RVSC is NCF’s main fundraising activity
Winners of the Annual Nebraska Quatremen Foundation (NCF) Retail Value Steer Challenge (RVSC) were honored at the NC Foundation Lunch at the Nebraska Quatremen (NC) Mid-Year Meeting on June 10 in Fremont. It was.
Lincoln — Winners of the Annual Nebraska Quatremen Foundation (NCF) Retail Value Steer Challenge (RVSC) will be honored at the NC Foundation Lunch at the Nebraska Quatremen (NC) Midyear Meeting in Fremont on June 10th. it was done. RVSC is NCF’s main fundraising activity funded to support youth and adult education programs, scholarships, research and infrastructure projects, history preservation and review teams at universities in Nebraska. The Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation would like to thank Cozad’s Darr Feedlot for managing and feeding steers.
Three winners in each of the three categories were awarded for Steer’s performance in the Retail Value Steer Challenge. The first place in the average daily gain category was awarded to steers owned by Nebraska Cornboard, and the second place was awarded to steers owned by Marks Purgin of Paxton and Steve Hanson of Elsie. Stair, third in the Average Daily Gain category, was awarded to Kearney’s Pratt River Investments.
In the Carcass Value category, Broken Bow’s Nebraska State Bank & Trust owned a winning steer. Huss Livestock Market, LLC and Lexington Livestock Market came in second, and West Point Implement & Design came in third.
No. 1 in the total value category was steers owned by the Shotkoski Hay Company in Lexington. Second place was Steer owned by Lexington’s Darling International, and third place was Benedict’s McLean Beef.
— Nebraska cowherd
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