Alabama BCIA is a non-profit organization of persons, firms, partnerships and corporations in Alabama who are engaged in the production and marketing of seedstock or commercial beef cattle. BCIA was formed in 1964 and cooperates with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) under a formal agreement. BCIA is guided by a board of directors made of seedstock and commercial beef producers, Alabama industry leaders and Auburn University and ACES professionals.
Download the BCIA Membership Application listed below. Fill out the application and mail in with your dues to become a member. The focus and herd size of your cattle operation will determine the amount of annual membership dues.
The current bylaws of the Alabama Beef Cattle Improvement Association (BCIA) are available for our members' information. These by-laws can be downloaded as listed below.
Nominations are called for and accepted annually for the BCIA Purebred Producer of the Year and BCIA Commercial Producer of the Year. Nominations can be submitted by county cattlemen's associations, county farmers federation groups, state breed associations and ACES Animal Science and Forage Team members. All applicants must be a current member of Alabama BCIA. Applications can be downloaded as listed below.
Download Each Membership Information File or BCIA Producer of the Year Application as Listed Below.