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North Dakota Corn Utilization Council elects new leadership

Among officers elected was a Carrington, N.D., farmer.

JSSP Ag News

The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council elected leadership for the year ahead at its spring board meeting on March 17. These changes will take effect on April 1.

Jason Rayner of Finley, N.D., was elected by the council to serve as chairman. He and his family farm 5,000 acres of corn and soybeans. Rayner represents corn farmers in District 2 and has been a council member since 2015.

Tysen Rosenau of Carrington, N.D. ,was elected vice chairman. He and his father operate a 6,000-acre corn, soybean and wheat farm. Rosenau represents corn farmers in District 4 and has been a council member since 2018.

Terry Wehlander of DeLamere, N.D., was elected secretary/treasurer. Wehlander and his uncle farm 3,000 acres of corn and soybeans. He represents corn farmers in District 5 and has been a council member since 2015.

The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council was created in 1991 and consists of seven members representing seven districts. The NDCUC oversees how North Dakota’s corn checkoff dollars are spent on research, education, and promotion of corn and corn products.

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All leadership roles will be up for reelection at the spring 2022 board meeting of the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council.

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