The Red Angus Association of the Carolinas was established in 2004 for the purpose of advancing interest among purebred and commercial cattlemen in the Red Angus breed in the Southeast and specifically in the Carolinas.
A progressive organization, the RAAC consistently strives to serve members through the following activities:
• Educating beef cattle producers on the benefits of using purebred
Red Angus bulls of approved merit as well as Red Angus influenced females.
Industry needs addressed by Red Angus benefits include increased fertility,
calving ease, docile nature and predictable feedlot and carcass performance
• Breed improvement through networking with fellow RAAC members
and members of the Red Angus Association of America
• Working to establish feeder calf sales for Red Angus genetically
influenced steers and heifers through the Red Angus Association of America
FCCP program and through North and South Carolina State sponsored programs.
• Fostering and promoting interest in 4-H and FFA cattle events for the
purpose of emphasizing and promoting Red Angus cattle