Chad and Courtney Lottman became first-generation processors when they bought the only grocery store in Chad's hometown of Diller


A slaughter floor was added and the back of the store was utilized to become a custom exempt plant.



C & C Processing doubled its size and became a USDA inspected plant


The store was remodeled to include more space for specialty meats, as well as to accommodate a booming deer processing business.


They expanded again, adding a processing area and a sausage-making area with a smokehouse.


After continued growth, Landmark Snacks was built in nearby Beatrice to allow the expansion of their co-packing business 


While they built their business with custom processing and deer processing, co-packing for other customers is now the primary focus. 

Owner Chad has been a member of the Nebraska Association of Meat Processors (NAMP) for over 20 years and served as director for over 12 years.  He served as president of NAMP in 2004.  Chad and Courtney actively help with and attend both state and national meat association conventions, striving to gain more knowledge and expertise in the industry.  C & C Processing has also won countless awards with their products at both state and national cured meats shows.

At the national level, Chad and Courtney were the recipients of the AAMP Accomplishment Award in 2001, which recognizes the honoree's outstanding achievements in the meat and poultry industry, accomplished over a relatively short period of time.  Chad served as President of AAMP in 2018-2019.