Adam Nichols is a person who dedicated his entire life to agriculture and feeding people locally and around the globe. I lived on a rice farm his whole life. I can hear the diesel engines churning at not pumping on our Rice field. So, there were no mental breaks from the farm. Working as many hours and acres as we did made me seem to grow up fast”. By my junior year in high school, I was State by President of FFA. After high school, I immediately at least started college at Arkansas State and didn’t stop there until I finished with a master's degree in environmental sciences and agriculture.
During high school and college, I worked on a family farm of around 10,000 acres scattered over four counties. After attaining my first master's degree, I started a job working with the UN and FAO; these organizations funded the modern farm I was sent to Central Africa to Build. I worked in Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and the Congo, and then later, years after the rainforest summoned instructions, mainly from the Ukraine, in an Odesa classroom. Unfortunately, Russian forces invading would cut that opportunity short. After this, I returned to Arkansas and started back to farming, and it felt like I had never left.
I look at each property with several different ways of being useful and profitable, thanks to over 25 years of farming. If this is the type of person you can relate to then give Adam a call and let him help you with some of your biggest decisions in life!