Brooklynn Moore is the newest member of the Grateful Graze team, hailing from the small town of Bellevue, Iowa!
Growing up on a farm with seven other siblings, Brooklynn developed a love for animals and a responsibility to care for them at a young age. Even when her family moved to town, Brooklynn continued to stay active in agriculture by participating in 4-H and FFA as well as helping her dad do chores at their other farm on the
weekends. Though her dad primarily owns a 150 head beef cow/calf operation along with a Berkshire hog finisher program, Brooklynn has also been exposed to sheep and dairy cattle as well. She was also involved in her high school, participating in speech, volleyball, student council, and spirit club.
Presently, Brooklynn is a freshman at Black Hawk East and is a member of the livestock judging team. The Iowa native plans on transferring to a four-year college after Black Hawk, but for now, she wants to focus on her academics, livestock judging, and her new job. When asked, Brooklynn said, “Growing up on a farm where grain is fed daily and antibiotics are administered annually, Grateful Graze is like nothing I have ever experienced before. Its natural approach is redefining agriculture, and I could not be more happy to be a part of it! I am looking forward to working with the team as well as interacting with the customers through my weekly newsletters, the farm tours, and answering any questions they may have.”