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Waterfall Farms Welcomes Lipscomb



    

     Waterfall Farms welcomes Nate Lipscomb as their new Customer Account Representative. Nate will be keeping in contact with all Waterfall customers, aiding them in their breeding decisions and keeping them up to date on the trends in breeding and marketing of Tennessee Walking Horses.
 
     Nate has been involved in livestock production and marketing his entire life. Lipscomb was raised on a diversified farm and ranch operation in Baldwin County, Ala., raising cattle, horses, and had a “farrow to finish” hog operation. Nate’s father also ran the local livestock auction. “My passion for raising and marketing livestock was instilled in me by my Dad at an early age,” said Nate.
 
     After receiving a B.A. from Auburn University, Nate traveled the Southeast marketing pure bred livestock.
 
     Nate’s Tennessee Walking Horse breeding involvement began in Lewisburg, Tennessee under the direction of Dr. Victor Wakefield. “Dr. Wakefield was a top notch reproductive vet and I learned volumes from him,” added Lipscomb.
 
     In the late 1990’s, Nate also worked with such top stallions as I’m In Command, Back In Command, Pusher All Color and top spotted stallion, The Belfast Bandit.
 
     “The mare owner is the back-bone of our industry, I am here to assist them in their future breeding decisions and marketing of their foals,” said Nate.
 
     “We are excited to have Nate at Waterfall. With his experience, I feel our customers will have an additional ally when it comes to raising and marketing the best our breed has to offer,” said David Williams, Operations Manager at Waterfall Farms.
 
     Nate can be reached at Waterfall at 931-684-7894 or on his cell at 334-799-4915.

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