Matt is the newest member of the aginfo team joining our company in May 2015. He is also our youngest, a 2012 graduate of the University of Idaho. Most recently Matt worked in the business department of the renowned Walla Walla Art Foundery helping some of the world's most ambitious artists like Dale Chihuly and Deborah Butterfield turn their complicated concepts into art, a position that required intense planning, management, team work and communication skills on Matt's behalf to locate, schedule and track the production of the metals, natural materials and synthetics that became priceless art. Growing up in a farming and ranching community in Northern Idaho Matt spent summers competing at high school and college rodeos in tie-down and team roping and at sanctioned rodeos with his brothers and father. On most summer weekends you will still find Matt in a roping arena, training horses or being a tough competitor on the NW Rodeo circuit. Matt earned money for college working at a prestigious western horse training facility where he found he not only had a gift for training horses but also the ability to relate to a host of different people from clients, staff even renowned trainers like Clinton Anderson who would visit for clinics. Matt shares His passion for western agriculture and the cowboy way of life on air and with everyone he meets.