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Kansas Corn Encouraged by Bipartisan Effort to Advance USMCA, Urges Immediate Passage

Kansas Corn Encouraged by Bipartisan Effort to Advance USMCA, Urges Immediate Passage

12-10-2019

December 10, 2019 – Kansas Corn Growers Association is encouraged by the announcement that the White House and Congress are moving forward with the legislative steps to ratify the United ...

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Kansas Corn Schools Set for January, February; Growers Encouraged to Register

Kansas Corn Schools Set for January, February; Growers Encouraged to Register

12-09-2019

With the theme “Finding What Fits in a New Decade”, the popular Kansas Corn Management School series is returning in January and February with six one-day schools to be held across the state. ...

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Japanese Ambassador Visits Kansas Farm Before Trade Agreement Is Finalized

Japanese Ambassador Visits Kansas Farm Before Trade Agreement Is Finalized

12-05-2019

Japanese Ambassador Shinsuke Sugiyama visited a Kansas corn farm shortly before the U.S.-Japan trade agreement was made official. Senator Pat Robert had asked Kansas Corn Commissioner Pat Ross to ...

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Kansas Corn Farmers Tell EPA to Keep RFS Whole

Kansas Corn Farmers Tell EPA to Keep RFS Whole

12-03-2019

The Kansas Corn Growers Association submitted comments to the docket for EPA’s supplemental proposal to the 2020 Renewable Volume Obligation (RVO) rulemaking. KCGA told EPA to hold true to ...

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Kansas Corn Farmers: Speak Up During EPA Ethanol Comment Period

Kansas Corn Farmers: Speak Up During EPA Ethanol Comment Period

10-31-2019

Just days after Kansas farmer Dennis McNinch completed corn harvest, he went to Michigan to testify at a public hearing on EPA’s proposal to address how it will account for ethanol waivers ...

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Kansas Corn STEM Resource Usage Across the State

Kansas Corn STEM Resource Usage Across the State

10-25-2019

Are your local educators using Kansas Corn STEM free resources? During the 2018-19 school year Kansas Corn Commission supported over 1,300 teachers with resources and training which lead to over ...

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Well…we AREN’T celebrating!

Well…we AREN’T celebrating!

As you may recall, the article I wrote on EPA’s proposed Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) Supplemental Rule was titled: “Are we Celebrating?” I purposely dodged that answer because I had a suspicion ...

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Kansas Corn’s Overseas Research Aims to Build Markets

Kansas Corn’s Overseas Research Aims to Build Markets

10-23-2019

Exploring ways to improve grain storage in tropical climates of southeast Asia, and demonstrating the use of distillers grains to improve nutrition for dairy heifers in India are two examples of ...

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EPA Plan for Trump’s Ethanol Package Falls Short of Expectations

EPA Plan for Trump’s Ethanol Package Falls Short of Expectations

10-15-2019

Oct. 15, 2019–Kansas Corn said the Environmental Protection Agency fell short of expectations in its supplemental proposal to the 2020 Renewable Volume Obligation (RVO) rulemaking. The ...

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Kansas Corn hosts ethanol officials from South Asia: India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

Kansas Corn hosts ethanol officials from South Asia: India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

10-10-2019

Kansas Corn is hosting a group of government and industry officials from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in Kansas to demonstrate aspects of the ethanol industry from field to fuel pump.The group ...

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