BEEF Industry Associations and Educational
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The California CattleWomen have a long and proud history. Created to promote the Beef Industry, women throughout the state have dedicated their time, energy and devotion to educate the public about beef.
Click on the the logo above to visit the California Cattlewomen's website or visit www.cattlewomen.org.
The California Cattlemen’s Association has been fighting to preserve California’s rich ranching heritage since 1917. From Sacramento to Washington, D.C., CCA has a strong lobbying presence on state and federal issues that impact beef producers in California.
Click on the the logo above to visit the California Cattlemen's website or visit www.calcattlemen.org.
The California Beef Council (CBC) was established in 1954 to serve as the promotion, research and education arm of the California beef industry, and is mandated by the California Food and Agricultural Code. The Council is comprised of 42 members and alternates, who are appointed by the California Secretary of Agriculture. The members set priorities for the CBC and represent all segments of beef production within California including range cattle, dairy cattle, feedlots, packers/processors and the general public.
Click on the the logo above to visit the California Beef Council's website or visit www.calbeef.org.
America's farming and ranching families loves their land and what they do. They are committed to hoenstly, integrity and hard work, and they are proud to share details on how the beef you eat makes it way from their pastures to your plate.
Click on the the logo above to visit the Explore Beef website or visit www.explorebeef.org
To find out more about the laws and regulations regarding owning and identifying cattle please visit CDFA's Livestock Identification Website.
Click on the the logo above to visit the California Livestock Identification website or visit http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/ahfss/Livestock_ID/
The mission of the Foundation is to build awareness, understanding, and a positive public perception of agriculture through education. To learn more about what the Foundation is doing to tell the story of agriculture and correct misconceptions about agriculture
Click on the the logo above to visit the Foundation for Agriculture website or visit www.agfoundation.org