NE Cattlemen to host statewide roadtrip
The Nebraska Cattlemen staff is hitting the road again this summer for an educational road trip. These educational meetings are for Nebraska Cattlemen paid members. NC staff will be discussing various industry issues at each of the six stops across Nebraska July 20-23. Scheduled stops are at Bridgeport, Thedford, Lexington, Deshler, York and West Point.
Topics to fuel your mind include an update on this year’s legislative session; hear what happened in Lincoln earlier this year that affects cattlemen.
Since the Nebraska Cattlemen is a grassroots organization, staff will be discussing how policy is written, and why it is important for members to be engaged in the development of policy.
Also, how much do you know about brand law and regulations? NC will provide members with a refresher course on how brand law works in and out of the brand inspection areas. Staff members will also share some legislation brand issues for next year.
Road Trip stops will include:
Monday, July 20
7 pm MDT: Bridgeport – Prairie Winds Community Center, 428 N Main St.
Tuesday, July 21
1 pm CDT: Thedford – Lonely Grill, 39359 Hwy 2
7:30 pm CDT: Lexington – Dawson Co. Extension Office, 1002 Plum Creek Parkway
Wednesday, July 22
1 pm CDT: Deshler – Thayer Co Fairgrounds, Activity Bldg., 1302 4th St
7:30 pm CDT: York – Holiday Inn Express, 4020 Grand Ave.
Thursday, July 23
1 pm CDT: West Point – Nielsen Community Center, 200 Anna Stalp Ave
Sponsors include Aurora Co-op, Farmers Cooperative Dorchester, Country Partners Cooperative, Dawson Public Power District, Frontier Coop & Central Plains Milling, McCook Public Power District, Panhandle Rural Electric Membership Assoc., Tri State Generation & Transmission Assoc., Wheat Belt Public Power District
For more information about the meeting schedule please contact Bonita Lederer at 402-450-0223.
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