Whether you own cattle or you're just interested in learning more about our Idaho cattle industry, we hope you'll find this website useful. Take some time and look around.
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Zoetis Save the Range Initiative
Zoetis, an animal health company, has announced the Idaho Save the Range Initiative, an effort to protect Idaho’s grazing range by bolstering the Cattle Association Legal Fund (CALF) through contributions based on product sales. From August 1, 2015 through November 10, 2016, Zoetis will contribute monetarily to CALF for each documented dose of Zoetis vaccines, implants, and EAZI breed CIDR used by Idaho cattle producers. Likewise, Zoetis will make a contribution to CALF when Idaho cattle producers utilize Dectomax, Valbazen, Lutalyse, Factrel, and anti-microbials. Each donation will be made to the CALF in the name of the producer.
Contributions to CALF will be qualified after a copy of receipts of product are submitted to the Idaho Cattle Association (ICA) office via mail at P.O. Box 15397, Boise, Idaho 83715 or electronically to email@example.com. ICA will tabulate total doses used and submit the tabulation and a copy of the receipts to Zoetis for corroboration.
Idaho's Fight toPreserve the West
Whatever the circumstances may be, pasture demand is in short supply. Throughout the state, cattle producers are impacted by drought, wildfire, and competition for high-value irrigation ground to provide ample pasture for their livestock herds.
This webpage is meant to serve as an exchange amongst farmers who may wish to plant annual cover crop for grazing, and cattle producers who are int he market for renting pasture. This relationship can be mutually beneficial for both the landowner and cattleman.
Cover crops can provide many soil benefits while producing an additional source of income for the operation. Please see the resource links below:
If you are interested in planting cover crops for grazing, or simply wish to graze volunteer crops, crop aftermath, winter wheat, or any pasture you are not utilizing, you can sign up here to be a part of a confidential database available only to livestock producers who have expressed interest in leasing seasonal grazing ground.
Likewise, cattle producers who are interested in leasing grazing ground can sign up here to be included on a list of contacts for landowners with potential for available forage.