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Unified Agriculture

Unified Agriculture

MEAT WITH A PURPOSE

Here on our ranch we are grounded in our two core values,

  1. Creating meaningful employment for individuals with disabilities within agriculture

  2. Producing the highest quality beef for our customer

How do we accomplish this?

  • Adapting farming methods to individuals for successful completion

  • Having a positive team mindset when doing chores

  • Maintaining BQA certification

  • Transparency on beef production with our customers

  • Grain-finished Nebraska raised beef

Good friends, fat cattle, and great steaks!

Allison Walbrecht

Claire Bruns

Hi! For those of you who don't know me I'm Allison Walbrecht, a fifth generation cattle producer from right outside of Lincoln, Nebraska. Currently I am working towards my undergrad degree in Animal Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where I will be a sophomore in the fall. 

Four years ago I started a program called Unified Showing which empowers youth with disabilities through learning about and showing livestock with the aid of a buddy. It has been the biggest source of joy for me! Now some of our showmen are nearing the age limit but still want to be involved in this incredible industry, so Unified Agriculture was born!

Growing up on my family's beef operation I always knew I wanted to continue the legacy and I could not be more honored to have this opportunity.

Claire Bruns

It is my absolute pleasure to introduce you all to Unified Agriculture's very own Claire Bruns! She too hails from from right outside of Lincoln, Nebraska where in the fall she will be a sophomore at Lincoln Southwest.

Often you can catch Claire drawing, watching her brother's baseball games, or practicing showmanship for county fair. She has an infectious smile and love for agriculture that we are so excited to share with everyone!

Claire began her agricultural career four years ago as one of Unified Showing's original showmen! She has participated every year since and has grown in her showmanship and herdsman ship abilities. She comes to Unified Agriculture excited to learn more about raising cattle, how to feed them to become as strong as her, and to provide our customers with the highest quality beef!

It is my absolute pleasure to introduce you all to Unified Agriculture's very own Claire Bruns! She too hails from from right outside of Lincoln, Nebraska where in the fall she will be a sophomore at Lincoln Southwest.

Often you can catch Claire drawing, watching her brother's baseball games, or practicing showmanship for county fair. She has an infectious smile and love for agriculture that we are so excited to share with everyone!

Claire began her agricultural career four years ago as one of Unified Showing's original showmen! She has participated every year since and has grown in her showmanship and herdsman ship abilities. She comes to Unified Agriculture excited to learn more about raising cattle, how to feed them to become as strong as her, and to provide our customers with the highest quality beef!

It is my absolute pleasure to introduce you all to Unified Agriculture's very own Claire Bruns! She too hails from from right outside of Lincoln, Nebraska where in the fall she will be a sophomore at Lincoln Southwest.

Often you can catch Claire drawing, watching her brother's baseball games, or practicing showmanship for county fair. She has an infectious smile and love for agriculture that we are so excited to share with everyone!

Claire began her agricultural career four years ago as one of Unified Showing's original showmen! She has participated every year since and has grown in her showmanship and herdsmanship abilities. She comes to Unified Agriculture excited to learn more about raising cattle, how to feed them to become as strong as her, and to provide our customers with the highest quality beef!

The boys

This summer Claire and I are raising 8 head of purebred Angus steers. We have rented a lot on my family's ranch north of Lincoln, Nebraska that our steers will call home. These boys love to eat our grain finishing rations and prairie grass hay, making them have no problem bulking up! Their current favorite things include: watching Claire and I work in the sun while they sit in the shade, listening to Claire's songs and obviously posing for pictures. 

 

In mid-September we will say goodbye to them as they head to a USDA inspected meat locker to be processed.

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