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The Summer of a Lifetime

I started off the summer more than 1,200 miles away from home, not knowing a single soul in Oklahoma. I am completing my final week at Noble with eight great new friends and countless mentors and contacts.

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Capitol State of Mind

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Reagan National Airport. Local time is 2:33 p.m., and the temperature is 78 degrees. On behalf of American Airlines and the entire crew, I’d like to thank you for...
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Keep your toes on the line

After an all too eventful expedition to the faraway land of Texas, the team felt that a reprieve from any similar action was necessary.
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Florida, more than a vacation

Fellow Ag Scholar Garth Gatson, agricultural consultant Clay Wright and I left the Noble Research Institute at 5 a.m., Monday, July 13, for Dallas to board a plane bound for the beautiful sunshine state.

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From beginning to end

On June 22 and 23, Abby, Kalyn and I were lucky to have the opportunity to attend a meeting of the Livestock Marketing Information Center in Oklahoma City.
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Oh, the places you'll go

I had never left northwest Arkansas and my family for the summer before, but I felt comfortable knowing I was coming to the Noble Research Institute, which is known for its family-oriented workplace.

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Going "Nuts"

Growing up in southwest Oklahoma, I had little appreciation for pecans. My grandparents have a few trees on their place, and I remember them gathering pecans for Thanksgiving pecan pie when I was a child, but overall my perception of the industry was that it was small, perhaps nonexistent.

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The Natural Science of Artful Grazing

Aghast and jaws dropped, Livestock Consultant Bryan Nichols, Seth Pratt and I watched a set of two calves disappear over the hill into the next grazing paddock accompanied by the heart-dropping sounds of stretching fence and popping insulators. Such was the situation as we attempted to herd the calves into their designated grazing pen for the grazing research project.

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