National Cattledog Television is the official ROKU Channel for the National Cattledog Association. The mission of the National Cattledog Association is to encourage efficient, low stress and humane cattle handling by promoting the use and demonstrating the value of well trained cattledogs. The National Cattledog Association (NCA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. The NCA was incorporated in December of 2011 and began operations in January of 2012. Its members, which are from 31 states and Canada, are primarily ranchers, cattledog handlers and cattledog breeders. The NCA was founded to: 1. Educate ranchers as to the value of well trained cattledogs for humane, low stress cattle handling through demonstrations, clinics and public cattledog competitions (trials), 2. Assist ranchers in obtaining well trained cattledogs and in learning to use them for efficient, humane and low stress cattle handling, 3. Foster amateur athletic competition by sanctioning cattledog trials and hosting and managing a National Cattledog Association National Finals, 4. Assist members and other breeders in marketing cattledogs by providing venues for demonstrating the abilities of their dogs. The best Cattledogs in North America meet high in the Rocky Mountains in Steamboat Springs, Colorado once per year to showcase their incredible abilities. Over $30,000 in prizes is awarded to the champions competing in Open, Nursery, Horseback and Intermediate classes.