Colorado Livestock Association (CLA) was formed in 1998 through a restructuring of the then 43 year old Colorado Cattle Feeders Association (CCFA). Now composed of feeder (cattle & sheep), producer (cattle & sheep), dairy, swine, and industry partner members, the association works on behalf of these members in the regulatory and legislative arenas. Additionally, CLA has a strong safety and workers compensation program comprised of livestock producers that benefit from pooling their resources and developing a strong safety culture on their operations.
President Nolan Stone shares his thoughts about the future of the livestock industry and of the Association. Nolan Stone, President of the Colorado Livestock Association, is a fifth generation Colorado cattlemen who was raised near Karval, 17 miles southeast of Punkin Center. For the past 17 years, Nolan has worked for JBS Five Rivers Cattle […]Read more