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NGFA wants smaller conservation reserve

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The National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) represents the interests of commercial grain dealers across the country. Most grain elevators are members of the Association, either directly or indirectly as members of their state association.

Randy Gordon serves as CEO of National Grain and Feed Association. He spoke with Ken Root at the National Farm Broadcasters convention in mid-November. Gordon told Ken NGFA is hopeful that Trump’s infrastructure plan will address the needs of rural America. The Association also wants the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) to shrink its acreage and focus on environmentally sensitive areas only.

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