While not a true Arizona native, I do have deep roots in the valley. I spent most of... more
While not a true Arizona native, I do have deep roots in the valley. I spent most of my childhood growing up on my grandfathers dairy farm in the West Valley. Before I was old enough to go to school, I wasirrigating crops,feeding calves, treating sick animals, and helping with any chore that needed to be done around the dairy. Not only did these responsibilities provide a good outlet for all my... view profile
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