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Gila County Cattle Growers Association is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the Cattle Industry throughout Gila County, Arizona and the United States. We are committed to range conservation and preservation of open space for ranchers, the nature enthusiasts, the sportsmen, and adventurers.
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On May 8, 2017, the Gila County Cattle Grower’s Association 49th Annual Replacement and Stocker Sale grossed over $1 million for our ranchers and communities.
The sale included 1,197 head of premium livestock from Gila County ranches. The 685 steers had an average weight of 636 lbs and sold, on an average, for $148/CWT. Heifers, totaling 507, weighed an average of 563 lbs. and sold at an average of $141/CWT. Printable Market Report
To inform and educate the citizens of Arizona and New Mexico about the details, dangers and adverse impacts of the Mexican Wolf Release Program to our health, safety and economic well-being.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after the Arizona Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor of the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR) and upheld the agreements codified by the Congressman’s legislation, H.R. 4924, Read full press release.
1963 - Supreme Court Decree ends twelve years of litigation between California and Arizona over Colorado River. Arizona's 2.8 million acre foot allocation is confirmed, clearing the way for construction of the Central Arizona Project (CAP).
1971 - Central Arizona Water Conservation District (CAWCD) formed to construct Read more.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after submitting a language request to the House Appropriations Committee asking it to include language that would prevent presidential abuse of the Antiquities Act:
“During his time in office, President Obama has abused the Antiquities Act to designate or expand 22 national monuments and lock up more than three million acres of land. Shamefully, the president recently designated three new national monuments in the California desert encompassing nearly 1.8 million acres. The president, regardless of political affiliation, should not have unilateral authority to designate millions of acres of land without local public input or proper analysis.
“Unilateral designations that circumvent Congress under the Antiquities Act typically result in devastating consequences for local communities that negatively affect their future economic... Read Full Press Release.
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