2010 Nebraska Angus tour runs Sept. 10-11
Broken Bow, NE, is the launch sight of the 2010 Nebraska Angus Tour. Events will kick off the evening of Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.m. for a social and registration at the Custer Co. Fairgrounds.
On Saturday morning, the event begins at 7:30 a.m. with the Herd Bull Alley (a display of Nebraska Association member herd bulls) and a continental breakfast at the Custer Co. Fairgrounds. The registration table will open at 7:15 a.m. The tour bus will load at the fairgrounds.
From the fairgrounds, the tour group will head north to Summitcrest Angus, hosted by Jeff Johnson. Slagle Angus and a lunch stop featuring Certified Angus Beef brisket will be next on the schedule. From Slagle Angus, the tour group will head to Dunning for a visit with Minert-Simonson Angus.
Heading west on State Highway 2, the tour winds into the heart of the Nebraska Sandhills and a stop east of Thedford with Lemoyne, Rhonda and Matthew Dailey of Dailey Angus.
The final stop of the day will be southwest of Mullen and Kraye Angus. John and Julie and their crew will treat tour-goers to their bull sale special menu. The bus will return to Broken Bow following the last stop of the day.
Registration forms can be downloaded at http://www.nebraskaangus.org, click on the tour banner link, or call Suzy Hebbert, secretary/manager, at 308-577-6700 for further information.
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