Jun 14 2018

Brand Apparel Application

NMCGA Brand Apparel Application

Secure your brand on the NMCGA ligation fund! Life on the ranch is not always black and white, but we know that our way of life is being encroached on from outside forces. Put your brand on NMCGA’s new apparel and help support NMCGA’s efforts to preserve and protect our way of life for future generations. Included with your purchase of a brand space we will include the opportunity to purchase one brand tie at a special price of $25.

We are looking for 50 brands to be featured.  Each brand space will cost $100. To reserve your brands spot on our apparel please fill out this form and mail a check for $100 to NMCGA.  Introductory special for brand apparel ties & brand space is $125. First 50 brands reserved by October 1, 2018 will be accepted.

Click Here for Brand Apparel Application.

Click Here to Access NMCGA Store to purchase your brand spot.

 

Jun 14 2018

Thank You!

Special Thanks To Our Mid Year Meeting Sponsors

Premier Sponsor
CKP Insurance

Welcome Reception Sponsor
First American Bank

Monday Lunch Sponsors
AC Nutrition
Farm Credit of New Mexico

Ladies Lunch Sponsors
T-4 Cattle Company
Gail for New Mexico

Tuesday Lunch Sponsor
BNSF Railway

Awards Dinner Sponsor
Protect Americans Now

Audio/Visual Sponsor
Depot Farm & Ranch Agency

Registration Sponsor
Yvette for New Mexico

General Session Sponsor
Nunn Ranches
USDA-NRCS

Program Sponsor
Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association

Junior Tour/Pizza Party Sponsor
New Mexico Stockman– Caren Cowan

 Titanium Sponsor
Culbertson-Whatley Ranch ~ Dinwiddie Cattle Co.
DTMC Limited ~ Farmway Feed & Equipment Company
Hargrove Ranch Insurance ~ Multimin USA, Inc.
Neogen Geneseek ~ The Citizens Bank of Clovis
Silver II DBA Ojo Feliz Ranch, Atarque Ranch, Four Dinkus Ranch
Depot Farm & Ranch Agency

Platinum Sponsor
Corteva Agrisciences
Hermanas Ranch – Beverly Butler 

Gold Circle Sponsor
Bill King Ranch ~ Clovis Livestock, Inc. ~ Lee Cattle Co. ~ New Mexico CowBelles
Nikki Hooser & Kathy Longinaker ~ New Mexico State University – College of ACES
Wear Ranch – Mike Wear ~ CS Ranch ~ Nutrition Plus ~ Corteva Agrisciences

Silver Circle Sponsor
Bar M Real Estate ~ Wilson Ranch ~  Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health
Hall-Gnatkowski ~ R.B. White, PC ~ Roswell Livestock & Farm Supply
Robert L. Homer & Associates, LLC ~ Singleton Ranches  

Coffee Break Sponsors
ADM Animal Nutrition ~ Aero Tech Inc. ~ Ag Country Propane
Alan P. Morel, P.A. ~ Bar Cross Ranch Inc. ~ Richards Ranch, Inc.
Bar Guitar Liquid Feed Co. LLC ~ Chuckwagon CowBelles ~ Clayton Ranch Market
 Conniff Cattle Co., LLC. ~ Corteva Agrisciences ~ Eagle Guest Ranch
Gerald & Frances Chacon ~ Hennighausen & Olsen, L.L.P. ~ David McCrea
 Horse N Hound Feed N Supply ~  Hi-Pro Feeds ~ Insurance Services of New Mexico
James Polk Stone Community Bank ~ Kelling Ranch ~ New Mexico Convention of States
Tamara Hurt ~ Menges Ranch LLC ~ T & T Trailer Sales
Sierra Alta Ranch LLC ~ Oreana Communications
Move Cattle LLC/Superior Livestock Auction ~ Sierra Soil & Water Conservation District

Jun 07 2018

One Howl of a Need!

Recent federal court decisions have created a need to fund additional wolf litigation if Arizona and New Mexico ranchers and their families plan to stay on the ground. The precedents set by the Tucson Federal District Court 10J Rule case will have far reaching impacts on all endangered species.

To head that off, we will likely need to appeal the recent Tucson decision… But there is good news!

Your dollars will go farther than EVER before! We have had tow generous donors, CKP Drought Insurance and Alisa Ogden have pledged to match every dollar donated!

Click Here for Flyer.

Jun 01 2018

2018 Mid-Year Meeting

New Mexico Cattle Grower’s Association, New Mexico CowBelles & New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts Mid-Year Meeting

New Mexico Wool Growers, Inc. & New Mexico Federal Lands Council Annual Meeting

June 10 – 12, 2018/ Ruidoso Convention Center/Ruidoso, New Mexico

The 2018 New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association / New Mexico CowBelles / New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts Mid Year Meeting; New Mexico State University Short Course and the New Mexico Wool Growers, Inc. Annual Meeting are just around the corner. This largest mid-year gathering of New Mexico agriculture is scheduled for June 10 through 12 at the Ruidoso Convention Center in Ruidoso, New Mexico.   

Already it has been a busy year, but we hope that you can take some time out of your busy schedule to come and join us in some of the events we have to offer; bring the whole family!  We are happy to have New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts join us this year.  New Mexico CowBelles have new activities planned to help promote beef as well as our  Policy and Issues Sessions, Ladies Luncheon and NMSU Short Course, so there is bound to be something for everyone to enjoy.  As always, there will be a good mix of fun and learning to make this event worth your time. 

We will highlight the the 2018 Legislative Session, bills that passed and those that were vetoed, along with legislative issues that continue to be a concern and attack our lands and way of life.  The 2018 Elections are MORE IMPORTANT than ever!!!  It is never too early to start discussing who WE want to represent us both in the Roundhouse and on Capitol Hill.  New Mexico agriculture has strived to not only preserve our way of life but to enhance our livelihoods in providing food and fiber for all Americans.  NMCGA and NMWGI are proud of our members for all they do both on and off the ranch to achieve this goal. 

As you can see, we need your input to develop policy to fight these issues!  Throw all that in with the Bud Eppers & Les Davis Memorial Golf Tournament, where we cowboys get out our golf sticks at least once a year, along with good food, fun and fellowship, and a good time should be had by all!  Please make your reservations and registrations TODAY!  Click Here to Register Online.

Click Here for Mid Year Schedule

Click Here for Mid Year Registration Form

Click Here for Golf Tournament Registration Form

Jun 01 2018

New Junior Ranger Activity Book

Date: June 1, 2018
Contact: Interior_Press@ios.doi.gov
 

New Junior Ranger Activity Book Encourages Kids to Go Fish

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of the Interior along with the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will publish a new free booklet to help kids get hooked on fishing. Starting June 2, aspiring anglers can download the Junior Ranger “Let’s Go Fishing!” activity booklet, which will introduce them and their families to fishing and encourage healthy and responsible outdoor recreation.

“The Junior Ranger fishing booklet is a great tool to inspire future anglers to get out on the waters and enjoy the American pastime of fishing,” said U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke. “Fishing in the rivers and lakes of Montana as a kid instilled in me a lifelong love of the sport.”

In the coming weeks, kids can pick up a print version of the booklet, funded in part by the National Park Foundation, at more than 500 national parks, national wildlife refuges, and national fish hatcheries that offer fishing. Upon completion of the booklet, kids will be sworn in as Junior Ranger Anglers and receive a National Park Service or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service junior ranger badge.

“This booklet offers great opportunities to get kids and families outdoors, where they can make memories and enjoy the benefits of outdoor recreation together,” said National Park Service Deputy Director Dan Smith. “The activities encourage safe and enjoyable fishing experiences and promote the conservation of native fish and their habitats.”

“Teaching a child to fish gives him or her an outdoor skill that can bring a lifetime of pleasure,” said Cynthia Martinez, chief of the National Wildlife Refuge System, part of the Fish and Wildlife Service. “There are hundreds of national wildlife refuges and other public lands across the country — in both urban and rural communities — which are great places to fish, and this booklet will tell you all you need to enjoy them.”

“Discover the fun of sharing a fishing adventure with your friends and family,” said National Park Foundation President Will Shafroth. “Thanks to the support of generous National Park Foundation donors, this new book inspires people of all ages to get out and fish.”

For more information about the Junior Ranger “Let’s Go Fishing!” program or to download a copy of the booklet, visit www.nps.gov/subjects/fishing/. Visit fws.gov/refuges/kids/jrrangers for a list of the national wildlife refuges and national fish hatcheries participating in the program.

The Junior Ranger Angler program is one of more than 300 Junior Ranger programs in the Department of the Interior. Each is an intergenerational learning program that focuses on a site or theme tied to public lands. These activity books encourage young explorers to protect public lands, learn about the outdoors, and share their experiences with friends and family.

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