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Just a farmer… Just a person…

Today’s thought: Farmers are people too, we enjoy many of the same hobbies as other’s who walk this great earth. We farmers might be small in numbers however mighty in what we provide as nourishment to this world. Yes farmers are humans first and we are emotionally connected to being the best caretaker’s we can be for our great resources in this world.

About raylindairy

Ray is a partner with his parents in Ray-Lin Dairy in Denair, Ca. The operation milks 475 cows and double crops corn & winter forage on 130 of the 240 acres with about 90 acres of pasture. The family also has 1200 ac operation in Klamath Falls OR that raises alfalfa hay, wheat hay, and oat hay. Ray is currently secretary of the Agchat Foundation an entity he helped found whose mission is to empower farmer to use social media. He is currently a on the board of directors of CA Dairy Campaign, Dairy CARES, and is the 2nd Vice-President of Stanislaus County Farm Bureau. He is also a member of the National Dairy Board. In addition to his involvement in agricultural organizations’ he is the Chairperson of the Governance Committee at a newly formed charter school his daughter attends, and serves as a director for the East Stanislaus Resource Conservation District. Ray and his wife Erica live on the dairy with their two children.


4 thoughts on “Just a farmer… Just a person…

  1. I agree with your thoughts Ray! Many people don’t realize the responsibilities of the farmer and their families. Along with the dependency of market conditions, feed and equipment prices, weather conditions (biggy) , they are committed to daily routines that leave little time for themselves! It is hard for farmers to enjoy the luxuries that many others take for granted. I tip my hat to all farmers!! Brad D.

    Posted by Brad Davis | January 10, 2012, 5:35 PM
  2. As a fellow Dairy Producer, kudos to Ray for posting this. Every human needs to know they are appreciated and important in their own little corner of the world. We act accordingly! So thank you to all involved in the Agriculture Industry in these great United States!

    Posted by Connie Seefeldt | January 11, 2012, 7:56 AM

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