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Friend of the Court Effort Yields Results!

Friend of the Court Effort Yields Results! Ashley Kohls, Vice President of Government Affairs Nebraska Cattlemen, alongside seven other Nebraska agriculture organizations, filed an Amicus Brief [...]

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What’s good for the herd is good for the bird

Grasslands historically covered approximately 170 million acres of North America and were the dominant landscape of Nebraska. Whether short, mixed, or tallgrass prairie, these landscapes provided [...]

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“If grazing is not the answer, you are asking the wrong questions.” -Logan Pribbeno

By: Director of Membership-Retention Jessie Rudolph As Director of Membership-Retention for Nebraska Cattlemen, one of the best parts of my job is getting to travel across the beef state, meet [...]

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Renee Halsey Donates $10,000 to The Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation Leadership Development Endowment

Renee Halsey wanted to memorialize her father, Lawrence Jochens and she felt donating to the Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation Leadership Development Endowment was the perfect way to honor her dad. [...]

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The Bovine Pangenome Consortium

June 1, 2022 Written By: Dr. Larry Kuehn Cattle producers use genetic predictions to select animals as parents for traits of economic importance such as calving ease or yearling weight. […]

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Mental Health Month by Jaclyn Wilson

It was another twelve plus hour day of ranch work. Yet, there still seems to be so many things that I ended up putting off till tomorrow or let’s be […]

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Constructing Effective Livestock Facilities

Source: Nebraska Cattleman Magazine By Shaye Koester, Contributing Writer Processing and housing facilities are a necessity for livestock producers. They contribute to animal welfare, animal [...]

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Grain Bin Safety Tips and Tricks

By Grace Vehige, Contributing Writer Source: Nebraska Cattleman Magazine When it comes to farm injuries, we all know someone who has been affected. Maybe it was even you. One of […]

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The Total Program for Fly Control

Source: Nebraska Cattleman Magazine By Natalie Jones, Contributing Writer “it’s imperative that livestock producers provide some means of fly control during fly season,” says David Boxler, a [...]

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Bull Battery Nutrition and Management in Preparation for the Breeding Season

Source: Nebraska Cattleman Magazine By Kacie McCarthy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Beef Cow-Calf Specialist, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Currently, we may be dealing with cold weather [...]