Split Rail Winery owner Jed Glavin talks about the background that contributed to his success. I grew up on a farm south of Twin Falls, out on the Salmon track close to Hollister, Idaho, pretty far out there, my dad was a bean farmer when I was a kid. I have always been connected to agriculture or at least to the idea of agriculture so I miss being out in the field and feel the whole farming mentality. The little bit of time that we get to spend in the vineyards with the grapes gives me that release. What is your day job? I work for an engineering company and we do urban planning so I work with a lot of engineers and do city design and city planning, we do some sustainable design and lead building certification so we are trying to we are trying to create more efficient buildings. So a typical farm kid where you grow up with good morals and a good work ethic. We see that with 4-H kids and FFA kids end up being very productive citizens and I think it is tied to being on a farm. Would you say that describe your background? I think that is a great summary. I grew up on a farm with a lot of farm kids and all of them, I totally agree with what you are saying, they have a very strong work ethic and are willing to get out there with a shovel and dig a hole if they have to or whatever else. I have my day job but I sit at my desk and I think the winery is actually an outlet for me to get out into the field and do some hard labor which I kind of miss on a day-to-day basis.