Blu Harms established himself as one of the most respected cattlemen and hay farmers in the area at a young age and continues to grow a reputation of honesty, hard work, and a fun-loving personality. With many years of showing experience and a multigenerational background in cattle and farming he has developed a keen eye for raising industry leading cattle. Above all- his love for these creatures shine in the care his program has for every mama cow, heifer, and bull resulting in the consistent quality you see. When it comes to growing hay and maintaining property, he is second to none. He knows not only the hours it takes to get the job done right, but the methods, products, and equipment needed to maximize the property. Just a few minutes with Blu and you will be confident in knowing you are in the company of a man who works hard, but has a good time no matter what he is doing!
Josey Lynn has worked throughout her life to become one of the most diversely accomplished horsewomen in the country. She has traveled to most of the United States performing as a trick and fancy rider, won awards in multiple genres of riding, worked with nearly every major trick riding group in the country, and paid for most of her college education with her accolades from horses and 4-H animals. She credits the many friends and experiences that she has across the country to her reputation of hard work and humility. Her knowledge and passion for all things western can be seen in all aspects of her life from the clothing she designs to the joy she finds in cleaning stalls and feeding cattle in the dead of winter. Josey Lynn has a truly unique life and loves to use her experiences to encourage and teach others and help them achieve their own goals- in any 'arena' of life.
Career highlights include 4x Parker Co. Champion Dairy Heifer, multiple time Showmanship Champion, best Fit cattle award.
He studied at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX before transferring to Oklahoma State Horseshoeing School in Purcell, OK. He quickly grew a successful farrier business and became one of the most respected and sought after farriers in North Texas. Although he has backed away from the industry he continues to have clients come to him for his exceptional care of their horses.
Josey Lynn joined the ranks of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Assoc. at the age of 9, being the youngest member at that time. She has always been involved in rodeo, participating in Jr. Rodeo and working five events by the time she competed in High School Rodeo. She was Miss Redding Rodeo in 2004, Miss Grand National in 2008, won the accompanying horsemanship awards, Miss Rodeo CA 2nd Runner Up, Reserve Horsemanship winner for MRC, and won state titles in CSHA Horse Masters competition in gymkhana, western, and English. Josey was a very active and accomplished 4H member, achieving the highest county rank of All Star. She also worked to obtain her Pharmacy Technician License, AA in general studies, and a BA in Organizational Leadership from Simpson Christian University in Redding, CA.