Release date: 2/22/2018
Spring is just around the corner and for those of us involved in agriculture, it spawns new hope for the coming year. Spring brings life to the farm and boosts our attitude to see new growth and to have more daylight hours to accomplish our daily work.
About the Author:
Joe Myers is a member of the Central Kentucky Ag Credit Board of Directors. He is originally from Montgomery County, and currently lives on a Mercer County farm maintaining 65 purebred Angus cows. From this herd they market purebred bulls, females and embryos throughout the year. The Myers family has marketed purebred Angus genetics since the 1960s in 38 different states and three foreign countries. On the topic of herd bull selection, Joe knows what he’s talking about. Joe is currently a consultant and sire analyst for Select Sires, Inc. and travels the United States to identify, purchase and lease bulls to enter the artificial insemination industry.
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