Who would have ever thought that we'd make world news because I learned how to forecast the weather by reading a pig's spleen?
Well, it happened on December 25, 2007! Associated Press reporter, James
MacPherson, asked if he could write an article on this unusual way of forecasting. I agreed but couldn't imagine the publicity it would bring.
In a matter of just a few days, the story was quickly picked up by over 200
newspapers, radio stations, magazines, and online media from all over the world. The Jay Leno and David Letterman shows both called to invite me to their shows but my reply was the same for both, "No way! I have cows to feed."
We did, however, give a couple of radio interviews and the AP put together a slide show that was pretty interesting. Check out the links below.
It's taken a lot of years of hard work to get where we are today. Thankfully, along the way, we've received awards that show we've been recognized for our efforts.
Below are some of the awards:
The Bob Rivers Radio Show - KZOK 102.5 FM Seattle
Depending on your Internet browser, click on one of the options below to listen to the radio interview.