Our Colorado CattleWomen's Story

CCW is the premier women's organization dedicated to Colorado's beef producing families.

Started over 75 years ago as a partner to the Colorado Cattleman's Association, today's Colorado CattleWomen (CCW) is a non-profit who's mission is to educate, promote and protect Colorado's ranching families and the beef they produce. Through membership dollars and partnerships with industry leaders CCW is telling Colorado's beef story through local and state initiatives directed to youth and consumers.

The workforce behind these initiatives are not only women who run family ranches producing beef cattle across the state but also those who live off the ranch and have a passion for beef.  CCW's growing membership is as diverse as the weather in Colorado and it's members are from every corner and county. Sustainability, environmental stewardship, animal welfare and nutrition are just a part of the conversation in todays beef world, and CattleWomen are leading the beef community educating on and off the ranch the impact cattle have on the bounty and beauty that is Colorado.

Join us for "Rocky Mountain Rendezvous" ANCW Region 5 Meeting in Denver!

Come hang with your heifers at the 2023 ANCW Region 5 meeting being held in Denver, Colo., April 20-22. Click the link below for more details!

Region V Meeting Schedule & Details

Wild Rag Auction Generosity Raises $12,500

We always hope our auction items do well at the Annual Convention banquet but this one was personal this time. This wild rag honored our sister, our friend and our very own force of ag, Heather Hays Stinnett. The proceeds of this special wild rag were to be gathered for a scholarship fund set up in Heather’s honor. Napkins touched the corners of many eyes across the room as the generosity of an ag community came together to raise $12,500 from just one wild rag.

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