Successfully helping children one horse at a time.
A Texas Tech Ag Comm alum has great success selling turquoise jewelry.
The Department of Plant and Soil Science continues to provide knowledge, nutrients and a harmonious atmosphere at Texas Tech.
Lindsey Farrell, a senior is passionate about the western industry and her time with the Ranch Horse Team
Lindsay Farrell leads her horse to practice to prepare for their upcoming show.
Lindsey Farrell ties her horse up to the team's winning trailer and prepares for practice.
: Lindsay Farrell shows heart in her team and believes that you can always be better than the day before.
The team works hard every practice to learn and grow in their skills for competition and for life.
Lindsey Farrell rides through the arena admiring the Texas Tech Equestrian Center, looking back at her time here on the team but looking forward to the time she has left.
Justin Stanton works the steer down the fence during practice.
Lindsey Farrell Works her first steer of the practice, inspired by her coach to do her best with the first steer
Dedication is the word that commonly describes the Texas Tech Ranch Horse Team.
CSI lab or aquatic lab? When stepping into Barnes, Ph.D., aquatics lab, it feels as if you’re stepping into a CSI Lab watching students look through microscopes at swabs from drinking glasses and door handles in search of DNA.
From a young age, she knew her passion would eventually lead her career.
There are many different jobs that display agritourism, but few people think of this unique one.
The interior of the Dairy Barn combines innovative redesigns with historic features, such as the original slab of concrete, to accommodate visitors, students, faculty and staff comfortably. On the second floor of the Dairy Barn, just above the elevator is the barns official logo, and past the logo you will see the original wood beams of the ceiling still standing strong. When renovating the barn, designers and staff felt it was important to leave a demonstration of how the barn used to operate with dairy cows inside. Agricultural communication seniors, Lacy Jackson and Trace Ingram, study together in one of the many sitting areas in the barn.
Amidst the hustle and bustle of everyday college life, hundreds of Texas Tech University students pass by the Dairy Barn, unaware of its profound history and present-day purpose. However, 50 years ago, many students’ lives, and educations, depended on the Dairy Barn.
Andrea Glenn models where customers can wait for a dressing room vacancy. The Rusty Rose’s caps reflect western fashion trends. Andrea Glenn prepares her display and greets customers as they enter As Andrea Glenn’s business expands, her boutique will move into a larger location in Plainview, Texas. Earrings and other accessories are very popular at The Rusty Rose.
Reinventing Goodwill purchases with fashionable paint and horse-shaped sponges was the norm for Andrea Glenn in college. Glenn, owner of The Rusty Rose, a southern boutique, always found unique ways to channel her creativity into crafty creations, but she never thought she would carry her creativity into starting her own business.
Their silo allows them to produce silage onsite. Cheese recently joined the portfolio of the Country Store after Michelle joined forces with a fellow vendor at farmer’s market. The original Circle N Dairy farm truck allows customers to see the dairy is a long-standing family tradition. Pictured in the free stall barn, Michelle said their cows have access to the pasture or the barn at all times. The ice cream is made onsite, Michelle said she learned she can buy Butterfinger candy already broken up, eliminating the process to manually break it up. The hands of dairy woman, working to help the older calves make the transition from the bottle to a hay and grain diet. Michelle Neu opens the gate for a group of cows to leave the parlor. Her and her husband complete every morning milking together. Flavored milk is highlight for the younger customers of the dairy, strawberry and chocolate are offered. Gallon jugs are hand labeled and filled daily by student employees before school.
In the small town of Lindsay, Texas, with just a few milking dairies still operating, Circle N Dairy has reinvented the standard for family dairies.
The alarm goes off. Annette swings her feet off the bed and places them into her work shoes. She walks into her kitchen and makes a pot of coffee for her husband Mike. Annette calls for her trusted dog, Jackie, and walks down to her barn. She hears a faint cry in the distance and smiles in relief. As the barn door opens, a new kid goat is spotted laying in the hay.
A horse's eye shows the true feelings of his heart. Cheylin Corman makes a quick stop after roping a steer during practice. Shelby Spielman is not only a successful Texas Tech Rodeo Team member but she also qualified for the Canadian National Finals Rodeo. The bond between Cheylin Corman and her horse is evident in their practice runs.
Members of the Texas Tech Rodeo Team come from all across North America. The rodeo life is part of their heritage and all have the goal to continue building Texas Tech’s legacy.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) partnered with the High Plains Underground Water Conservation […]
Jerod Foster taking photos of an early morning sunrise on the Junction trip this past summer. Photo curtesy of Dylan Lowery.
Jerod Foster will put himself in any situation in order to get the best photo, including climbing in a tree. Photo curtesy of Jason Crites
Jerod Foster with his camera.
Adam Finck, cyclist, sat in for a reActivate20 photoshoot. Photo curtesy of Jerod Foster.
Lauren Finck, runner, sat in for a reActivate20 photoshoot. Photo curtesy of Jerod Foster.
He looks through the lens of his camera, sees his subject, looks back at his camera, changes a few settings and begins to create something special.