I can't believe I made it!Three years ago, I created my LinkedIn account. It was a timid first step into the professional world and a door to the next upcoming years as a student at The Ohio State University. Just yesterday, I hit a milestone I had been yearning since "completing" my first profile on … Continue reading Why Should You Be Linked In? The Deeper Meaning Behind 500+ Connections.
http://treetpee.com/My mom likes to send me emails of things I should have seen in the news or forwards that will give me a good laugh. One email she sent me today was more impactful than that. It was an article written by Farm and Dairy about the Tree T-Pee.If you have ever watched ABC's Shark … Continue reading Can you invent something like the Tree T-Pee? Only if you have a heart like Johnny.
As you may have seen in my previous posts, many of the stops we made in New Zealand were agriculturally based. I certainly did mind this, having a livestock interest. But those were not the only kinds of places we went to study human and animal interactions.In the states, I know I love to visit … Continue reading Exploring the Wildlife in New Zealand. Are they really wild?
Humans do not like to talk about death. No one looks at it gracefully, even though everyone and everything experiences it. In the animal industry, it is also looked down upon. I'm not just referring to euthanasia for overpopulated animal shelters putting to sleep puppies and kittens. I'm talking about harvesting livestock for food consumption.I … Continue reading You’re Killing Me… Humanely?
The U.S. is overpopulated with deer. These wild animals have a tendency of running out into the middle of a country road or being hunted by sportsmen and sportswomen in the fall and winter seasons. In New Zealand, there is a different market for the lean mammals.Don answers questions about raising his trophy deer.The OSU … Continue reading Oh Deer! A New Zealand Niche Market.