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Sorghum producers invited to meeting in Lamar March 5


All Colorado sorghum producers are invited to a dinner meeting beginning at 6:30 p.m., March 5, at the Cow Palace in Lamar. No RSVP is required.

"We will have an excellent program following the complimentary dinner," said Terry Swanson, Walsh, president of Colorado Sorghum Producers and member of the National Sorghum Producers board of directors. The program will include presentations on implementation of the 2008 farm bill, crop insurance issues and the United Sorghum Check-off Program by Tim Lust, NSP chief executive officer and Chris Cogburn, NSP strategic business director.

CSP was organized in November 2007 as a voluntary membership organization to represent sorghum producers at the state and national levels of government and is a member state organization of NSP. CSP also advances the sorghum industry through public and private research into sorghum production and works to develop, promote and improve the domestic and export markets for sorghum through the United Sorghum Check-off Program.

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