Nebraska Cattlemen Cow-Calf Council Announces Webinar Series on Drought-Driven Decisions

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Nebraska Cattlemen Cow-Calf Council Announces Webinar Series on Drought-Driven Decisions
Four-part Series to Provide Market Information and Resources

LINCOLN, NE (April 15, 2022) – Today, the Nebraska Cattlemen Cow-Calf Council is proud to announce their four-part webinar series titled “Market Information for Drought-Driven Decisions.” This webinar series aims to help provide cattle producers with the necessary resources to navigate through the ongoing droughts across Nebraska.

The Nebraska Cattlemen Cow-Calf Council said, “We look forward to helping our fellow cattle producers as we work together to overcome the ongoing drought. While we continue to pray for rain, it is important we support one another through the difficulties that accompany a season of drought. Our expert speakers from various sectors will be presenting invaluable information and we hope to see a lot of participation.”

Event Details are as follows:
The Market Information for Drought Driven Decisions webinar is a four-part series, and each will provide a forty-five-minute presentation followed by questions. This series will be hosted via Zoom and participants will receive a link after submitting an RSVP.

Every session will begin at 8:00 PM CDT / 7:00 PM MDT.

Webinar Schedule

Tuesday, May 3rd
Part One: Factors Affecting 2022 Calf and Yearling Values – Jeff Stolle

Thursday, May 5th
Part Two: Herd Liquidation Yet the Cull Markets are Strong – Roger Wallace

Thursday, May 12th
Part Three: Feed Price Outlook and Will There Be By-products Available? – Jed Christensen and Kenny Prinz

Tuesday, May 17th
Part Four: Marketing Options If You Need to Depopulate – Jake Maurer, Rich Robertson, and Bryce Dibbern


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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