Haylea Jones, New Registry/Member Services Assistant of Canadian Charolais Association
The Canadian Charolais Association is pleased to announce Haylea Jones has been named the Registry/Member Services assistant of the Canadian Charolais Association.
Haylea grew up on a farm north of Didsbury, AB where she helped her family raise purebred and commercial cattle. Haylea was involved in 4-H for 10 years and participated in various junior shows across Alberta. In her spare time, she has been teaching skating all over central Alberta and taking university classes. Haylea looks forward to her new role at the Canadian Charolais Association and meeting all the members.
Craig Scott, New General Manager of Canadian Charolais Association
The Canadian Charolais Association is pleased to announce Craig Scott has been named the new General Manager of the Canadian Charolais Association. Starting May 15th, Craig will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Association.
Craig brings over 20 years of experience in the Charolais industry to the CCA, after having been a Fieldman and partner in the Charolais Banner for the past 20 years,working with Charolais breeders and marketing the breed. Craig was also a livestock photographer and partner with GRP Ltd. for the past 12 years.
He has served on numerous industry committees, including the CCA Ad and Promo Committee, and actively volunteers in many community events and organizations.
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Since our creation in 1959, the Canadian Charolais Association has served as one of Canada’s major beef breed associations. Based in Calgary, we continually strive to provide our members with up-to-date industry information.
The benefits of using Charolais cattle are obvious – cattlemen simply can’t deny their growth and carcass traits. Over the years, Charolais cattle have earned the reputation of producing cows who can handle a range of environmental conditions and bulls who increase the size and ruggedness of any herd. On the rail, Charolais genetics increase total red meat yield.
Whether you’re a producer looking for Charolais genetics, a member looking to further your involvement in the CCA, or an established breeder looking for producer news, we’re here to help. Contact us for more information on how you can get involved with the Canadian Charolais Association.