I'm happy to announce that I have accepted a position with the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Georgia in Athens and will be moving there around the end of July! I will certainly miss my colleagues at A&M, but I believe this is the best move for me professionally and for my family. 

My responsibilities will be primarily in livestock extension, but I'll also teach one course per year. I look forward to working with my extension, research, and teaching colleagues in the department and with the animal science, agronomy, veterinary medicine, and other scientists for the benefit of Georgia's livestock producers, the University, and the rest of the state.

I currently serve as an Assistant Professor and Extension Economist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Texas A&M University System.
My educational programs and applied research are focused primarily in the Texas Coastal Bend region.
My current educational efforts are primarily in the areas of market outlook, agricultural policy, and farm and ranch financing decisions.
My research interests include regulatory policy analysis, farm and ranch finance, analysis of South Texas beef cattle markets, and downside business risk in farms and cooperatives.

On this website you can find information about me and my educational and research efforts. 
Please feel free to browse. I can be reached via the Contact page.