The Weborg family is excited and honored to host the 25th annual Cattlemen’s Ball event, near their 25,000 head feedlot south of Pender. Started in 1944 by their parents, Curtis and Janice Weborg, the cattle operation is an important piece of the Weborg legacy that lives on today. The three Weborg brothers, Kent; and wife, Colleen; Craig; and wife, Darlene; and Brian; and wife, Renee, along with their families, look forward to hosting this event that creates a positive ripple effect in the world. Like many families, the Weborg family has been both directly and indirectly impacted by cancer and it’s their hope that someday, there is a cure for all types of cancer. They look forward to hosting this annual event that provides an opportunity to fund cancer research while simultaneously showcasing an industry that is particularly important both to the Weborg family, but also to the state of Nebraska. For the Weborg’s, this business is a family affair as many of the next generation are directly involved in the daily operations of the feedlot.
Kent and Colleen Weborg and their sons, Tyler, and wife, Rebecca, with children, Neveah, Adara, Nora and Maddox; Tony, and wife, Meghan, with children, Kate, Taos, Mesa and Lou. Craig and Darlene Weborg, and their sons, Adam, and wife, CharLee, with children, Makia, Makali, Makouy, Makayd; Alex, and wife, Jessica, with children, Lucas, Jamie, and Evelyn; Austin, and wife, Makenna and son, Curtis. Brian and Renee Weborg along with their children; Emily, and husband, Kelly, with children Hank and Wava; Evan and wife, Jessica with children, Barton and Hayden; Easton, and wife, Tori with children, Lily and Ryder, look forward to inviting you to the 2023 Cattlemen’s Ball in Pender!