The SCA'S JOB IS to help Saskatchewan cattle producers succeed.
The Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association was established in 2009 with the mandate to provide a united voice for the province's beef industry, with representation from all industry sectors and across all regions of the province. As a development commission, the SCA works to develop and promote the industry by investing levies collected through the sale of beef cattle in the province.
The SCA was established with 11 regional districts across the province. One director is elected from each district, with two directors appointed from the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association (SSGA) and the Saskatchewan Cattle Feeders Association (SCFA). The sixteen-member board also includes the immediate past chair of the SCA.
Every registered producer (any Saskatchewan cattle producer who has paid levies within the last two years and has not received a refund) is entitled to one vote and is eligible to hold office as a director for the Association. Beef producers in Saskatchewan currently pay a $3 per head marketed levy. The administration of both provincial ($2 refundable) and national ($1 non-refundable) levies are the responsibility of the SCA. The authority to collect these levies is found under the Cattle Development Plan Regulations and is administered by the SCA. This is a producer-led and controlled fund, with beef producers in charge of leading and shaping their own industry.
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Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association
102 - 2255 13th Avenue, Regina, SK S4P 0V6
Office phone: 306-585-2333 (Regina) Toll Free: 1-877-908-2333
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