The Copper CowBelles, with members from all walks of life, have made themselves known as a group of women who want everyone to know the importance of the beef industry to Grant County and the state of New Mexico.
Copper CowBelles are women of diverse interest! Foremost we work to educate the public on the specifics of the beef industry from raising beef, getting it to the market place and to your dinner table. Our beef education programs are about the significance of smart eating, good nutrition and purchasing “quality beef”. We educate individuals so that they can make better nutritional choices. The importance of choosing wisely affects our very existence as the old saying goes “we are what we eat” and the selections we make when eating affect our moods, energy, thinking, play and sleep. Secondly, the Copper CowBelles are committed to keeping the western heritage alive and active in our community. We hope to encourage the public to become knowledgeable about the history of ranching and beef production to help us keep the industry thriving.
Membership Application: cowbelle-membership-application
We meet about 10 times a year. Our big events are our annual Shindig fundraiser in the spring, Beef Month in June and the Grant County Fair in September.
Contact us on our Facebook page as we have several members that monitor the page and you will get a prompt response.