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Sorghum Notes | April 13, 2017

Sorghum Notes | April 13, 2017

        National Sorghum Producers The voice of the sorghum industry     Sorghum e-Notes | April 13, 2017         Happy Easter from National Sorghum Producers National Sorghum Producers will be closed tomorrow, April 14 in observance of Good Friday. We here at NSP wish all our readers and their loved ones […]

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Sorghum Notes | May 7

Sorghum Notes | May 7

SORGHUM E-Notes May 7, 2015 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry   Senate GOP to Host First Fast-Track Trade Vote The first key vote for a fast-track trade bill will be next Tuesday, May 12. There is a 60-vote threshold on the GOP move in order to proceed. The legislation is a […]

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Sorghum Notes | June 20, 2013

Sorghum Notes | June 20, 2013

House Fails to Pass Farm Bill The U.S. House of Representatives today failed to pass H.R. 1947, the Federal Agriculture Reform, Food and Jobs Act of 2013 by a measure of 195-234. National Sorghum Producers Chairman Terry Swanson, a sorghum farmer from southeast Colorado, released the following statement in response to the bill’s failure to […]

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Sorghum Notes | May 2, 2013

Sorghum Notes | May 2, 2013

SORGHUM E-Notes May 2, 2013 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry NSP Names Legislative Committee Appointees NSP is pleased to announce 17 appointments to its Legislative Committee. National Sorghum Producers is leading legislative and regulatory change through effective policy and relationships for a more profitable, diverse and competitive sorghum industry. The NSP […]

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Sorghum Notes | March 14, 2013

Sorghum Notes | March 14, 2013

SORGHUM E-Notes March 14, 2013 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry Senate Begins Debate on FY 2013 Continuing Resolution The Senate began debate Tuesday, March 12 on a $982 billion spending package that would continue funding for federal departments, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture, through the end of September. The legislation, […]

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NSP Takes the Stage at Commodity Classic General Session

NSP Takes the Stage at Commodity Classic General Session

National Sorghum Producers Chairman Terry Swanson took the stage last Friday in Kissimmee, Fla., during the Commodity Classic General Session along with the leadership of the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA), the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG)  and the American Soybean Association (ASA). The chairman of the four lead commodity groups represented at Classic […]

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Images from Around Sorghum Country

Images from Around Sorghum Country

Another busy week for sorghum producers, researchers and advocates yielded not only growth in the industry, but also images from events and fields around the country. Have photos you would like to share? We’re tracking this year’s production across the country and want to see the status of your crop. Send us as many photos […]

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Commodity Classic Survival Guide

Commodity Classic Survival Guide

Sorghum growers who attend the 17th Annual Commodity Classic, March 1-3 in Nashville, Tenn., will get the inside scoop on what’s new from the people making it happen at America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show. We have put together a quick lists of links to help make your trip to this year’s Classic […]

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Former Miss America to Headline Sorghum General Session at 2012 Commodity Classic

Former Miss America to Headline Sorghum General Session at 2012 Commodity Classic

LUBBOCK, Texas — The 2011 Miss America Teresa Scanlan will deliver the keynote address during the Sorghum General Session on March 1 during the 2012 Commodity Classic in Nashville, Tenn. Scanlan, a Nebraska native, began advocating for agriculture during her reign as Miss America by establishing partnerships several agricultural organizations, including The Hand That Feeds […]

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Meet new NSP board member Greg Krissek

Meet new NSP board member Greg Krissek

This week’s NSP board member spotlight is on Greg Krissek, the director of government affairs for ICM Inc., in Wichita, Kan. He is one of the three new directors joining the NSP board this year. Krissek brings knowledge, leadership and experience to the NSP board. He has served as chairman on multiple boards and has […]

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