NEBRASKA CATTLEMEN WEEKLY RADIO REPORTS
Each radio report airs on Rural Radio Network, which include:
KNEB: Saturday 6:35AM MST
KRVN: Saturday 8:40AM CST
KTIC: Saturday 9:10AM CST
In addition to these regularly scheduled air times, a number of other radio stations across the state receive the weekly audio report and use it as their air time and issues allow. If you would like to request a copy of the weekly recording, please contact Mike Fitzgerald at 402-475-2333.
7/21/2017 Laura Field discusses the Road Trip meetings taking place next week.
7.14.2017 Jessica Herrmann discusses the recent meeting of the Transportation Taskforce and the impact electronic logs would have on moving cattle.
7.7.2017 Tricia Grabenstein talks about NCW - Consumer Promotion and Education Committee of NC.
6.30.2017 Bonita Lederer announces the 2017 NC Road Trip.
6.23.2017 Jeff Heldt discusses NCF Scholarship winners and RVSC winners at Midyear Meeting.
6.16.2017 John Lange, Farmer Stockman Committee Chairman, discussing the annual Farmer Stockman Tour on June 28th.
6.9.2017 NC President, Troy Stowater, gives a recap of Midyear Meeting.
6.2.2017 Laura Field gives a State Legislative Wrap-up
5.26.2017 Pete McClymont talking about Midyear Meeting
5.19.2017 Pete McClymont discusses the opening of China to U.S. Beef
5.12.2017 Bonita Lederer discusses May is Beef month and the Beef in Schools Program
5.5.2017 President Troy Stowater invites you to NC's 2017 Midyear Meeting
4.28.2017 Laura Field gives an update on LB461 debate and Brand Committee Funding
4.21.2017 Jessica Herrmann talks about the 2017 Leopold Conservation Award Winner
4.14.2017 Justin Jarecke, president of the Lower Loup Cattlemen, discussing their 'Day at the Races' on Saturday, April 22.
4.7.2017 Jessica Herrmann, Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, discussing issues in Washington D.C.
3. 31.2017 Laura Field, Director of Legislative Affairs, with an update on property taxes from this year's legislative session.
3.24.2017 Featuring Emily Skillet with a recap on this past week's Midwest Cow-Calf Symposium.
3.17.2017 Eric Milton, President of Exeter Feeders & Breeders, discusses their upcoming 75th anniversary banquet on March 25th.
3.10.2017 Liz Loeske talks about the ambassador program.
3.3.2017 Laura Field, director of legislative affairs withNebraska Cattlemen, discussing this years legislative session.
2.24.2017 Emily Skillet, Livestock Development Coordinator for A-FAN discussing the upcoming Midwest Cow-Calf Symposium
2.17.2017 NE Cattlemen's Classic show manager Ronette Bush-Heinrich discusses the opening weekend and events being planned for NCC in Kearney.
2.10.2017 Adam Guenther of West Pointwith Young Cattlemens Conference discussing variety of event they attended overpast year.
2.3.2017 Troy Stowater,President of NC, discussing meeting the agriculture secretary nominee andNCBA's annual meeting.
1.27.2017 Joe Gangwish with VP of Legislative Affairs for NeCattlemen, Laura Field on the property tax issue in the Legislature.
1.20.2016 Nebraska Cattlemen YCC Class with Susan Littlefield.
1.13.2017 Phil Thiesse (TEE-zee) with INTL-FC Stonehosting a livestock price risk management seminar in Kearney on Jan 24.
1.06.2017 NCF President Jeff Heldt announces scholarships
12.30.2016 NC Executive Vice President, Pete McClymont, giving a year in review for the organization
12.23.2016 Ronette Bush-Heinrich on the upcoming Nebraska Cattlemen's Classic to be held Feb. 18-26.
12.16.2016 Jessica Herrmann, Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs,discussing Senator Fischer's win with the water bill, Trump's pick for EPA, andan end of year wrap up.
12.9.2016 New President of the Nebraska Cattlemen Troy Stowater of Wayne as convention wrapped up this week.
12.2.2016 Pete McClymont highlights next week's Cattlemen's College and NC Convention in Kearney