MCGA farmer-leader Tom Haag elected to National Corn Board

Tom Haag

MCGA farmer-leader Tom Haag has been elected to the National Corn Board.

Big news out of Corn Congress in Washington D.C.: Eden Valley farmer and Past MCGA President Tom Haag has been elected to the National Corn Board.

Haag is the first Minnesotan to serve on the National Corn Board since Jerry Larson (Elbow Lake) retired in 2011.

Haag is a fourth-generation farmer and farms with his son, Nathan. He currently serves on NCGA’s Research and Business Development action team and previously chaired the Grower Services team. In Minnesota, Haag chairs MCGA’s Government Relations committee. He served as MCGA President in 2012-13.

On behalf of MCGA and all Minnesota Corn Farmers: Congratulations Tom!

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