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NAT'L CORN GROWERS ASSN BRINGS FARMER'S PERSPECTIVE TO WOMEN IN AGRIBUSINESS
National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) reports:

National Corn Growers Association Corn Board member Deb Gangwish, who farms in Shelton, Nebraska, brought her experiences and insights as a farmer to a group of 850 industry professionals during the Women in Agribusiness Summit this morning. During a panel discussion, Gangwish, CommonGround Minnesota volunteer Katie Brenny and poultry producer Amy Syester shared their ideas, concerns and perspectives with the rest of the supply chain.

Moderated by Successful Farming Agronomy and Technology Editor Megan Vollstedt, the farmers delved into topics such as the adoption of technology, sustainability and the importance of markets. The discussion emphasized the importance of working as a team to make change possible and farming profitable.

Gangwish highlighted the need to focus on the many goals shared by all in the industry.

"I respect every farmer every acre no matter their production method," she said. "There aren't enough of us to focus on our differences or work against one another."

The perspectives shared played a unique role in the Summit, which focuses largely on the issues facing the industry from a corporate point of view. Strong attendance and engaged participation from the audience demonstrated a strong desire to find new or improved ways to work with farmers for mutually beneficial outcomes.


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