The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association is a not-for-profit organization established in 1932 that is made up of eight provincial member cattle associations. These members represent the association to a national, 27-member board of directors. The board provides a unified voice for the organization to speak on issues occurring in the beef and cattle industry. Aside from the board of directors are the operating divisions, which carry out the daily work to support the association’s vision, policies and recommendations that are established by the board. Since its debut, the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association has been evolving the industry and working on a wide range of issues regarding Canadian beef providers.
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