Welcome

About Us

The Tehama County Cattlewomen were originally formed as the Tehama County CowBelles

on April 25, 1953, starting with 74 members.

We are an organization that is an affiliate of the Tehama County Cattlemen's Association. Our membership includes women who are interested in the promotion of the BEEF cattle industry and those who are involved in the day to day business of raising cattle.

Our Creed

Believing that the livestock industry is of basic importance to world existence, we, the Tehama CattleWomen dedicate ourselves to support it with our labor and finances; to promote it through information and publicity; to encourage its producers with our understanding and love; to do all in our power to instill in the coming generation the love of the land and of life, the humility and awe before nature, and the hope and faith in the future that is inherent in Cattlemen and CattleWomen.
OUR MEETINGS Our meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month. NEXT MEETING September 2nd 12 noon at the Tehama County Farm Bureau
JOIN TCCW Want to be a part of TCCW? Just click on the Button below, print out a membership form, and send it in!
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2019 TCCW Officers The new officers for 2019 are (l-r) President Anne Owens, 2nd VP Cathy Tobin, Imm. Past President, Jeanne Smith, Treasurer Renee Ewing, Secretary Linda Walker, Corresponding Secretary Jean Barton. (Not pictured - 1st VP Shelley Macdonald.)
Congratulations to our 2021 Scholarship Recipients
MEET "Big Bertha” "Big Bertha" is Tehama County CattleWomen's new freeway sign. Look for her in the South County on the East side of the freeway. She is 6 1/2 feet tall and 8 feet long. Created for them by Doug Hammond. Bertha's10-inch lettering will greet travelers with a reminder to "Savor the Flavor" and to "Eat beef". Beef is good for you and your heart. “Big Bertha” was seen for the first time in the Red Bluff Round-Up parade and will appear at the 99th Annual Tehama District Fair and in the Cottonwood Rodeo Parade and the Los Molinos 4th of July Parade.
Annual Earth Day Presentations!! CattleWomen have been out and about presenting to classes throughout Tehama County. The presentations highlight the importance of the 3 Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle), the cattle industry and its role in the care of our environment.
OUR PRESIDENT Anne Owens
2020 “Cowbelle of the Year” Jane Daugherty

UPCOMING EVENTS

IN THE NEWS

Wonderful Sunday afternoon at the Highlands Ranch Resort as we met to honor our CowBelle of the Year, Jane Daugherty.
Vocational Kyle Raglin; Ag major: T.C. Drury, Stephanie Mills, Kari Dodd, Audra Brown. Non-Ag majors: Skylar Glines, Jenny McCluskey, Hailey Coelho, and Rhylee Garrison.
© TCCW

Welcome

About Us

The Tehama County Cattlewomen were

originally formed as the Tehama County

CowBelles on April 25, 1953, starting with 74

members.

We are an organization that is an affiliate of the Tehama County Cattlemen's Association. Our membership includes women who are interested in the promotion of the BEEF cattle industry and those who are involved in the day to day business of raising cattle.

Our Creed

Believing that the livestock industry is of basic importance to world existence, we, the Tehama CattleWomen dedicate ourselves to support it with our labor and finances; to promote it through information and publicity; to encourage its producers with our understanding and love; to do all in our power to instill in the coming generation the love of the land and of life, the humility and awe before nature, and the hope and faith in the future that is inherent in Cattlemen and CattleWomen.
Tehama County CattleWomen
10745 Shasta Boulevard, Los Molinos CA 96055 *Email: Contact Us
OUR MEETINGS Our meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month. NEXT MEETING September 2nd 12 noon at the Tehama County Farm Bureau
JOIN TCCW Want to be a part of TCCW? Just click on the Button below, print out a membership form, and send it in!
JOIN US JOIN US NEWS
MEET "Big Bertha” "Big Bertha" is Tehama County CattleWomen's new freeway sign. Look for her in the South County on the East side of the freeway. She is 6 1/2 feet tall and 8 feet long. Created for them by Doug Hammond. Bertha's10-inch lettering will greet travelers with a reminder to "Savor the Flavor" and to "Eat beef". Beef is good for you and your heart. “Big Bertha” was seen for the first time in the Red Bluff Round-Up parade and will appear at the 99th Annual Tehama District Fair and in the Cottonwood Rodeo Parade and the Los Molinos 4th of July Parade.
OUR PRESIDENT Anne Owens
2020 “Cowbelle of the Year” Jane Daugherty
Congratulations to our 2021 Scholarship Recipients
Vocational Kyle Raglin; Ag major: T.C. Drury, Stephanie Mills, Kari Dodd, Audra Brown. Non-Ag majors: Skylar Glines, Jenny McCluskey, Hailey Coelho, and Rhylee Garrison.
Tehama County CattleWomen
10745 Shasta Boulevard, Los Molinos CA 96055 *Email: Contact Us