In addition to being a well-known animal scientist, educator and agriculture advocate, Butte County’s Dave Daley is primarily a rancher. Daley was elected by his fellow cattlemen to serve as a CCA Second Vice President at the 2012 CCA Convention in Santa Clara.
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 in the College of Agriculture at California State University, Chico, where he has been influential in the lives of other current and 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 for. He also serves as advisor to the Young Cattlemen’s Association at Chico State.
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