Law enforcement officials in Caldwell County, Missouri, confirmed Friday that remains found at a Missouri farm and in Nebraska are those of two missing brothers from Wisconsin.

The Caldwell County Sheriff's Office said investigators found the remains of missing brothers Nick and Justin Diemel of Shawano,

Caldwell County Sheriff Jerry Galloway said Nick Diemel's remains were recovered on a farm in rural Caldwell County, while Justin Diemel's remains were recovered in a livestock trailer in Lincoln County, Nebraska.

"An examination of dental records confirmed both identifications," Galloway said.

Last month, Garland Joey Nelson was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, relating to missing brothers Nick and Justin Diemel. Nelson was also charged with two counts of abandonment of a corpse, tampering with physical evidence, unlawful possession of a firearm and armed criminal action.

The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office in Nebraska said it was contacted by a rancher in Hershey, who reported finding human remains in a stock trailer that he recently bought in Missouri.

"Deputies arrived and found a large plastic animal supplement tub full of dirt. The rancher advised he found the tub in the large stock trailer he just purchased. The rancher took the tub out of the trailer to spread the dirt in his driveway. Upon doing so he saw what he believed was human remains and other items in the tub," the Sheriff's Office said.

The Caldwell County Sheriff's Office in Missouri was contacted after the remains were found.