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Honor, Leadership and Building Relationships

This week I was able to attend the John B. Armstrong Lectureship on Systems Thinking at the King Ranch Institute of Ranch Management in Kingsville, TX. I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect from the lectureship, but after attending it … Continue reading

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Are Leaders Born or Made?

This week, I traveled to the Cattle Industry Convention #CIC14 and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association #NCBA @beefusa in Nashville. There are 7500 cattlemen and women pre-registered for the convention from around the globe, and they estimate another 1000 attend with … Continue reading

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NCBA YCC- Days 3 & 4 – Denver

Saturday was spent listening to industry experts in the NCBA office. We listened to Sarah Bohnenkamp from the American National Cattlewomen, Randy Blach from CattleFax and Joe Schuele from the US Meat Export Federation. These presentations were in the morning. … Continue reading

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Day 2-Greeley tour and Rockies game

Day two of YCC was a fabulous experience. We traveled to Greeley and our first stop was the JBS Beef processing plant. JBS has a major impact in the community of Greeley. The plant employs 3300 workers and processes roughly … Continue reading

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An Amazing Opportunity

As I write this, I am traveling west in a small plane bound for Denver. I boarded at 6am. This flight is the beginning of an action packed, educational and fun next 10 days. I am Nebraska Cattlemens representative for … Continue reading

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