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Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission Determines 2023 Fiscal Budget

COLWICH, KS—The Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission (KGSC) will invest approximately $1,370,384 into programs of sorghum promotion, research market development and education during fiscal 2023, subject to USDA approval. In action at the KGSC funding budget board meeting on Sept. 1 in Great Bend, Kansas, the staff and research committee delivered proposed projects and the full… Read More

Kansas Sorghum Update: Recapping Top MY2020-21 U.S. Sorghum Export Locations and Pushing Forward with New Year Events in 2022

Marketing Year 2020-21 was a meaningful one for grain sorghum that welcomed great international demand for U.S. growers’ premium quality crops, and you can see the economics at work from that demand in the Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission’s 2021 Annual Report. The Annual Report is a snapshot of the Kansas sorghum industry containing information on… Read More

Parker Vulgamore Named New Kansas Grain Sorghum Collegiate Fellow for 2022

Parker Vulgamore, Scott City, KS MANHATTAN, KS – The Kansas Grain Sorghum Producers Association recently named Parker Vulgamore as the organization’s Collegiate Fellow for 2022. In this role, Vulgamore will assist Kansas Grain Sorghum connect smart policy solutions with farm-oriented programming at the state-level as well as assist staff of National Sorghum Producers with similar… Read More