15th ANNUAL CATTLEMEN'S DAY
December 3, 2016
Northern Hotel, Billings, Montana
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - NO REGISTRATION FEE
LUNCH $20—PLEASE RSVP 467-2251 TO GUARANTEE A MEAL
9:00 a.m. Worker's Compensation Safety Workshop
· Participation qualifies for policy dividends
10:00 a.m. Mike Honeycutt—Executive Officer MT Dept. of Livestock
11:00 a.m. George Edwards– Livestock Loss and Mitigation
John Steuber—MT Wildlife Services
12:00 p.m. Lunch - French Dip with Swiss, potato salad, fruit, dessert
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1:00 p.m. Montana Senator Duane Ankney
· Coal and agriculture
2:00 p.m. Robin Sterrett—Colstrip engineer
· Power plant closures and affect on agriculture
3:00 a.m. Chaley Harney—Executive Director, MT Beef Council
4:00 p.m. MCA Annual Business Meeting—Open to all members
· Presentation of proposed resolutions· Nomination of officers and directors· Suggestions on issues for MCA to pursue in 2017
5:00 p.m. Social hour and no-host bar
Montana Cattlemen's Association Mission Statement:
To actively participate with Montana cattle producers to protect our industry's future.
To address market interests, serve to support Montana's environmental, cultural and historical heritage, and protect the interests of Montana cattle producers in international markets and trade issues.
The Montana Cattlemen's Association shall be true environmentalists in protecting and advancing their environmental positions in water rights, mineral rights and natural resources.
The purpose of MCA is to address the market interests of Montana cattle producers. MCA will serve to support the environmental, cultural and historical interests of Montana cattle producers. A primary purpose is to ensure prosperity to rural Montana by advancing the interests of agriculture.
The MCA Board is comprised of 12 directors elected as follows: Three districts - Western, Central, Eastern - with two directors each; four at large directors elected from any part of Montana; one business director; and one Native American director. Those districts and current directors can be found by clicking on the officers & directors button above. Your voice through your director is important to the success of MCA and your future.
With a host of challenges facing the cattle producer and his way of life, it is imperative that each and every cattleman in the State of Montana becomes more active in protecting his livelihood.
By joining MCA your voice will be heard and with hard work, dedication, and perseverance the cattle industry will thrive.
MCA is working on issues such as:
Montana Cattlemen's Association is a producer-driven grassroots organization committed to increasing profitablity for the Montana cattle industry. We are dedicated to increasing profit opportunities for you and your family as well as for future generations.
PLEASE JOIN US TODAY!
MONTANA CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION
PO Box 536
Vaughn, MT 59487