About Me

A place for a little bit of everything! The cattle & coffee blog is your one-stop-shop for serious conversations about agriculture and the not quite so serious struggles of a girl just recently out of college. If you like to travel, eat food, use planners or you thrive on caffeine, then you should definitely stick around.

I want you to have fun, ask questions and be inspired. You wouldn't be here if you weren't curious. Okay, maybe you're just searching for something on Google or you happen to be related to me, but either way, you are here because you want to know something! I wouldn't be blogging if I didn't have my own questions, experiences or ideas. I am here because I want to share my story with you and I want to help you find an answer!

Okay, but who am I?

My name is Sheradan and I grew up in Indiana. Contrary to popular belief, I didn't grow up surrounded by cornfields or have the luxury of living the farm life. Instead, I found my passion for agriculture by joining 4-H and eventually realizing I wanted to show beef cattle. I traded my softball cleats for show boots and now it is my goal to travel the world, become an author and help other agriculturalists share their own stories. I also have a terrible habit of making very specific plans. About five years ago, I was going to be a USDA food production veterinarian and work at a slaughterhouse. Hah!

I graduated from Purdue University in May 2019 with a degree in Agricultural Communication and minors in Animal Science and Creative Writing. Since graduating, I've relocated to Oregon with a great guy named Tyler and found a part-time job at a winery. I have a lot of interests and an even longer to-do list. My Passion Planner keeps me sane, social media keeps me busy and I am constantly wanting to learn and experience more so I can grow as an individual and professional. 

Basically, I am a "new adult" learning to navigate finances, family and career goals. If you really want to get to know me, let's talk about beef cattle, sustainability and social media over some mocha lattes. 


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