Not your typical cattlemen’s association…

THE POWER OF GRASSROOTS STRENGTH



The United States Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) remains unwavering in its main policy priority: strengthening the bottom line of the U.S. cattle producer. We know that for your operation to be sustainable for future generations, it must first be profitable. We witnessed the power of grassroots strength in 2018 as we tackled issues like cell-cultured protein and Hours-of-Service reform, and we look forward to continuing that momentum for many years to come.

Our policy committees worked overtime this year to ensure our success on Capitol Hill. Learn more below!

Here’s What We Did in 2019
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Committees

Chairman: Justin Tupper, St. Onge, SD
Contact: 605-680-0259 | stonge@rushmore.com
The Marketing & Competition Committee tackles issues related to the cattle marketplace, antitrust laws, and anticompetitive buying practices.

Join other producers in signing on in support of requiring minimum negotiated purchases of cattle by each U.S. processing facility.

Policy Book