North Dakota Soybean Growers Association

North Dakota Soybean Growers Association

The North Dakota Soybean Growers Association is a statewide, not-for-profit, member-driven organization. We exist to conduct legislative activities in Bismarck and Washington, D.C. to improve the sustainable prosperity of its members and the entire soybean industry. The North Dakota organization is one of 26 soybean-producing states affiliated with the American Soybean Association.

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North Dakota Wheat Commission

North Dakota Wheat Commission

The North Dakota Wheat Commission works to sustain and expand use of wheat grown by North Dakota farmers by creating worldwide market opportunities through efforts including opening overseas markets, reinforcing consumption of grain foods, developing new wheat varieties and influencing international import and export policies. Wheat producers fund these programs with a checkoff of a penny and a half on each bushel sold.
 

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North Dakota Corn Growers Association

North Dakota Corn Growers Association

The North Dakota Corn Growers were organized in 1987 making ND one of the 48 states affiliated with the National Corn Growers Association

The North Dakota Corn Growers association serves as the activity arm of the North Dakota Corn Council.  Corn Growers have currently identified five priorities and have developed action teams to work on these priorities including: Grower Services; Public Policy; Stewardship & Conservation;Research; and Livestock and Ethanol Marketing.

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North Dakota Barley Council

North Dakota Barley Council

The North Dakota Barley Council was created by the 1983 North Dakota Legislature.  Funded by a check-off of one cent per bushel on barley sales from 1983-2009 and a check-off of two cents per bushel on barley sales from 2009 to present, the Council supports research and development for new barley varieties, provides education and trade support to potential buyers, and seeks new opportunities to expand barley utilization in malting, livestock, and human food consumption.

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