CCA: 151st Year of State’s Leading Cattle Organization to be Led by Colorado Rancher and Local Beef Purveyor
CCA President, Todd Inglee, brings a unique perspective to the organization due to his diverse background throughout the beef industry. Todd, his wife Kim and three children Luke, Grace and Daniel manage their family’s hay and stocker ranch in the foothills of the Front Range. Todd is accustomed to the challenges of urbanization and brought that experience to the forefront when he and his family founded Ralston Valley Beef, a locally sourced beef company.
Early in Inglee’s professional career, he was employed by CCA. Even then he thought about what it might be like to become a CCA board member and ultimately the president of the organization. He had no idea this would happen on the 150th anniversary of CCA. Inglee has also experienced other sectors of the industry from a vaccination development company to working for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, along with a major beef cattle marketing company.
“We understand what it takes to feed a family these days, the desire to provide the best food possible, and the importance of being responsible stewards of the land,” said Inglee of the beef industry. “I am looking forward to serving the members of the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association as their president and working on issues of importance on behalf of all of Colorado’s beef industry.”
Colorado Cattlemen’s Association is the premier cattlemen’s association that serves as the principle voice and advocate for Colorado beef production by ensuring a dynamic and profitable industry that promotes growth and opportunity for future generations. Our commitment lies within these core competencies: Government Affairs – Issue Management – Communication and Outreach – Member Services and Benefits.