Corn Growers Adopt New Logo

Cindy Zimmerman

The National Corn Growers Association has unveiled a new logo for their identity. It’s the first time the organization has adopted a new brand in many years.

“In August, we reached a record membership level of 36,216 individual dues paying members,” said NCGA President Bart Schott, a corn farmer in Kulm, N.D. “We’ve also got a record number of entries in our National Corn Yield Contest as it approaches its 50th year, and more and more of our growers are becoming more involved in our organization.”

“We are always taking a fresh look at how to approach what we do and just as farmers embrace new technology and new ideas for their fields, so too it has become time to embrace a new look and feel for our national organization,” Schott added. “This new symbol for our association reflects our movement forward as a team working to create and increase opportunities for corn growers, and harvesting progress along the way.”

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