June 27, 2020 CCCA Meeting Agenda

Call meeting to order:

 

Approval of the agenda:

 

Secretary

Approval of minutes:

 

Correspondences:

 

Treasurer

Approval of Treasures Report:

 

Committee Reports

Scholarship Committee:

 

Federal Lands

Forest Service:

 

BLM:

 

State Lands:

 

Legislative:

 

HPP :

 

Old Business

 

New Business:             Bylaws & Constitution – Review for clarification and updates

Website – Continue or dissolve

 

Discussion Items:        Scholarship – Review and Award

Dues – Due

Fundraisers – Covid friendly/internal order of shirts, hats, vest with CCCA logo

Joining a local event that has not yet been cancelled

Membership –

Officers –

 

 

Next Meeting –

 

Meeting adjourned

 

January 25, 2020 CCCA Meeting Agenda

Call meeting to order: 9:05

Introduction:  Guest Speakers

  • Steve Vincze Running for County Commissioner District 1. Anti-Wolf, pro 2nd Amendment and wants all road to be addressed including snow removal, to better all roads.  Please call with comments, advise etc.. (flyer and business card attached)

 

  • Amy Mitchell running for County Commissioner District 1. Listen to all areas and concerns throughout District 1.   Support veterans, ranchers.  On many committees to help better Park County.  Anti-Wolf, stop raising taxes use what we have. (flyer and business card attached)

 

Approval of the agenda:

  • Printed out wrong one added Amy Mitchell motion to approve updated agenda by Amy Mitchell seconded by Tracy Rautenkranz.

 

Secretary

Approval of minutes:

  • Motion to approve Minutes by Tracey Rautenkranz seconded by Amy Mitchell

 

Correspondences:

  • Chloe Hock sent out 2 letters with updates and a picture of her catch-a-calf (see attachments)

 

Treasurer

Approval of Treasures Report:

  • Motion to approve treasurer report by Tracy Rautenkranz seconded by Amy Mitchell
  • Check for wolf contribution goes to CCA this will help keep CCCA and our members hidden from those that are pro-wolf. R-Calf working against CCA John Woodward wants to talk about possibly not renewing membership with R-Calf. Assess benefits of R-Calf

 

Committee Reports

Scholarship Committee: N/A

 

Federal Lands

Forest Service: N/A

 

BLM: N/A

 

State Lands:

 

Legislative:

  • John suggests go to CCA website org then go to tracking list and see the bill that are trying to be passed and kills. Interesting to see what we are up against and CCA helping us out, fighting it.

 

HPP:

  • Put plan in place of goals, numbers of Elk, Deer and Moose of certain amounts in 5 areas, HPP out of money but State is will to help. Next fiscal year starts July 1, 2020.  Next meeting March 31st at Fairplay Community Center at 10am

 

Old Business

  • Executive Committee updates: Theresa Springer has volunteered to be Vice President, Secretary Vacancy immediately (Tracy volunteered to take over secretary role)
  • Committee sign ups. Sub committees communications (i.e. Newsletter, events, fundraising –set up and break down), scholarship committee, “steering” committee CCA, HPP, wildlife resources etc…
  • Sign-up sheet attached. Please help!

 

New Business:

  • CCA Mid-Winter conference recap – Catherine went to mid winter in Denver tons of wolf discussion, legislative, participation down for CCA and many affiliates as well. Get dues paid, encourage current membership to engage and help more.  Don’t do a membership drive try to have current members help out more.   Highway safety in rural areas, trade agreements, animal welfare, Cow farts aren’t that bad!

Next CCA meeting to be held in Colorado Springs in June.  Stay tuned.

  • Newsletters we haven’t had anything started yet, want to send one out on a monthly basis. Highlight our members including when we get new members. Updates from CCA links will be in there.  Money insights, local happenings, ballots etc..   If you would like anything added to newsletter please contact Catherine.
  • Wolf ballet measure

 

Discussion Items:

  • Wolf Campaign contributions with CCA. Thank you for all your efforts in supporting us in the effort to help get the information out to STOP the wolf reintroduction. We tried to send $1,000 from CCCA however we did not have the funds in the general account, so CCCA sent out $500 plus member donations.  If you have any ideas on how to raise extra $500 or we can just leave it at that and have members pledge the money. Please contact Catherine for further insight, questions and ideas.
  • 2020 fundraising goals silent auction and/or any fundraising goes to general account to help get funds up.
  • 2020 Speaker topics/guests of interest

 

Next Meeting –

March 28th

Mid may,

June

 

Meeting adjourned 11:02am

October 5, 2019 CCCA Meeting Agenda

October 5, 2019

Hartsel, Colorado

Call meeting to order: 9:14 am

Pledge of allegiance: skipped

Approval of the agenda: Webb Smith scratched out scholarship idea from new business; Tracy Rautenkranz motions, Catherine Rautenkrqnz 2nd motion

Secretary

Approval of minutes: no changes; motion Tracy Rautenkranz; 2nd Catherine Rautenkranz

Treasurer

Approval of Treasures Report: no discussion; motion Tracy Rautenkranz; 2nd Webb Smith

 

Correspondences: catch a calf letters passed around

 

Guest Speaker: Dr. Cadra Krueger beef nutritionist with Hubbard/Ranch-Way Feeds

Summary materials on weaning feeds, forage supplements, local distributors

 

Committee Reports

Scholarship Committee: no discussion – tabled until more attendance to discuss essay topics and requirements

 

Federal Lands

Forest Service: no news

 

BLM: no news

 

State Lands: pressure on state land board to get more money; public access to the land is a big push; need to get more people on the board;

 

Legislative: measure DD – casino ballet measure for allowing sports betting and taxing casino profits to support state water projects (CCA and farm bureau support); better with beef initiative for Polis and fake meet vs CCA

 

HPP: Rautenkranz’s will go to Grand Junct. In Dec to present their fence project; HPP is out of money- last spend on Weston fire damage- but more projects can be on a case by case basis

 

CLA (Colorado Livestock Association): symposium 9/28 in Kiowa, Webb Smith attended, good speakers, vet and equine health, certified angus is really just color based; another symposium in La Junta 10/17

 

R-Calf summer annual meeting; we should try to go to their meetings more to get more for our money and know whats coming at us; NCBA has a new CEO

 

Old Business

Beef Drawing: up some money- okay but losing love for doing this, vote at a later meeting to adjust or stop; too long between buying tickets and drawing and getting beef; getting difficult to get a donated steer; not enough bang for our selling efforts

Catch-A-Calf: Dave and Suzie Carpenter have said they will provide the current (2019) calf, we pay half MV, John Woodward will keep us informed; Rautenkranz may be able to cover fall 2020 calf if needed.

Dinner/Dance – Lake George was a good idea for pairing with the gymkhana; beef themed food truck next time, all day, CCCA advertising, so we don’t miss out on the people who left the event and didn’t return for the dance; still do dance and auction people like that

With a food truck we don’t have money out of our pocket or have to clean up.

 

New Business:

New “humanitarian” scholarship idea / CCCA ownership of cattle discussion – scratched by Webb Smith

Membership drive / letter to send out- membership and participation is down; focus on local area not just cattle people?; farm service agency may be able to provide a mailing list; draft letter by Dec to thank paid members for the contributions in 2019 and express desire for participation in 2020- maybe like CCCA Christmas card

 

Discussion Items: Webb Smith resigns as President effective immediately.  Catherine Rautenkranz is now our current President.

 

Next Meeting –

Dec 7th Fairplay- AB can pick a place and set up reservation

Feb 1st Shaggy Sheep in Shawnee – will need to motion dates for CR

April 4th TBD

 

Meeting Adjourned  10:35am

June 1, 2019 CCCA Meeting Agenda

Call meeting to order: 3:11 pm by President Alanna Crawford.  9 members in attendance.

Approval of the agenda:

  • Tracy Rautenkranz motioned to approved agenda with updates seconded by Catherine Rautenkranz. Update agenda to correct location Lake George, add Erin Kerney as guest speaker, Election and Catch-a-calf

Secretary

  • Approval of minutes:

Tracy Rautenkranz motioned to approve meeting minutes from March 2, 2019 as presented, John Woodward seconded, No Discussion, all in favor of approval, Motion passed.

Correspondences:

  • Ivan Ward sent in 3 letters of an update on his Cath-a-Calf. Sent around, No other correspondences.

Treasurer

Approval of Treasures Report:

  • General Fund Checking Account                                     $   00
  • Scholarship Fund Checking Account                               $ 18,600.00
  • Total Funds                                                  $ 19,400.00

 

John Woodward motioned to approve the Treasurer’s Report dated June 2, 2019 as presented, Catherine Rautenkranz seconded, no discussion. All in favor of approval. Motion passed.

Committee Reports

Scholarship Committee:

Federal Lands

Forest Service: Timber clean up is happening now around badger flats

BLM: No Update

State Lands: No Update

Legislative:

  • Erin Kerney from CCA came and gave an update. There now is a “People for animal welfare commission” they are keep eyes open on animal abusers but have not come after livestock yet.  #1 thing to keep an eye on is the boards and commissions,  with the election coming up in 2020 they are doing clean sweeps and could effect everyone.  Talk about wolf relocation commissions will have a say on this but will be voted on in 2020.  Kate Greenburg is the Colorado Commissioner of Ag.  She is new, was with the Young Farmer Colliation.  She does work for Gov. Polis but willing to learn and help.  Also if you ever have any questions Erin says reach out there is a lot of things going on behind the scenes they just can’t get it all out.

HPP :

  • John Woodward says fiscal year is coming to an end at the end of June. So if you have any projects get them in and done now.  As of now looks like they will have to give 10K back due to not enough projects.  HPP helps out with water and fencing projects.  Stipulations you must own at least 160 acres and must meets the goals of CPW.  If you qualify you can get $350 once per year for ranchers and farmers.

CLA (Colorado Livestock Association)

 

Old Business

  • Dinner and Dance after meeting on June 2, 2019. DJ will be there just before 5pm

Scholarships

  • Read by President Alanna Crawford. Daigen Springer would like to apply for the scholarship.  Daigen is going to attend Garden City Community College where he will study criminal justice and play football.  He then wants to become part of the Colorado State Patrol.
  • Tracy Rautenkranz motioned to approve Daigen for a $500 scholarship eventho it’s not Ag related his family is ranchers and his goals are tremendous, we would just want him to be able to apply again CCCA would like to hear from him Mid-Year Amy Mitchell seconded, No Discussion, All in favor of approval. Motion passed.

New Business:

Park County Fair

  • Fair is July 17th-21st this year. John Woodward is going to see if he can help find someone to donate a Catch-A-Calf.  Also at fair do we want a banner to be hung up cost $250 – Tabled
  • Election for new officers:

Officer Nominations: Webb Smith nominated himself for President, Catherine Rautenkranz nominated herself for Vice President, Ashley Boyington nominated herself to continue as Secretary, Ashley Boyington nominated Deb Reuter to continue as Treasure.  Motion to approve nominations by Amy Mitchell, Tracy Rautenkranz seconded, No Discussion, All in favor of approval, Motion passed.

Officer Elections

President –Webb Smith

Vice President – Catherine Rautenkranz

Secretary – Ashley Boyington

Treasure – Deb Reuter

Discussion Items: N/A

Next Meeting –

  • October 5th High Line Café Hartsel, CO 9am
  • December 7th Fairplay TBD 9am
  • February 15th Shaggy Sheep Shawnee, CO 9am

Meeting adjourned 4:46pm by New President Webb Smith

December 1, 2018 CCCA Meeting Agenda

Call meeting to order:

 

Approval of the agenda: approved by Dennis seconded by Tracy

 

Secretary

Approval of minutes: Approved by Dennis seconded by Tracy

 

Correspondences: Membership for RCALF, approve membership to renew RCALF approve by Webb seconded by Deb amount of $200.

 

Treasurer

Approval of Treasures Report: membership dues are coming up beginning January.   All beef tickets sold, YAY! Great fundraiser we want to keep doing it year after year.  Approved by Dennis Springer seconded by Brian Crawford

 

Committee Reports

Scholarship Committee: Challenge to get kids to apply for scholarship.

 

Federal Lands: Webb nothing to report

Forest Service:

 

BLM: Nothing to report will get more with upcoming conference call.  Brand inspector of the year will be presented at mid winter conference

 

State Lands: Nothing to report

 

Legislative: Colorado Cattlemen’s concerned about Pollis getting in.  RCalf still pushing for COOL

 

HPP : nothing to report

 

CLA (Colorado Livestock Association) Webb could not attend any meetings, Ranch tour Alanna and Brian attended spoke about water and recreation (lands being overrun)

 

Old Business

 

Beef Drawing: Beef will not be ready till Feb time frame.  Trying to fatten them up.  Beef drawing next year YES!!! Get more people to sell tickets next year.  Approval to continue beef drawing approved by Dennis seconded by the Rautenkrantz girls

Winners of the beef

1st winner Grace and Al Reuter

2nd winner Linda Schaffer

 

 

New Business:

Annual Meeting approved by Dennis seconded by Deb Lake George community park 5pm then dinner and out by 10pm

June 1st

Discussion Items:

 

Next Meeting –

March 2nd in Hartsel place TBD highline café?

June for our annual at the Lake George Community Park

October?

 

Meeting adjourned approved by Tracy seconded by Dennis

October 6, 2018 CCCA Meeting Agenda

Call meeting to order: 9:17am

 

Approval of the agenda: Approved by Tracy Rautenkrantz seconded by Dennis Springer

 

Secretary

Approval of prior minutes:  Table minutes till they go out and get reviewed at next meeting. Approved by Tracy Rautenkrantz, seconded by Dennis Springer.

 

Correspondences:

Treasurer

Approval of Treasures Report: Approved by Dennis Springer seconded by Tracy Rautenkrantz

 

Committee Reports

Scholarship Committee: Try to get flyers out to get some seniors in for the scholarship, instead of one person let’s work together as a group.  Sherriff Tom McGraw wants to do a scholarship and maybe join forces get our scholarship info out to get more kids interested.  Let’s try to hit it from the college side to come back to the high schoolers.

Federal Lands

Forest Service: Webb Smith tough year due to drought.  Recreation on Badger Flats is crazy Webb Smith wants to get with Forest service and meet out there to talk maybe come up with some options.

BLM: Nothing to report

State Lands: No change Brand and theft on federal lands each ranger district does not cross over and they don’t always know.  Brand and Theft Chris Whitney of the State wants to meet with the Sheriffs of the county to have a one on one and get brand inspection savvy.  New brand inspectors in Park County are and Colby Stone and Denae.  We should put them on the website under Resources page extension agents .

Legislative: Brian Crawford says that there is a lot of talk about the candidates for governor.

HPP :  John Woodward says they are looking for projects for fencing going thru now on any lands. Water, Fencing privet to public get both parties included.  Mitigate elk on land and fix fences that the elk break down.

Old Business

Beef Drawing- Only take as many tickets that you know you will sell.  IF you need more pick them up at Hitchin’ Post. Cut and wrapped Ricks or Crippen’s Processing.

Catch-a-calf- Steve would like to purchase another calf from cattlemen to sell again this year.  Catch an animal committee will not receive unless everything/everyone meets all 4-H requirements.  The Crawfords were disheartened due to what happened to last catch-a-calf, it got brisket.  The Crawfords are concerned about committee members and the participant who gets animal takes care or at least reaches out if they do not know how to care for animal.    Dennis Springer will sell a calf for this year.  Purchase will be in CCCA name still.

Dance- Instead of doing a dance in February lets do it in June have our meeting and then dance the evening away. Options are to maybe have it at the Lake George community park either June 1st or 8th  Feedback will be appreciated.

New Business:

Discussion Items:

Beef quality assurance- We need to do training again and update.  This will be a couple of hours we will try to have it at the Florissant Grange.  Stay tuned for time and place confirmation.

Sheriff Tom McGraw came by and spoke. He said the sheriff’s office is down 8 deputies.  New deputies will get a pay raise and more are interested in working in Park County.  Sheriff McGraw wants to work more of the recreation areas next summer and when fire bans are on the sheriff and deputies will go out on patrol and hand out tickets.  He wants to have heavier patrol for fires and trash.  Another topic is the Animal control for Park county, it would be nice if they got some cattle experience and have more interaction with brand inspector.  This will help when the cattle get out.  Sheriff McGraw said there will be weekend help from animal control so much happens on the weekend need more resources.

He said there are 4 they will be on call at night and will work one weekend and alternate.

Any ideas please let sheriff office know.

2% sales tax coming up in Nov emergency services, fire dept. sheriff office, can only be spent for specific agencies but not to road but must go thru commissioners to be approved.

Next Meeting –

TBD meetings  December 1st

March 2nd  in Hartsel

June Lake George Community park?

October

Meeting adjourned – 11:05 Approved by Dennis Springer, seconded by Tracy Rautenkrantz

June 9, 2018 CCCA Meeting Agenda

Call meeting to order: 5:54

 

Approval of the agenda: Motion to approve by Tracy Rautenkranz. Seconded by Ashley Boyington.

 

Secretary

Approval of minutes: Motion to approve by Cathrine Rautenkranz. Seconded by Webb Smith.

 

Correspondences:

 

Treasurer

Approval of Treasures Report:

 

Committee Reports

Scholarship Committee:

 

Federal Lands

Forest Service: Webb not sure how long we will be able to be out on pasture due to drought.

 

BLM:

 

State Lands: GPC water gates not too concerned on the pasture.

 

Legislative: Gov has not signed the CPW legislative act

 

HPP:

 

CLA (Colorado Livestock Association)

 

R-Calf: Wants COOL to be re-instated can we agree? No they want the meat in the store to be labeled USA Beef.  May be too costly.

 

Old Business

Dinner & Dance:  Alanna wants the dinner and dance again.

 

Scholarships: no scholarships no one applied. Alanna thinks maybe a breeding scholarship instead of a school scholarship.  Will have more info at next meeting

 

Beef Quality Assurance: Oct will be BQA training

New Business:

Park County Fair: Beef show only table and booth in barn. Woodward kids showing

 

Officer Nominations: No new nominees keep everyone as they are Motion to approve by John Woodward Seconded by Shane  Boyington.

 

Officer Elections Alanna Crawford – President, Webb Smith – Vic President, Deb Reuter – Treasurer, Ashley Boyington – Secretary

 

 

Discussion Items:

 

Next Meeting –

Oct. 6th

Dec. 1st

 

Upcoming Events:

Park County Fair July 20th 8AM

State Fair Committee Meetings August

 

Meeting adjourned: 6:17

Beef tickets again Webb wants to do the beef raffle again.  Dec 1st raffle Justin Snare ¼ Webb ¼

1k tickets ¼

2k tickets ½

Colby Stone is our new brand inspector.

April 7, 2018 CCCA Meeting Agenda

Call meeting to order: 9:08am

 

Introductions: Amy Mitchell, Alanna Crawford, Webb Smith, Dennis Springer, Dave Gottenborg Ashley Boyington, Kailee Edwards, Deb Reuter, John Woodward, Elizabeth Woodward, Tracy Rautenkranz

 

Approval of the agenda: Approved by Amy Mitchell, seconded by Dennis Springer

 

Secretary

Approval of minutes: Approved by Amy Mitchell, seconded by Dennis Springer

 

Correspondences:

 

Treasurer

Approval of Treasures Report: Approved by Dennis Springer, seconded by Tracy Rautenkranz

 

Committee Reports

Scholarship Committee:

 

Federal Lands

Forest Service: Webb they are to keep in touch with CCA w/ any allotments

 

BLM: Wild horse issues on western slope they are struggling with numbers

 

State Lands: not much

 

Legislative: CCA supporting Parks and wildlife, trying to stop the bag tag

 

HPP:  Next meeting has not been scheduled.  Funding has been spent if new project comes in more money will be available. Meeting in May (John will let me know so I can get it out)

 

CLA (Colorado Livestock Association):

 

R-Calf: Darrel Schriber couldn’t make it.  They would like to come to our annual meeting.

Mid Winter Conference: Membership engagement workshop (Alanna and Brian) day workshops. Trying to get more with social media.  Met w/ Jay Stapelton for Gov.  Very informative at all meetings same issues.

 

Catch-a-calf: John the calf that they donated got pneumonia/brisket complex had to Livestock committee got about $1000 for it. No calf this year for catch a calf at fair next year we will have another.

 

Old Business

Dinner & Dance: Dance was good lots of snow.  Not a huge turn out but still a good time.

 

 

Scholarships: No new applicants yet.  Hold out till next year?!

 

New Business:

Park County Fair: Alanna suggests have a booth this year at cattle auction.  Show support.

 

Annual Meeting: Will be at the Bull Moose in Guffey at 5pm Saturday June 9th.  Food will be roughly $30 per person please. After our meeting there will be a band so stay a while and have some fun.

 

CCA: May 15th ranch tour in Sadaila Alanna will get a flyer out must RSVP.  Tuesday 1-7 steak dinner included must pre-purchase tickets.  Get with Alanna for any more information.

 

Discussion Items:

 

Next Meeting –

June 9th  Bull Moose, Guffey, CO 5pm

Oct. 6th

Dec. 1st

 

Park County Sherriff speakers:

Monte Gore, Steve Spodyak, John Tighe, Tom McGraw, Gary Rhodes

 

Meeting adjourned

Winners from December 2017 Quarter Beef Drawing!

Congratulations to Terri & Randy Snare and Brenda Wojtecki for winning their quarter beef!

Central Colorado Cattlemen’s Association appreciates your support for the scholarship fund!

October 7, 2017 – CCCA Meeting Minutes

CCCA Meeting Agenda
October 7, 2017
Shawnee, Colorado

Call meeting to order: 9:18am Alanna Crawford

Introductions: Ashley Boyington, Alanna Crawford, Brian Crawford, Webb Smith, Denis Springer, Elizabeth Woodward, John Woodward, Todd Inglee

Approval of the agenda: Motion to approve agenda by Webb Smith seconded by Denis Springer

Secretary
Approval of minutes: Motion Brian Crawford seconded by John Woodward

Correspondences:

Treasurer
Approval of Treasures Report: Motion to approve Treasurer Report Denis Springer seconded by John Woodward

Committee Reports
Scholarship Committee (Webb, Steve Theresa, Britt on Scholarship committee)
Webb Smith wants to have some of the board to talk to the schools to get some interest. Push for scholarship availability to kids even if in different counties. Park county schools WP, CC Pine Canyon, Fairplay, Platte Canyon, Conifer Evergreen. Could we be added to the scholarship list at colleges like CSU? Meet and greet? Alanna Crawford will reach out.

Federal Lands
Forest Service: Webb Smith Grand Junction

BLM:

State Lands: Todd Inglee not much to report

Legislative:

HPP: John Woodward stated the committee changed the parameters. Grants will go to approving projects that have nothing to do with the conflicts.

Old Business:
Park County Fair: 3 days we were there but it went well. Cow pie bingo went pretty good and made $200
Beef Tickets: Dec. 2nd is the deadline for selling.
Independent Cattle Growers: Sent check Deb Reuter said they will come talk at next meeting. Webb Smith mentioned that someone from R-Calf needs to show up and talk.

State Fair (Disaster Liaison): Denis Springer spoke about trying to get help for the people with the fires or anyone who needs help Theresa Springer is the CCCA disaster liaison. Call her if you need assistance. Todd Inglee mentioned anyone who wants the liaison they would need to be trained on what to do. His local has a list of who has what someone can help with. Webb Smith wants us to make a list as well for all our members.

Catch-a-calf: John Woodward said drawing will be Oct. 16th 2017 3 steers and 3 kids. Kids will draw their steer/sponsor. Then the kids need to contact the sponsor they need to have the steer by November 13th, 2017. Encourage the kids to come to a meeting to update on how the steer is doing. Trying to get kids more involved.

Reports from annual meeting Grand Junction: Alanna Crawford and Webb Smith both attended. Meeting was really good. Forest Service had some head butting with BLM.
State Lands have gotten outrageous in price.

New Business:
Dinner / Dance: Alanna Crawford encourage new members. Webb Smith likes the Cultural Center Feb. 10th or Feb. 17th Motion to do a dinner and dance Denis Springer Seconded by Brian Crawford and John Woodward. Webb Smith make sure we are on the marquee. See if other associations can send out invites to the dinner / dance. Alanna will see if her grandpa can DJ.

Future meeting schedule:
Dec. 2nd Florissant Grange 9am
Feb. 10th or Feb. 17th Dinner, dance and meeting all in one
April 7th Fairplay
June 9th tentative
Oct. 6th
Dec. 1st
Webb Smith wants a ranch tour then go to a restaurant.
Motion to approve future meeting schedule Denis Springer Seconded by Ashley Boyington

Discussion Items:

Todd Inglee CCA President 2017-2018
Todd spoke about who the CCA is and how it came about. The CCA was formed in 1867. CCA is all done by volunteers. Todd was able to go to Korea and Japan to see how they run their associations. “We are feeding the world” Inglee said. US beef is overseas and they can’t get enough. It is truly appreciated by foreign countries. Market growth outside US is 96% more potential growth outside US. Japan brings more value for US beef exports. Huge market potential over seas. They love USDA Beef. Issues ahead: Water endangered species
Affiliate engagement, service fee structure change

Next Meeting – December 2nd, 2017 at the Florissant Grange. Meeting will be at 9am

Meeting adjourned: Motion Denis Springer seconded by John Woodward
11:35am