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North Dakota Corn Growers Association to Hold Farm Bill Meetings

FARGO, N.D. - The North Dakota Corn Growers Association will be hosting four meetings around the state on January 18th and 19th to hear input and suggestions from farmers on the 2018 Farm Bill. Representatives from each of the three Congressional...

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Mikke Pates, Agweek

 

FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota Corn Growers Association will be hosting four meetings around the state on January 18th and 19th to hear input and suggestions from farmers on the 2018 Farm Bill. Representatives from each of the three Congressional offices will be in attendance to discuss current issues affecting farmers and the 2018 Farm Bill.

 

The four meetings will be held as follows:

Fargo: January 18 at 8 AM

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Cambria Hotel and Suites, Ballroom C

825 East Beaton Drive, West Fargo, ND

 

Grand Forks: January 18 at 1 PM

Hilton Garden Inn

4301 James Ray Drive, Grand Forks, ND

 

Devils Lake: January 19 at 8 AM

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Fireside Inn & Suites, Sunset Room

215 Highway 2 E., Devils Lake, ND

 

Jamestown: January 19 at 1 PM

Fairfield Inn & Suites

930 25th St. SW, Jamestown, ND

 

Tom Brusegaard-Senator Hoeven, Tyler Jameson-WDC Senator Heitkamp, and Kaitlyn Kline-Representative Cramer will be in attendance to highlight priorities of their work on the upcoming Farm Bill and field questions from the audience.

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The North Dakota Corn Growers Association (NDCGA) is the farmer-led organization focusing on policy that impacts North Dakota corn producers.  The NDCGA consists of 14 growers from 7 districts along with 4 at-large directors. The NDCGA works with the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council to grow a healthy, profitable business climate for northern corn.

 

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