Youth Agricultural Programs
The Lane County Livestock Association (LCLA) was founded in 1939 and has operated continuously as the primary association for livestock producers in this county. The LCLA is a supporter an advocate for the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association. The LCLA has three primary- functions: to serve as a social connection between livestock producers; to sponsor producer education programs in partnership with Oregon State University; and to support youth programs through 4-H, FFA, and the Lane County Fair. Encouraging youth to pursue careers related to livestock, agriculture, and related services has become a top priority for LCLA.
Beginning Farmer/Rancher Ag Grant
Beginning Farmer/Rancher Ag Grant - open to all ages, applications are due Sunday, August 1, 2021.
Grant will be awarded at picnic at the end of August.
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LCLA 2021 Youth Producer of the Year Video Presentation
To serve as a social connection between producers
To sponsor producer education.
To support youth programs through 4-H, FFA and the County Fair.
Become A Member!
The Lane County Livestock Association (LCLA) was founded in 1939 and has operated continuously in Lane County since then. It is the primary association for livestock producers in Lane County and is associated with the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association. The LCLA has three primary functions
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