One of the things that sets Oregon Women for Agriculture apart from other female-centered organizations is its name.
Since buying the 5,000-head feedlot near Melba in 1999, Smith has embraced trends in the beef industry.
Chris McDowell’s long history in the grass seed industry has taught her and her two daughters that Oregon is fertile ground for more women in agriculture.
Eastern Washington farmer Sarah McClure has spent the better part of her 60 years in agriculture. But it wasn’t until 2011, when she and her husband, Dan, started growing organic produce full-…
She may be only a few years out of college, but Kady Porterfield is already commanding attention from the Northwest agricultural community.