The National Hog Farmer Magazine spent some time with production manager Tim Friedel, and sow farm manager Steve Horton, in a recent article regarding group housing for sows. http://www.nationalhogfarmer.com/animal ...... Read More
We were excited to host Governor Rickets, while in Broken Bow, he made a brief stop at Thomas Livestock. He addressed a room full of TLC employees for an informative session, of employees asking him questions on numerous topics, also Governor... Read More
Production Agriculture is an ever changing realm of opportunity. Here at Thomas Livestock, we are blessed to be able to share our experience in this area. It gives us great satisfaction to expose people to new experiences and show them the great... Read More
faith.jpgThomas Livestock Company hosted it's first Holiday Tour for Faith Nichols (Broken Bow, NE), Adam Thomas and Emily Hedin (Bethesda, MD). The group toured the Georgetown farrowing facility on the original Thomas family ranch where they... Read More
Christmas is a time to enjoy family and friends, and celebrate the magic that the holiday season brings...Everyone here at Thomas Livestock Co, would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas!!
Originally the month of October has been known as a time when hog were traditionally sent to market. But as time has gone by, it serves as a celebration in thanking pork producers, and to also share their stories with the consumers. We would love to... Read More
Rebekah was featured on "Real Pig Farming". Watch the video inside the link. .
Tim Chancellor of Broken Bow believes in agriculture. A good part of a conversation with Chancellor, Finishing Supervisor for Thomas Livestock Company, (T.L.C.), will be about the pork industry but topics don’t stop there. When he discusses... Read More
Swine veterinarian, Larry Coleman, of Broken Bow, Neb. gives a lot of presentations around the country, and most of those presentations focus on measures taken to have world-class pork production and world-class pork operations. When asked to name... Read More