YOUNG CATTLEMEN'S CONFERENCE (YCC)

The Nebraska Cattlemen Young Cattlemen’s Conference exposes young and emerging leaders to a variety of areas of the beef industry and provides them with new leaderships tools. Only 10 individuals are selected from nominations by NC affiliates, leaders and members to participate each year. The conference includes industry tours, presentations on association programs and policies, media training and the legislative process.

 2014 YCC Participants

  

Front L-R: Brady Revels (Sarpy Douglas Feeders), Tyler Pieper (Dawson County Cattlemen), Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning, Cassie Lapaseotes (Morrill County Cattlemen), Sarah Sortum (Burwell Cattlemen) Back L-R: Matthew Brester (Cuming County Feeders), Neal Voss (Thayer County Feeders), Dan Hunt (Harlan County Cattlemen), Hank Klosterman (Platte Valley Cattlemen), Michael Tierney (West Central Cattlemen), Brent Hodges (Burwell Cattlemen)


 

Mark Your Calendars!
2015 Young Cattlemen’s Conference - Jan. 20-22, 2015

Identifying and educating leaders to help guide and strengthen our beef industry is important to the future of Nebraska’s agriculture. The Nebraska Cattlemen believe that it is important for active beef producers to see all sides of the beef industry and take an active role in telling the beef story and advocating on behalf of our way of life.

This program is made possible by a generous sponsorship from Farm Credit Services of American and DuPont Pioneer. 

For more information contact Bonita Lederer at 402-450-0223(mobile) or 402-329-6273(home/office) or email at blederer@necattlemen.org.