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Community meeting with Sen. Michael Bennet Sept. 2


The Colorado Wheat Administrative Committee and the Colorado Association of Wheat Growers will host a community meeting in Phillips County with U.S. Senator Michael Bennet Sept. 2 at 2 p.m., at the Richard Starkebaum farm.

The meeting is an opportunity for wheat producers to meet and talk with U.S. Senator Bennet, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, which is responsible for federal farm programs, disaster assistance, federal crop insurance and other legislation affecting wheat production and exports.

The Richard Starkebaum farm is located four miles east of Haxtun on Highway 6; two miles south on Road 13; and one-half mile east on Road 24.

For more information about the community meeting, please call 1-800-WHEAT-10, or visit www.coloradowheat.org.

WAC and CAWG are two distinctly separate organizations with different, but complimentary purposes. CWAC is the producer-elected Board of Control for the Colorado Wheat Marketing Order whose purpose is to decide how assessment funds are to be spent for research, promotion and education activities. CAWG is a voluntary membership association that lobbies on behalf of wheat growers at the state and national levels of government and provides special programs and benefits to dues paying members.

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