Saturday, September 08, 2007

Illinois Farmer Re-Elected to Lead American Corn Growers

Keith Bolin was recently re-elected to serve as President of the American Corn Growers Association:

The American Corn Growers Association (ACGA) Board of Directors unanimously reelected Keith Bolin, a Manlius, Ill., corn and hog producer, as its President. Mr. Bolin vowed to keep ACGA in the forefront of efforts to improve the economic situation for all hard-pressed farm families.

Bolin addressed the ACGA board and all of the nation’s farmers when he said, “ACGA’s vision is truly your vision. If you believe in competition, please support ACGA with your membership. If you desire vibrant rural main streets, churches that are full on Sunday morning, rural schools that offer what the schools in the suburbs do, then please help us help you. Together, we are making a difference. The American farmer has been and will continue to make a difference in the independence of America, whether it is food, fuel clothing or shelter, America can depend on her farmers. We at ACGA are proud to represent you and your family and community.”

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