Shasta County Cattlemen's Shasta County CaliforniaShasta County Cattlemen's Association
P.O. Box 49240 Redding, California 96049-2401
Shasta County Cattlemen's Association Board Members

 

Board Members and Officers


President- Rick Fischer                    

Vice- President- Bill Quinn

Treasurer- Ginger Fowler                  

Secretary- Teala Macgee

 

Directors serving until 2018

Matt Fowler

Butch Sartori

Jim Tomasini

Justin Zacharias

Ron Masingale

 

Directors serving until 2019

Shannon Wooten

Stan Barnhart

Ernie Stephenson

Evleyn Reed

Rich Morgan

 

Alternate Directors

Luke Scott

Bob Moller

Les Herrick

State Director

Bill Quinn


 

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Calendar of events




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Shasta County Cattlemen's
Association membership fees. 
A membership is $20 for a year.
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Why should I join SCCA?
Shasta County Cattlemen's Association
Local cattlemen's associations select representatives to membership positions on CCA.


CCA is the only organization that solely represents the interests of the beef cattle industry in regulatory and legislative affairs in California.  CCA lobbies the California State Legislature, Congress, and federal and state regulatory agencies on a wide range of issues including, but not limited to: private property rights, federal lands grazing fees and regulation, taxation and user fee issues, water quality and quantity, federal and state endangered species listings, animal welfare, cattle health and animal disease, air quality, conservation programs, government agency land acquisition, and beef quality assurance.  Additionally, CCA may be available to assist you with specific issues affecting your individual operation.

Join local cattlemen's association?
It is highly recommended as this is the best way to get involved in issues affecting cattlemen.  Local cattlemen's associations select representatives to membership positions on CCA committees and the CCA board of directors.  Local cattlemen's associations also develop policy at their meetings, which is then submitted to the CCA, and if passed, submitted by CCA to NCBA.  Additionally, local associations are better able to assist producers with local issues as they arise.


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P.O. Box 49240 Redding, California 96049-2401
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