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Bejot’s Farm and Feedlot

Amanda Nolz
Back row, left to right: Steve Bejot, Dr Kip Lukasiewicz (Consulting Vetrinarian), Allen Gilbert, Jennifer Morton, Larry Shavlik (Consulting nutritionists), Kevin Price and Merl Hedrick. Front row, left to right: Kendra Cleal, Jo Swanson, Nick Runyan, Mick Jefferies, Joe Ward, Leroy Preble, Tom Bejot and daughter Alia Bejot. Courtesy photos

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Located just a few miles outside the town of Ainsworth, NE is Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots, a cattle feeding business within 180 miles of all major packers. Established in 1951 by Francis Bejot, this family-owned operation is still dedicated to the same things today as it was then, to provide quality nutrition and health programs for cattle and to help producers make a profit.

Today, Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots consists of 3,000 acres of corn fields and a feedlot capacity of 11,300. Francis’ two sons, Steve and Tom, are now partners in the family business. Steve manages the crop farming, while Tom oversees the feedlot. The business employs three full-time cowboys, three general labor workers, two full-time farmers, two secretaries, a nutritionist, a veterinarian and several engineers to accomplish the work needed to run an operation of this capacity. Together, with their trusted staff, the Bejot family has built a reputable operation for area producers to count on.

Located just a few miles outside the town of Ainsworth, NE is Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots, a cattle feeding business within 180 miles of all major packers. Established in 1951 by Francis Bejot, this family-owned operation is still dedicated to the same things today as it was then, to provide quality nutrition and health programs for cattle and to help producers make a profit.

Today, Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots consists of 3,000 acres of corn fields and a feedlot capacity of 11,300. Francis’ two sons, Steve and Tom, are now partners in the family business. Steve manages the crop farming, while Tom oversees the feedlot. The business employs three full-time cowboys, three general labor workers, two full-time farmers, two secretaries, a nutritionist, a veterinarian and several engineers to accomplish the work needed to run an operation of this capacity. Together, with their trusted staff, the Bejot family has built a reputable operation for area producers to count on.

Located just a few miles outside the town of Ainsworth, NE is Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots, a cattle feeding business within 180 miles of all major packers. Established in 1951 by Francis Bejot, this family-owned operation is still dedicated to the same things today as it was then, to provide quality nutrition and health programs for cattle and to help producers make a profit.

Today, Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots consists of 3,000 acres of corn fields and a feedlot capacity of 11,300. Francis’ two sons, Steve and Tom, are now partners in the family business. Steve manages the crop farming, while Tom oversees the feedlot. The business employs three full-time cowboys, three general labor workers, two full-time farmers, two secretaries, a nutritionist, a veterinarian and several engineers to accomplish the work needed to run an operation of this capacity. Together, with their trusted staff, the Bejot family has built a reputable operation for area producers to count on.

Located just a few miles outside the town of Ainsworth, NE is Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots, a cattle feeding business within 180 miles of all major packers. Established in 1951 by Francis Bejot, this family-owned operation is still dedicated to the same things today as it was then, to provide quality nutrition and health programs for cattle and to help producers make a profit.

Today, Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots consists of 3,000 acres of corn fields and a feedlot capacity of 11,300. Francis’ two sons, Steve and Tom, are now partners in the family business. Steve manages the crop farming, while Tom oversees the feedlot. The business employs three full-time cowboys, three general labor workers, two full-time farmers, two secretaries, a nutritionist, a veterinarian and several engineers to accomplish the work needed to run an operation of this capacity. Together, with their trusted staff, the Bejot family has built a reputable operation for area producers to count on.

Located just a few miles outside the town of Ainsworth, NE is Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots, a cattle feeding business within 180 miles of all major packers. Established in 1951 by Francis Bejot, this family-owned operation is still dedicated to the same things today as it was then, to provide quality nutrition and health programs for cattle and to help producers make a profit.

Today, Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots consists of 3,000 acres of corn fields and a feedlot capacity of 11,300. Francis’ two sons, Steve and Tom, are now partners in the family business. Steve manages the crop farming, while Tom oversees the feedlot. The business employs three full-time cowboys, three general labor workers, two full-time farmers, two secretaries, a nutritionist, a veterinarian and several engineers to accomplish the work needed to run an operation of this capacity. Together, with their trusted staff, the Bejot family has built a reputable operation for area producers to count on.

Located just a few miles outside the town of Ainsworth, NE is Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots, a cattle feeding business within 180 miles of all major packers. Established in 1951 by Francis Bejot, this family-owned operation is still dedicated to the same things today as it was then, to provide quality nutrition and health programs for cattle and to help producers make a profit.

Today, Bejot’s Farm and Feedlots consists of 3,000 acres of corn fields and a feedlot capacity of 11,300. Francis’ two sons, Steve and Tom, are now partners in the family business. Steve manages the crop farming, while Tom oversees the feedlot. The business employs three full-time cowboys, three general labor workers, two full-time farmers, two secretaries, a nutritionist, a veterinarian and several engineers to accomplish the work needed to run an operation of this capacity. Together, with their trusted staff, the Bejot family has built a reputable operation for area producers to count on.


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