Rance Miles oversees operations at a number of dairy product companies as general manager, chief operating officer, and chief financial officer of Quality Milk Sales in Artesia, New Mexico. In these leadership positions, Rance Miles provides various dairy products, including nonfat dry milk, condensed milk, and numerous cheeses, to international and domestic clients.
Milk is a great source of protein and vitamins D and K. An ample provider of calcium as well, one might wonder why anyone would drink anything but a glass of traditional whole milk at breakfast. However, there are actually a number of dairy milk variants, each with its own set of physical benefits. Organic milk, for example, contains higher concentrations of select antioxidants and fatty acids; the cows producing organic milk are provided with a free-roam, pesticide-free lifestyle. Unpasteurized milk, or raw milk, contains bacteria and enzymes that some people believe are beneficial to the body.
An executive at Quality Milk Sales, Rance Miles enjoys participating in outdoor activities. A hunter, Rance Miles likes to practice his shooting skills by sporting clays.
Upholding proper etiquette while sporting clays is necessary to ensure that both amateur and seasoned shooters enjoy their time at a range. Because it is a more sociable activity, maintaining absolute quietness is not necessary–it is appropriate to hold conversations about how to improve one’s shot, and to congratulate a person following a direct hit.
In addition, shooters pay in advance for a specific number of targets to hit. Once all birds are pulled and attempted shots are taken, a shooter should not request that a puller release extra targets. Each target represents a material expense to a shooting range and should be paid for prior to its use. Other rules of etiquette in sporting clays include loading one’s gun only when in a cage, throwing away hulls, and tipping the trap kid following a round of clays.