travel experience

Last week, I had a great opportunity to make my first trip overseas and (with the exception of occasional wi-fi) unplug from the world of communication and social media. I took an entire week of vacation (completely new concept to me) for a trip to France to attend the 2014 Alltech Global Beef and Dairy […]

#BigSkyMove – Cross Country Trip – Part 2

Make sure to catch up on the first half of the #BigSkyMove drive in the previous post. Now, picking up right where I left off… The next two days’ drives would be the longest of the trip. Not necessarily by mileage, but I enjoyed the view along the way. It was cooling off and cloudy […]

#BigSkyMove – Cross-Country Road Trip – Part 1

Well, if you haven’t figured it out already, I finally made it to Helena, Montana. I’ve already spilled the beans on one brief exploration. #BigSkyMove was a success, but I still consider it a continual process as this Southerner learns his lessons in Big Sky Country. Launching point from home in Pleasant Plains, Arkansas The trip […]

Diversity in Forage Management

Remember the cross-country trip I took late this past summer? It was 2,600 miles filled with fun and new experiences. More importantly, it was a great experience to learn more about diversity in forage management from producers across the country. No matter the environment in, no one style of management fits every farm or ranch. […]

Road Trip Turns Into Agriculture Education

I’m not sure about you, but to me ‘normal’ Agriculture is what I grew up around. In Arkansas we have fishing and chickens. There’s rice fields and soybeans. We have timber harvest and small herds of cattle. That’s just what I’m familiar with. But after finishing high school I took the opportunity to explore other […]

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