TCCW TEHAMA COUNTY CATTLE WOMEN
  • The Tehama County CattleWomen
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Contact Information: Tehama County CattleWomen PO Box 457 Red Bluff, CA 96080 * Email: tehamacountycattlewomen@hotmail.com
ABOUT US
OUR PURPOSE
OUR OFFICERS
NEWS
ANNUAL EVENTS
EVENT PHOTOS
SCHOLARSHIP INFO
BEEF AMBASSADOR
PROMOTING BEEF IN OUR COMMUNITY
LINKS
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Caendar of Events
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Our meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month. Check our Calendar for the time and location of each meeting! 

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ABOUT US
The Tehama County Cattlewomen were originally formed as the Tehama County CowBelles on April 25, 1953, starting with 74 members.
OUR PRESIDENT
Linda Borrer
Linda Borror
We are an organization that is an affiliate of the Tehama County Cattlemen's Association. Our membership includes women who are interested in the promotion of the BEEF cattle industry and those who are involved in the day to day business of raising cattle. 
UPCOMING EVENTS
Trail Ride - May 9th
Trail Ride
Registration Deadline May 5th
May 14-16 ANCW Region V,
Klamath Falls, OR
June 11-12 - CCW Mid-Year
Sacramento
 
2015 Ca. State Beef Ambassador Competition
The 2015 Ca. State Beef Ambassador competition was inspiring. There were 14 Juniors and 10 Seniors from all over the state that competed. Click here to read more
NEXT MEETING
May 7, 2015
 
LATEST NEWS
Tehama County CattleWomen May 2015 Monthly Newsletter
Why californians Are Starved of Water - Newsweek - 3/18/15
Information about the 2015 Dietary Guidlines (PDF)
Click on this link to send comments about proposed 2015 Dietary Guidlines
Board of Supervisors Presentation
The Tehama County Cattlewomen, led by President Linda Borror, went before the Tehama County Board of Supervisors today with a proclamation for Earth Day 2015. The focus was REDUCE, REUSE and RECYCLE in the Beef Industry. Attending were members Linda Borror, Joyce Bundy, Charlene Priest, Kelly Mouton, Linda Walker, Jeanne Smith, Dee Hill and Jean Barton.

A nice basket of locally grown products and locally grown beef jerky was presented to the Board so they might sample some great locally grown eats.. The basket included some beef by-products and locally grown almond hulls (used in feeding cattle) to stay with the theme of the proclamation. It was made clear that the Board need not eat the almond hulls.
Nice job ladies!!
Our Creed
Believing that the livestock industry is of basic importance to world existence, we, the Tehama CattleWomen dedicate ourselves to support it with our labor and finances; to promote it through information and publicity; to encourage its producers with our understanding and love; to do all in our power to instill in the coming generation the love of the land and of life, the humility and awe before nature, and the hope and faith in the future that is inherent in Cattlemen and CattleWomen.  
 
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