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This session’s bills, where are they now?

This session’s bills, where are they now?

04-18-2019

By Maria Martinez, Policy Intern Maria is KCGA’s Policy Intern. Maria is from Queens, NY and is majoring in nimal sciences and industry at Kansas State University. She is also a member of Kansas ...

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Kansas Corn Staff Attends US Grains Council State Staff Meeting

Kansas Corn Staff Attends US Grains Council State Staff Meeting

Four Kansas Corn staff members recently attended the biannual state staff meeting of the US Grains Council held in Victoria, British Colombia. The three-day meeting brought together USGC from ...

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Technology in the Food System:

Technology in the Food System:

04-10-2019

Blog by Tarra Rotstein, Communications Intern How do consumers connect with the phrases “sustainable agriculture“, “gene editing” or even “stewardship”? What kind of transparency do consumers ...

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When Trade Wins, Kansas Wins

When Trade Wins, Kansas Wins

The US Grains Council has a robust collection of data and graphics showing the importance of exports to Kansas and the nation.Trade agreements, like the US Mexico Canada Agreement (the new NAFTA) ...

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Corn Growers: Submit E15 Comments TODAY!

Corn Growers: Submit E15 Comments TODAY!

03-26-2019

The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a proposed rule that has the potential of making sales of year-round E15 a reality this year. Kansas Corn has been working with fuel retailers to ...

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An Intern’s Inside Look at the Kansas Capitol

An Intern’s Inside Look at the Kansas Capitol

Blog by Tarra Rotstein, Communications Intern The distinctive copper dome, located on the east side of Kansas ,is the home to Topeka’s most notable landmark, the Kansas Capitol Building. As a ...

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Kansas Corn Launches Campaign to Push Sales of Ethanol Blends in Wichita Area

Kansas Corn Launches Campaign to Push Sales of Ethanol Blends in Wichita Area

03-15-2019

March 15, 2019–Kansas Corn launched a new campaign today to push consumers to purchase higher ethanol blends. Those who attended the 2019 Corn Symposium saw a sneak peek of the campaign. ...

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Kansas Corn Statement on EPA’s E15 Proposed Rule

Kansas Corn Statement on EPA’s E15 Proposed Rule

03-12-2019

Kansas Corn Statement on EPA’s E15 Proposed Rule March 12, 2019–Kansas Corn leaders made the following statement on EPA’s release today of the proposed rule to allow year-round sales ...

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Corn in the Classroom

Corn in the Classroom

Blog by Tarra Rotstein, Communications Intern Although we might not think about corn every day, it is an integral part of our lives. From the tires we drive on, to the lunch we eat, to the books ...

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Kansas Corn Disappointed in Kansas Ties to Flawed Study Attacking Ethanol and Corn

Kansas Corn Disappointed in Kansas Ties to Flawed Study Attacking Ethanol and Corn

03-11-2019

March 11, 2019–A flawed study that takes aim at the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) was discussed in a Congressional staff briefing today in Washington DC hosted by the National Wildlife ...

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