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California beef producers launch Resilience 2020 campaign

Campaign will reassure consumers that California beef producers are well positioned to provide ample beef supplies.

Source: California Cattlemen’s Association

“Just as cattle ranchers have emerged from disasters like drought, flood, wildfire and recession stronger than before, history will reflect that our shared resilience as Californians unites and defines who we are as a community,” said Mark Lacey, California Cattlemen’s Association president and rancher, in announcing Resilience 2020.

The new campaign is a combined effort of the California Cattle Council in conjunction with the California Cattlemen’s Association. The combined effort seeks to reassure consumers that California ranchers, in this time of adversity, are well-positioned to produce an ample supply of the safest, most sustainable beef anywhere in the world.

Moreover, as this pandemic passes, California’s cattle leaders want every community to know that our shared resilience as Californians will ensure we emerge stronger than ever.

Dave Daley, chair of the California Cattle Council and rancher, put the message of the campaign succinctly by saying, “California’s cattle community has seen it all and resilience ensures our survival. As the uncertainty of COVID-19 grips every community, there’s comfort knowing that we’re in this together. I have no doubt that California’s resilience will see us through this crisis stronger than ever.” 

To learn more about California’s beef supply and cattle ranching families, as well as how industry leaders are working to keep ranchers updated on the significant and fast-moving responses to the current crisis, visit www.calcattlemen.org/resilience.

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