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Dec. 5 to 7 many cattlemen from across the state will join together for the Nebraska Cattlemen 2012 Annual Convention in Kearney, Neb., at the Holiday Inn. At this meeting members of Nebraska Cattlemen have the opportunity to participate in discussions in council and committee meetings. These meetings determine the direction and policy of Nebraska Cattlemen for the upcoming year.

As in past years, the Convention will be packed with educational opportunities beginning with the Cattlemen's College on Dec. 5. On Dec. 6 the Nebraska Cattlemen Council Meetings will be held in the morning, the Foundation luncheon at noon and the Nebraska Cattlemen Committee meetings in the afternoon.

The 2012 Convention will feature a very distinguished group of speakers such as Wyatt DeJong, 2010-2011 National FFA Central Region vice president; Baxter Black, cowboy poet; and JD Alexander, 2012 NCBA president, to name a few.

As always Nebraska Cattlemen's allied industry partners will present their goods and services with outstanding displays in the trade show. The welcome reception in the trade show on Wednesday evening will kick-off this year's convention.

For more information or to register refer to your November issue of Nebraska Cattleman magazine or you can call Nebraska Cattlemen's Lincoln office at 402-475-2333 or go online to www.nebraskacattlemen.org.

Date: 12/03/2012



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