Meet The Team
Adam is a native to Hemphill County who currently leases his family’s ranch with his wife, Aubrie Isaacs. The ranch has been owned and operated by his family since the 1890’s. He received a Ranch Management degree from Texas Tech University and is using innovative technologies and management practices that featured him in the New York Times last year.
100th Meridian Ranching focuses on excellent stewardship while charting a path through which modern ranches can operate efficiently, profitably and sustainably into the future. We are located in the Texas Panhandle and have ranching roots in the area spanning over 125 years. Our enterprises consist of low-input cow-calf production, bred heifers and custom grazing.
In our opinion, stewardship of resources is critical, and the improvement of everything we manage is a worthwhile pursuit. We work hard to ensure that future generations may reap the benefit of our efforts. Soil and plants are the foundation of this business, and we conduct our business in a way that benefits the people, land, livestock and wildlife.
Dr. Steffens joined the Paul Engler College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences in 2013. He received a B.S. in Agricultural education from Tarleton State University in 1982, an M.S. in Animal Nutrition from Texas Tech University in 1984 and a Ph.D. in Rangeland Ecosystem Science from Colorado State University in 1994.