Gage Taylor grew up on his family cattle ranch in Talpa, Texas. When his father introduced Boer goats into the family, they relocated to Zephyr, Texas.
Gage is an Agricultural Science Instructor and FFA Advisor at Mullin ISD where he dedicates his time to youth development in leadership, the livestock industry, agriscience, and agriculture experiences.
Gage received his associate degree from Ranger College in 2017, his bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Education from Tarleton State in 2019, and master’s degree in Agricultural & Consumer Resources from Tarleton State in 2021.
He is an Ed.D doctoral candidate at Texas Tech University in the Davis College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources. Gage has specialized in researching diversity and inclusion in agricultural education settings and plans to continue this into doctoral school.
Gage was appointed to the ABGA board in 2022. He looks forward to working with a great group of directors to help assist the organization in a direction of positive change.