Les Nunn - University of Idaho Extension
- Livestock day camps increase industry understanding
- Beef producers in eastern Idaho learn new management practices
- Workshop teaches consumers why beef should be what’s for dinner
- Managers gain insight into creating healthy and productive grazing systems
- Beef cattle producers learn improved stockmanship skills to increase profits
- Agriculture technology boot camp launching food producers into the future
- Idaho Ag Outlook seminars empower producers in decision making
Les received his bachelor’s from the University of Idaho and master's in ranch management from the King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management, Texas A&M University - Kingsville. He has been involved in the ranching industry throughout his life and he thrives on seeing ranches implementing progressive and innovative ideas that improve the bottom line.
Les has been married to his wife Hollis for 18 years. They have one son and four daughters. They enjoy working and recreating together, which generally means, working and recreating in an agricultural setting. They enjoy focusing on stockmanship as a way to increase profitability, animal well-being and quality of life. In their spare time they ride and train horses, rope and work their stockdogs.
- Search for Excellence in Farm and Ranch Financial Management, Harrison, S., B. Eborn, B., L.G. Nunn, R. Findlay, T. Sorensen, J. Hogge, J. Packham, National Association of County Agricultural Agents, National Finalist, 2018