Adams Land and Cattle and Nebraska Extension held a successful interactive training with Custer County Youth.
Sustainability in agriculture has become a hot topic recently; however, it's not a new concept at ADAMS.
Abram Babcock spoke with the Midlands Business Journal about the challenges facing livestock market prices.
A companywide focus on supporting youth and the utilization of technology recently led ALCC to donate multiple LifeSize Technology systems to ESU 10 to enhance their current systems.
An ALCC Hiring Fair will be held Thursday, April 14, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Lexington Workforce Developement Office.
Learn more about the Adams Land & Cattle Scholarships, awarded annually to children and grandchildren of ALCC employees and see this year's recipients.
As part of our Employee Recognition Program, ADAMS spotlights an employee monthly. This month, we feature Randy Pflaster, Farming Technician, who is celebrating his 25th aniversary as a member of the Farming crew.
Amy Staples spoke with OWH about our best practices for sustainability and our participation in the USRSB.
Adams Land and Cattle is once again partnering with UNL Extension in Custer County to hold a Youth Animal Quality Assurance Training.
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The Have a Heart Food Bank Challenge, organized by ALCC included over 40 Custer County businesses and organizations.
New CattleFax officers for 2016 were elected at the organization’s annual business meeting Jan. 28, 2016, in San Diego California.
Thank you to NTV News for showing support to all of the different professions and industries, including those in agriculture, who work tirelessly through weather elements including blizzards to care for their livestock!
The Have A Heart Food Bank Challenge runs from February 1-14; you can stop by one of many participating businesses to drop off donations today!