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David A. Daley

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Chico State University

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Background Information

Employment History

Second Vice President

California Cattlemen's Association


Affiliations

University of California

Member of the Animal Welfare Task Force


Young Cattlemen's Association

Advisor


CBCIA

Board Member


UC Animal Welfare Task Force

Technical Advisor To Other Livestock Groups, Member


Beef Improvement Federation

Board Member


Public Lands Council

Board Member


Education

Ph.D.

California State University , Chico


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www.blockandbridle.org [cached]

David Daley
530-898-4539 ddaley@csuchico.edu


Summit Presentations | California Rangeland Conservation Coalition

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"Opportunities and Challenges for California's Ranchers from Local Rangelands to Global Markets", Dr. Dave Daley, Chico State University


NBCEC - National Beef Cattle Education Consortium Site - hosted by Iowa State University

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Dave Daley, Chico State University


CC 2016 Whole-herd Makeover - Cowboy Style

4cattlemen.com [cached]

The panel included David Daley, a California rancher and interim dean for the College of Agriculture at California State University, Chico; Patsy Houghton, owner and operator of Kansas-based Heartland Cattle Co.; Tom Brink, founder of Top Dollar Angus Inc. and new CEO of the Red Angus Association of America; and Don Schiefelbein, co-owner of Schiefelbein Farms at Kimball, Minn. Moderator Tom Field with the University of Nebraska facilitated questions and weighed in on the discussion, while Kent Andersen, technical services specialist for sponsor Zoetis, introduced the "barstool discussion" and provided the session wrap-up.
Moderator Tom Field (left) with the University of Nebraskawith the panel: David Daley, a California rancher and interim dean for the College of Agriculture at California State University, Chico; Patsy Houghton, owner and operator of Kansas-based Heartland Cattle Co.; Tom Brink, founder of Top Dollar Angus Inc. and new CEO of the Red Angus Association of America; and Don Schiefelbein, co-owner of Schiefelbein Farms at Kimball, Minn. Daley responded saying, "I don't see that; demand is still strong ... People like our product. I'm an optimist." He noted that for beef to remain profitable it will be important to keep costs in line and continue to promote and expand export markets. Daley expressed that in the West he and many other ranchers have the challenge of running cattle on public lands. "We may not see the cattle in months," he said. Daley noted, "It's hard to expand unless you have a good plan and a banker who likes you. He added, "The challenge with expansion is the weather; you aren't going to control that." Longevity is also important to expansion, Daley said, "If I don't have longevity in my cow herd, I can't expand. It's expensive to replace a cow." He pondered that there "are a few producers who are smart enough to be counter-cyclical, and concluded, "You gotta have the feed, gotta have the cattle, and gotta have rain."


President Dave Daley, Ph.D.

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Dave Daley, Ph.D.
President Dave Daley, Ph.D. In addition to being a well-known animal scientist, educator and agriculture advocate, Butte County's Dave Daley is primarily a rancher. Dave Daley was elected to serve a two year term as CCA President in Sparks, Nev. at the 100th CCA & CCW Annual Convention. Daley runs the family ranch near Oroville alongside his children, Kyle, Kate and Rob, who are all passionate about the family business. Daley is also a professor of animal science and associate dean of the College of Agriculture at California State University, Chico, where he has been influential in the lives of up-and-coming young cattlemen throughout the state. Daley's experience as a cow-calf producer and an educator make him invaluable to CCA and California's beef producers. In addition to being heavily involved with CCA, Daley is also a past-president of Butte County Cattlemen's Association, has been active in land use issues for the Farm Bureau and cattlemen; was a member of the University of California's Animal Welfare Task Force, and co-chair of CCA's Animal Welfare Task Force. He also serves as advisor to the Young Cattlemen's Association at Chico State. As a 5th generation rancher, and long-time public lands rancher in the Sierra Nevada, Dave is actively involved in protecting rancher's ability to graze public lands and serves on the Public Lands Council Board of Directors. Dave also serves nationally on the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Board of Directors. Click Here to contact Dave Daley, Ph.D. about issues concerning you. CCA President Dave Daley Ph.D.


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