Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – It’s another episode where we get to celebrate American agriculture!
Rice, along with wheat and maize (corn), is one of the three staple global crops. [READ MORE…]
Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Looking back on the journey that has brought me to sharing over 500 episodes
Looking back on the journey that has brought me to sharing over 500 episodes [READ MORE…]
I’m not sure if it has something to do with my country roots or it is just my DNA, but food is my love language. [READ MORE…]
I thought it would be fun to take a walk down memory lane this week and see where we came from and maybe by the end of the week I will know where we are going. [READ MORE…]
Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – You have no idea about the big surprise you are in for today on Ranch Raised!
Today marks a monumental milestone on the radio airwaves, it is OUR 500th episode of Ranch Raised! [READ MORE…]
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About Karina Jones
Karina ranches with her husband, Marty, and 3 daughters near Broken Bow, NE. She grew up in western NE, with roots also in southwest SD. The cattle industry and raising kids is her passion.
Watching the cattle industry go the path that it has gone, she could no longer sit quietly at home checking cows, fixing fence, and doing all the everyday tasks wondering when some else was going to make it all better. As she became more active and outspoken on industry issues, she was asked to join the R-CALF USA staff in September 2020 as the Checkoff Petition Campaign manager. That position transcended into her current role as full time Field Director for R-CALF USA.
You can hear her almost every Friday on Your Ag Network’s Hot Barn Report that is broadcast on 60 radio stations with coverage in 9 states, where she deep dives into cattle industry issues and highlights R-CALF’s work on industry reforms. Listen to Ranch Raised on a Your Ag Network hometown station or www.youragnetwork.com where she talks about her daily life on the ranch.
Cattle producers are her people. She will meet you at the county fair, at the sale barn, or anywhere the dusty trail leads.