We look forward to seeing you in Fremont, NE June 9th & 10th!
Please register and view the schedule below. Early Registration ends May 31st!
There are numerous hotels in Fremont. Nebraska Cattlemen has arranged special rates at the Fremont Holiday Inn Express and the Fremont Fairfield Inn. When making reservations, refer to the Nebraska Cattlemen Midyear Meeting. Rooms are subject to availability.
Fremont Holiday Inn Express
2415 North Lincoln Avenue
$104.95/night + tax
Fremont Fairfield Inn
2410 North Yager Road
$129.00 / night + tax
2021 Nebraska Cattlemen
Midyear Committee Meeting Webinars
All times CDT
**Click on each individual meeting for agenda details.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9
All Wednesday events at Fremont Golf Club
7:30 am NC Board of Directors Meeting
11:00 am NC Midyear Golf Tournament – Midyear Registration is required.
This annual event will once again be a four-person scramble with registration beginning at 11:00 am. Fremont Golf Club is an 18 hole course and registration will be limited to 144 players. Register as an individual or identify your own four-person team. Cart and lunch will be provided for all players.
11:30 am NC Midyear Area Attractions Tour – Midyear Registration is required.
Meet at Fremont Golf Club at 11:00 am where a lunch will be provided for all tour guests. The tour bus will leave and return to Fremont Golf Club. Enjoy an afternoon of touring local businesses.
- Lincoln Premium Poultry
- Hansen – Mueller
- Merritt Trailers, Inc.
- Valmont Industries, Inc.
6:00 pm NC Midyear Welcome Reception – Midyear Registration is required.
Enjoy an evening of food and drink with neighbors and fellow NC Cattlemen members
THURSDAY, JUNE 10
**All Thursday events at Midlands University. Midyear Registration is required for all Thursday events
7:00 am Registration Open
8:00 am Brand and Property Rights / Natural Resource and Environment Committee Joint Meeting
The Brand and Property Rights and Natural Resources and Environment Committees will meet jointly with a presentation on the Conservation Goals of the Biden Administration and Its Effects on Property Rights.
8:45 am Brand and Property Rights Committee Meeting
The Brand and Property Rights Committee individual meeting will include discussion on Brand Legislation for 2021 and 2022 and an update from the Nebraska Brand Committee.
8:45 am Natural Resource and Environment Meeting
The Natural Resources and Environment Committee individual meeting have a discussion on Proposed Water Management Areas and Nitrates in Drinking Water programs at local NRD’s.
10:15 am Education and Research Committee Joint Meeting
The Education and Research Committee will include updates from Northeast Community College, Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture, Southeast Community College and the University of Nebraska. In addition, Chandler Mulvaney with NCBA will discuss the Masters of Beef Advocacy and Sarah Smith with the Nebraska Department of Education will discuss the Farm to School Program Act.
10:15 am Taxation Committee Meeting
The Taxation Committee will have a Federal Tax Update including the Biden Administration plans and pending Federal Legislation. In addition, a Nebraska State Senator panel to discuss the 2021 Legislative efforts, LB 1107 and plans for the 2022 Session will occur. Invited State Senators include Senator Curt Friesen, Senator Tom Briese and Senator Steve Erdman.
12:30 pm Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation Lunch
During the annual NC Foundation lunch, leaders will discuss the Foundation’s activities and programs, announce the winners of the 2021 Retail Value Steer Challenge and recognize the recipients of the 2021 NCF Youth Scholarships. In addition, a formal recognition of the 2020 Friend of the Foundation will occur.
2:00 pm Animal Health and Nutrition Committee Meeting
The Animal Health and Nutrition Committee will have a discussion on Rendering Challenges and Solutions, Changes in Attitudes within APHIS and RFID Use along with an update of the 2021 Legislative Session.
2:00 pm Marketing and Commerce Committee Meeting
The NC Marketing and Commerce Committee will include a discussion on Nebraska Legislative bills on improving broadband access, a report on the efforts of NCBA’s Live Cattle Marketing Working Group and Regional Triggers Subgroup to voluntarily increase regional negotiated trade levels in the fed cattle market towards research-supported robust levels, and an update on federal legislative efforts on the fed cattle price discovery and transportation fronts including Senator Fischer’s Cattle Market Transparency Act and HAULS Act.
2:00 pm NCW Consumer Education and Promotion Committee Meeting
The NCW Consumer Education and Promotion Committee meeting will have updates from the Nebraska Beef Council and discussion on Beef Advocacy efforts with UNL Youth Meat Animal Extension Assistant Professor Brianna Buseman and NCBA Director of Grassroots Advocacy & Spokesperson Development Chandler Mulvaney.
4:00 pm General Session/Reception
Make sure to attend the General Session & Reception which will wrap up this year’s Midyear Meeting. Enjoy a drink and hors d’oeuvres and hear from NCBA President Jerry Bohn and former Nebraska Governor, US Secretary of Agriculture and Nebraska US Senator Mike Johanns. In addition, a formal recognition of the 2020 Industry Service Award and Hall of Fame recipients will occur.