David Daley

David A. Daley

Associate Dean, College of Agriculture at California State University , Chico

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400 West 1st St, Chico, California, United States
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(530) 898-4636

General Information


Coordinator of the Beef Program - CSU

Student - Doc


Ph.D.California State University , Chico


President - California Cattlemen's Association

Member of the Animal Welfare Task Force - University of California

Board Member - Public Lands Council

Board Member - Beef Information Centre

Advisor - Young Cattlemen's Association

Advisor - Chico State

Board Member - CBCIA

Technical Advisor To Other Livestock Groups, Member - UC Animal Welfare Task Force

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

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ANCW: Leadership Lessons from the Roundtable

Leaders included Kim Brackett, president of the Cattlemen's Beef Board; Dave Daley, professor at California State University-Chico; Tammi Didlot, president of Select Force and past ANCW president; Jeff Fowle, rancher and founder of the AgChat Foundation; Craig Huffhines, transitioning from the executive vice president of the American Hereford Association to the executive vice president of the American Quarter Horse Association; Scott George, rancher and past National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) president; Chelsea Good, vice president of government & industry affairs for the Livestock Marketing Association (LMA); Lauren Neale director of communications for the Tennessee Cattlemen's Association; Forrest Roberts, NCBA CEO; and Kathy Simmons, chief veterinarian for NCBA.
Daley noted that the agriculture industry needs what we've always had, and that is passionate, hard-working people.

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Cattle Experts Agree on the Value of Crossbreeding | LimousinLive

David Daley, Ph.D., is an associate dean in the California State University-Chico College of Agriculture, where he directs the school's beef program.
He also manages his own herd of several hundred commercial cows. "Recently, I am hearing concern from some very large, progressive producers as their cows become more straightbred in a tough environment. Longevity, rebreeding and calf survivability all become important issues," Daley said. "I am confident that we can no longer forget how to reduce input costs, and heterosis has to be part of that equation," Daley stated.

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