COMMUNITY

Communicating with neighbors, opening doors.

Feed yard employees cast a positive light on the cattle industry through personal relationships.

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    Jerry Bohn is a firm believer in being an ambassador of his feed yards and of the industry. Read More.

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    Paul Cameron sits on the boards of the Brawley Community Foundation and the Imperial Valley Community Foundation. Read More.

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    Paul Cameron was able to cooperate with his legislators although California tends to elect Democrats. Read More.

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    Today California’s Imperial Valley has about 400,000 cattle on feed — in terms of revenue production, they are the region’s predominant agricultural product. Read More.

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Wulf Cattle started offering Breeding to Feeding to dairy producers. Read More.

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Losing the trust of consumers is an issue that worries Anne Burkholder, owner of Will Feed, Inc., in Cozad, Neb. Read More.

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Winning back consumer trust was a major motivation for Anne Burkholder to start blogging. Read More.

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Cactus Feeders has a multi-pronged sustainability equation that guides their business: ‘People, Planet and Profit.’ Read More.

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Cactus Feeders started their Employee Stock Ownership Plan about 25 years ago. Read More.

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In southeast Nebraska, the Briggs Feed Yard sits just over a mile and a half from the growing town of Seward.  Read More.

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Despite the demands of keeping a modern feedyard running, Jesse Larios is actively involved in his community, especially with 4-H and FFA groups. Read More.