Skip to main content
Updating results

Nebraska Cattlemen

  • Updated

LINCOLN — This summer season has brought multiple natural disasters that have been disrupting lands across the Nation. Raging fires in the northwest to the Hurricanes hitting the coast in the south/southeast. Nebraska Cattlemen has gathered information on a few ways members and others can donate to the already established relief efforts.

  • Updated

ALLIANCE — Jessie Harrmann, director of legal and regulatory affairs for Nebraska Cattlemen, gave attendees at the last stop of NC’s Summer Road Trip a brief of Federal happenings.

  • Updated

LINCOLN -- Nebraska Cattlemen applauds Senator Deb Fischer on her “no vote” of the 2016 Water Resources and Development Act. Fischer was the sole opponent to the bill, which passed out of the Environment and Public Works Committee April 28. She cited long-standing concerns the EPA’s Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule would force farms and livestock operations to comply with the same exhaustive regulatory process as major oil refineries. Under the rule, producers with above-ground oil and gas tanks must hire a professional engineer to design and certify a plan for spills, despite the extreme unlikelihood such an event would occur on a farm or ranch.

  • Updated

LINCOLN -- Nebraska Cattlemen applauds Senator Deb Fischer on her “no vote” of the 2016 Water Resources and Development Act. Fischer was the sole opponent to the bill, which passed out of the Environment and Public Works Committee April 28. She cited long-standing concerns the EPA’s Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule would force farms and livestock operations to comply with the same exhaustive regulatory process as major oil refineries. Under the rule, producers with above-ground oil and gas tanks must hire a professional engineer to design and certify a plan for spills, despite the extreme unlikelihood such an event would occur on a farm or ranch.

Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device.

Topics