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Facebook: Jordan Pool Farms Our Farm: beef cattle, cotton My Work: farmer, wife My Hobbies: backpacking, cooking, hiking, watching movies, traveling, photography Ask Me About: local and organic foods, animal antibiotics, hormones in meat and milk, family farms About Me: We love living on our farm and caring for the land and our cattle.I appreciate that people have questions about where their food comes from and how it’s grown.I love to share the hard work, education, technology and research that goes into family farms like ours with others.We expose our children to as much of the farming operation as we can.Everything we have and do has been built from the ground up.For example, we moved onto a boat and then a bus in order to rent out our home to help with the start-up funds for our farm.We are blessed to watch our crops, cattle, sheep and children grow in an agriculture-rich environment.Our Farm: beef cattle, corn, cotton, oats, sorghum, vegetables, wheat My Work: farmer, wife, mom My Hobbies: baking, cooking, movies, photography, running Ask Me About: animal welfare, farm ownership, sustainability About Me: I refer to myself as a farm girl by accident.
On our farm, we are first-generation farmers, with registered Red Angus cattle and honey bees.
I love advocating for agriculture through our local farm bureau, and I also serve on the board for South Texas Country Elevator Association.
Our Farm: beef cattle, corn, sheep, sorghum, wheat My Work: farmer, wife, mom, teacher My Hobbies: baking, traveling, writing, reading, running, hiking, fitness, photography Ask Me About: biotechnology, sustainability and conservation, animal care, family farms About Me: My husband and I purchased our farm in 2015.
Our Farm: beef cattle, corn, cotton, oats, peanuts, sorghum, wheat My Work: farmer, wife, mom, speech therapist My Hobbies: arts and crafts, baking, cooking, overall fitness, photography, running Ask Me About: animal welfare, GMO foods, sustainability About Me: I grew up as a farmer/rancher’s daughter.
Growing up, we were given responsibility, which made me think farming was the last thing I wanted to do as an adult.