Over the coming days, the National Corn Growers Association will release a series of articles featuring the candidates running for election to the FY19 NCGA Corn Board. To initially introduce these volunteer farmers, NCGA’s Off the Cob has created a series of podcasts discussing the most important topics, from what inspires such service to their goals for the organization, to help acquaint membership and others with these exceptional leaders.
Please, click on the names below to hear the candidate’s interview:
Please note, if you have a weak or spotty internet connection, double click on the vertical stack of three dots to the right of the speaker symbol at the center of the screen that appears when you click the link above. This will allow you to play the podcast in its entirety without interruption.
Also- stay tuned as NCGA will also feature detailed candidate profiles the week leading up to the 2018 July Corn Congress in Washington, which will be held July 18 and 19.
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