National Corn Growers Association news
he Indiana Corn Marketing Council, the state’s corn checkoff program, celebrated its 15th anniversary with a variety of farm industry leaders, lawmakers and corn growers in Indianapolis.
The farmer-leaders of the United Soybean Board convened for its summer board meeting to approve a 2023 fiscal year budget of $123 million for program work, starting Oct. 1, 2022.
The Illinois Corn Growers Association celebrated its 50th anniversary with an open house at its headquarters in the afternoon and reception, dinner and program that evening at the DoubleTree Hotel.
The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled on July 18 against imposing tariffs on nitrogen fertilizers imported from Russia and Trinidad and Tobago.
Renewable fuel boosters did some “myth busting” and discussed ethanol’s role in gasoline prices during a National Corn Growers Association podcast.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency finalized a package of action setting 2020, 2021 and 2022 Renewable Fuel Standard biofuel volumes.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently denied 36 small refinery exemption petitions for the 2018 compliance year. EPA is still considering petitions from other refineries for compliance years ranging from 2016 to 2021.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack touted new action plans for the U.S. Department of Agriculture at the Commodity Classic in New Orleans.
When John Enns climbed up on his rye wicker on a beautiful day in 2004, he was looking forward to spending time in the field. Excited about riding his recently purchased equipment, he didn’t know he was moments away from having his life change forever.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has created not only instability in the geopolitical climate, but also uncertainty in the agriculture sphere.
Details of a new federal crop insurance program for post-applications of nitrogen were recently unveiled.
Crop insurance is a vital risk management tool that should be maintained and strengthened in the next farm bill, according to a panel of commodity growers, lenders and conservationists.
“My Drone’s View Returning Home” is the grand prize winner of the 2021 National Corn Growers Association Fields-of-Corn photo contest. The picture was taken via drone by Todd Wachtel of Illinois.
Corn prices have been on the rise, but so have input costs. Chris Edgington, president of National Corn Growers Association and a farmer from Iowa, shared his views on recent corn farming news during a podcast hosted by the organization.
Corn farmers who “split-apply” nitrogen now have another option for insurance coverage under a program developed in part by corn growers from Illinois and across the nation.