Tennessee CattleWomen's Association


The mission of TNCW is to promote the beef industry through advocacy and education as well as developing agriculture leadership.

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Upcoming Events

  • Tennessee CattleWomen's Association Meeting

  • Saturday, January 29, 2022 - Murfreesboro, TN

  • Held during the annual TCA Convention & Trade Show

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  • TNCW Youth Public Speaking Contest

  • The 2nd Annual TNCW Youth Public Speaking Contest will be held on Friday, January 28th from 4:00-6:00 p.m. CST during the annual TN Cattlemen’s Assoc. Convention & Trade Show in Murfreesboro, TN

  • TNCW Members - Reach out to TNCW President, Madison Martin, if you are interested in helping with or judging the contest

  • Youth Participants

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TN CattleWomen's Scholarship

In partnership with the Tennessee Cattlemen's Association, the Tennessee CattleWomen's Association offers one $600 scholarship to a deserving recipient each year. The Tennessee Cattlemen's Association offers three $600 scholarships for a total of four scholarship opportunities. The scholarships are for graduating seniors or undergraduate students attending two or four-year Tennessee universities majoring in agriculture.  

The Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association will administer the program and choose a panel of judges to review the applications, essays, and select the winners. The Tennessee CattleWomen’s Association will also review the applications and select one winner for the TNCW Scholarship. 

Scholarship applications will be available mid-Spring on the TCA website, under the scholarship tab. Applications are due by June 15th each year. 

Meet TNCW's President

I was born and raised in Madisonville on a registered seedstock operation. I knew from a young age that I wanted to be a farmer, to work outside, show cattle, and feed cows. After I aged out of 4-H, it didn’t feel right to just quit something I had given my entire childhood to. Like a sign from above, a family approached our farm about showing and it was then that I found my true passion, which is helping youth.  When I was younger, I was on the Junior National Beef Ambassador team through the American National CattleWomen and slowly, I became more involved with cattlewomen across the country.  Many of those women shaped who I am today and in turn, motivated me to be an inspiration and teacher to youth.  I am honored to be president and hope that I can use this position to connect the women in our state and inspire our youth.

During my two-year term, I want to continue to focus on our youth. Melinda Perkins, Director of Youth Programs & Outreach, has done a great job getting the youth excited and involved, and I want the cattlewomen to aid in the organization's growth.  I would not be where I am today if it were not for the Tennessee beef community believing in and supporting me.


Madison Martin