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North Dakota Wheat Commission election is Jan. 13 in Stutsman County

The election will be during the Winter Ag Expo at the Jamestown Civic Center.

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An election to seat a Stutsman County representative to the North Dakota Wheat Commission will take place at 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, during the Winter Ag Expo at the Jamestown Civic Center, 212 3rd Ave. NE in Jamestown.

Any farmer who is a resident of Stutsman County and is actively involved in the production of wheat is eligible to vote and be elected. A wheat farmer must be present to vote but need not be present to be elected.

The election will be conducted under the supervision of Alicia Harstad, county Extension agent, NDSU Extension, Stutsman County.

A Wheat Commission staff member may be on hand to explain commission programs and to inform producers how their check-off investment is being used and the results of these expenditures.


The seven-commissioner governing board meets regularly to set policy and plan programs designed to expand worldwide use of U.S. hard red spring and durum wheat through export development, domestic promotion, research, trade and public information initiatives.

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