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NCGA Corn Board selects Schott as next first vice president

The National Corn Growers Association Corn Board has elected Bart Schott of Kulm, N.D., to the position of first vice president for the 2010 fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1. Schott and his family are third- and fourth-generation farmers raising no-till corn, soybeans and wheat. He also runs a seed business.

"I am honored and humbled to be selected by my fellow board members to serve as the next first vice president of NCGA," said Schott. "We live in dynamic times and I'm excited to be a part of the change that can bring both opportunities and challenges for corn farmers and our customers in producing food, feed and fuel for our nation and the world."

Schott has served as chairman of the North Dakota Corn Council. He is a member of the NCGA Finance Committee as well as a board liaison for the Grower Services Action Team. Schott is also chairman of NCGA's Bylaws Committee and a past chairman of the Association Relations Committee. Schott previously served as the NCGA Corn Board liaison for the National Cattlemen's Beef Association and a member of the NCGA Biotechnology Working Group and the Research and Business Development Action Team. He and his wife, Linsey, have three children, Peter, Andrew and Micah.



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