Adams Land and Cattle

We recently completed our third annual Compost Days giveaway!

Adams Land & Cattle (ALCC) is excited to be sharing their nutrient rich and organic compost with local gardeners during their second Adams Compost Days. Custer County residents are encouraged to bring buckets and a shovel and stop by the entrance of the south feedlot on May 15 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 16 from noon to 3 p.m., May 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and May 23 from noon to 3 p.m.

Manure from cattle at Adams is broken down and turned into a valuable compost product that increases the nutrients and water-holding capacity of soils. The material is turned 3-5 times, which allows the surface area to be exposed to oxygen and the raw materials to quick heat to more than 120 degrees, which the temperature needed to kill any weed seeds. The end product is a nutrient-rich and odorless compost.

“With our continued focus on sustainability and recycling natural resources, the composting process creates a great product for the health of the soil,” said Abram Babcock, president of Adams. “We know that many of our neighbors enjoy planting gardens, and we thought this would be a great way to give back to our community.”

Compost is available on Saturday, May 15 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m, on Sunday, May 16 from noon to 3 p.m., on Saturday, May 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on Sunday, May 23 from noon to 3 p.m., near the entrance of the south feedlot, located 3.5 miles south of Broken Bow on Highway 21. Gardeners will need to bring their own shovels and containers to transport their compost. Please note: These dates may be rescheduled or canceled depending upon weather and availability of compost. Check out the Adams Facebook page for more details.

Other recent articles

Jerry Adams to be inducted into Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame

For more than 50 years, a central Nebraska cattleman has been making strides in the feeding industry with technology, innovation, and data. Jerry Adams of Adams Land & Cattle (ALCC) is being recognized for his commitment to the industry and will be inducted into the Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame.

Over $3,781 and 5,548 items Donated During Adams Land & Cattle’s Food 4 Youth Challenge

Adams Land and Cattle is proud to announce that through the support of their fourth annual Food 4 Youth campaign, they were able to donate $3,781 and 5,548 items to Custer County backpack programs, which provide food and other needed items to send home with students. The Food 4 Youth Challenge, held in October, was ...

Adams Land & Cattle Employees Donate Beef and over 280 Gifts to local families

Adams Land and Cattle (ALCC) recently sponsored its 14th annual Giving Tree Program, where employees fulfill holiday wish lists by donating Christmas gifts to children and families enrolled in the local Sixpence program. Their efforts resulted in 280 gifts for 35 local families in need, including 86 children. ALCC also gave beef roast bundles to all 35 families.

Adams Land and Cattle Plans Fourth Compost Days

Adams providing free finished compost to Custer county gardeners on May 13, 20, and 21.

Adams Kicks off Food 4 Youth Challenge

Adams Land and Cattle is proud and excited to organize their fourth annual Food 4 Youth challenge. Adams is partnering again with local businesses and surrounding schools to assist with their backpack programs, which provide food and other needed items to send home with students. The backpack program is a great asset to many students who may not know when their next meal will be.

Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022 Transparency Coverage

In November of 2020 the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule was released by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Department of Labor and the Department of the Treasury (The Departments) with the goal of improving price and quality transparency within healthcare. The Final Rule went into effect January 1, 2022, with enforcement delayed by the Departments until July 1, 2022 for the In-Network and Out-of-Network Allowed Amounts files.

Women’s History Month: Angenette Adams

As Women’s History Month comes to an end, we’d like to honor the incredible woman who helped build Adams Land & Cattle – Angenette Adams-Denesia.

Adams Kicks off 3rd Food 4 Youth Challenge

Adams Land and Cattle is proud and excited to organize our third annual Food 4 Youth challenge. This year, Adams is partnering with local businesses and surrounding schools to assist with their backpack programs, which provide food and other needed items to send home with students.

ALCC Food 4 Youth Challenge a Success

Adams Land and Cattle is proud to announce that through the support of their second annual Food 4 Youth campaign, they were able to donate $7,020 and over 4,500 items to Custer County backpack programs, which provide food and other needed items to send home with students.  The Food 4 Youth Challenge, held September 21- October 5, was open to area businesses, schools, and civic organizations.

ALCC Kicks off 2nd Food 4 Youth Challenge

Adams Land and Cattle is proud and excited to organize our second annual Food 4 Youth challenge. This year, Adams is partnering with local businesses and surrounding schools to assist with their backpack programs, which provide food and other needed items to send home with students.

Jerry Adams Recognized by UNL Block & Brindle Club

Jerry D. Adams, a native of Broken Bow, Nebraska, will be recognized as the newest University of Nebraska–Lincoln Block and Bridle honoree.

In Loving Memory of Angenette Adams-Denesia

Angenette  Adams-Denesia, co-founder of ALCC, passed away on April 11, 2020 at the age of 95, at Brookestone View in Broken Bow, NE.

ALCC Food 4 Youth Challenge a Success

Adams Land and Cattle is proud to announce that through the support of their first ever Food 4 Youth campaign, they were able to donate $7,091 and over 2,700 items to Custer County backpack programs, which provide food and other needed items to send home with students.  The Food 4 Youth Challenge, held September 3-13, was open to area businesses, schools, and civic organizations.

Bill and Jerry Adams Receive Award from Nebraska Bankers Association

The Nebraska Bankers Association recognized brothers Bill Adams and Jerry Adams

Adams Kicks off Food 4 Youth Challenge (September 3-13)

Adams Land and Cattle is proud and excited to organize our first ever Food 4 Youth challenge. This year, Adams is partnering with local businesses and surrounding schools to assist with their backpack programs, which provide food and other needed items to send home with students.

Jerry Adams 2019 Distinguished Broken Bow Alumni Recipient

Congratulations to our owner and CEO, Jerry Adams, for being the 2019 Distinguished Broken Bow Alumni Recipient.

Adams Received Business Innovator Award

We are so honored to have been awarded the Custer Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) Business Innovator Award at their summer celebration.

2019 Animal Quality Assurance Youth Training is a Success

Over 120 4-H and FFA youth in Custer County participated in Animal Quality Assurance Youth Training on Wednesday, May 29 in Broken Bow. The event was put on by Adams Land and Cattle and the Nebraska Extension in Custer County. Additional event sponsors were Merck Animal Health and Boehringer Ingelheim.

Adams Holds First Annual ADAMS Compost Days

Adams Land and Cattle (ALCC) is excited to be sharing their nutrient rich and organic compost with local gardeners during their first ever Adams Compost Days. 

ALCC to Co-Host 2018 Youth Quality Assurance Training

Adams Land and Cattle (ALCC) is once again partnering with UNL Extension in Custer County to hold a Youth Animal Quality Assurance Training on Wednesday, May 29 at the Broken Bow City Municipal Building.

Flooding and Blizzard Conditions in Nebraska

ALCC President, Dr. Abram Babcock, recently spoke with The Fence Post on recent flooding and blizzard conditions.

Over 3,100 Items donated during Have a Heart Food Bank Challenge

March 4, 2019, Broken Bow, NE – The 6th  Annual Have a Heart Food Bank Challenge, organized by Adams Land & Cattle, LLC (ALCC) asked local businesses and organizations around Custer County to make a difference for local Food Banks. 

6th Annual Have a Heart Food Bank Challenge

The 6th Annual Have a Heart Food Bank Challenge will be held February 11th-22nd  and Adams Land and Cattle is once again challenging local businesses and organizations around Custer County to make a difference for our local Food Banks and Backpack Programs. 

Corn Flakes – They’re Not Just For Breakfast Anymore!

Adams Land and Cattle recently featured in the Custer County Chief, PROGRESS: Farming & Ranching

Custer County Youth Animal Quality Assurance Training to be held Wednesday, June 14

Adams Land and Cattle partners with Nebraska Extension in Custer County to hold tenth year of training for area youth

Over $6,800 and 5,600 Items Donated for Food 4 Youth

Company’s third annual Food 4 Youth Campaign provides food and other needed items for Custer County backpack program.

Adams to Provide Incentives for Employee Referral

New program incentivizes community members to refer potential employees to the company.

2021 Adams Giving Tree

Adams employees donated Christmas gifts to children and families enrolled in the local Sixpence Program, totaling 320 gifts for 28 families.

Shopping Cart
Scroll to Top