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Background Information

Employment History

President

Missouri Grain Sorghum Association


President

National Sorghum Producers


Affiliations

National Sorghum Producers

Board Member


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National Sorghum Producers | State Associations

www.sorghumgrowers.com [cached]

Kenny Tevis, President19588 Tevis RoadHughesville, MO 65334(660) 827-3767


Board of Directors

www.sorghumgrowers.com [cached]

Ken Tevis19588 Tevis RoadHughesville, Missouri 65334(660) 827-3767


www.grains.org

Foreign sales of U.S. grain reduce the supply of domestic product increasing the price received by producers of all substitutable commodities, said Kenny Tevis, president of the National Grain Sorghum Producers.Therefore, it is imperative for the upcoming round of WTO negotiations that U.S. agricultural market access be expanded..The hopes for NGSP at the next WTO round are the complete elimination of export subsidies, a reduction in tariff rates on imported U.S. commodities, and less ambiguity of rules regulating sanitary and phytosanitary measures, according to Tevis.The three commodity presidents spoke before a group of 200 U.S. Grains Council members and guests at a meeting to address trade policy issues affecting U.S. feed grain exports.Specifically, the meeting addressed the upcoming negotiating round of the World Trade Organization which will be held in Seattle, Washington in late November.These negotiations are critical to keep export markets open for U.S. agriculture.The U.S. Grains Council is a private, non-profit partnership of agribusinesses and producers committed to building and expanding international markets for U.S. barley, com, grain sorghum and their products.The Council has I I international offices which oversee programs in over 80 countries.


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