The KyCGA is governed by a Board of Directors made up of grower members (two from each membership district and one from each eligible regional association) and industry and extension representatives. The Board of Directors set policy and program priorities for Kentucky, help guide policy and program priorities of the National Corn Growers Association, and advises the Kentucky Corn Promotion Council on project funding.

About the Kentucky corn growers Association

KyCorn is an official state affiliate of the National Corn Growers Association

The Kentucky Corn Growers Association is dedicated to growing opportunities for Kentucky corn farmers in a changing industry. This grassroots organization, founded in 1982, represents the interests of more than 7,000 corn farmers in the Commonwealth by:

  • Providing a voice for producers to influence beneficial legislation and regulation at the state and federal levels,
  • Enhancing and expanding potential uses and markets for corn to improve producer profitability,
  • Investing in research that will help farmers achieve greater production yields while reducing environmental impact, and
  • Protecting and improving the image of agriculture and farmers through consumer education.​

Growing opportunities for Kentucky's corn farmers in a changing industry.