Announcements

SACPA Litigation Fund Calf Rollover Auction October 17

SACPA has established a new fund controlled by its board of directors. For lack of a better name, it is called the “lobbying and litigation fund, or the L&L fund.” Santa Rita Ranch is sponsoring a Calf Rollover Sale at the Marana Stockyards and has donated a calf to initially fund this effort; the sale […]

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Reminder and Agenda: SACPA Fall Gathering Oct. 20!

           Fall Meeting – Saturday 20 October – Marana Stockyards   AGENDA WELCOME 8:00 – 9:00    Registration  – Meet and Greet with our Politicians – Coffee and Doughnuts 9:00       Welcome. Pledge of Allegiance. Prayer.   Introductions 9:05        Video:  Arizona Ranchers Care 9:20        Lauren Maehling, Arizona Beef Council Update 9:35        U.S. Congressman Tom O’Halleran, Legislative District 1 (House […]

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Save the Date! SACPA meeting October 20, 2018

See you Saturday October 20 at SACPA’s fall gathering! Place: Marana Stockyards Start Time: 8:00 AM. We will begin with coffee & doughnuts. 8:00-9:00 AM Meet & greet political candidates. Also on the tentative Agenda: Short video presentation on Arizona agriculture Political candidates will speak for 5 minutes and have 5 minutes for questions Presentation on […]

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Range Beef Cattle Workshop 11/2/2017

The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, the Marley Endowment for Sustainable Rangeland Stewardship, and the Pima Natural Resource Conservation District  present:   Range Beef Cattle Workshop on Genomics, Herd Health, and Range Cow Efficiency Click here to download the workshop flyer.   WHEN: Thursday, November 2, 2017, 8:00 AM-4:00 PM   WHERE:  Santa Rita Ranch, 8200 […]

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SACPA’s Fall Gathering is October 14!

DETOUR ALERT We have a small issue regarding the SACPA fall meeting this Saturday.  The Ajo exit on i-19 will be closed. For those coming from North Tucson, Phoenix, Pinal County and Marana: You should be able to plug 14990 S Sasabe Road into your phone and it should take you to the ranch, but the verbal […]

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