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Dr. Fox Bill AKA LB 252

Ashley Kohls, Vice President of Government Affairs, discusses the Dr. Fox bill (LB 252). …Within 48 hours of the passing of a veterinarian we found out that there was an interpretation of [...]

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The Importance of Breeding Soundness Exams

Every Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) member carries insurance. There are all kinds – health, life, liability, crop, the list goes on. But there’s another kind of insurance, one that protects cow-calf [...]

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NC Supports U.S. CattleTrace

Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) has had a long-term policy in support of animal disease traceability housed in the Animal Health and Nutrition Committee. Whether the disease is tuberculosis, bovine [...]

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2020 Road Trip – What has NC been up to?

Last week NC staff traveled across the state for the annual Road Trip, talking with members and updating them on current happenings within Nebraska Cattlemen. If you were unable to attend the [...]

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Ready for a Stop Movement Order?

If you have been around any of the Nebraska Cattlemen Animal Health and Nutrition Committee meetings over the past several years, you will have heard the push for producers to have plans for [...]

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Maximizing Efficiencies: The Economic Return Of Spring Vaccinations and Strategic Deworming

Nebraska Cattlemen in partnership with Boehringer Ingelheim presented a webinar featuring Dr. Joe Gillespie. Dr. Gillespie shared product information to help you with Calf Immunology and Bovine [...]