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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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Producers Association

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

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Kansas Agriculture Groups Seek Nominations for United Sorghum Checkoff Board

Calendar Add to Calendar Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML When: 02/06/2018 @ 8:45 AM – 2:00 PM 2018-02-06T08:45:00-06:00 2018-02-06T14:00:00-06:00 Where: Dodge City, KS Contact: Pat Damman Email The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) is seeking… Read More

KGSPA Elects Officers, New Directors

Calendar Add to Calendar Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML When: 02/06/2018 @ 8:45 AM – 2:00 PM 2018-02-06T08:45:00-06:00 2018-02-06T14:00:00-06:00 Where: Dodge City, KS Contact: Pat Damman Email COLWICH, Kansas – The Kansas Grain Sorghum Producers Association (KGSPA) elected two… Read More

Calendar Add to Calendar Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML When: 02/06/2018 @ 8:45 AM – 2:00 PM 2018-02-06T08:45:00-06:00 2018-02-06T14:00:00-06:00 Where: Dodge City, KS Contact: Pat Damman Email Kansas Sorghum Farmers Congratulate David Schemm as new Kansas FSA Director COLWICH,… Read More

Calendar Add to Calendar Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML When: 02/06/2018 @ 8:45 AM – 2:00 PM 2018-02-06T08:45:00-06:00 2018-02-06T14:00:00-06:00 Where: Dodge City, KS Contact: Pat Damman Email Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission Invests nearly $1 million to improve Crop The… Read More

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