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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney –

Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

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Use sprinklers with large droplet size to keep pen floor and mounds cool for cattle to rest on.- Provide shade in pens.

Shading has shown to reduce solar heat load by 5-10°F for cattle resting under it.- Allow Airflow.

Other disappearance totaled 63,000 head during April, 5 percent below 2017.

Temperatures are climbing it's a good reminder to take the appropriate precautions to keep your cattle herd safe and well.

Colorado .......: 940 98 Iowa .............: 730 107 Kansas ..........: 2,290 100 Nebraska ......: 2,660 109 Texas ............: 2,630 107 Placements in feedlots during April totaled 1.70 million head, 8 percent below 2017. During April, placements of cattle and calves weighing less than 600 pounds were 320,000 head, 600-699 pounds were 230,000 head, 700-799 pounds were 415,000 head, 800-899 pounds were 445,000 head, 900-999 pounds were 205,000 head, and 1,000 pounds and greater were 80,000 head.

Colorado .......: 145 94 Iowa .............: 80 84 Kansas ..........: 380 90 Nebraska ......: 420 106 Texas ............: 385 84 Marketings of fed cattle during April totaled 1.80 million head, 6 percent above 2017.

In addition to the Beef State Scholarship, the Foundation awarded 41 additional scholarships to the following students: Chase Albers, Wisner – $1,200 Todd Ricenbaw Memorial Scholarship Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow – $1,000 West Central Affiliate Scholarship Mckenzie Beals, Friend – $1,200 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship Mekenzie Beattie, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Sheldon Beierman, Albion – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Colten Bergt, Amherst – $1,200 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship Emmet Caldwell, Edgar – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Corey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kailey Conway, Campbell – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Cassidy Curtis, Royal – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Payton Flower, Scottsbluff – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Austin Freeman, Pierce – $1,200 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship Neleigh Gehl, Ericson – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Kathlyn Hauxwell, Mc Cook – $1,200 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship Colin Ibach, Sumner – $1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship Devin Jakub, Brainard – $1,200 Bill Pullen Scholarship Marissa Kegley, Kearney – $1,200 Col.

,200 Col.

Marketings of fed cattle from Iowa feedlots with a capacity of 1,000 or more head during April totaled 87,000 head, down 6 percent from last month but up 6 percent from last year.

Feedlots with a capacity of less than 1,000 head marketed 47,000 head, down 8 percent from last month and down 18 percent from last year.

Marketings for all feedlots in Iowa were 134,000 head, down 7 percent from last month and down 4 percent from last year.

Iowa feedlots with a capacity of less than 1,000 head had 555,000 head on feed, down 3 percent from last month and down 6 percent from last year.

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in all Iowa feedlots totaled 1,285,000 head, down 2 percent from last month but up 1 percent from last year.

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