2018 Candidate Survey Results
The Hawaii Cattlemen's Council provided all of the candidates running for office the 2018 Candidate Survey. The survey provided a short introductory paragraph which gave the candidates some context on the questions, as well as providing them the opportunity to let our members know where they stand on the issues that affect our industry. This was a voluntary survey and is meant to provide our members the ability to make an informed decision at the voting booth. Please see the link below for their responses.
Representing Our Industry At The State Capitol
Each year, cattlemen represent their county and their operations during HCC's Cattlemen at the Capitol event. Their message is ever-changing like their industry and the critical challenges it faces. They have always been well received and are able to provide their specific experiences and share how the measures before the legislature will affect their operations.
Cattlemen at the Capitol - 2015
Cattlemen at the Capitol - 2016
Cattlemen at the Capitol - 2017
Representing Our Industry On Capitol Hill
Each year, Hawaii Cattlemen's Council participates in NCBA's Young Cattlemen's Council (YCC). NCBA’s YCC program is an opportunity for these young leaders to gain an understanding of the beef industry from pasture to plate. The YCC program also serves as a showcase for NCBA’s involvement in policy making, issues management, research, education and marketing. With the beef industry changing rapidly, identifying and educating leaders has never been more important. As a grassroots trade association representing the entire beef industry, NCBA is proud to play a role in that process and its future success. More than 1,000 cattlemen and women have graduated from the YCC program since its inception in 1980. Many of these alumni have gone to serve in leadership positions on state and national committees, councils and boards.
If you are interested in representing Hawaii in the YCC program, please contact our office.