Ag & Business

Charlie the Peakcock’s feathers went through at least five rounds of bids before eventually raising more than $5,000 at the Cattlemen’s Ball. (Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska photos)

Ruth Petsch was a model in the Ball’s style show. (Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska photos)

Friendship ends in donation

    Ruth Petsch of Wauneta lost an old friend last year, but found a fitting way to memorialize him.

Co-hosts for the Cattlemen’s Ball shared some words on stage, from left, Allison and Derek Sandman and Chris and Wayne Krausnick. (Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska photo by Steve Towery)

One of the special guests at the Cattlemen’s Ball was Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, who shares some laughs Saturday. (Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska photo by Art Whitton)

Organizers have no beef with 2019 Ball

    Allison Sandman used a distinctly non-ranching related metaphor to describe the 2019 Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska.


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