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Kansas Corn

There’s Still Time to Register for the Corn Symposium
Recent News There’s Still Time to Register for the Corn Symposium

Jan. 12, 2022–Corn producers have plenty of time to register for the 2022 Kansas Corn Symposium slated for ...

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KCGA: EPA Ethanol Announcement Falls Short
Recent News KCGA: EPA Ethanol Announcement Falls Short

Dec. 7, 2021–The Kansas Corn Growers Association responded today to EPA’s announced ethanol volumes. After ...

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Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska Corn Checkoffs Help Build Ethanol Infrastructure in Top U.S. Ethanol Market
Recent News Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska Corn Checkoffs Help Build Ethanol Infrastructure in Top U.S. Ethanol Market

9-8-21: The Kansas Corn Commission, along with the corn checkoff programs from Missouri and Nebraska, are ...

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Happening at Kansas Corn!

Learn about our mission of market development, education, research, and advocacy for corn--Kansas' top crop!

Symposium Invite (Facebook Post)

Kansas Corn Symposium | Jan. 27

Celebrate Kansas’ Top Crop at the 5th Annual Kansas Corn Symposium on Jan. 27 at the Salina Hilton Garden Inn.  This year’s program begins with a luncheon featuring Brad Palen from KCoe Isom who will speak about succession planning and tax policy. We’ll hold the KCGA annual meeting, a reception and dinner where we’ll celebrate the accomplishments of Kansas Corn. Stay the next day for the Kansas Commodity Classic, Friday morning, Jan. 28 at the Hilton Garden Inn. See Classic info below.

Register for the Corn Symposium Jan. 27
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Kansas Corn Schools

Join us at a Kansas Corn School in January and February with four in-person schools to be held across the state and one virtual session. Kansas Corn partners with K-State Research and Extension to offer the winter learning sessions. The in-person schools will cover issues facing corn producers and are tailored to each region and include a great lunch.


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Kansas Commodity Classic Jan 28

The Convention of the Kansas Corn, Wheat, Grain Sorghum and Soybean Associations. Join us at the Salina Hilton Garden Inn the morning of Friday, Jan. 5 for the Kansas Commodity Classic. Weather, Markets, Congressional Update and more. Luncheon Speaker: Trade Update from former US Trade Representative Greg Doud, Aimpoint Research.

Register for Kansas Commodity Classic!
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Find E15 Fuel and Higher Ethanol Blends Near You!

E15 is a higher octane, low carbon, lower cost fuel that is approved passenger vehicles 2001 and newer. That’s almost every car on the road today! Good for our economy, our environment and your car! Fine E15 near you!

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Committed to Education

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

Building Markets

The Kansas Corn Commission works with state, national and international partners to build domestic and export markets for corn in all forms: corn, red meat, ethanol and DDGS!

Exports Ethanol Livestock
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Supporting Growers

Kansas Corn provides corn growers opportunities to come together and focus on the future of the industry.

Join the Kansas Corn Growers Association!

What People are Saying

Accomplishing More Together

Who We Are

Kansas Corn is comprised of two groups who work to build the future of corn.

Join KCGA Today!