AG POLICY NEWS
NCGA Faces Classic Issues
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Thu Feb 27, 2014 02:24 PM CST

SAN ANTONIO (DTN) -- The opening issues forum for the National Corn Growers Association included applause for completing a farm bill, but also highlighted some of the challenges in Washington, D.C., over issues such as ethanol and biotechnology.

NCGA and other commodity groups are opening their meetings in San Antonio as part of the annual Commodity Classic event this week.

Jon Doggett, vice president of public policy for NCGA, said he and fellow lobbyist Sam Willett were ready to accept the reality of a two-year extension of the 2008 farm bill before the tables turned and the 2014 act passed ...

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