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NE Cattlemen to host educational road trip

The Nebraska Cattlemen staff is hitting the road again this summer for an educational road trip. These educational meeting are exclusive to Nebraska Cattlemen paid members. NC staff will be discussing various industry issues at each of the eight stops across Nebraska July 25-28. Scheduled stops are at Columbus, St. Paul, Oxford, Lexington, Curtis, Gering, Rushville and Ainsworth.

Topics to fuel your mind include an update on this year's legislative session; hear what happened in Lincoln earlier this year that affect you as cattlemen. LB977 Implements of Husbandry on Highway and how we need to be respectful of the roads. How does the Veterinary Feed Directive affect you? What do you know about Property Rights? What more do you need to know about fence posts and wire.

Staff members want to know what you want as a member of the Nebraska Cattlemen. Tell us what you would like Nebraska Cattlemen to be working on.

No RSVP is needed to attend the meetings; we hope to see you at one of the meetings. Follow us on Facebook at Nebraska Cattlemen or twitter at @necattlemen #beefmeet

Stops:

Monday, July 25

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Columbus 1 pm CDT River's Edge Convention Center, 265 33rd Ave.

Meal @ 12:30

St. Paul 7:30 pm CDT Miletta Vista Winery, 1732 Hwy 281

Lower Loup Cattlemen Affiliate meeting @ 6

Meal @ 6:30

Tuesday, July 26

Oxford 1 pm CDT Kuch's Steak House, 801 Ogden

Meal @ 12:30 Sponsored by South Central State Bank

Lexington 7:30 pm CDT Dawson Co. 4-H Building, 1002 Plum Creek Parkway

Meal @ 7

Wednesday, July 27

Curtis 1 pm CDT NCTA – Education Center Room 131, 404 E 7th

Meal @ 12:30

Gering 7:30 pm MDT Gering Civic Center – Platte River Room, 1050 M

Meal @ 7

Thursday, July 28

Rushville 1 pm MDT Sand Ridge Golf Course, 402 W 3rd Street

Meal @ 12:30

Ainsworth 7:30 pm CDT Ainsworth Conference Center, 606 E 4th

Meal @ 7

For more information about the meeting schedule please contact Bonita Lederer at 402-450-0223.

–Nebraska Cattlemen