Meet The Bandits

Howdy folks, Richard and Jimmy here!

We’d like to welcome you to the Feed Bandit Podcast. A little about us, we’re a couple of good friends and hunters who love the outdoors, dream about living out in the country someday, love hunting and learning as much as possible about this amazing sport.

We love discussing killer hunting ideas, tips and tricks as well as figuring out ways to squeeze the most out of our budget and precious time out in the field.

But our passion and the thing that drives us to do what we do is the preservation of the treasure that is small town Texas hunting culture and supporting the innovative small businesses that exist to help us have more success out in the field.

We’d love nothing more than to be a small part of your hunting experience whether it’s you listening to us on the drive out to your land, out in the dove field, sitting in your deer blind or wherever you just want to escape for a bit and take your mind to your favorite hunting spot.

If this sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, then please Join the Cause!

Richard Kincheloe

Richard Kincheloe

Chief Corn Officer

Richard, aka Corn Bandit, is a proud Native Son of the Great State of Texas, born in the concrete jungle but who’s heart and soul permanently reside in the brush. He is a proud father of 2 Native Daughters of Texas and has a wonder wife who loves the outdoors as much as he does. He is also blessed to have one of the best bird dogs around!

Family…Friends…Texas…Hunting…Fishing…Friday Night Lights…Texas Tech and Small Town Texas….that about it sums it up for this Bandit!

James (Jimmy) Byrne

James (Jimmy) Byrne

Chief Protein Officer

For Jimmy, aka El Bandido, hunting is his passion and go-to release from the daily grinds.  Nothing will put a smile on his face quicker than getting down to the ranch on a Friday evening, looking out over the pasture and popping an ice cold Busch Light to relax.

He loves sitting in a deer blind with his wife (who just likes to watch), chewing on a Backwoods and waiting for the whitetail ballet!  He can’t wait to pass on his hunting knowledge to his children when they are old enough and they can share this wonderful sport of ours.

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