Welcome to the San Diego County CowBelles
Riding, Ranching and Educating since 1953.
We are a diverse group of cattle women in San Diego County eager to promote and educate the community about the beef industry while keeping the cowboy heritage alive.
We proudly demonstrate lessons with our Ag in the Classroom program to educate the public the many benefits American beef has to offer to our health and well-being.
We also hold numerous fundraisers year round to raise money for our scholarship program to ensure the local youth continue to keep the beef industry thriving.
Want to join us in our mission? Check out our membership page to become a member of our devoted group of cattle women.
Local updates regarding our club and more information relating to beef, cattle and the hard working ranchers who make it all happen.
Sarah Drown Selected to be Collegiate Beef Advocate
Sarah Drown, a San Diego native, was selected as a Collegiate Beef Advocate for the upcoming year, a program run through the American National CattleWomen. Sarah is the daughter of Glenn and Margaret Drown and granddaughter of Bill and Betty Anne Tulloch, a long-time ranching family in San Diego. She is a junior studying agricultural communications and agribusiness at Oklahoma State University and has goals to attend law school to become an attorney upon finishing her undergraduate degrees. As a Collegiate Beef Advocate, Sarah will serve with two other young women to promote cattle on a national platform and network with industry leaders across the U.S. The team will attend the NCBA Legislative Conference in Washington D.C., the annual Summer Business Meetings and the 2021 Cattle Industry Convention. There will be many other opportunities for the team to travel and work with different state cattlemen and women organizations throughout the year. Sarah is honored and excited to share her unique ranching story and be an advocate for an industry that molded her into the person she is today.