At Moreno Ranches, we believe in the future. Part of that future is superior genetics and the constant improvement of the Brahman cattle breed through sophisticated animal husbandry technology. Technology is part of that future, a passion for the Brahman breed is part of that future, and so are our youth. As such, we’d like to introduce one of our new international interns, Herman Muñoz.
Herman Muñoz was born in Choluteca, Honduras, and is 22 years old. The city of Choluteca is known for its good production of cantaloupes and shrimps. Herman studied at Abundant Life Christian School where he learned English. His parents love the field, they own little livestock and are located 30 minutes away from Choluteca. He grew up learning many things about cows, which is the main reason why he decided to study at Zamorano. Herman is known for being proactive, honest, and a hard worker.
When Herman was 18, he decided to study agriculture because he knew it was the best decision for his future as Choluteca has a big potential. When arriving to Zamorano, the classes were a little bit difficult, but he studied a lot and worked hard to make it to his fourth and last year. Herman has loved Brahman cattle since he was a kid because they were very big and beautiful. He worked with Brahman cattle on his third year at Zamorano, and he loved that experience so much that he decided to look for an internship where he could work with Brahman cattle.
Fortunately, he was accepted to the program, and now he is getting ready for this big and unique challenge.
- Learn new techniques of production and genetic improvement in the cattle sector.
- Gain real-work experience with a good quality job.
- Enrich English skills and learn more about the culture of The United States.