About Casey Spradley
Casey is a fourth generation New Mexico Rancher with more then 30 years in ranching and farming. She and her husband have ranch experience from the deserts of southern New Mexico to the plains of southeastern Colorado to the mesa and canyons of northwest New Mexico and have raised alfalfa in the Pecos Valley. She is passionate about advocating for agriculture and the rural way of life. She is an active member of the New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau, New Mexico Cattle Growers, New Mexico CowBelles, Soil and Water Conservation Districts and often takes a leadership role in the organizations.
In addition to her agricultural pursuits, Casey has worked for the US Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service as a soil conservationist and a certified conservation planner where she worked with landowners to identify their goals and develop a plan to meet their objectives. She acquired skills in evaluating and managing range, crops, irrigation, and wildlife. Her combined personal and work experiences have taught her that every property is unique in its opportunities and challenges. Weather you are looking for a personal get away, a working ranch, a productive farm, or a hunting retreat, Casey looks forward to helping you find your perfect place. Contact her at 719-252-0520 or firstname.lastname@example.org.