A Voice for the Livestock Industry
“Representing Colorado’s livestock producers with a unified voice by advancing the interests of
members, livestock and the public.”
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.
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Dr. Temple Grandin, renowned animal handling expert, author and Colorado State University professor, traveled to three Colorado dairy farms. In attendance were CLA President Mary Kraft and CLA members Rick Podtburg and Bill Wailes, as well as representatives from Western Dairy Association and Dairy Farmers of America, Colorado Department of Agriculture Bureau of Animal Protection […]Read more