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Kansas Grain Sorghum

Commission and Producers Association

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The KGS Commission is committed to sorghum promotion, research, and information designed to strengthen, expand and develop new foreign and domestic markets for sorghum.


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The KGS Producers Association gives growers a voice in legislative, regulatory and industry affairs through efforts funded through membership dues.


Top Stories

Kansas Agriculture Groups Seek Nominations for United Sorghum Checkoff Board

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) is seeking nominations for positions on the United Sorghum Checkoff Program Board to fill four vacancies including one at-large producer position, two producer positions for Kansas and one producer position for Texas. The Secretary of Agriculture selects appointees from producers nominated by Certified Producer Organizations.… Read More

KGSPA Elects Officers, New Directors

COLWICH, Kansas – The Kansas Grain Sorghum Producers Association (KGSPA) elected two new directors at their annual meeting last week. KGSPA board member Kent Winter of Andale was re-elected President and board member Earl Roemer, Scott City, was re-elected Vice President. Lance Russell of Hays was elected Secretary. Jeff Zortman of Fowler was elected Treasurer.… Read More

Kansas Sorghum Farmers Congratulate David Schemm as new Kansas FSA Director COLWICH, Kan. — Kansas Grain Sorghum Producers Association is pleased with the recent appointment of David Schemm, grain sorghum and wheat farmer from Sharon Springs, to his new role as Farm Service Agency’s State Executive Director for Kansas. David is admired by his peers… Read More

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