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White House Briefing Mirrors Nebraska Cattlemen Action

Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) has long prioritized and taken aggressive action on items highlighted during a September 8th White House press briefing. During the briefing, the National Economic Council [...]

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Nebraska Cattlemen Comments on Biden Administration Efforts

Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) submitted comments concerning two ongoing federal efforts with potential long-term impacts to cattle industry business continuity. The first, NC responded to USDA’s [...]

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Nebraska Cattlemen’s Voice Amplified in U.S. House Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock and Foreign Agriculture and U.S. Senate Judiciary Hearings

This week, the U.S. House Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock and Foreign Agriculture held a hearing titled “State of the Beef Supply Chain: Shocks, Recovery, and Rebuilding” to focus on [...]

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Biden Administration Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy

Last Friday, President Biden signed an executive order focused on promoting competition in the American economy. The Executive Order directs the Administration to take decisive action toward [...]

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Nebraska Cattlemen Attend USDA Secretary Visit

Nebraska Cattlemen president, William H. Rhea III, attended an event with USDA Secretary Vilsack in Council Bluffs today. The primary focus of the event was to announce $500 million in new [...]

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Nebraska Cattlemen’s Voice Heard at Senate Agriculture Committee hearing on Cattle Markets

Today, the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry held a hearing “Examining Markets, Transparency, and Prices from Cattle Producer to Consumer” to focus on ongoing market [...]

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Nebraska Cattlemen Hosted Midyear Meeting in Fremont this Week

Nebraska Cattlemen’s (NC) annual midyear meeting was held this week in Fremont, Nebraska. On Thursday June 10th, all six of NC’s committees met in-person at Midland University for active policy [...]

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Nebraska Cattlemen Hires Hauge

Nebraska Cattlemen is pleased to announce the hire of Jacy Hauge as Director of Government Affairs. Jacy originates from Carson, North Dakota and is a recent graduate of North Dakota State [...]

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Governor Pete Ricketts Declares May as “Beef Month”

Lincoln, NE (May 5, 2021) – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts once again proclaimed May as “Beef Month” in Nebraska and announced the new Beef Passport Program. While beef is the [...]

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Nebraska Cattlemen Select Priority Bills for the 2021 Legislative Session

LINCOLN, NE (January 29, 2021) – Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) Board of Directors met this week in Kearney for their annual legislative meeting. NC’s six policy committees researched, [...]