About Northwest Livestock Commission
Northwest Livestock Commission, LLC has one of the best butcher markets and is blessed to have the support of local dairies. With a lot of cattle currently being consigned to near future sales, Northwest Livestock Commission, LLC is promoting its feeder cattle and has several buyers coming from surrounding states for these upcoming sales. Northwest Livestock Commission, LLC promises to do their best to merchandise your cattle for the most dollars.
If you have cattle to sell Northwest Livestock Commission, LLC will work with you to decide the best time to sell. Call and talk with Jeff or Amy about any questions you may have.
Amy was born and raised in western Washington. Her family has always been involved with horses and rodeo. She grew up on the back of a horse. From 4-H to a career as a professional barrel racer. In 1994 Amy started her professional barrel racing career. With much success through the ranks of the rodeo world, she has qualified for 13 Columbia River Circuit finals, and also qualified for the National Finals Rodeo in 2002. After all the traveling, she slowed down and stayed closer to home. In 2005 she and Jeff got married and moved to Echo, Oregon. Amy still competes at barrel races and rodeo’s closer to home. It is still a big part of life for their family.
Jeff was born in California, and moved to eastern Oregon when he was 5. His family has always been involved with horses and the ranching industry. Growing up on a cattle ranch has always been a way of life for Jeff. He started his rodeo career through the ranks of junior rodeo’s, high school rodeo’s and on to his professional rodeo career. Jeff joined the PRCA in 1995 and became a professional tie down roper. Along with winning or placing at major rodeo’s along the way, Jeff has qualified for 15 Columbia River Circuit Finals, and qualified for the National Finals Rodeo in 1999. Jeff still competes at the circuit rodeos and enjoys training a few horses along the way.
Jeff and Amy have a son Cort, he is 2 years old. He is their best accomplishment so far.
At the present time, Jeff and Amy now run 100 head of their own cattle, and raise some horses, in hopes of some more great success with them.
Jeff and Amy are excited for this new adventure, Northwest Livestock Commission. They have big plans and high hopes for this business. They will work hard and give their very best to help everyone out.