Wyatt serves as the Executive Vice President of the Idaho Cattle Association, a position he has held since 2010. Prior to joining the Idaho Cattle Association, he managed a commercial cow-calf and stocker operation in Concho, Arizona. He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in agricultural industry management from the University of Idaho.
In addition to representing Idaho’s cattle industry in governmental affairs and issues management, Wyatt and his wife Christie background and place feeder cattle, and are building a small commercial cow-calf operation. They have two children under 2—a son, Augustus, and daughter, Agnes, further spurring Wyatt’s passion to protect the state’s cattle industry and grow the family cattle enterprise for the next generation of Idaho cattle producers.