New Leadership Continues to Work on Farm Bill Priorities for Corn Growers
“Our grain going into Mexico with the decree from Mexico in February we have to get that stopped, you know their ban on GMO corn. That is one of our largest markets f grain exports. We have to continue to fight to stop that. And then also we need to pass the next gens the next generation fuel act along with getting year-round you 15 Over the last hurdle for the last three years we've had emergency waivers for sale of e 15. In the summertime, the EPA is working on it. Hopefully at this time next year, or even sooner. We have in the books that E15 can be sold year-round across the
In addition, Schneider says he and a board are pushing for stronger farm financial security into 2023 Farm Bill via a solid insurance frame so that farmers do not have to rely on ad hoc disaster payments. In addition to Schneider being elected to the Board of Directors at the recent corn Congress. Others elected included in addition to Schneider, Jed Bauer of Ohio, Kelly Niewenhuis of Ohio and Bill Leaf from Illinois were all recently elected to the Board of Directors at the recent corn Congress meeting. The new chairman is Tom Haag of Minnesota and next year the President will be Harold Wolle, JR of Minnesota. The first vice president will be Kenny Hartman from Illinois.