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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

May 20, 2020

USDA to Begin Accepting CFAP Applications

USDA to Begin Accepting CFAP Applications Beginning May 26, USDA will be accepting applications from agricultural producers who have suffered losses due to the coronavirus pandemic.  Eligible Livestock: Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) assistance is available to...

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April 8, 2020

Frequently Asked Questions - Grazing Management on BLM-Managed Public Lands

Frequently Asked Questions - Grazing Management on BLM-Managed Public Lands HQ200 4/2/2020 The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) remains focused on the safety and well-being of our and employees and the public we serve across the United States. To support President Trump’s call ...

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March 31, 2020

ICA Position on Stimulus

ICA POSITION ON STIMULUS MARCH 30, 2020 The Idaho Cattle Association has sent a letter to the Idaho State Senators and Representatives regarding the recent impact on the cattle market. Click the link below to read the letter. Read The Letter Here

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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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