Nebraska Cattlemen Announce Young Cattlemen’s Conference Class of 2018

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LINCOLN – Nebraska Cattlemen announced the 2018 class of the Young Cattlemen’s Conference (YCC). YCC nominees were accepted from throughout the state and selected by committee to participate in the two-year leadership program.

The Class of 2018 includes:
Annie Doerr, Brunswick
Trey Duensing, Byron
Spencer Eisenmenger, Humphrey
Beau Klug, Columbus
Jaslyn Livingston, Broadwater
Brandon Nuttelman, Amherst
Bill Pohlmeier, Edgar
Braden Rieker, Eustis
Robert Star, North Platte
Lee Woltman, Hemingford

“The next generation of Nebraska Cattlemen will ensure Nebraska remains the global epicenter of the beef industry,” said NC Executive Vice President Pete McClymont. “Our Young Cattlemen’s Conference delivers a strong foundation of industry knowledge and provides the tools these producers need to build a successful future.”

The goal of the Young Cattlemen’s Conference is to expose young and emerging leaders to a variety of areas of the beef industry and provide them with necessary leadership tools. During the two-year program, YCC members are provided training on professional communication, given the opportunity to tour multiple Nebraska-based agriculture production facilities and learn to navigate state agencies and legislative processes.

All of this could not happen without generous sponsorship from Farm Credit Services of America and Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation.


The Nebraska Cattlemen association serves as the representative for the state’s beef cattle industry and represents professional cattle breeders, ranchers and feeders, as well as county and local cattlemen’s associations. Its headquarters are in Lincoln with satellite offices around the state to best serve members.

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