May 21 - Special Sale, Willcox Livestock Auction
May 21-22 - AZ-CA Joint Cattle Feeder Meeting, San Diego
May 29 - ACGA BOD Meeting, Flagstaff
June 2 - Special Stocker Feeder Sale, Prescott Livestock Auction
June 10 - Innovative Management Strategies for Improved Economic Viability & Sustainability Workshop, X Diamond Ranch $20 Agenda
June 18-21 - Arizona Cowpuncher's Reunion Rodeo, Williams
June 25 - 2015 WSASAS Extension Symposium "Value of Low Stress Livestock Handling in Livestock Production Practices," Ruidoso, NM
July 15-18 - National Cattlemen's Beef Association Summer Conference, Denver
July 23-25 - 111th Annual ACGA Convention, Tucson
August 5-7 - Arizona Section SRM Summer Meeting, Prescott
Why should you be a member of the Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association?
ACGA Voting - The core of ACGA that guides, directs and leads the association. Can be ranchers of any size. Has voting privileges, can be active in committees, working groups and board of directors. Receives the latest industry information and works with staff on local, state and national issues.
ACGA Associate- Non-voting ACGA member. An associate membership is designed for those that support the cattle industry and the rural lifestyle. It is for people and associations or organizations that believe in the same values and missions of the Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association. At the same time you benefit because we will keep you up-to-date on issues in the cattle industry and happenings in rural Arizona.
Business - A business membership is designed for those that are currently conducting business with cattlemen or wish to conduct business with cattlemen in the future. Just as it is crucial for cattlemen to utilize you and your services we feel it is equally important that you play a role in our organization that represents beef producing families. Two options are available: Associate and Affiliate. The Associate membership comes with a free ad, annual listing in the Cattlelog and on the website.
Property & Casualty - Western Growers Insurance Services