Premier Solar Sheep was formed by our leadership team to continue the legacy of Texas sheep production.  Dietrich Davis and Reid Redden grew up on multi-generation sheep ranches in Southwest Texas and had the privilege to experience ranch life as a child.  They each pursued higher education and developed successful careers within and outside of production agriculture.  As solar development began to grow rapidly in Texas, it became clear that this was an opportunity of a lifetime for avid sheep men.  Parker DuBose came from a different background; yet shares a very similar passion for the ranching lifestyle and hard work that comes with it.  Together, we are committed to providing solar asset owners and operators premier vegetation management services with agricultural principles as the foundation of our service business. 

At Premier, we have focused our efforts within Texas, specifically South Texas.  However, we are open to expanding our services into other regions of Texas and outside the state.  Our leadership team is positioned to grow into new regions, given there is a critical volume of solar vegetation management needs that allows us to deliver services consistent with our company's mission.

Contact us to learn more about Premier Solar Sheep, a sustainable solution to your needs. 

Dr. Reid Redden grew up on a sheep and goat ranch in Utopia, Texas.  The ranching lifestyle as a child developed a passion that turned into his life’s work.  He received a BS (Texas A&M), MS (New Mexico State), and PhD (Montana State) in animal science with an emphasis in sheep production.  Thereafter, he served as a state sheep extension specialist and professor at North Dakota State and Texas A&M for 15 years.  Reid Redden is known throughout the country for his work helping sheep farmers and ranchers deal with real-world issues, such as predators and parasites, and served on numerous state and national committees to advance the sheep industry as whole.  The opportunity to expand the sheep industry into solar farms for vegetation control and build a sustainable, scalable sheep operation inspired him to leave academia and enter the private sector.   
Dietrich was born and raised on a multigenerational farming and livestock operation in Brackettville, Texas.  He received an athletic scholarship to Rice University, where he was a proud member of the Rice Owl football team. After graduation, he began his career in the energy industry in Midland, Texas. His entrepreneurial drive and work ethic has allowed him to form several successful companies in energy, agriculture, and synthetic grass.    
Parker is a native of Fort Worth, Texas who received a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from Texas Christian University where he was a member of the Horned Frog football team. Upon graduation, Parker entered the energy industry in Fort Worth which formed relationships that led to his involvement in a successful synthetic grass company as well as the livestock industry.