We are Brazos Valley CattleWomen.
The Brazos Valley CattleWomen is a community-based organization dedicated to protecting the interests of farmers and ranchers, preserving agriculture and ranching traditions, and promoting beef cattle production. The only membership requirement is an interest in promoting the beef industry in our community. Our community includes Brazos County and any contiguous county that does not have its own local chapter. Cattle ownership is NOT a requirement for membership.
As part of our mission, we want to educate women in the beef and cattle industry. Our goal is to act as ambassadors for the Beef Industry by providing accurate facts and reliable information to consumers. The Brazos Valley CattleWomen is an educational and economic resource for all women. Through our leadership efforts and strategic partnerships, we strive to protect the future of the beef industry through fact based education and solutions to problems facing beef producers.
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Andrea Woods is a mother of 4 and grandmother to 1! She graduated from Texas A&M University in 1992.
The Woods family owns approximately 40 commercial cattle. They are a cow / calf operation in Bryan, Texas. Ranching on 113 acres, they love the time spent outdoors with family. Andrea enjoys cooking, walking, reading and spoiling her cows!
Lorian is born and raised in Bryan, TX. She graduated Texas A&M University (Class of '16) and Texas Tech University (Class of '18).
She and her husband love all things agriculture and enjoy advocating for the industry, while helping their families with their small farms every spare minute they get.
Erin Wickersham is involved in the daily operations of the family business, Wickersham Angus Ranch (founded 1992), she’s also a wife and mother. The ranch, located in Bryan, Texas, is a seedstock operation that sells registered Angus bulls to commercial cow-calf producers. Erin has been part agricultural for as long as she can remember, growing up on a dairy farm in eastern Kansas. She and her husband, Tryon, are raising their daughters, Katherine and Lydia, to continue the legacy, including them in the day-to-day operations that keep the ranch running.