Corn growers hold annual priority and policy conference

The conference included inviting leadership from the U.S. Grains Council. | File photo

The annual priority and policy conference for members and stakeholders of the National Corn Growers Association was held in St. Louis last week.

Concerns addressed included how to have better communications between stakeholders and leadership in the association.

“This meeting consistently provides a chance for NCGA leadership to gain valuable insight from our state affiliates while fostering deep discussions that help all of us examine the issues more fully,” NCGA President Chip Bowling said. “This year, NCGA focused on finding new and innovative ways to foster discussion and deepen our exploration of the issues. The insight and ideas our attendees brought to discussions will provide us with sound guidance upon which to base effective, impactful plans for the upcoming years.”

For two days, chairs, presidents and executive directors of NCGA’s state organizations come together to hear from action teams and committees that allowed them to gain different and unique perspectives about what is happening in the agricultural industry.

As part of an initiative with U.S. Grains Council, the conference included inviting leadership from the council for a discussion on priorities and trade issues.

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