Our team is driven by perfection in what they do everyday including providing the best service in nutrition products and services for your livestock needs.
We pride ourselves on building a winning team that creatively serves you to give you confidence in our products.
We stand behind our products and solutions. We guarantee that if there is a problem we will be there to help you work through it.
• Nebraska Cattlemen member
• Nebraska Pork Producers Member
• Howells FFA Chapter
• Howells High School Booster Club
• Cuming County Fair
• Colfax County Fair
• Platte County Cattle Feeders Member
• Guardian Angels Central Catholic
• Nebraska Poultry Association
• Area 4-H Clubs
• Local Churches
• Local Livestock shows
• Wisner FFA Chapter
• Howells Community Club
• Local youth sports
• University of Nebraska Lincoln
Our annual budget allocates more than $50,000 supporting our community our State in Agriculture and youth education
Janessa grew up in Indiana involved in animal agriculture and farming. She graduated from Kansas State University in 2013 with her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science, with a focus in biotechnology. While at K-State she was an active member of the Collegiate Cattle Women, took an artificial insemination course to be certified, and took a short course with Dr. Temple Grandin on livestock handling techniques. Janessa will graduate from The University of Nebraska- Lincoln (UNL) in May 2016 with her master’s degree specializing in ruminant nutrition. Her research focus was on the new harvest methods of corn residue and its effects on digestibility in cattle.
Cody grew up near Canton, SD on a small family farm where he and his brothers raised purebred Limousin and commercial cattle. Cody pursued a degree in Agriculture Business and Animal Science at South Dakota State University (SDSU) in Brookings, SD. While there, he worked for the SDSU Research Feedlot. After college, Cody and his wife moved to La Crosse, WI. There, he worked for Babcock Genetics at their nucleus barn as the Gestation Manager for about a year and a half. Cody and his wife moved to Gretna, NE in the fall of 2012. He worked for Farmers Union Cooperative of Gretna before starting at Frontier Cooperative in the spring of 2015 as the Livestock Consultant. Cody enjoys talking with customers, viewing their livestock, and creating nutrition plans. In his free time, Cody likes to farm, hunt, golf, and work with livestock.