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Governor Pete Ricketts named Red Willow County as the newest county in Nebraska, and the first one this year, to be designated a Livestock Friendly County (LFC).
By requesting and receiving the states Livestock Friendly County designation, Red Willow County is showing a true commitment to growing Nebraska and creating more opportunities for the next generation, said Governor Ricketts.
Department of Agriculture, of the $180 million Red Willow County had in agricultural receipts for the year 2012, $98 million, or 54 percent, came from livestock sales, and $82 million, or 46 percent, came from crops.
Keystone, Keith County, July 18, 1978 (under wood by railroad); Brownville, Nemaha County, June 16, 1976 (under stones around abandon building); Danbury, Red Willow County, July 7, 1981 (under wood by railroad); Valparaiso, Saunders County, 17 August 1976 (under boards by grain elevator).