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Held February 18, 2017 - A Great Success:
Even with cold temperatures and winter weather across much of the west, it did not keep cattlemen from attending the 51st Annual Fallon All Breeds Bull Sale held at the Fallon Livestock Exchange. This year’s sale featured bulls ranging from 14-25 months of age. Cattlemen from California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Utah attended the sale looking to buy their range-ready bulls for the year. The Sale Average for the top 75 bulls sold comes to $3,696.67. Breed Averages included: Angus for $3,681.45; Balancer for $3,150; Charolais for $3,408.33; Herefords for $3,246.15; and Red Angus for $3,500.
Read the rest of the report in here and in the March 2017 Sage Signals.
$1,000 Scholarship Available for High School Seniors
Each year the Nevada Cattlemen’s Association accepts applications for a $1,000 Scholarship open to all Nevada high School graduating seniors. For eligibility requirements and to download the application, click here.
- Fallon Bull Sale Report
- NCA Membership Update
- Beef Cow Workshop
- Steninger Receives Award
- NCBA/PLC News
- NDA: Invasive Species Infestation
- USDA News
Available online now and included with the
October 2016 issue of Sage Signals.
2015-2016 NCA Member Directory
Nevada Ranchers Receive BLM Rangeland Stewardship Awards
BOISE, Idaho (September 9, 2016) – Today, at the 2016 Public Lands Council Annual Meeting in Boise, Idaho the Bureau of Land Management announced the winners of this year’s Rangeland Stewardship Awards. We at Nevada Cattlemen’s Association are excited that two of the four awards given were received by Nevada Ranchers!
We would like to congratulate the Mori's of Tuscarora, NV for winning the Rangeland and Stewardship award for a grazing permittee; the Shoesole Resource Management Group of Elko County; they are the recipients of the Rangeland Stewardship award for a collaborative team. Members of this group include the Cottonwood, Boies and Home ranches. They are a collaborative, consensus-based group, working on natural resource management and are devoted to sustaining healthy and productive public and private landscapes.
Smith Creek Ranch Honored for Stewardship Efforts
DENVER (July 15, 2016) – Smith Creek Ranch, Austin, Nev., was honored as one of six Environmental Stewardship Award Program (ESAP) winners during the Cattle Industry Summer Business Meeting. CONTINUE READING
Oversight Hearing on Challenges and Potential Solution for BLM's Wild Horse and Burro Program
Held June 22, 2016
NCA Comments on Sage Grouse “Not Warranted” Listing
The Nevada Cattlemen's Association (NCA) supports the United States Fish and Wildlife Services (USFWS) recent designation of the Greater Sage Grouse (GRSG) as "not warranted" under the endangered species act of 1973. NCA feels this was the correct designation for the benefit of the Greater Sage Grouse, rural communities and the environment. The designation will hopefully result in the continued trend of positive habitat restoration on more than 17 million acres of habitat in Nevada. The recovery rate of species listed as endangered by USFWS under the ESA to date is poor, to say the least, with less than 1% actually recovering.
Read complete comments HERE
CATTLE SHOOTINGS REWARD AT $26,200
Numbers standing at 65 shot, 10 dead, 55 walking wounded including a 3 month old calf with most of jaw shot off
If you have information please contact the Elko County Sheriff at 775-777-2507 or the Nevada Department of Agriculture Brand Division at 775-738-8076.