83rd Annual Convention

SEPT 20-21, 2021

Valentine, Nebraska

2020 Annual Convention

Thomas County Fairgrounds - Thedford, Nebraska

Event Flyers & Forms

Convention Flyer
Schedule of Events
Registration Form
Tour
Golf Registration
Pen of 3
Scholarship Auction
Hotels & Lodging

Event Map

Convention Speakers

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    Guest Speaker

    Craig Luttrell

    NHTC (Non-Hormone Treated Cattle), VNB (Verified Natural Beef), and GAP (Global Animal Partnership) are growing because of rising demand, both here and abroad.  

    Craig will speak about helping ad value to your calves by marketing through these programs! 

    Ranch Liaison at Tyson Foods

    Craig Luttrell

  • Guest Speaker

    Beef Checkoff

    Rosemary Vinton Anderson grew up on her family’s ranch south of Whitman and graduated from Mullen High School. After college (BS, MS  Animal Science-UNL) she and her husband Kevin returned to Grant County to ranch and raise kids. She has served on UNL Extension Board, FSA County Committee, Nebraska Cattlemen BOD, Gudmundsen Advisory Committee, and is currently a Nebraska Beef Council director with a recent appointment as a Federation representative to the BOD for USMEF. She also works as an AI technician and loves to mentor heifers to become professional cows.

    Speaking on behalf of the Beef Checkoff Program about how your funds are used to better the beef industry. 

    Rosemary Anderson

  • Guest Speaker

    J. Travis Mulliniks

    Dr. Travis Mulliniks is Range Cow Nutritionist at the University of Nebraska and located at the West Central Research and Education Center in North Platte, NE.  He grew up on a cow-calf operation in eastern Oklahoma and received his BS degree in Animal Science from Oklahoma State University.  In addition, he earned a MS and PhD in Range Nutrition from New Mexico State University.  Dr. Mulliniks’ research and extension objectives consist of developing an applied cow-calf research program that emphasize economically viable management options through enhanced efficiency and strategic nutritional management in beef cattle production.

    Speaking on the Influence of Selection for Milk Production on Cow-Calf Productivity & Profitability in Beef Production Systems. 

    J. Travis Mulliniks

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    Evening Entertainment

    Peterson Farm Brothers

    The Peterson Farm Brothers are 3 brothers from central Kansas who create social media content to promote agriculture. Their YouTube videos have received over 50 million total views and they have a large online following. The brothers grew up and still work on a family farm near Assaria, KS with their parents and sister. All 3 brothers attended Kansas State University. Greg graduated in 2013, majoring in Agricultural Communications and Journalism. Nathan graduated in 2016, majoring in Agriculture Technology Management. Kendal graduated in 2018, majoring in Agribusiness. Greg married his wife BrookeAnna in March of 2018. Kendal married his wife Caelan in May of 2018. Due to their online success, the brothers have had many opportunities to promote agriculture around the world. Their goal is still to operate the family farm together, but hope to make a positive impact with their social media content.

    The Peterson Farm Brothers

Our Annual Convention could not happen without the generous support of our sponsors! Thank you to the following companies for supporting the Sandhills Cattle Association!

2020 Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

Security First Bank

Thomas County Visitors Committee

Sandhill Oil Company

Western Nebraska Bank

Zoetis

Masterhand Milling

Thedford Area Community Foundation

Prairie Feed

Gold Sponsors

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Farm Credit Services of America

A Bar C Ranch - Gentry Land & Cattle

West Plains Bank

RioMax 360

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Schuler Red Angus

North Platte/Lincoln County Visitors

Silver Sponsors

Furst-McNess Company

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Bronze Sponsors

Bill's Volume Sales & Service
PowerCubes by PTUSA
Barger Drone
Golf Sponsors

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