Destiny is not a matter of chance, it's a matter of choice, it is not something to be wished for, it is something to be attained.
—William Jennings Bryan
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In the future we hope this might become a virtual coffee shop where you can discuss issues with like-minded producers!
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3 Day Marketing and Stockmanship School!
Special thanks to Mom for coming along with us with Dolly and to Tom and Trina for setting up the school.
One thing Richard and I have noticed is that, after every stockmanship/marketing school, we turn to each other and say, “that was the BEST school ever!” I told Mom this, and she said she and Dad always said the same thing too! It’s such a wonderful thing for Richard and I to be able to travel around and put on these schools which attract the BEST of the BEST in agriculture! Sharing information with these forward-thinking people is extremely satisfying for us, and hopefully for them too.
Special thanks to TomKat Ranch for bringing us in to hold a one day stockmanship school here today near Pescadero, CA.
We attended the 2014 Grassfed Exchange conference in Columbia, MO Wednesday through Friday. What an excellent line-up of farm tours on Wednesday and speakers on Thursday and Friday! Here’s some photos from the farm tours.
Greg Judy telling the crowd what we would see at his farm tour.
Jan Judy told us about their sheep operation.
One of the Judy Farm interns described his hog project.
Then we walked out in the field to listen to Greg talk about how he grazes his cow herd.
Richard and I enjoyed presenting to the very interested Vet School students.
Thanks to Jeremia for taking these photos of both Richard and I!