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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.

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KGSPA Announces Member Roundtables

The Kansas Grain Sorghum Producers Association (KGSPA) is hosting a series of roundtable meetings across western Kansas. During the meetings, members are encouraged to bring input and discuss with staff bottom-line issues affecting the association. Staff will present State and Federal updates that KGSPA and NSP are currently addressing on behalf of members. A meal… Read More

Kansas Grain Sorghum Seeks Candidates For Conservation & Sustainability Fellowship

Kansas Grain Sorghum Seeks Candidates For Conservation & Sustainability Fellowship

Kansas Grain Sorghum is seeking qualified candidates, attaining undergraduate or graduate-level education, for a Conservation & Sustainability Fellowship based in Manhattan, Kansas. Accepted candidate will assist directly with National Sorghum Producer’s conservation collaboration with USDA that will document sorghum farmer practices in Kansas to promote positive outcomes and quantify the environmental footprint of grain sorghum. Cornerstone… Read More

Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission Makes Funding Decisions, Appoints At-Large Director and Officers

Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission Makes Funding Decisions, Appoints At-Large Director and Officers

  For immediate release: COLWICH, KS (October 21, 2019) – The Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission (KGSC) announced today its FY2020 budget, appointment of an at-large director and officers for 2020. KGSC commits to invest $823,302 in research, market development, education and promotion to fulfill its vision “to be the best stewards of financial resources, ensuring… Read More

U.S., Japan Agree to First Stage of Limited-Scope, Agricultural Trade Deal

U.S., Japan Agree to First Stage of Limited-Scope, Agricultural Trade Deal

President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe hosted on the sidelines of this week’s U.N. General Assembly a signing ceremony revolving around an initial trade agreement reportedly allowing for $7 billion of U.S. agricultural exports, including potential exports of U.S. ethanol, into the Japanese market. Media reports from earlier in the week noted ongoing… Read More

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