Corn growers' annual report focuses on long-term perspective

The theme for the NCGA's 2015 report is
The theme for the NCGA's 2015 report is "Going Long."
The 2015 annual report from the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) is available online while the printed copy, which highlights the association’s achievements this year, will be released to all active members and made available at all meetings.

“We remember not too long ago the concerns over corn availability,” NCGA President Chip Bowling, a grower from Maryland, said. “That was a short-term view of the world corn growers knew was changing. Corn farmers were going long by investing in equipment, technology and know-how to life production to a new plateau to meet and exceed demand. And did farmers ever succeed."

The theme for the 2015 report is "Going Long." noting the efforts made this year to improve goals for the short term and the long term. 

"This is why we, as farmers and a member-driven organization, can never take our eye of thee demand-building opportunities that exist today and those that are, for now, mere dreams," Bowling said. "We must defend and grow the successful demand-builders like ethanol, exports and livestock as well as the many small opportunities that together make a big difference.”

The publisher's main goal is to develop an organized reference for anyone wanting to know more about farming and the NCGA’s role in the agricultural industry.

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