I have always had a passion for learning and trying new things. As a young kid I loved sports, music, and space. When I realized that being an astronomer wasn’t a great family-focused career, I switched the telescope for a microscope and instantly fell in love. I got a BS in Agronomy from BYU-Idaho and spent 2 grad years at the Kansas State University in Agronomy. I came full circle back to the family farm which was Huma. When I took my 6 years of Agronomy studies and then learned all about humates (Micro Carbon Technology and Humic and Fulvic Acids), I realized I truly love what I do. I have a strong desire to help people and most importantly – farmers. I aspire to be one someday. In the meantime, I have an ever-growing garden, an awesome family with my wife and 4 young kids. In my free time I enjoy reading books, playing board games, and being at home with my family. If I ever retire from the agriculture world, you’ll find me as an old geezer playing the piano in an airport.