Friends and Neighbors: Snyders have been active in many ag-based activities over the years


Tonia Copeland

Larry, left, and Nicole Snyder instruct students at a recent practice for the Dead Eyes 4-H Club shooters.

Kimball County residents Larry and Nicole Snyder are quite active in many outdoor and youth-related activities.

While farming and ranching, the young couple raised children, held full and part-time jobs, finished college and volunteered through many service organizations in the county.

"We had about 2,000 acres of crop ground, we built a sheep herd up to 100 head, and we had around 60 or 70 head of cows," Larry said.

"That was before kids. We got rid of the cows after Colton was born, before Madie," Nicole said.

Both Larry and Nicole were active in FFA as students and they carried that over...

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