The time is now…to have your voice heard.
For over four decades, the Nebraska Corn Growers Association (NeCGA) has been working with generations of corn farmers to achieve monumental milestones and defend the corn industry. Our members do not stand by and let the future happen. We take charge and work hard to shape our destiny through effective public policy and market development. A leader in Nebraska agriculture, NeCGA is steadfast in our ability to deliver significant results for corn farmers.
We work to defend the corn industry against regulators, legislators and environmental groups who seek to destroy your ability to produce food, feed and fuel for a growing population.
We fight Big Oil and help Nebraska‘s majority farmer-owned ethanol industry grow into a viable competitor in the marketplace.
We collaborate with policymakers at the state and federal level to reinforce key policies and ensure proactive measures are in place to protect the industry.
Your membership matters! It allows us to band together and answer critics, to charge ahead with the truth and ensure regulators and legislators know the real story behind today’s corn industry. Be a part of the progress.
To become a member, simply join online or fill out the NeCGA Membership Application (new or renewing members) and mail or email it back to the NeCGA office at 4435 O Street, Suite 210 Lincoln, NE 68510 or email@example.com
$80 – 1 Year Membership
$190 – 3 Year Membership
$20 – 1 Year Student Membership
As an NeCGA/NCGA member, you can be proud that you are supporting an association working to create opportunities to keep corn growers in Nebraska successful. You will receive:
- Newsletters, updates, advisories and other important communications from NeCGA/NCGA.
- Seed Incentive: $150 off future purchase of 24 units of seed from any of the participating seed companies.
- Scholarship Program for high school seniors and college freshman
- All benefits from NCGA (found at the link below)
To View a full description of all membership benefits available through National Corn Growers Association, please click on the following link: