Herd That! Conference

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Join us June 10th & 11th for the 2024 Herd That! Conference. This year's focus is beef cattle reproduction. We kick off  Monday afternoon with a tour of T/D Angus. Trey and Dayna Wasserburger operate this innovative and progressive seedstock operation in North Platte. T/D Angus sells 500 Angus bulls a year to over 30+ states and sell and ship semen and embryos globally. 

The tour will be followed by dinner and keynote speaker Terryn Drieling. 

Tuesday participants will learn from industry experts as well as University of Nebraska Extension professionals through several hands-on workshop opportunities. Topics will include safely handling hormones, bull selection, culling cows and more. During lunch participants will have the opportunity to hear from Trust in Food™ to learn about the future of sustainability for livestock producers.  

Registration Information

Early bird pricing ends May 31st 

Full Conference Registration- $125 - Early Bird     $150 - Regular

One Day Registration- $75 - Early Bird    $90 - Regular



West Central Research, Extension, and Education Center

402 W. State Farm Road

North Platte, NE 69101

Monday, June 10

2:00 p.m. Registration Opens

3:00 p.m. Tour of T/D Angus

5:00 p.m. Networking Break

5:30 p.m. Dinner & Keynote Speaker

Tuesday, June 11

Workshop Descriptions

7:00 a.m. Registration Opens

8:15 a.m. Welcome

8:30 a.m. Workshop Session 1

  • BQA Training
  • The Anatomy of Artificial Insemination
10:30 a.m. Break

10:45 a.m. Workshop Session 2

  • Safely Handling Hormones
  • Sorting Through the Bulls

11:50 a.m. Lunch & Speaker Trust in Food

1:00 p.m. Workshop Session 3

  • Who Stays and Who Goes?
  • Nutrition - A Fundamental Key to Reproduction

2:05 p.m. Workshop Session 4

  • Who Stays and Who Goes?
  • Safely Handling Hormones

3:10 p.m. Workshop Session 5

  • Sorting Through the Bulls
  • Nutrition - A Fundamental Key to Reproduction

4:10 p.m. Closing Remarks

4:30 p.m. Adjourn

Featured Presenters

TD Angus owners photo.

Trey and Dayna Wasserburger and their four children own and operate TD Angus, formerly Rishel Ranch. An innovative and progressive seedstock operation in North Platte, Nebraska that offers programs to bring added value to customers commercial programs with a calf buyback program, TD Feed Test, and custom AI breeding services. TD Angus sells 500 Angus bulls a year to over 30+ states and sell and ship semen and embryos globally.

Terrym Drieling

Terryn Drieling grew up on a small feed yard in Northeast Nebraska. Now she lives and works on a large ranch in the Sandhills with her husband and their three kids. When she’s not ranching, she’s helping fellow farmers and ranchers step out of self-told lies with grace and compassion to draw good movement in conversations, relationships, and life in rural America through her Good Movement Trainings and coaching.

Trust in Food photo.

In his role as Director of Technical Assistance, Andrew Lyon uses his expertise to support growers in Trust in Food’s Climate-Smart Commodities Connected Ag Project. His 15+ year career has focused on natural resource conservation, soil health, water quality improvement, water conservation and building public/private partnerships. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University in Agriculture and a master’s degree from Oklahoma State University in Environmental Science. Andy and his family operate a commercial cow/calf ranching operation near Emporia, Kansas.