Trey Wasserburger, 33, was one of five cattle producers honored on the closing day of the event sponsored by High Plains Journal magazine.
Content by CommonGround Nebraska. CommonGround Nebraska volunteer, Sara Sindelar, discusses common "meatless meat" misconceptions.
JBS USA, a leading U.S. beef producer and Grand Island’s largest employer, announced Wednesday it’s investing more than $130 million in facilities and more than $150 million in annualized pay increases to workers across its nine beef plants, including its plant in Grand Island.
Supervisors voted to grant a conditional use permit to the Texas firm to run the feedyard adjacent to AltEn over objections from seed companies who argued Mead Cattle bore some liability in the environmental cleanup at the ethanol plant.
Kemp and Wasserburger say they and other western and central Nebraska cattle growers need something more to get there. That’s why both are among the organizers of Sustainable Beef LLC, which wants to build an 875-employee processing plant near North Platte’s east Interstate 80 exit.
On Sept. 11, 2001, Rusty Kemp was about to be married before returning to his McPherson County ranching roots.
“It doesn’t matter whether you live in a big city or whether you live on a ranch, bad things happen," Travis Krein said. "And I think ranch kids, they get to see life and death every day."
A cattle brand-reform bill related to industry-wide discussions last fall in North Platte won 26-4 first-round approval Monday in the Legislature.
Iowa regulators are investigating after cattle parts from Omaha meatpacking plants were found scattered across two farm fields northeast of Council Bluffs.
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates is proposing that wealthy nations forgo beef in an effort to slow climate change, but that isn't sitting…
LINCOLN — Beef feedlot managers, owners, employees and allied industries will learn new information related to feedlot management at Nebraska …
His owner described the bull raised at Poss Angus Ranch near Scotia as "the ideal Angus bull."
During the early, panicked days of the pandemic, some grocery stores in Nebraska ran out of beef. Think about that for a minute. Some people i…
The Unicameral’s Agriculture Committee will hold public hearings on three brand-reform bills Tuesday, none enjoying industrywide support despite the efforts of a multisector “working group” under the committee’s auspices.