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Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission Invests nearly $1 million to improve Crop The Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission board of directors invested heavily to fund proposals targeted at furthering sorghum growers productivity and demand. The commitment, which was approved during the Sept. 13 board meeting, concludes the request for proposals cycle that began April 2017. The Kansas… Read More

Kansas Seeks Candidates for United Sorghum Checkoff Board

April 18, 2017 USDA-AMS is seeking nominations for positions on the Sorghum Checkoff board. Therefore, as Certified Producer Organizations, Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission, Kansas Grain Sorghum Producers Association and Kansas Farm Bureau will receive interested candidate inquiries and applications until COB Friday, May 5th. Kansas has 1 position to fill. Any sorghum producer can be considered.… Read More

JESSE MCCURRY TO LEAD KANSAS GRAIN SORGHUM AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

JESSE MCCURRY TO LEAD KANSAS GRAIN SORGHUM AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR COLWICH – Jesse McCurry has been selected as Executive Director of the Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission and Kansas Grain Sorghum Producers Association. McCurry is an experienced agricultural advocate, with expertise in agriculture, ethanol and public policy. He most recently worked for National Sorghum Producers and… Read More

Kansas Grain Sorghum Seeking Executive Director

Kansas Grain Sorghum Seeking Executive Director Kansas Grain Sorghum seeks a dynamic, motivated candidate to advance Kansas Grain Sorghum for the benefit of Kansas sorghum farmers. Successful candidates will bring knowledge of advocacy, board and program governance, board and program management, pride in success, vision, leadership, employee management, passion/energy and an understanding of Kansas agriculture… Read More

KANSAS GRAIN SORGHUM hires staff and elects new board members

KANSAS GRAIN SORGHUM hires staff and elects new board members

KANSAS GRAIN SORGHUM hires staff and elects new board members Kansas Grain Sorghum recently hired Pat Damman as the new Director.  Damman will work to represent the Kansas sorghum industry on the state and national levels. He will be establishing, developing and maintaining strategic producer, first handler, and end-user relationships in Kansas.  This includes, providing… Read More

K-State Sorghum Production Schools Scheduled for February

K-State Sorghum Production Schools Scheduled for February

MANHATTAN, Kan. – A series of four K-State Sorghum Production Schools will be offered in mid-February 2015 to provide in-depth training for sorghum producers. The schools will be sponsored by Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission. The one-day schools will cover issues facing sorghum producers: weed control strategies, crop practices, soil fertility and nutrient management, insect control, irrigation, and risk… Read More

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