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ANNUAL REPORT

(Posted Mon. Jan 13th, 2014)

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Jan. 13:  The National Corn Growers Association’s annual report for the 2013 fiscal year is now available online.  A printed copy of the report, which highlights the association’s achievements over the previous year and features current financial information, will also be sent to all active members and made available at upcoming meetings.   Click here to view the full report.   “While we accomplished so much in 2013, it is imperative that each and every farmer takes the initiative again over the coming months,” said NCGA Chairwoman Pam Johnson, a grower from Floyd, Iowa, who served as president last year.  “We face an ongoing barrage of issues that could threaten our markets, our agricultural safety net and our very ability to farm the best way we know how. We must act to defend these things that ultimately help produce a crop for those who rely upon us and to do so while sensibly and sustainably managing resources. NCGA continually leads efforts to tackle these issues head-on,...

(Posted Mon. Jan 7th, 2013)

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Jan. 7: The National Corn Growers Association’s annual report for the 2012 fiscal year is now available online. A printed copy of the report, which highlights the association’s achievements over the previous year and features current financial information, will also be sent to all active members and made available at upcoming meetings. Click here to view the full report. “As the nation’s leading trade association representing corn growers, we’re proud of the work we do to promote opportunities, expand markets and build a brighter future for agriculture,” said NCGA Chairman Garry Niemeyer, a grower from Auburn, Ill., who served as president last year. “We’ve toiled tirelessly over the past year to proactively advance the image of corn growers and create opportunities to increase demand for their product. This report not only outlines the activities and programs grower contributions support; it also demonstrates their importance and effectiveness.” Themed “Staying the Course,” the...