“Where Legacy Comes to Life”
21st Century Equipment LLC
Established in 1996, offers 17 John Deere dealerships in Nebraska, Colorado and Wyoming. In addition to the traditional parts, service and new/used equipment offerings, 21st Century Equipment offers support with precision ag and big data management, water management, equipment leasing, RTK support and much more. Serving those who work the land, 21st Century Equipment LLC is committed to reducing risk, improving profitability and increasing the competitive advantage for its customers by “Making Farming Easier.
Hall County Historical Society
In 1922, the Hall County Historical Society (HCHS) was founded by a group of Liederkranz members who were committed to preserving artifacts and stories about the county’s origin. The mission of the society continues today to promote the research education and preservation of Hall County’s heritage and history. HCHS is the oldest perpetual County Historical Society in Nebraska. Board meetings are held at 3:30 p.m., the 4th Tuesday of the month at Stolley House in Stolley Park, or at Burlington Station. For more information, call Fred Roeser, president 308-384-2154.
Kelley Bean Company
From our humble beginnings in 1927, we have traveled along a sustainable path of growth to become one of the largest originators and marketers of dry edible beans in the world. We are an employee and family owned company and defined by the values of absolute integrity, hard work, dedication, service, and community involvement. These values permeate our culture and are found in every bag we produce. Our neighbors are the farmers that cultivate our products. Our families are among those who consume what we sell. We take these responsibilities extremely seriously and endeavor to exceed the expectations placed upon us. From farm, through family, to you: We Are Kelley Bean. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
North Platte Natural Resources District
Nebraska has more irrigated acres of land than any other state in the nation and is the only state that manages its water through Natural Resource Districts, known as NRDs. The other states are managed through Conservation Districts. Nebraska is divided into 23 natural resources districts (NRDs), multi-purpose, local units of government established to conserve, protect, develop and manage natural resources. The North Platte NRD includes Banner, Garden, Morrill, Scotts Bluff and southern Sioux counties with a land area of more than three million acres. The largest source of irrigation water is the North Platte River.
North Platte NRD / 100547 Airport Rd / P.O. Box 280 / Scottsbluff NE 69363-0280
Phone: (308) 632-2749 / Fax: (308) 632-4346
Nebraska Hereford Association
Historically known as the Beef State, Nebraska currently ranks #1 in the Nation for Cattle on Feed, Commercial Red Meat Production, and the Top Three Beef Cow Counties in the United States, including the nation’s #1 Cow County – Cherry County in the Nebraska Sandhills. For more information about the Nebraska Hereford Association, contact NHA Secretary/Manager, Melissa McGee Buehler at (402) 239-9712.
Nebraska Dry Bean Commission
Dedicated to supporting agriculture education and literacy, the Nebraska Dry Bean Commission (NDBC) continually looks for opportunities to increase public awareness and educate consumers about dry bean’s nutrient dense benefits as a low fat, high-fiber, and protein dietary addition. Nebraska’s dry bean producers consistently rank #1 and #2 in the United States for Great Northern and Pinto beans production, respectively. For nearly a century, the state’s North Platte Valley and High Plains Panhandle dry bean producers have planted, harvested and marketed some of the highest-quality dry edible beans in the world. Established in 1987, the Nebraska Dry Bean Commission, the commission’s role is to advance Nebraska’s dry bean industry through research, promotion and education. For more information, call 308-632-1258 or email email@example.com.
Based in Aurora and founded in 1908, the farmer-driven company continues to be a financial leader in the industry as one of National Cooperative Bank’s top 100 Cooperatives. Aurora Cooperative provides service and expertise in grain, agronomy, animal nutrition and energy for customers from 80 locations in seven states: Nebraska, Colorado, Texas, Kansas, South Dakota, Iowa and Maryland. For more information, call (402) 694-2106 or (800) 642-6795.