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Jack Field

Washington Cattle Feeders’ Association
Executive Director
Jack is a member of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and Washington Cattlemen’s Association and is the Executive Director of the Washington Cattle Feeders Association (WCFA).  Jack previously was employed as the Executive Vice President of the Washington Cattlemen’s Association from 2004-2017.  Jack has spent a considerable amount of time working with producers to educate them about State and Federal water quality regulations.  Jack also represents the WCFA in Olympia throughout the legislative session and has an opportunity to work with a wide section of stakeholders on issues affecting livestock producers throughout the State.  Jack and the Washington Cattle Feeders Association work closely with Cattle Feeders throughout the Pacific Northwest to address the challenges that face the cattle feeding community.

Jack graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Agricultural Science and Technology and a minor in Agricultural Systems Management from the University of Idaho in 1999.
Prior to joining the Washington Cattlemen's Association in 2004, he was an assistant farm manager on a 2,200-acre irrigated row crop in White Swan, Washington.  Jack was raised on a small cow/calf operation in central Oregon. Jack resides in Yakima, WA with his wife Skye where they own and operate Lazy JF Cattle Co. a small commercial cow/calf cattle operation.