MRJ wrote:OT, I can't let you leave the impression that NCBA is the only contractor for checkoff funds, nor that they have ANY control over the funds. Surely you know better than that.
There are many other contracting organizations. Anyone can present a project to the CBB which is a totally separate organization that controls the funds, and if that board believes it worthy they can award a contract. Remember, those contracts are on a cost recovery basis only, though, and not many groups are eager to do the work on that basis.
Contrary to your opinion, OT, NCBA did not refuse to hold a referendum on the checkoff. The law does not allow a referendum without a successful petition signed by a mere ten percent of cattle producers asking for such a vote. LMA, angry after they failed in stopping an NCBA project with which they disagreed, determined, as one of their directors, Herman Schumacher stated, " we had to go after the checkoff to stop NCBA".
Hanta Yo wrote: NCBA has nothing to do with the Check-Off, the CBB does.
Hanta Yo wrote:"Behind closed doors"...
I get tired of R-Calfers, MCA inferring all the BAD things going on "BEHIND CLOSED DOORS". Just like our leftist media, put a little "n-word" of a thought in someone's brain and get them thinking...
I personally wouldn't want an R-Calf person as chair on CBB because our checkoff $$$ are NOT supposed to create policy, nor to SUE!!! PERIOD!Our checkoff $$$$ are to PROMOTE our PRODUCT and EDUCATE the population about our PRODUCT!!!
sw wrote:OK. NCBA did not spend a dollar on GW, they endorsed him. Checkoff dollars are never to be spent on anything but promotion and education. Where do you get the idea that checkoff dollars are promoting a candidate ? the money NCBA may or may not have given to GW is from the membership dues, not from the checkoff as you claim.
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