Kaytlin and Ag
"So of course I was in 4H, showing and horse stuff. I showed cattle when I was younger and then I just love Ag, so I decided to travel the world. I found a little bit more about it in other places. I went to Norway and ended up traveling all over Europe after that learning about Ag. I found out they do things differently than we do and it was a really eye-opening experience. When I came back, I didn't just want to just go to business school, I wanted to be a part of Ag forever. I started going to school and that where I met Dale and that's how I became part of Spring Cove ranch. Then during all of that, I found that in Coronavirus there wasn't a good supply of beef so I started my own business selling beef from producer to consumer. So that a little bit of my background and why it's what I've done in Farm Bureau.
And the new president says she loves working with Ag people.
"It's very different. I think the people in Ag have a different kind of work ethic. We will all sit there and talk about work. If you hang out with your friends and have things done, everyone is going to help you with that project. It's not just a one-person project in Ag, it's a whole community. Its what so great about Ag, there's always someone out there for you. You can call anyone at any time and they can call you and that's one of the best things about being in Ag," said Abrahamson.
Kayt Abrahamson, a hard-working rancher and the new Gooding-Lincoln Farm Bureau President.