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Meeker Reelected to Lead Sorghum Association

The National Sorghum Producers Board of Directors reelected officers and a new director at its annual board and budget meeting in August. Craig Meeker of Wellington, Kansas, will serve a second term as Chair, Amy France of Scott City, Kansas, will continue to serve as vice chair, and Kody Carson of Olton, Texas, retains his position as past chair.

“The executive leadership team has represented sorghum farmers exceptionally well this past year, and we look forward to following their leadership in 2024,” says NSP CEO Tim Lust. “As we near more concentrated farm bill debate and other issues pressing sorghum farmers and the industry, Craig, Amy, and Kody serve as a shining example of dedication and expertise, guiding us toward a more prosperous and sustainable future for sorghum in the United States.”

He also says the sorghum industry is fortunate to have them at the industry’s helm during an important time.

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