Each radio report airs on Rural Radio Network, which include:
KNEB: Saturday 6:35AM MST
KRVN: Saturday 8:40AM CST
KTIC: Saturday 9:10AM CST
In addition to these regularly scheduled air times, a number of other radio stations across the state receive the weekly audio report and use it as their air time and issues allow. If you would like to request a copy of the weekly recording, please contact Mike Fitzgerald at 402-475-2333.
9.14.2018 Director of Producer Education, Bonita Lederer, talks about nominations for the next class of NC Young Cattlemen’s Conference.
9.7.2018 We learn more about the 2018 Cow Calf Tour- Dry Lotting Cows & Low Stress Handling from Cow/Calf Chair Dr. Nancy Peterson.
8.31.2018 Galen Frenzen, President, & Mike Drinnin, President Elect, talk about beef during the Nebraska State Fair.
8.24.2018 Suzanne Jagels, Co-Chair of the Beef Pit Committee talking about the giveaway their doing in honor of 35 years this year. .
8.17.2018 As schools begin fall classes, Laura Field, discusses the Beef in Schools program.
8.10.2018 John Lange, Farmer Stockman Chair, talks about the Beef for Troops program during the State Fair.
8.3.2018 Jake Mayer shares information about the Nebraska Cattlemen’s PAC in the Pasture event!
7.27.18 Featuring Nebraska Cattlewomen member, Gina Hudson, highlighting the work they do in partnership with the Nebraska Cattlemen, at the birthing pavilion at the NE State Fair and the volunteers needed this year.
7.20.2018 NE Extension Educator and BQA Coordinator Rob Eirich on keeping up with BQA certification.
7.13.2018 Laura Field, Vice President of Legislative Affairs, shares information on the next Nebraska Cattlemen road trip!
7.6.18 Galen Frenzen talks about some recent trade meetings in Washington DC & at the Chinese Embassy.
6.29.2018 Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Jessica Herrmann, goes over the wins and losses for livestock producers with the Senate’s version of the Farm Bill that was passed this week.
6.22.18 John Lange from Bruning, chair of the NC Farmer-Stockman Council, talks about their annual tour on June 26.
6.15.18 Bonita Lederer, Director of Producer Education for NC, shares information on the upcoming Nebraska Cattlemen Road Trip!
6.8.18 Galen Frenzen, looking back on this week’s midyear meeting that took place in Grand Island.
6.2.18 Scott Knobbe, President of the NC Foundation, giving a scholarship update and talking about their 50th anniversary.
5.26.18 Rob Marsh from Hebron, one of the hosts for next weekend’s Cattlemen’s Ball.
5.18.18 Bonita Lederer, Director of Producer Education, shares information on the upcoming Nebraska Cattlemen Road Trip.
5.11.18 NCW Katie Jorgensen Discusses the upcoming Beef Ambassador Contest.
5.4.18 NC President, Galen Frenzen Introduces the 2018 Midyear Meeting.
4.27.18 NC Legislative Wrap Up with Laura Field
4.20.18 NC Update with the 2018 Nebraska Leopold Conservation Award recipients!
4.13.18 David Schuler talks about Husker Food Connection
4.6.18 Director of Producer Education, Bonita Lederer, discussing their involvement with State FFA and their upcoming Midyear meeting.
3.30.18 Laura Field gives a legislative update
3.23.18 Rob Starr talks about his experience with the Young Cattlemen’s Conference
3.16.18 Jesse Herrmann talks about the ELD Mandate Webinar on March 20th
3.9.18 Featuring Heath Weichel, President of the Dawson Co. Cattlemen, discussing the upcoming Governor’s Ag Tour and their YCC program
3.2.18 Laura Field gives a legislative update
2.23.18 Bridger Feuz discusses the upcoming Webinar on Economic Tools & Risk Management.
2.16.18 Pete McClymont gives an NCBA Convention Recap.
2.9.18 Ronnette Heinrich, General Manager of Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic, talking about the upcoming classic.
2.2.18 Mike Drinnin from Columbus discusses bill introduction at the NE Legislature, and bills they’ve flagged to watch this session.
1.26.18 Members from the YCC Class of 2018 talk about their activities
1.13.18 Scott Knobbe talks about the Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation Scholarships
1.5.18 NC President, Galen Frenzen, talks about the Nebraska Unicameral