Rancher Proud

Rep. Vikki Breese-Iverson is a proud generational rancher and lives on the family ranch still today. Vikki grew up watching her dad, brother, uncles and other relatives work cattle, put up hay and struggle with the lifestyle of the family farm. Those challenges that farmers and ranchers face everyday are real and state government needs to be in their corner. Traditional Oregonians across District 59 have done a great job preserving the land and our heritage. However, some state regulations and policies have made living traditionally on a farm or ranch really hard for hard working families.

Rep. Vikki Breese-Iverson ranches on a 5th generation ranch in Central Oregon
Vintage photo of Rep. Vikki Breese-Iverson's ranch

"I am a 5th generation rancher in Crook County. It is our responsibility to stand up for for the way of life that we all love. My husband and I are raising our two boys on the very ranch and house that my grandparents lived in."

- rep. Vikki Breese-Iverson, house republican leader

There is no doubt that Vikki will stand up for farmers across the state. Her roots run very deep in Oregon and she has some great ideas to help rural Oregon.

Jace Rhoden

JSW Logging - prineville, or

Ever since she was a kid in 4-H, Vikki has been involved in farm and ranch issues. Now she has the ability to take that life’s work and support the community she loves.

Doug Breese

Father & Past President of Oregon Farm Bureau

Doug Breese with Representative Vikki Breese-Iverson and her sister

"Vikki will stand up and shout from the desk if she has to, to protect our rights as farmers and ranchers. I know she has my support."

- Crook County Commissioner & Farmer/Rancher Brian Barney