The Alabama Junior Cattlemen’s Association has changed over the years, but it has remained a group of young people who enjoy working
with cattle and promoting Alabama’s beef industry. The Alabama Junior Cattlemen’s Association (AJCA) was formed in 1958 by the Alabama Cattlemen's Association board of directors. The
junior organization is organized on a county-by-county basis similar to the parent organization.
- Junior Board of Directors election each March, at the Alabama Junior Beef Expo
- AJCA Round-Up held each year in July.
Limestone County Junior Cattlemen Association membership is open to anyone 21 years of age or younger as of January 1 of the membership year. By being a member of the LCJCA, you
are automatically a member of the Alabama Junior Cattlemen's Association.
Who's A Fit
Members of the Limestone County Junior Cattlemen's Association, do not have to show calves, own cattle, or even live on a farm. As long as you're interested in learning about cattle,
being a good steward of land, and growing into honest, productive citizens, you'll fit right in.
If you are interested in joining, or have questions, please contact Daveen Stanford,
at 256-232-7418 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Membership is only $15, and $5 for each subsequent