KCC & KCGA Annual Reports
The Kansas Corn Commission Annual Report and the Kansas Corn Growers Association Annual Report have been mailed to growers and are available online!Kansas Corn Commission Annual Report KCGA Annual Report
3-12-21: Kansas City drivers will have more fuel choices at the pump thanks to an Environmental Protection Agency ...Learn more
The Kansas Corn Commission has approved a new program in response to several positive movements have taken place in ...Learn more
Kansas Corn and K-State Research and Extension presented three Kansas Corn School online webinars in late January ...Learn more
2-2-21: Kansas Corn STEM has launched a new public library program, aiming to provide Kansas public libraries with ...Learn more
Learn about our mission of market development, education, research, and advocacy for corn--Kansas' top crop!
Kansas Corn STEM has launched a new public library program, aiming to provide Kansas public libraries with new resources based on the book, “We Grow Corn! Raising Corn on a Kansas Family Farm”. The series follows the book with six units focusing on growing corn. Kansas public libraries can request the book and materials for activities and lessons.Get Info on Our Library Series Here!
Kansas Corn invests in the future with our education programs! Our innovative STEM-based programs provide curriculum, lab materials and training for K-12 teachers. We also provide programs for college students interested in the role corn can play in their future careers.TEACHERS: Get K-12 Resources Here! COLLEGE STUDENTS: Corn on Campus
Kansas Corn provides corn growers opportunities to come together and focus on the future of the industry.Find Your Fit with Kansas Corn
- Ken McCauley, White Cloud
In today’s world, corn farmers have to be visible and vocal. The Kansas Corn Growers Association does that, helping farmers become more engaged, and providing opportunities to be heard on issues like the Farm Bill, ethanol and exports.
- Dennis McNinch, Corn Commission Chairman, Arnold, KS
The industry that is built around corn production provides a lot of opportunities for young people in Kansas. Kansas Corn’s collegiate programs help college students see how their skills can fit into jobs in the corn industry. This is one example of how we are working to build the future of Kansas corn through education and outreach.
- Lacie Fair, Newton High School High School Science Educator
Your organization has shown a commitment to our students and to us as professional educators through your Seed to STEM program. We appreciate every opportunity we have to provide our students with the best lab experiences, and you and your organization have made that possible.
- Krystale Neitzel, Corn Corps Class 1 member, Lawrence, KS
One of the topics we focused on in Corn Corps was improving our soft skills, such as conflict resolution and effective listening. We may not think we need to learn about these topics, but it’s critical for all families and farms
Kansas Corn is comprised of two groups who work to build the future of corn.