We provide an organization through which women function collectively to protect their industry, work toward solutions of beef cattle problems, to inform consumers of the importance of the industry and of the contributions it makes to the economy of the nation. Because of the prevalence of misinformation about BEEF, CattleWomen strive to provide accurate facts and reliable information to consumers concerning the nutrition of BEEF The continuing progress and prosperity of the industry is the thrust of all our activities.
The number of people in our business decreases each year, and our voice in national and local affairs is diminishing each year. That is why we, as a group, must work together and speak out for BEEF. If we who are vitally interested in the welfare of the BEEF industry do not support the industry, who will?
There are several state projects that are ongoing: BEEF FOR FATHER’S DAY, BEEF GIFT CERTIFICATES, legislative action calls, Ag Day promotions, BEEF education materials distribution, the Texas Beef Leaders of Tomorrow Program , and scholarship fundraising. Texas CattleWomen, Inc. partner closely with the Texas Beef Council. We proudly have representation on the Texas Beef Council and the Cattlemen’s Beef Board. Additionally, we have a seat on the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and have representation on numerous NCBA committees.
Each local chapter chooses its own name, determines what officers it will elect and committees it will name, chooses when and how often it will meet, writes its own by-laws (which must coordinate with the State Constitution and By-Laws), sets its own dues and plans its own projects in addition to participating in State and National projects.
When you join the Texas organization, you may also choose to join American National CattleWomen. Membership in the American National CattleWomen is required by the Texas CattleWomen, Inc. By-Laws for all state officers and board of director members.
The Texas CattleWomen, Inc.’s organization consists of local organizations that function not only for the needs of State and National goals, but also for the needs of their own communities. There are locals with as few as 5-10 members and some with well over a hundred. There is no set number to organize or continue a group. It is the work and cooperation of the members that counts. Women without access to an organized local group may join CattleWomen as a member-at-large (paying state dues only).
Joining the Texas CattleWomen, Inc. affords a woman the opportunity to bond herself to a unique group of women dedicated to the BEEF industry who share your hopes and faith in the future.