Aljoe serves as the director of producer relations, providing oversight to the consultation and education programs for producers in the Southern Great Plains. He is also a pasture and range consultant. Aljoe joined the Noble Research Institute in 1995.
Before coming to the Noble Research Institute in 1995, Aljoe was the ranch manager of Belvedere Land & Cattle Corp. for 10 years. He supervised the growth of the ranch from a small 450-acre, 150-head purebred ranch into an extensive 3,900-acre, 1,500-head purebred and commercial cow-calf operation. Forage resources were predominantly introduced bermudagrass pastures (overseeded to ryegrass) that were managed using adaptive multi-paddock grazing.
Collaborator with the Great Plains Grazing CAP grant
Project Title: Resilience and vulnerability of beef cattle production in the Southern Great Plains under changing climate, land use and markets
Source: National Institute for Food and Agriculture
Term: Feb. 2, 2015 to Feb. 15, 2017