Wisconsin Corn Growers Association
For more than 30 years, the grower-led WCGA has provided leadership for all things corn-related in Wisconsin. Through our affiliation with the National Corn Growers Association we also represent corn growers on a national level - offering practical grassroots solutions that contribute to economic, agronomic and environmental welfare.
Nationally we were able to reduce burdensome permitting requirements for farmer-applied pesticides, allocate funds for blender pumps and enact the ACRE program. We continue to push for sensible ethanol policy, to protect crop insurance coverage and to prepare for the next farm bill. In state we've led efforts to retain atrazine use, reform the agricultural cleanup fund program and limit unnecessary weight limit restrictions around harvest season.
On your behalf, we will continue to support market-driven farm programs with minimal and consistent regulation that work for producers and ensure agricultural prosperity. To do so we need your input, help and support to make this organization ever stronger. Please enlist or renew your membership and ask at least two other farmers to do the same. The benefits of membership are large but the cost to join is small.
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- Representation in Madison & Washington D.C.
- Telling our story to consumers
- Corn/Soy Expo discounted registration
- State and National corn yield contest prizes
- Up-to-date business & crop product information
- Product discounts through NCGA.com including discounts from Office Depot, Enterprise, Ford, Dell & Cabela's
What our members say.
"I really like the idea of member dollars going towards the fight for farming issues important to the individual farmer. I also like the education of the public sector with an emphasis on ethanol and how it benefits everybody."Aaron Prestemon (Fond du Lac)
"I've been a member of WCGA for years and can't recommend it enough. Between the increased networking capabilities, hands-on access to the political agenda, and great access to agricultural issues and opportunities, membership is a no-brainer."Charlie Hampton (Cambridge)
"Being a member of WCGA has opened far more doors than I ever expected."Crystal Romanowski (Stanley)
"WCGA does a great job at providing corn growers a voice to promote Wisconsin agriculture to a larger audience and that's good for all of us"Cal Dalton (Pardeeville)