Education & Announcements

SACPA fundraising calf rollover auction November 17, 2021

WHAT: Calf rollover auction WHY: To raise funds for SACPA’s activities for 2022 Where: Marana Stockyards When: November 17, 2021 Please consider donating a calf or cash to this important auction. Funds raised will support our annual membership fees in the Arizona Farm and Ranch Group and prepare us to take on any necessary litigation […]

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February 18-19, 2022: Herd Improvement & Bull Selection Symposium

Herd Improvement & Bull Selection Symposium for All Commercial Western Ranchers February 18 & 19, 2022  Friday-Saturday– Mesa, AZ Sponsored by the Arizona Cattle Industry Research and Education Foundation Thanks to generous sponsors, no charge for attendance. Friday evening Banquet included. Speakers–the most knowledgable experts in the country, or perhaps the world:   Dr. AlisonVan Eenennaam, […]

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SACPA In-Person Gathering Saturday, August 21, 2021

In-Person SACPA Meeting Saturday, August 21  Please RSVP to Micaela (520) 393-1722  ASAP Location: The Bell Ranch, 97 Old Ruby Rd, Nogales, AZ                       Directions: Heading South on I-19 take Exit 12 to West Frontage Road. Head south on West Frontage Road approximately 1/3 mile. Turn […]

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Governor Ducey Signs FY 2022 Budget and Tax Reform Bills

This week, Governor Ducey signed tax reform and budget bills passed by the Arizona State Legislature. The tax reform bill includes a 2.5% flat tax. The budget bill prohibits K-12 schools from promoting racist propaganda, punishable by fines up to $5,000 per event. The governor posted several press releases summarizing more information on the highlights […]

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Governor Ducey Stands Up for Arizonans

  Recent Important Gubernatorial Activity In the last couple of weeks, Governor Ducey co-signed two important letters with other governors. (Please consider sending him a note of thanks.) 1. Governor Ducey co-signed a letter with Texas Governor Greg Abbot, dated June 10, 2021, requesting border assistance from the other states. The two governors wrote to […]

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