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CCA WINS IN 2020

The ongoing support of California’s ranching community is key to CCA’s success. Together we are making a difference. With your help, we secured major victories in 2020, including:

  • Successfully opposed Proposition 15, the largest tax increase in California history. If passed, Proposition 15 would have eliminated critical Proposition 13 protections that help keep our property taxes in check.

  • Secured the commercial production and release of a Foothill Abortion vaccine, a critical achievement for the cattle industry with decades of research, hard work and the investment of millions of dollars.

  • Obtained COVID-19 relief funding to ease the impact of the virus on our businesses.

  • Defeated legislation that would have limited the availability of food byproducts for use in animal feed, killed a proposal to require a consumption-based greenhouse gas inventory only for animal food products with the express goal of “Reducing animal food intake,” and defeated legislation that sought to increase regulatory burdens under the California Environmental Quality Act.

  • Worked alongside the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association to ensure that federally, ranchers saw significant reforms in the Endangered Species Act, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and advancements in trade policy like the ratification of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

  • Defeated legislation that attempted to replace beef in school lunches with vegan options

Our work is far from complete, and we remain committed to advocating for ranching in Sacramento and Washington, DC. CCA has already been working tirelessly to lay the groundwork with the Legislature and Administration to ensure that wildfire resilience is top-of-mind as we roll into the 2021-22 Legislative Session. With your help and resilience, we will be laser-focused on achieving major fireforms, along with other victories this upcoming year.

LATEST NEWS

CCA is working to keep consumers and ranchers up to date on issues surrounding beef cattle production.

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LATEST NEWS

CCA is working to keep consumers and ranchers up to date on issues surrounding beef cattle production.

READ THE LATEST ISSUE

  • May Magazine Cover

KEY ISSUES

MEMBER BENEFITS

By being a CCA member, you play an integral role in protecting California’s ranching heritage, while gaining additional members-only benefits.

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CCA Government Affairs Team

CCA’s lobbyists work exclusively on issues affecting our state’s ranching families and are a strong voice for California ranchers in legislative and regulatory affairs.

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Exclusive Anaplasmosis Vaccine

When you join CCA, you have access to the member-exclusive anaplasmosis vaccine. Save money on this discounted product to protect your herd from the pathogen.

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CCA publications

Magazine and Publications

Through CCA's publications, members receive weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly updates to keep them updated on all that is happening with ranching in the Golden State.

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Discounted Pacific Trace Minerals

CCA offers the Se365 Selenium Bolus from Pacific Trace Minerals to CCA members at a significant price reduction. Call or fill out the order form online today!

WHY CALIFORNIA NEEDS CATTLE

Today, California’s ranching families are as diverse as any in the world. Ranchers own and/or manage approximately 38 million acres of privately and publicly owned rangelands.

Most California ranches have been in the same family for four or more generations. The long-term success of ranching operations requires the careful stewardship of animals and the environment.

California rangelands provide habitat for hundreds of species, endangered and nonendangered, many of which depend on grazing for their habitat.

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