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Gig Em Aggies?

Anybody else a part of this aTm cult? Just kidding.. I went to SMU so we had nowhere near the tradition that aTm has, so you can say I am a little jealous. One thing aTm and SMU both gave us was a great experience, but it definitely didn't teach us the learning blocks of how to go the extra mile. I believe hard work ethic is taught at a young age and growing up in a ranching family, both Garrett and I learned quickly. If you haven't had a chance to read our bio you can find it here, but for you others who have i'll keep this long story short. Garrett knew he wanted to be a rancher since he was tiny. Me on the other hand took towards sports, but either way or whichever direction we went we did it with 110% of our effort. You can say we both succeeded and now work together with the backing of our husband and girlfriend. Garrett graduated from aTm with an Ag Business Degree. Not that he needed it since he has been raising cattle with our dad who learned from his dad who learned from our great grandpa… Let’s just say you are in good hands when you purchase our 4th generation beef.


As you can see with the picture above we aren’t scared to get a little dirty. This is a 24/7 job. Not a typical 9-5 that you can slack on. If you do, you end up with busted pipes and broken fences.

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