Federal Legislature, Op-ed
By Nebraska Cattlemen / November 7, 2019

Sustainability

Over the years I have heard questions about NCBA’s policy positions on sustainability and the efforts we take based on...

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Nebraska Cattleman, Weather
By Nebraska Cattlemen / November 4, 2019

Winter Weather Outlook

As we close in on the end of 2019, many producers across the Midwest probably are wishing good riddance to...

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Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / October 23, 2019

Takeways From NCBA YCC

Three Nebraska beef leaders participated in 10 days of intensive leadership training and a three-city tour showcasing every facet of...

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Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / October 10, 2019

Planning for a Short Hay Inventory on the Ranch

The abundant spring and summer moisture we have received in parts of Nebraska has been record-setting in many areas and...

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Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / October 1, 2019

NC Response to Tyson Plant Fire

The Tyson Foods Inc. plant in Holcomb, Kansas could slaughter 6,000 head a day of cattle – or about 5...

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Event, Membership, Nebraska Cattlemen
By Nebraska Cattlemen / August 15, 2019

2019 Members in the Meadow

Nebraska Cattlemen hosted their annual Members in the Meadow event on August 9th at the Bestol Masek Ranch near Purdum,...

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Federal Legislature, Op-ed
By Nebraska Cattlemen / July 17, 2019

USMCA Passage Crucial for Nebraska’s Beef Producers

Nebraska’s cattle industry has weathered its fair share of storms this past year. Crippling property taxes, uncertainty in key foreign...

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By Nebraska Cattlemen / June 26, 2019

2019 Midyear Meeting

Nearly 350 attendees joined us in Columbus this year at Midyear meeting on June 4th & 5th at the Quail...

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Nebraska Cattleman
By Nebraska Cattlemen / May 9, 2019

What I Learned from Pigs

This it is not an easy piece to write, because in some ways it is both a true story with...

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Nebraska Cattlemen
By Nebraska Cattlemen / April 10, 2019

Bomb Cyclone Blizzard- Beau & Crystal Klug

Crystal Klug and her husband, Beau, reside near Columbus, NE where they farm corn and soybeans, run a commercial cow/calf...

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Nebraska Cattlemen
By Nebraska Cattlemen / April 2, 2019

Bomb Cyclone Blizzard- Grass Valley Farms

Grass Valley Farms is owned and operated by the Klosterman family near David City, NE. The operation is made up...

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Nebraska Cattlemen
By Nebraska Cattlemen / March 25, 2019

Bomb Cyclone Blizzard- Schuler Red Angus

Schuler Red Angus is located in western Nebraska, near Bridgeport. They run a cow/calf seedstock operation and have a small...

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Membership, Nebraska Cattlemen's Classic
By Nebraska Cattlemen / March 11, 2019

Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Member Appreciation

Nebraska Cattlemen field staff, Talia Goes and Mackenzie Johnston, recently attended the Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic. The Classic was hosted February...

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Awards
By Nebraska Cattlemen / February 28, 2019

Hebbert’s Inducted into the American International Charolais Association Hall of Fame

The Hebbert ranch is located in the heart of the Nebraska Sandhills. James Wright, Dave Hebbert’s great-great grandfather, came to...

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Nebraska Cattlemen
By Nebraska Cattlemen / February 19, 2019

Grassroots… What does it mean to NC?

Grassroots—everyone says it, but what does it mean?  At Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) it means that all policy starts with members. ...

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