Connecting with the Wolfpack: Wilders Wagyu Shares the WILD Experience with NCSU Animal Science Club

Jan 18, 2023

At Wilders Wagyu, we take pride in our close-knit team and the shared passion for agriculture that unites us. It’s no surprise that the majority of our team members are proud Wolfpack alumni from North Carolina State University (NCSU). Recently, Danielle, MeKenzie, Cody, and Jake had the incredible opportunity to speak at the NCSU Animal Science Club meeting, where they shared their insights and experiences about all things Wilders. Join us as we delve into this remarkable occasion and the joy of connecting with students who share our passion for NC agriculture.

Engaging with the Animal Science Club:

Last night was an exciting evening for our team as they had the privilege of being guest speakers at the NCSU Animal Science Club meeting. Danielle, MeKenzie, Cody, and Jake took the stage to share their journey and shed light on the unique aspects of the Wilders operation. The room was filled with enthusiastic students, eager to learn about the world of Wagyu and our commitment to sustainable agriculture.

Sharing the WILD Experience:

It was a delight to connect with the students who share our passion for NC agriculture and the animal science field. Our team shared their personal experiences, providing a glimpse into the day-to-day operations at Wilders. From the intricacies of raising Wagyu cattle to our commitment to sustainable farming practices, the students gained valuable insights into the world of premium beef production.

As conversations flowed, Danielle, MeKenzie, Cody, and Jake were thrilled to answer questions, offer advice, and foster a sense of community with the aspiring agricultural leaders. It was an opportunity to inspire the next generation and share the values that drive our WILD operation.

A Heartfelt Thank You:

We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the NCSU Animal Science Club for inviting us to speak at their meeting. It was a privilege to engage with such a talented and dedicated group of students who are passionate about the future of agriculture in North Carolina. Their curiosity, enthusiasm, and commitment to the field were truly inspiring.

As Wolfpack alumni, our team members cherished the chance to give back to their alma mater and contribute to the growth and development of aspiring professionals in the animal science industry. It was a reminder of the strong connection we have with our roots and the importance of nurturing the next generation of agricultural leaders.

Embracing the Wolfpack Spirit:

At Wilders Wagyu, we celebrate the unique bond shared by our team members who are Wolfpack alumni. The values instilled during their time at NCSU resonate deeply within our WILD operation. From the commitment to excellence in agriculture to the drive for sustainable practices, we carry the Wolfpack spirit with us as we continue our journey of providing exceptional Wagyu genetics and beef.

Moving Forward:

We are grateful for the opportunity to connect with the NCSU Animal Science Club and share our passion for agriculture and Wagyu production. The experience reminded us of the importance of fostering relationships, supporting the next generation, and staying connected to our alma mater.

As we look ahead, we are excited to continue engaging with educational institutions, community organizations, and passionate individuals who are committed to the future of agriculture in North Carolina. Together, let’s cultivate a thriving agricultural community, nurture aspiring professionals, and champion the values that drive our WILD operation.