The Omaha Agribusiness Club has been meeting for over 50 years. It offers opportunities for individuals interested in the region’s agriculture to meet, network and socialize together.


The Club is made up of a diverse membership representing all facets of agriculture including producers, business, government, and education. Members reside in all areas of Nebraska and Western Iowa. Networking of members helps strengthen the industry as a whole. Member’s support of one another ensures a viable agriculture for the future.
Annual Club Dues are $20.00.


The Omaha Agribusiness Club actively supports several of the state’s premiere agricultural education programs, including The Nebraska 4-H Foundation, Nebraska FFA, Ag in the Classroom, the UNL Extension, and the LEAD program. Educating the region’s youth on the importance of agriculture and the economy remains a primary goal for the Club.


The Club’s newsletter is published monthly except during summer recess in June and July. Members receive the newsletter as a benefit of belonging to the Club. The newsletter is an informative resource and beneficial business reference.


Regular monthly business meetings are held at Anthony’s Steak House located at 72nd and F Streets in Omaha, Nebraska (South of the 72nd Street Exit and I-80). These meetings include a luncheon along with a program speaker. Programs are informative and cover a wide range of agricultural topics. The lunch and meeting charge is $15.00 for members and $20 for non-members. Reservations are required, unless specified in the monthly meeting details.
Visitors always welcome. Make plans to join us at our next meeting for networking and to help keep the conversation going. Hope to see you there!

2019 MEETING SCHEDULE – Meetings are generally the 4th Monday of each month.  Click the Monthly Meetings link above for any changes.

3 thoughts on “About the Club

  1. I am an Ag teacher in the Northeast corner of Colorado. I put together a trip out to the National FFA Convention for our chapter as well as 10 other chapters—around 100 people total. What opportunities for tours of ag or ag related businesses are there around Omaha? Thanks in advance for the help.

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