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Statement From NCBA CEO Colin Woodall on the Impact of Coronavirus on the U.S. Beef Supply Chain

ICA too has been watching the uncharted decline in the cattle futures. The store shelves show that there is a continued demand for high quality protein provided by our producers.  We are continuing to send the message that our producers are feeling the strain of the market crunch and we are hopeful the demand will create a rapid price spike following the uncertainty created by this circumstance.

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News Releases

February 24, 2020

Idaho Cattle Association Welcomes Taylor Reeves as Communications Director

The Idaho Cattle Association is pleased to welcome Taylor Reeves who will be serving as the Communications Director.

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February 7, 2020

Grazing Scoping Update

News Release Washington D.C.  Contact:  blm_press@blm.gov BLM continues scoping meetings to identify potential improvementsto administration of grazing regulations on public lands BLM seeks to identify possible revisions to regulations covering 18,000 permits, leases...

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November 7, 2019

The Idaho Cattle Association is looking to hire a new communications director

The Idaho Cattle Association is looking to hire a new communications director November 7, 2019 The Idaho Cattle Association (ICA), is seeking candidates for the position of Communications Director. The Communications Director is responsible for the development and execution of...

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August 8, 2019

Ryan Steele - Young Beef Leader

ICA BOARD MEMBER RYAN STEELE SELECTED AS NCBA’S YOUNG BEEF LEADER ADVISORY GROUP REGION 5 REPRESENTATIVE   August 8, 2019 Idaho Cattle Association (ICA) Board Member Ryan Steele of Idaho Falls was selected by his industry peers from across the region to serve as NCBA...

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