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WORLD OF CORN 2014

Letter from the NCGA


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In 2013, Americas farmers showed how, with resilience and resolve, they truly are heroes.
Following a year of record drought and confronting a late, wet planting season, these
strong, independent men and women worked tirelessly to plant a crop that would produce
an unparalleled abundance. Their hard work and determination provide our nation with
the corn that fuels our economy, feeds our people and drives innovation. Exhibiting
both character and excellence, corn farmers provide the uniquely American crop that
drives our countrys unequalled success. As you turn these pages, you too can take
a journey that celebrates the World of Corn.

Martin Barbre
President

Rick Tolman
CEO

The World of Corn


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Only the starch is used to make
ethanol. The remaining nutrients,
protein, fiber and oil, known
as Dried Distillers Grains with
Solubles are used as feed.

31.5
lbs. of starch

Corn starch is preferred in many


commercial food applications due
to its translucent nature versus
flour which is opaque.

2.8
17.5
13.5
33 2.6
1.5
gallons of fuel ethanol

lbs. of DDGS*

22.4

One Bushel of Corn


Can Provide
one of the
following four:

lbs. of PLA fiber/polymer

Corn starch can be used to create


polylactic acid polymers. These
can be processed into sustainable
versions of fibers and plastics.
*In dry-grind ethanol process.
**In wet-mill ethanol process.
Gluten feed is 20 percent protein and gluten meal is 60 percent protein.

lbs. of gluten feed**

lbs. of sweetener

Corn syrup is used as a


sweetener, thickening
agent and as a humectant,
a water-absorbing
ingredient helping food
retain freshness.

lbs. of gluten meal**

lbs. of corn oil**

U.S. Select Crop Value


($ billion)

2012*
2013**

$0.25
$0.24
$1.41
Barley
$1.29
$1.56
Sorghum $1.63
Oats

Wheat

$17.61
$14.48

Soybeans
Corn

$43.69
$41.11
$61.27

$74.27

Data Source: USDA, WASDE, Jan. 10, 2014


estimate
projections

U.S. All Crop Acres Harvested


2012-2013
(1,000 acre)

Corn (grain)
Corn (silage)
Soybeans
Hay
Wheat
Cotton
Sorghum (grain)
Sorghum (silage)
Barley
Rice
Sunflower
Dry Edible Beans
Canola
Sugar Beets
Potatoes
Peanuts
Oats
Sugar Cane
Dry Edible Peas
Proso Millet
Tobacco
Lentils
Rye
Flaxseed
Safflower
Sweet Potatoes
Peppermint
Other
Mustard Seed
Hops
Total

2012
87,375
7,379
76,164
56,260
48,921
9,372
4,955
363
3,244
2,679
1,841
1,690
1,729
1,204
1,132
1,604
1,045
902
621
205
336
450
248
333
160
126
76
44
50
32
310,540

2013
87,668
6,256
75,869
58,257
45,157
7,664
6,530
380
3,000
2,468
1,475
1,311
1,265
1,154
1,052
1,042
1,030
906
797
638
356
347
278
172
170
113
69
48
43
35
305,550

Source: USDA, NASS, Crop Production 2013 Summary, Jan. 10, 2014

**

U.S. Corn at a Glance


2013

Components of Yellow Dent Corn

95.4 Million Acres Planted


87.7 Million Acres Harvested
13.9 Billion Bushels Produced
$61.3 Billion Corn Crop Value
$4.40 Average Price/Bushel

3.8% Corn Oil


15% Moisture
62%
Starch

Source: Corn Chemistry and Technology, 1999

19.2%
Protein and Fiber

U.S. Corn Production


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2013 U.S. Corn Production by State

Source: USDA, NASS, Crop Production 2013 Summary, Jan. 10, 2014

87,668

87,375

83,989

81,446

79,490

86,520

78,570

75,117

70,638

73,631

70,944

62,933

62,143

51,479

70,738

59,227

92,130

81,906

Historical Corn
Performance,
1933-2013

33 43 53 63 73 83 93 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13

Source: USDA, NASS, Crop Production 2013 Summary,


Jan. 10, 2014

13,925,147

10,780,296

12,359,612

13,091,862

12,446,865

10,531,123

11,112,187

11,805,581

10,087,292

6,337,730

5,670,712

4,174,251

4,019,238

2,881,801

2,668,490

2,104,725

821

989

1,631

1,708
1,128

1,673

1,304

(1,000 bu)

958

850

723

484

920

1,624

2,114
1,537

1,967

(million bushels)

13,037,875

U.S. Corn Production


1933-2013
12,091,648

U.S. Corn Ending Stocks


1933-2013

274

33 43 53 63 73 83 93 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*

33 43 53 63 73 83 93 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13

Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 15, 2014


*Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014

Source: USDA, NASS, Crop Production 2013 Summary,


Jan. 10, 2014

U.S. Corn Acres Planted


1933-2013

U.S. Corn Prices


1933-2013

$4.40

$6.89

$6.22

$5.18
$3.55

$4.20

$4.06

$3.04

$2.00

$2.06

$2.50

$2.42

$3.21

$2.55

$1.48

$1.11

$1.08

$0.49

95,365

97,155

91,936

88,192

86,382

($/bu)

85,982

93,527

78,327

81,779

80,929

78,603

73,239

60,207

72,253

81,574

68,771

(1,000 acre)

$46.48

$54.76

$49.09

$32.09

$22.20

$24.38

$24.48

$16.04

$14.46

$13.55

$4.45

$4.29

$2.88

$1.04

158.8

147.2

123.4

152.8

153.9

150.7

149.1

147.9

160.3

142.2

100.7

81.1

91.3

67.9

164.7

($ billion)

(bushels/acre)

$61.27

U.S. Corn Crop Value


1933-2013

$74.27

U.S. Average Corn Yield


1933-2013

$76.88

33 43 53 63 73 83 93 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12* 13**

Source: USDA, WAOB, World Agriculture Supply & Demand Estimate,


Jan. 10, 2014
*estimated
**projected for crop year Sept. 2013 - Aug. 2014

$64.48

33 43 53 63 73 83 93 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13

Source: USDA, NASS, Crop Production 2013 Summary,


Jan. 10, 2014

40.7

43,660
162,690
9,180
35,100
129,690
0
28,884
10,140
81,375
2,161,500
21,600
2,100,400
1,035,450
508,000
243,100
115,910
0
66,360
0
348,750
1,304,000
435,200
146,080
8,625
123,540
396,000
1,623,500
0
11,120
7,410
0
95,220
661,980
44,950
6,840
160,230
0
43,550
808,680
127,920
276,000
5,270
55,440
0
22,575
445,300
5,292
8,636
13,925,147

231

148
187
180
195
131
0
166
130
175
165
180
178
177
127
170
173
0
158
0
155
160
136
176
115
142
110
170
0
139
190
0
138
177
145
190
147
0
130
138
156
138
170
154
0
215
146
147
127
158.8

109,830

295
870
51
180
990
0
174
78
465
13,100
120
11,800
5,850
4,000
1,430
670
0
420
0
2,250
8,150
3,200
830
75
870
3,600
9,550
0
80
39
0
690
3,740
310
36
1,090
0
335
5,860
820
2,000
31
360
0
105
3,050
36
68
87,668

94,341

320
880
85
600
1,220
27
180
115
510
13,600
350
12,000
6,000
4,300
1,530
680
16
480
31
2,600
8,600
3,350
860
120
930
3,850
9,950
14
90
120
7
1,200
3,900
370
80
1,480
2
350
6,200
890
2,350
83
510
92
190
4,100
53
100
95,365

(1,000 acre)

32.6

AL
AR
AZ
CA
CO
CT
DE
FL
GA
IA
ID
IL
IN
KS
KY
LA
MA
MD
ME
MI
MN
MO
MS
MT
NC
ND
NE
NH
NJ
NM
NV
NY
OH
OK
OR
PA
RI
SC
SD
TN
TX
UT
VA
VT
WA
WI
WV
WY
U.S.

Acres
Total
Average Yield
Harvested for
Production
bushel/acre
Grain (1,000s)
1,000 bushels

22.8

Acres
Planted
(1,000s)

U.S. Corn Acres Harvested


1933-2013

33 43 53 63 73 83 93 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13

33 43 53 63 73 83 93 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12* 13**

Source: USDA, NASS, Crop Production 2013 Summary,


Jan. 10, 2014

Source: USDA, WASDE, Jan. 10, 2014


* estimate
**projections

Global Corn Production


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World Corn Exports/Imports 2013-2014*
(million bushels)

South Africa 75 (1.7%)


Russia 98 (2.3%)
EU-27 118 (2.7%)
India 138 (3.2%)
U.S. 1,457
(33.8%)

Brazil 827
(19.2%)

Ukraine 709
(16.5%)

Paraguay 71 (1.6%)
Serbia 63 (1.5%)
Canada 59 (1.4%)
Other 141 (3.3%)

World Corn Production


2013-2014*
(million bushels)

India
905

Argentina 551
(12.8%)

Canada
559

Ukraine
1,181

Exporting Nations

Total Exports/Imports
4,306

Japan 610
(14.2%)

Mexico 433
(10.1%)

South Korea
354 (8.2%)

Importing Nations

EU-27 354
(8.2%)

Egypt
224
(5.2%)

EU-27
2,547

Other 1,483
(34.4%)

Brazil
2,756

U.S. 31 (0.7%)
Malaysia 134 (3.1%)
Colombia 154 (3.6%)

China 197 (4.6%)


Taiwan 169 (3.9%)
Iran 161 (3.7%)

Source: USDA, FAS Grain: World Markets and Trade, Jan. 10, 2014
*Marketing Year Oct. 1, 2013 - Sept. 30, 2014

South Africa
Argentina
512
984
Mexico
854

World Total
38,065

Other
5,300

731

1,450

1,543

1,980

1,858

1,835

China
8,543

2,437

2,134

2,125

1,900

1,818

1,588

1,941

1,905

1,937

1,979

1,503

2,229

1,794

2,177

U.S. Corn Exports 1993-2013


1,327

U.S.
13,925

Source: USDA, FAS Grain: World Markets and Trade, Jan. 10, 2014
*Marketing Year Oct. 1, 2013- Sept. 30, 2014

93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12* 13**

*estimate
**projections

Source: USDA, WAOB, World Agriculture Supply & Demand Estimate, Jan. 10, 2014

World Corn Consumption


2013-2014*

U.S. Corn Exports/Leading Markets 2010-2013


(million bushels)

(million bushels)

Mexico
1,220

Brazil
2,165
EU-27
2,775

Japan
Mexico
China
Venezuela
Taiwan
Canada

2010-11
548
295
39
34
108
38

2011-12
453
401
203
53
61
34

Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 15, 2014

2012-13
270
180
95
42
21
18

South Korea
Saudi Arabia
Cuba
Jamaica
Other
Total

2010-11
241
23
18
11
477
1,830

2011-12
140
14
19
10
154
1,543

2012-13
18
14
11
10
52
731

Other
7,884

Egypt
461

Japan
610

India
744

Indonesia
437

U.S.
11,700

Canada
492

World Total
36,993
China
8,503

Source: USDA, FAS Grain: World Markets and Trade, Jan. 10, 2014
*Marketing Year Oct. 1, 2013- Sept. 30, 2014

Corn Consumption Overview


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Corn Processed by Segment
1993-2013

Corn Usage by Segment


2013

(million bushels)

(million bushels)

8,000
7,000

FSI

Feed/Residual

6,000

Total Usage 13,150 million bushels


= 25 million bushels
Exports

5,000
4,000
3,000

Exports

2,000
1,000

Carry-Out

93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*
Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook
*projection

Food/Seed/Industrial Usage
1983-2013
6,400

6,044

6,428

6,428

5,961

5,025

4,442

3,541

3,019

2,707

2,549

1,862

1,613

1,298

Feed/Residual
5,300 million bushels
(40.3%)

Fuel
Ethanol

3,893 million
bushels
(29.6%)

DDGs

(million bushels)

930

1,450 million bushels


(11.0%)

1,107 million
bushels
(8.4%)

High-Fructose Corn Syrup

500 million bushels (3.8%)

Sweeteners

280 million bushels (2.1%)

Starch

250 million bushels (1.9%)

Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 2014


Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014

Cereal/Other

205 million bushels (1.6%)

Beverage/Alcohol

140 million bushels (1.1%)

Seed

83 88 93 98 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*

25 million bushels (0.2%)

Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 15, 2014


*Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014

STUFF YOU MAY NOT REALIZE WAS MADE WITH CORN


paints
candles
fireworks

drywall
plastics
adhesives

antibiotics
textiles
soaps

shoe polish
sandpaper
dyes

FSI

5,293 million bushels

rubber tires
carpeting
fiberglass

Corn Consumption Food/Feed


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U.S. Corn Fed by Region 2003-2013
140

140

137

135

134

134

135

135

133

132

127

117

110

(million bushels)

136

Beverages and Manufacturing Alcohol 1983-2013

(million bushels)

3,000

88

Non-Corn Belt

2,500
2,000

83 88 93 98 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*
Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 15, 2013 *Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014

Corn Belt

500

491

513

521

512

489

523

535

545

525

530

441

265

361

(million bushels)

544

High-Fructose Corn Syrup Usage 1983-2013

1,500
03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

1,000
12 13*

Source: ProExporter Network, Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014


*projections

Corn Fed by Species 2000-2013

83 88 93 98 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*
Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 15, 2013 *Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014

250

247

254

258

250

234

265

277

280

282

273

243

225

Beef

1,500
1,250
1,000

161

215

2,000
1,750

Starch Usage 1983-2013


(million bushels)

(million bushels)

Poultry
Pork
Dairy

750

83 88 93 98 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*
Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 15, 2014, *Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014

205

210

203

197

194

192

192

190

190

189

08 09 10 11

12

13*

pork

dairy

Source: ProExporter Network, Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014


* projections

140

187

Other
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07

(million bushels)

184

250
0

Cereal and Food 1983-2013

beef

70

117

500

poultry

83 88 93 98 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*
Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 15, 2013 *Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014

280

282

272

257

245

256

259

245

234

238

226

219

182

167

(million bushels)

297

Sweetener Usage 1983-2013


U.S. Meat Exports by Animal Group 1993-2013
(thousand metric tons)

4,000
3,500

83 88 93 98 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*
Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 15, 2013 *Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014

3,000
2,500

Poultry

1,107

1,051

1,174

1,218

1,102

923

1,500
1,000

569

342

329

253

914

2,000

Corn Displaced by
DDG/CGF in Domestic
Livestock Rations
2003-2013

500
0

(million bushels)

Beef
Pork
93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*

03

04

05

06

07

Source: ProExporter Network, *Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014


* projections

08

09

10

11

12

13*

Source: PRX; USDA, WAOB World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates, Jan. 2014
* Calendar Year Estimates

Corn Consumption Ethanol


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U.S. Ethanol Production Facilities

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates for every

Ethanol is a powerful force in realizing a reduction in our


dependence on crude oil. Thanks to ethanol, plant-based
biofuel is the fastest-growing renewable energy technology.

one billion gallons of ethanol produced, 10,000 to


20,000 jobs are added to our domestic economy.

Nameplate capacity
Ethanol plants

Operating Ethanol Plants


U.S. Total: 196
Nameplate capacity
U.S. Total: 14,881
OR 2/149
ND 4/360

ID 1/50
CA 4/223

MN 21/1147

WY 1/10
SD 15/1019
WI 9/506

25
NE 23/1992

CO 4/125

AZ 1/55

IA 41/3963
MI 5/268

KS 11/504

IL 14/1421

NM 1/30

NY 2/164

IN 12/1148
0H 7/528

MO 6/271
TX 2/355

PA 1/110

KY 2/36

TN 2/225

VA 1/65

MS 1/54
LA 1/2
GA 2/101
Source: Renewable Fuels Association, Jan. 2014

Corn Used for Ethanol and DDG Production


1983-2013

2013

71% Stacked
Traits

5,000

4,648

5,021

5,000

4,591

3,709

3,049

2,119

1,603

1,323

1,168

(1,000 acres)

518

458

287

160

(million bushels)

Biotech Share of U.S. Corn Acres Planted

Insect Resistant
Non-Biotech
Herbicide Tolerant
Stacked Traits
Total

4,768
9,537
13,351
67,709
95,365

10%

83 88 93 98 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13*

Source: USDA, ERS, Feed Outlook, Jan. 15, 2014


*Crop Year Ending Aug. 31, 2014

14%
Herbicide
Tolerant

5% Non-Biotech
Insect
Resistant
Source: USDA, NASS, Crop Production Annual, Jan. 10, 2014

Percentage of Biotech Acreage


2011-2013
Year
IL
IN
IA
KS
MI
MN
MO
NE
ND
OH
SD
TX
WI
Other
Total

Insect
Resistant
11 12 13
14 14 4
7 9 2
13 12 5
28 20 7
11 8 4
16 19 3
27 18 5
15 16 6
26 17 5
24 13 6
7 9 2
22 20 16
18 10 3
20 18 6
16 15 5

Herbicide
Tolerant
11 12 13
17 18 7
22 15 10
16 15 14
22 19 15
24 26 15
29 22 10
22 20 16
26 20 13
32 36 20
13 20 16
25 23 12
24 21 20
27 23 18
30 26 21
23 21 14

Stacked
Traits
12 13
53 78
60 73
64 72
51 69
52 71
47 78
48 71
55 74
43 69
43 63
62 82
44 53
53 63
41 61
52 71

11
55
56
61
42
52
48
36
52
39
37
64
42
41
36
49

Source: USDA, NASS, Acreage Jun. 28, 2013

All Biotech
Hybrids
11 12 13
86 85 89
85 84 85
90 91 91
92 90 91
87 86 90
93 88 91
85 86 92
93 91 93
97 96 94
74 76 85
96 94 96
88 85 89
86 86 84
86 85 88
88 88 90

Organizations
8

CORN PROCESSING

Corn Refiners Association


(202) 331-1634
www.corn.org
North American Millers Association
(202) 484-2200
www.namamillers.org

CORN INPUT

American Seed Trade Association


(703) 837-8140
www.amseed.com
CropLife America
(202) 296-1585
www.croplifeamerica.org
The Fertilizer Institute
(202) 962-0490
www.tfi.org

CORN EXPORTS

U.S. Grains Council


(202) 789-0789
www.grains.org

FOOD AND SNACK CORN


Popcorn Board
(312) 644-6610
www.popcorn.org

Snack Food Association


(703) 836-4500
www.sfa.org

CORN FUTURES

CME Group
(312) 930-1000
www.cmegroup.com

RENEWABLE FUELS

American Coalition for Ethanol


(605) 334-3381
www.ethanol.org
Growth Energy
(202) 545-4000
www.growthenergy.org

STATE ORGANIZATIONS

Alabama Soybean and Corn Growers


Association
(256) 882-3369
Mark Hall, Executive Director
mark@alabamasoycorn.org
Alabama Wheat and Feed Grain Producers
(334) 288-3900
Brian Hardin, Assistant Director
bhardin@alfafarmers.org
Arkansas Corn and Grain Sorghum Board
(501) 228-1297
Matt King, Executive Director
matt.king@arfb.com
Colorado Corn Growers Association
Colorado Corn Administrative Committee
(970) 351-8201
Mark Sponsler, CEO
msponsler@coloradocorn.com
www.coloradocorn.com
Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission
(404) 656-3678
Nathan Wilson, Commodities Director
nathan.wilson@agr.georgia.gov
Georgia Corn Growers Association
(229) 386-3006
Dewey Lee, State Executive Coordinator
deweylee@uga.edu
Illinois Corn Growers Association
Illinois Corn Marketing Board
(309) 557-3257
(309) 827-0912
Rodney Weinzierl, Executive Director
weinzierl@ilcorn.org
www.ilcorn.org
Indiana Corn Growers Association
Indiana Corn Marketing Council
(800) 735-0195
(317) 347-3620
Jane Ade Stevens, Executive Director
jadestevens@indianacorn.org
www.incorn.org

Maryland Grain Producers Association


Maryland Grain Producers Utilization Board
(410) 956-5771
Lynne Hoot, Executive Director
lynnehoot@aol.com
www.marylandgrain.com
Michigan Corn Growers Association
Corn Marketing Program of Michigan
(517) 668-CORN (2676)
(888) 323-6601
Jim Zook, Executive Director
jzook@micorn.org
www.micorn.org
Minnesota Corn Growers Association
Minnesota Corn Research and Promotion
Council
(952) 233-0333
Tim Gerlach, Executive Director
gerlach@mncorn.org
www.mncorn.org

Corn Producers Association of Texas


Texas Corn Producers Board
(806) 763-2676
David Gibson, Executive Director
dgibson@texascorn.org
www.texascorn.org

Nebraska Corn Board


(402) 471-CORN (2676)
(800) 632-6761
Don Hutchens, Executive Director
don.hutchens@nebraska.gov
www.nebraskacorn.org

Virginia Corn Board


(804) 371-6157
Phil Hickman, Program Director
phil.hickman@vdacs.virginia.gov

Nebraska Corn Growers Association


(402) 438-6459
(888) 267-6479
Scott Merritt, Executive Director
smerritt@necga.org
www.necga.org

National Cattlemens Beef Association


(303) 694-0305
www.beef.org

Kansas Corn Growers Association


Kansas Corn Commission
(785) 448-6922
Jere White, Executive Director
jwhite@ksgrains.com
www.ksgrains.com/corn

Corn Growers Association of


North Carolina
(919) 803-4778
Joyce Woodhouse, Executive Secretary
jwoodhouse@earthlink.net

National Pork Board


(515) 223-2600
www.pork.org
National Pork Producers Council
(202) 347-3600
www.nppc.org
U.S. Poultry & Egg Association
(770) 493-9401
www.poultryegg.org

Kentucky Corn Growers Association


Kentucky Corn Promotion Council
(866) 543-9674
(800) 326-0906
Laura Knoth, Executive Director
laura@kycorn.org
www.kycorn.org
Louisiana Soybean and Grain Research and
Promotion Board
(225) 922-6209
Kyle McCann, Corresponding Secretary
kylem@lfbf.org

South Dakota Corn Growers Association


South Dakota Corn Utilization Council
(605) 334-0100
Lisa Richardson, Executive Director
lisal@sdcorn.org
www.sdcorn.org

Missouri Corn Growers Association


Missouri Corn Merchandising Council
(573) 893-4181
Gary Marshall, CEO
gmarshall@mocorn.org
www.mocorn.org

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National Grain & Feed Association


(202) 289-0873
www.ngfa.org

South Carolina Corn and Soybean Association


(803) 356-3727
Kathy Fudge, Executive Director
sccsa@collabefforts.com
www.scsoybeans.org

Tennessee Corn Growers Association


(731) 536-6226
Polk Glover, Secretary/Treasurer
polk@ken-tennwireless.com
www.tncorn.org

New York Corn and Soybean Growers


Association
(315) 583-5296
Julia Robbins, Executive Director
juliarobbins@gmail.com
www.nycornsoy.org

American Feed Industry Association


(703) 524-0810
www.afia.org

Pennsylvania Corn Growers Association


(610) 932-5785
H. Grant Troop, Executive Director
info@pacorngrowers.org
www.pacorngrowers.org

Mississippi Corn Growers Association


Mississippi Corn Promotion Board
(662) 325-2311
Dr. Erick Larson
elarson@pss.msstate.edu

Iowa Corn Growers Association


Iowa Corn Promotion Board
(515) 225-9242
Craig Floss, Chief Executive Officer
cfloss@iowacorn.org
www.iowacorn.org

Renewable Fuels Association


(202) 289-3835
www.ethanolrfa.org

Oklahoma Corn Growers Association


(580) 338-1568
Raylon Earls, Acting President

North Dakota Corn Growers Association


North Dakota Corn Utilization Council
(701) 364-2250
Tom Lilja, Executive Director
tom@ndcorn.org
www.ndcorn.org
Ohio Corn and Wheat Growers Association
Ohio Corn Marketing Program
(740) 201-8088
Tadd Nicholson, Executive Director
tnicholson@ohiocornandwheat.org
www.ohiocorn.org

Virginia Grain Producers Association


(804) 726-6022
Katie Hellebush, Executive Director
katie@virginiagrains.com
www.virginiagrains.com
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association
Wisconsin Corn Promotion Board
(262) 495-2232
Robert Oleson, Executive Director
wicorn@centurytel.net
www.wicorn.org

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