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2023 LCA ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP CONVENTION

The LCA Membership Convention is going to the Bentley, The Hotel Bentley - Alexandria on January 6-8th, 2023. You won't want to miss out on the fun we have instore!

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During the Convention we will be hosting our 2023 LCA Queen Contest. Applications are due Nov. 1st.

Queen Contest application

We are in search of two Louisiana Collegiate Cattlemen to serve as interns during the convention. Applications are due Dec. 1st.

LCCA Internship Application

2023 LOUISIANA BQA AWARDS

For the first time Louisiana is awarding individuals/families that go above and beyond to ensure their cattle operations are upholding Strick BQA standards. On January 7th during the LCA Membership Convention we will award a marketer, a cow/calf producer, and a BQA educator on their great work. Nominations for the award are now open and are due Dec. 1st. AWARD CRITERIA 

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For only $50 a year, you can be part of the Louisiana Cattlemen’s Association and help support a myriad of programs that advance our mission and give back to the community.

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Our website, monthly magazine, and event sponsorships offer outstanding ways to reach your target audience. We have a variety of options to suit any budget.

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Support Local Producers-Buy BEEF

Whether you are looking to purchase select cuts or a whole calf, we have producers located around the state to meet your needs. 

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Local Cattle for Sale

Looking to purchase bulls, cows, or heifers? See what our producers have to offer. If you don't see what you're looking for, check back periodically for new listings. 

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SUPPORTING MORE THAN 5,500 CATTLEMEN IN LOUISIANA

It all started in 1928. with a handful of concerned Louisiana cattlemen and government officials. The organization was formed on the battle line of the cattle tick invasion. Our numbers grew as did our aspirations about the industry. Word spread and parish groups sprang up. A formidable group of land owners with cattle had been formed. It was called the Louisiana Cattlemen’s Association.