Spring 2017 Interns

January 31, 2017   -   Education, Featured

The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association is in search of an efficient and enthusiastic individual to assist the OCA’s Communications Director in a variety of business endeavors including, but not … READ MORE

Monument Expansion; A Disservice to the State

January 12, 2017   -   Current Issues, Featured, News

Salem, Ore. (January 12, 2017) – It is with sad acknowledgment that the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association reports to you that an expansion of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument in … READ MORE

Statement from the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association, November 18, 2016; Director of Agriculture

November 18, 2016   -   Featured, Legislative, News

A Statement from the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association; October 28, 2016

October 28, 2016   -   Current Issues, Featured, News, Press Releases

A statement from the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association on court number 3:16-mj-00004. Please contact the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association if you have any questions. Phone: 503.361.8941 Email: katie.schrock@orcattle.com    

What Does Doubling the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Really Mean?

October 13, 2016   -   Current Issues, Featured, News

Salem, Ore. (October 13th, 2016) – Oregon’s Democratic U.S. Senators have proposed an expansion to the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument that is overwhelmingly opposed by Oregon’s ranchers that make … READ MORE

Katy Coba Resigns as Director of Agriculture

August 24, 2016   -   Featured, Legislative, News

Salem, Ore. (August 24, 2016) – Katy Coba, a fifth-generation wheat farmer from Pendleton, Oregon has resigned as the Director of Agriculture for Governor Kate Brown after thirteen … READ MORE

Fall Quarterly 2016

August 9, 2016   -   Events, Featured, News

The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association Fall board meeting will be held September 22nd & 23rd! Join us at Oldfield Animal Teaching Facility (Oregon State University located across the street … READ MORE

Young Cattlemen’s Tour with Steven Doverspike

July 10, 2016   -   Education, Featured, News

What does the small town of Burns, Oregon and places like Washington D.C., Denver, Colorado, and Chicago, Illinois have in common? Beef. Youth delegates, passionate about the future … READ MORE

OCA 2016 Scholarship Recipients

June 15, 2016   -   Education, Featured, News

The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association is excited to announce five, $1,000.00 scholarship recipients for 2016. Learn more about each of these amazing young individuals who are working for the … READ MORE

With TPP, Time Really is Money

April 13, 2016   -   Featured, News, Press Releases

SALEM,Ore., (04/13/2016) – Everyday Congress waits to pass the Trans Pacific Partnership; the Oregon cattle industry is hurt by export tariffs that could be addressed with the passing … READ MORE

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