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Beef Systems

Are you passionate about the beef industry? Check out the information for the 2022 Beef Ambassador contest to be held on June 9 in Valentine. This is a great program and offers opportunities for students to become stronger advocates for the beef industry. If you have any questions please contact the NE Cattlemen’s office (ncw@necattlemen.org)

Nebraska Extension in Webster County is pleased and excited to welcome Lindsay Waechter - Mead as the new Beef Systems Educator for the region. Please see a message below from Lindsay.

Cow-Calf College is gearing up to be hosted January 25th at the Clay County Fairgrounds from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm in the Activities Building. Registration starts at 9:00 a.m. This year’s program will be offered in a hybrid format through zoom and attendance in person. The focus of the 2022 Cow-Calf College will start with an in-depth look at eastern redcedar control in the morning, an update by beef cow-calf specialist, Kacie McCarthy and a special presentation by Tom Field focusing on ways to engage youth in the beef industry.   

Come join our team! The Webster County Extension office is seeking a Beef Systems Educator. See more details below.

About the Position

Qualifications

Check out the March Edition of "Beef & Brad" Newsletter here.

Cow-Calf College is gearing up to be hosted January 28th at the Clay County Fairgrounds from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm in the Activities Building. Registration starts at 9:00 a.m. This year’s program will be offered in a hybrid format through zoom & attendance in person. The focus of the 2021 Cow-Calf College is improving reproductive performance through the use of nutrition, estrus synchronization, and alternative breeding and forage systems. Speakers will include specialists from the University of Nebraska as well as the U.S.