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NSP Names 2015 Legislative Committee Members


National Sorghum Producers board of direc-


tors Chairman J.B. Stewart has appointed four new members to the NSP Legislative Commit- tee. Tese members include: Kent Winter of Kansas, Danny Beyer of Texas, Ethan Branscum of Arkansas, and Jordan Shearer of Oklahoma. Beginning fiscal year 2015, these producers


and 13 existing committee members will serve the sorghum industry, shaping future policy and guiding the organization on legislative mat- ters in accordance with NSP’s mission to im- prove the sorghum industry through advocacy and leadership. Te 2015 National Sorghum Producers Leg-


islative Committee members are: Chairman James Born of Perryton, Texas, Danny Beyer of Odem, Texas, Stephen Bigge of Stockton, Kan., Don Bloss of Pawnee, Neb., Ethan Branscum of Little Rock, Ark., Stan Fury of Broadview, N.M., Jason Frantz of Perryton, Texas, Lance Herndon of Parkton, N.C., Jim Massey of Rob- stown, Texas, Earl Roemer of Healy, Kan., Luke Sayes of Deville, La., Burl Scherler of Sheridan Lake, Colo., Adam Schindler of Reliance, S.D.,- Jordan Shearer of Slapout, Okla.,Greg Stone of Garden City, Kan.,John Williams of McLeansboro, Ill., and Kent Winter of Mount Hope, Kan.


Join us in Phoenix for Classic ‘15 Join National Sorghum Producers, National Corn


Growers Association, National Association of Wheat Growers, American Soybean Association and the Ag equipment Manufacturers for the 20th Annual Com-


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modity Classic in Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 26-28, 2015, at the Phoenix Convention Center. During Classic, NSP will host its annual Sorghum


General Session on Tursday, Feb. 26 and will honor the winners of the NSP Yield Contest on Friday, Feb. 27. NSP Chairman J.B. Stewart will once again participate in the annual Presidents Roundtable during the Classic General Session. Learn more about Classic registration and the agenda at www.CommodityClassic.com


SORGHUM Grower Fall 2014


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