Ingrain News

Edgar Barrera

When we say we have a family oriented culture here at Beef Northwest, we mean it! #WhoYourBeefComesFromSeriesMeet Edgar Barrera, he is a 2nd generation BNW employee, son of our Assistant Manager Min Barrera. Edgar joined our #bnwcattlecrew as a feed mill employee 8 months ago. Even though he is a new employee, he’s been a […]

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Joey Weed

Need some morning motivation? Meet Joey Weed. He has been our Growyard Manager and apart of our #BNWCattleCrew for the past seven years. Joey is as honest and humble of a human being and cattleman you can find. Talking about growing cattle and people are some of his favorite things, besides riding top notch reining

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Natalie Tarvin

Say Hello, to our growyard business analyst Natalie Tarvin! Natalie has been a part of our team since 2018 and her job duties cover everything from cattle to commodity transactions for our growyards. Both Natalie and her husband grew up around horses and in the agriculture lifestyle. Natalie started out as a novice in the

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Misty McClay

Family pastimes and hobbies are important for all Beef Northwest employees, and Misty McClay proves to be no exception. Misty, the office manager at the Beef Northwest Nyssa, OR location, has remained passionate to carry on her family’s tradition of showing their registered Brown Swiss cattle, which was established by her father over fifty years

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Ron Rowan

Community development, and contributing to the industry are some of the attributes that Ron Rowan successfully portrays as an employee and neighbor. For the past twenty years, Ron Rowan has played a substantial role for Beef Northwest through cattle and grain marketing, commodity trading, and customer development. “I have been part of the BNW team

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Michele Daniels

Beef Northwest is encompassed by many long-lasting, enthusiastic employees, and Michele Daniels, the company Controller, is the epitome of hard work and dedication. Having worked for BNW for nearly twenty years, Michele exemplifies the ideal manager, as her personal philosophy is to live by the Golden Rule: treat others how you wish to be treated.

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Faces in Agriculture

Faces in Agriculture’ shared the following story of Jack Wilson, respected cattleman and patriarch of Wilson Cattle Co. and Beef Northwest Feeders in North Powder, Oregon. Wilson and wife, Meredith, have dedicated their career to the livestock industry and to eastern Oregon. He has seen the livestock business model evolve and change throughout the duration

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