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Interview With Misty Harris

 



Mercy: Can you share a little bit about yourself? 
Misty: I am a born and raised Mississippi girl that spent most of her
days in a practice pen preparing for the next rodeo. Growing up with competitive horses has played a
huge role in shaping me into the person I am today. The sport of rodeo taught me to be hardworking,
driven and dedicated. I may not be an active competitor in the arena anymore, but I still carry those
attributes with me. Rodeo can also be accredited for me meeting and marrying Cody. He truly is my best friend and love of my life. I have been blessed to have won many competitions and have many unique experiences, but my favorite is being Cody's wife and Carter's mom.

Mercy: Can you share a little bit about the upcoming season of The Cowboy Way? 
Misty: Season six of The Cowboy Way will display more controversy and more independent struggles for the guys than any of the previous seasons. Be sure to stay up-to-date each week!

Mercy: What has been your favorite scene to film? 
Misty: My favorite scene to film was the episode with Cody's
rodeo in Bay Minette, Alabama. I had a lot of fun showcasing my skills as a rider and competitor. 

Mercy: Any favorite behind-the-scene stories you can share from on-set of The Cowboy Way? 
Misty: There are a lot of funny scenes that do not make the show. One in particular was when Cody, Carter and I were at one of our pastures, and Carter fell in a large cow patty! He stood up, walked over to Cody and proceeded to clean his hands on his daddy. It was hilarious, and a moment I will not forget.



Mercy: What do you like to do most in your free time? 
Misty: I like to spend my free time planning the design and decor for our new house. We have waited many years for our home, and I am so elated to see the finished product.

Mercy: What are three things you can’t live without? 
Misty: Cody, Carter and livestock.

Mercy: If you could sit down and have a conversation with one person, living or dead; who would it be? 
Misty: If I had the opportunity, I would love to speak to my late grandmother. She passed when I was very young, and because of that, I do not have any memories of the incredibly strong woman that raised my mother.

Mercy: What does your perfect Sunday afternoon look like? 
Misty: My perfect Sunday looks like church with my family, followed by a potluck meal with the rest of our family and ending with feeding livestock on the farm.

Mercy: Any other upcoming projects you can share about? 
Misty: We are currently preparing Full Moon Cattle heifers and consigning a variety of cattle for our upcoming herd building sale. Cody and I produced two special sales a year where we bring high-quality cattle from farmers all over the Southeast as well as some of our own.  As our original quote goes, "We bring the quality. You bring the trailer."

Mercy: What is one thing most people don’t know about you? 
Misty: One thing that most people do not know about me is that I have two auto-immune diseases, Psoriasis and Gluten Intolerance. I was diagnosed with both in my early twenties, and I use diet and organic oils for treatment.


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