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Local Grower Selected For Corn Congress

(KAIR)--A Doniphan County corn grower is among a group of seven selected to represent the Kansas Corn Growers Association at a national event.

According to a press release issued by the association, Ken McCauley, of White Cloud, will join the other six who were chosen in providing representation at the summer Corn Congress delegate sessions in Washington, D.C.

There, delegates will review National Corn Growers Association policy and elect national officers.

In addition to the voting delegate session, the growers will visit the offices of the Kansas congressional delegation, and participate in the National Corn Growers Association's action team meetings.

McCauley, in the press release, says “this is a crucial time for corn growers,” adding that it's important that Kansas “senators and representatives have an opportunity to discuss issues, like trade, regulatory reform and market access for ethanol.”

Corn Congress week, in the nation's capital, begins July 17.

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