Georgia Junior Cattlemen’s Association works to impact students in Georgia who are interested in cattle and help them plug into our industry. Students 21 years of age and younger, as well as current college students can become members of GJCA. Dues are only $15.00 per year!
GJCA members are eligible to apply for scholarships and attend GJCA and GCA events. GJCA membership allows students the opportunity to network and connect with members across the state and engage in the industry and explore future career opportunities. Members will advance their leadership skills through the many programs, events, and opportunities through the program.
Cory is a Freshman at The University of North Georgia. He manages his family’s 150 head commercial cow/calf operation in Comer. Cory is excited to work with beef producers and young cattlemen throughout his year of service.
Austin is a Freshman at Gordon State College. He lives in Monroe County where he helps operate his family farm, where they raise Romagnola cattle. Austin is extremely passionate about the cattle industry and is excited to share his passion with everyone he meets.
Rachel is from Wilcox County and is a Senior in High School. Rachel enjoys showing livestock and spending as much time as she can in the cattle barn!
Colt is from Waycross and is currently a Freshman at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. He helps his family on their Registered Angus cow/calf operation.
Cale currently serves as the Vice President of his FFA chapter. He is from Carnesville and along with his parents, he runs a cow/calf operation consisting of Angus, Simmental, and Charolais cattle. He shows cattle and is apart of his county show team and plans to work in the Vet Science field after college.
Ethan is from Warner Robbins. He is attending Northside high School and is dual enrolled at GMC. He plays football and shows cattle. Ethan raises show calves and runs a cow/calf operation and would like to go into the Veterinary field after college.
Nancy is from Folkston. She attends Charlton County High School and is currently a Sophomore. Nancy shows cattle and helps her grandparents operate their Angus farm.