Welcome to Pickens County Cattlemen's Association


What's New:


Feb 2019 FSA Bulletin
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List of upcoming Bull Sales / replacement sales
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Good idea for managing black vultures from the Kentucky Cattleman Newsletter.  Click here for more info  (Thanks to Dr. Patty Scharko for sending us this information.)

CU In the Pasture is now online
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Announcements:


PCCA Freezer Beef Committee meeting, 2/19/19, 7PM.
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Clemson Cooperative Extension has several outstanding upcoming programs. They include: Caring for the older Farmstead, Sustainable Small Farms & Backyards, Master Beef Producer Level II, and Farm Pond Workshop.
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Breeding Soundness Exam Clinic for producers on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 11:00 am.
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Private applicator training
and licensing exam 2-12-19
at Oconee Clemson extension office.
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PCCA Scholarship program just announced
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Upcoming PCCA Meetings!
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The Pickens County Cattlemen's Association would like to welcome you to our site. We offer informative meetings on a myriad of subjects including pasture management, calving problems, animal health, and selecting the right bull, just to name a few.

We are committed to the cattle industry and the promotion of beef. We are stewards of the land and the animals.

If you have cattle and live in Pickens County, or surrounding counties, we urge you to join the PCCA or your local Cattlemen's association and the South Carolina Cattlemen's Association (www.sccattle.org) in order to stay up on the latest information. If you have no cattle, but enjoy a good steak, come join us at a meeting and see where your beef is raised. CLICK HERE to fill out a membership form.

Thank you and Welcome.



Our Mission

The mission of the Pickens's County Cattlemen's Association is:
• To promote the development of the cattle industry by providing educational programs and field days to increase the knowledge and profitability of Pickens County cattlemen.
• To cooperate with other individuals, agencies and associations mutually interested in these purposes.
• To support the South Carolina Cattlemen's Association as an association.