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Sorghum board meeting scheduled


The Nebraska Grain Sorghum Board has scheduled a public meeting for Nov. 19. The meeting will convene at 9 a.m., in the Student Union located on the UNL East Campus at 33rd and Holdrege Streets, Lincoln, Neb. The room will be posted on the kiosk in the lobby.

In addition to regular Board business, the meeting will include appointment to fill a vacancy on the board, election of officers, and naming of cooperator program representatives for the 2009-2010 Fiscal Year. Reports will be provided on program activities in the areas of research, market development, producer education and federal legislation.

Information regarding the appointment process or a copy of the agenda is available by e-mailing sorghum.board@nebraska.gov or by phoning the Nebraska Grain Sorghum Board at 402-471-4276.

The Nebraska Grain Sorghum Board administers the one-cent per hundredweight check-off, which is assessed on all grain sorghum sold in the state. The board's annual budget is allocated to the areas of research, market development, producer education and federal legislation.

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