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Quality beef is #1 priority for graduates.

Cattle production is big busi ness in Nebraska. Pride in quality beef ownership is the number one priority for Cow/Calf College program graduates, who know one in five pieces of beef eaten is from the great state of Nebraska. 

Each graduate is committed to the philosophy of becoming the best by building on new research. 

This means, “we’re continuing to build our legacies onto what our grandfathers and their grandparents practiced on the family farms and ranches which resulted in making this country great” stated Calvin Wineland, a recent Cow/Calf College program graduate. 

Students came from all over the state to complete the Cow/Calf College.  

Tracy Pore from Elsie grew up raising cattle with her father and grandfather and has purchased 63 head. She enrolled in the Cow/Calf College to learn about new ranch management techniques. 

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