Events


Monthly Breakfast Meetings

Breakfast meetings will be starting again September 13, 2021 at Elmer's in Springfield at 6:30 am.
The LCLA educational breakfast meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month (except summer months) at Flash Back Restaurant, 42nd & Main Street in Springfield at 6:30 a.m. Any changes will be sent via email.

Legends of the Fall - Show Heifer and Show Steer Sale

Saturday, October 2, 2021
Arcuri Ranches and Colson Cattle Co.
Sale will be at Colson Cattle Co.
Contact Ryan Arcuri for details - 541-520-0436
Facebook page: Arcuri Ranches and Legends of the Fall Steer and Heifer Sale



Annual LCLA Dinner and Auction

2022 Annual Banquet date - February 19th, 2022.

Spring Livestock Tour

The last weekend of April in each year a large group of Lane County Livestock members take a road tour to a cattle producing part of the state. The leaders arrange in advance for the group to see various livestock operations in the area. The tour typically starts Friday afternoon and ends Sunday. Typically the leaders have scouted and found local motels and like for people to rent and there are one or two group dinners or lunches during the tour. The Lane County group is always very welcome in a community and the group gets to see things that are not usually open to public. There is lots of beautiful scenery on these tours.

Arrangements start early in the year and all the arrangements are made by email.

Annual LCLA Picnic

The LCLA Annual Picnic will be held August 29th at 1:00pm at Sly Farms in Creswell.

LCLA 2021 Youth Producer of the Year Video Presentation

Congratulations to the 2021 Winners!
Deadline for submitting a Youth Producer of the Year application is January 1, 2022.

Congratulations to our 2021 Producers of the Year!

Producer of the Year: Carl and Jeannie Drews of Pleasant Hill, OR.

   

LCLA Event Photos

Ranch Tour

Ranch Tour

Ranch Tour

Fall Picnic

2019 Banquet

2019 Banquet

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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Thank You For Your Interest


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