Our booth was near the much larger National Cattlemen's Association exhibit, but it also was not too far from Follow Your Heart, a first-time exhibitor that was pushing vegetarian items for food services.
What does NCA stand for?
NCA stands for National Cattlemen's Association
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We have 433 other meanings of NCA in our Acronym Attic
- NAFO (North Atlantic Fisheries Organization) Convention Area
- Nagano Curling Association (Japan)
- Narrow Coverage Area (US DoD Satellite Communications)
- Nashua Christian Academy
- National Camp Association
- National Candle Association
- National Canners Association
- National Capital Area
- National Carousel Association
- National Cathedral Association
- National Caves Association (Kentucky)
- National Caving Association (UK)
- National Celiac Association (Needham, MA)
- National Cemetery Administration
- National Certification Authority (various locations)
- National Certification in Agriculture (UK)
- National Chamber of Agriculture
- National Cheerleaders Association
- National Children's Alliance
- National Cleaners Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The scientists have reported on the research, funded by the National Cattlemen's Association, in the Journal of Applied Microbiology.
Name: Greg Ruehle Title: CEO, Independent Professional Seed Association (IPSA) since 2005, Omaha, NE Career: National Cattlemen's Association, Nebraska Cattlemen Association, American Shorthorn Association Education: B.
Louis; the National Cattlemen's Association, Washington, D.
Americans will be eating more beef during the next few years, the National Cattlemen's Association (NCA) predicts.
And the National Cattlemen's Association PAC, while coming nowhere near the contributions of oil and gas companies, kicked in $215,384 in the last election cycle, mostly to westerners and those who sit on committees that control public lands.
That same issue lists, among dozens of other corporate contributors, Burger King, the American Meat Institute, the National Cattlemen's Association, and Oscar Mayer.