Taylor has been very involved in eastern Montana agriculture his whole life. He grew up on the family ranch at Sand Springs and has owned livestock since he was 10 years old.
As a Farm Broadcaster since 1979, Taylor has studied and reported on ag issues of every kind for nearly 30 years. He is well-known as one of our state's strongest ag spokespersons, and a true advocate for the agricultural industry.
A strong supporter of growing the competitiveness of our number one industry through ag research and development, Taylor has most recently chaired the 4-year effort to raise $16 million to build the first-ever Animal and Range Science Building as part of a brand-new Animal Bioscience Complex at MSU.
Taylor is strong advocate for limited government, and strong individual and Private Property rights.
Arguably the strongest supporter of agricultural youth in our time, Taylor has encouraged and mentored countless young people through his years of involvement in 4-H, FFA, Montana Range Days, Alpha Gamma Rho, Young Farmers and Ranchers, the Montana Young Ag Leadership Conference, and many more ag youth organizations.