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Press Releases

Oct 2

NSP Names 2018 Legislative Committee Members

NSP Names 2018 Legislative Committee Members LUBBOCK, Texas — National Sorghum Producers board of directors Chairman Don Bloss has appointed five new members to the NSP Legislative Committee. These members include Mike Brooks of Colorado, Devin Schierling of Kansas, Rex Rush of New Mexico, J.B. Stewart of Oklahoma and Samuel Sparks III of Texas. These […]

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Sep 14

NSP Hires New Relationship Manager

NSP Hires New Relationship Manager LUBBOCK, Texas —Christi Stulp has joined the National Sorghum Producers staff as relationship manager. Stulp will lead the efforts of the Industry Partner and Elevator-Member programs. “I am very excited to re-welcome Christi to Team Sorghum,” NSP CEO Tim Lust said. “Christi brings a wealth of knowledge both in sorghum and […]

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Aug 16

NSP Board Re-elects Officers and Members

NSP Board Re-elects Officers and Members LUBBOCK, Texas — The National Sorghum Producers board of directors elected officers and re-appointed three individuals to the board last week during its annual August board meeting. NSP board member Don Bloss of Pawnee City, Nebraska, was re-elected chairman and board member Dan Atkisson of Stockton, Kansas, was re-elected […]

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Jul 19

National Sorghum Foundation Awards Annual Scholarships

National Sorghum Foundation Awards Annual Scholarships LUBBOCK, TEXAS – The National Sorghum Foundation awarded three scholarships to students who have shown an appreciation for the sorghum industry. The 2017 Sorghum Challenge Scholarship recipient is Chris Weber, a senior agronomy major at Kansas State University. This scholarship is awarded to those who are undergraduate students and […]

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Jun 8

NSP Welcomes Dyna-Gro as an Industry Partner

NSP Welcomes Dyna-Gro as an Industry Partner LUBBOCK, Texas — National Sorghum Producers is pleased to welcome Dyna-Gro Seed to the NSP Industry Partner Program as a Contributor Level sponsor. “We believe supporting each other in the sorghum industry can allow us to reach greater heights,” said Tim Lust, National Sorghum Producers CEO. “We look […]

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Jun 1

NSP Welcomes Bish Enterprises as an Industry Partner

NSP Welcomes Bish Enterprises as an Industry Partner LUBBOCK, Texas — National Sorghum Producers welcomes Bish Enterprises to the NSP Industry Partner Program as a Bronze Level sponsor. “We believe in working together to help the sorghum industry realize its full potential,” said Tim Lust, National Sorghum Producers CEO, “and we look forward to drawing […]

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May 31

NSP Hires New Communications Director

NSP Hires New Communications Director LUBBOCK, Texas —Mollie Dykes has joined the National Sorghum Producers staff as communications director. Dykes will provide a broad range of public relations and marketing communications support to the organization and will serve as associate editor for Sorghum Grower magazine. “I am very excited to welcome Mollie to team sorghum,” […]

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May 23

NSP Statement on President’s Proposed Budget

NSP Statement on President’s Proposed Budget LUBBOCK, Texas — The White House today released its FY2018 proposed budget, which details the elimination of the Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) and steep cuts to crop insurance and other farm policies like conservation and foreign market development important to farmers and the sorghum industry. […]

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Apr 25

NSP Welcomes New Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue

NSP Welcomes New Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue LUBBOCK, Texas — National Sorghum Producers welcomes the opportunity to work with Sonny Perdue who was confirmed last night by the U.S. Senate as the new Secretary for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. “National Sorghum Producers congratulates Sonny Perdue on his new position leading the USDA,” said Don Bloss, […]

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Mar 31

Projected Sorghum Acres Indicate Potential Shortfall to Meet Established Demand

Projected Sorghum Acres Indicate Potential Shortfall to Meet Established Demand LUBBOCK, Texas —In response to the March 31, 2017, U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service Prospective Plantings report, National Sorghum Producers CEO Tim Lust released the following statement: “As we know from past years, this report is a survey of intentions weeks before […]

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