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U.S. Congressman Flood Discusses Beef Industry Priorities during Cuming County Roundtable

 

August 10, 2022 | View PDF

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Congressman Mike Flood recently visited Albers Feedlot in Wisner.

Located in Cuming County, Albers Feedlot has a 100 year history that spans five generations.

"It was an honor to visit with Albers Feedlot and Nebraska Cattlemen in Wisner to get more perspective on the current market and how inflation is hurting the cattle industry. Together, we can beat the Biden Administration’s disastrous economic policy and regulatory overreach," said Congressman Flood.

"Thank you to Congressman Flood for listening to our priorities. We're a fifth generation family business that has been at the heart of the beef industry in Wisner for a century. It is important that our representation in Washington, D.C. strive to understand the citizens they represent. We are excited about working with Congressman Flood on priorities that will grow our rural communities and small businesses in Cuming County and beyond," said Todd Schroeder, Albers Feedlot

During the visit, Albers Feedlot leadership and Nebraska Cattlemen members briefed Congressman Flood on the effects of the Biden Administration's policies on the cattle industry, including the impact of inflation on their businesses and communities. Additionally, the Congressman received a briefing on the issues related to cattle markets, price discovery, and other industry priorities.

 

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