- All Hands On DeckRead Now
The 2023 Year in Review is now available. Read how corn growers are working to defend atrazine, reduce fertilizer tariffs, and protect markets in Mexico.
- Mark Your CalendarsAll Events
Winter corn meetings are just around the corner. Make plans to join us at a meeting near you for the latest corn updates, programs, and conversation with fellow growers and Missouri Corn staff.
- Missouri Corn Scholarship Applications Now AvailableApply Now
This year, the Missouri Corn Growers Association and Missouri Corn Merchandising Council will award seven deserving college juniors and high school seniors $1000 scholarships for the 2024-2025 school year. Applicants must submit an application form, official high school or college transcript and at least one letter of recommendation to the Missouri Corn office by February 16, 2024.
- Edge Of Field Monitoring ProjectLearn More
Through the investment of the Missouri Corn and Missouri Soybean Merchandising Councils, the Edge of Field (EoF) Water Quality Research Program was a farmer-driven collaboration conducted from 2017 through 2022. Check out the results now.
- Next Generation Fuels ActLearn More
The Next Generation Fuels Act would significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions and move to higher ethanol blends. Reintroduced to Congress this summer, the measure would require that automakers phase in higher levels of clean, low-carbon octane by model year 2031. The higher the octane, the more efficiently the engine uses energy.
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White House Approves Governors’ E15 Request
February 22, 2024
(JEFFERSON CITY)—The White House announced today it was approving a plan put forth by Gov. Mike Parson and seven other […]
Missouri Corn Growers Share Priorities, Recognize Partners
February 01, 2024
(JEFFERSON CITY)—Corn farmers, industry representatives, and guests from across the state gathered in Jefferson City, Mo., yesterday for the Missouri […]