Christopher Hart knows the farming business, not only because he grew up in it, but he has worked in it since 2009. Christopher grew up in Merkel, Texas where he rode in the tractor as a child with his grandfather, and eventually worked alongside his grandfather through high school and college driving a tractor and learning about farming as an enterprise business.
After graduating with a degree in agribusiness and minors in agronomy and marketing from Angelo State University, Christopher worked as a supervisor for an oilfield service company. He came back to his farming roots in 2009, where he began custom harvesting and farming on his own. He now farms several thousand acres of cotton and wheat in Taylor and Jones counties.
Christopher has always enjoyed the business side of the farming operation from dealing with the accounting and logistics, to employee management and commodity marketing. These experiences have made Christopher into a driven and organized person. He has built his farming operation from the ground up and now has more time away from the tractor.
For several years, he has been interested in real estate and is eager to build his career as a real estate agent. With his background in working the land and special interest in hunting and fishing, Christopher brings his clients matchless insight. From buying to selling, Christopher offers his clients a unique advantage because of his background and local network. He particularly has a great understanding of how to cash flow an investment and the true value of a property.
Christopher and his wife, Samantha, have three children – Ryder, Mason and Sadie. They enjoy chasing their children around to all their activities and raising their family in Abilene. The Hart family loves the outdoors and spending time together hunting deer and elk, and bass fishing. Additionally, Christopher enjoys financial investments, exercising, and playing golf. He is also active in his community having served in several roles in his church Zion Lutheran, and on local agricultural committees and boards.