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SALAT YOUR VOTE MATTERS The Indiana Corn Marketing Council conducts an annual election to place farmer-leaders on its board of directors. The following individuals are seeking election for District 1, 4, 7 and two at-large seats. Visit your county extension office from August 8-12, 2022 to vote. Absentee ballots are available at your county extension office or at incorn.org/elections until August 3rd and must be received by August 5th. For questions, call 317-644-2791. District 1 Running unopposed Natasha Cox, Benton County Natasha Cox and her husband, Brent, farm corn and soybeans in Benton County near Fowler, Ind. Cox also serves as a regional vice president for Farm Credit Mid-America. Cox has been a board member of the ICMC since 2016 and looks forward to the opportunity to provide insight and passion for the corn industry, supporting research projects and collaborations that are vital priorities to com producers in the state of Indiana. District 4 Running unopposed Paul Hodgen, Putnam County Paul Hodgen farms com and soybeans in rural Putnam County near Roachdale, Ind. in a partnership with Abe and Shirley Hodgen. Hodgen started farming in 2012 and earned a bachelor's degree in agronomy and a master's degree in soil science from Oklahoma State University. He earned a doctorate's degree in agronomy and soil fertility from the University of Nebraska, Elected to the ICMC Board of Directors in 2016, Hodgen currently serves as Board President. District 7 Running unopposed J.R. Roesner, Dubois County J.R. Roesner farms corn, soybeans and wheat with his brothers in Dubois, Pike, Spencer and Warrick, counties. Roesner earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University. An ICMC board member since 2015, he serves as the board's vice president and is the current chair of NCGA's Ethanol Action Team. At-Large Three candidates running for two seats Josh Miller, Madison County Josh Miller farms corn and soybeans full-time with Richard Smith Farms, Inc., in Madison County in addition to operating a seed dealership. Miller currently serves on the ICMC Board of Directors, while also serving as the vice chair U.S. Grains Council, which is membership-driven organization of corn, sorghum, barley producers and agribusinesses that support free and fair global trade. If re-elected to the ICMC board, Miller hopes to focus his efforts on expanding export markets for Indiana and U.S. corn. David R. Ring, Dubois County David R. Ring farms with his son, Brent, near Huntingburg, Ind, where they grow com, soybeans and wheat. Ring also raises dairy and turkeys. Ring earned a bachelor's degree in business education from Oakland City University and a master's degree in economics from the University of Evansville. Ring currently serves as secretary of the ICMC Board of Directors. If re-elected, Ring would like to advance the public's knowledge of our safe corn supply and help improve and promote more marketing and new uses of com and com products. Adam Sheller, Hamilton County Adam Sheller farms corn and soybeans in partnership with his family in Noblesville Ind. Sheller earned his bachelor's degree of Ag Education from Purdue University and is currently a member of the Hamilton County Farm Bureau. If elected to the ICMC board, he hopes to work towards better marketing conditions for large and small growers. For more information, scan here: INDIANA CORN Marketing Council THE FUTURE IS OURS TO GROW SALAT YOUR VOTE MATTERS The Indiana Corn Marketing Council conducts an annual election to place farmer - leaders on its board of directors . The following individuals are seeking election for District 1 , 4 , 7 and two at - large seats . Visit your county extension office from August 8-12 , 2022 to vote . Absentee ballots are available at your county extension office or at incorn.org/elections until August 3rd and must be received by August 5th . For questions , call 317-644-2791 . District 1 Running unopposed Natasha Cox , Benton County Natasha Cox and her husband , Brent , farm corn and soybeans in Benton County near Fowler , Ind . Cox also serves as a regional vice president for Farm Credit Mid - America . Cox has been a board member of the ICMC since 2016 and looks forward to the opportunity to provide insight and passion for the corn industry , supporting research projects and collaborations that are vital priorities to com producers in the state of Indiana . District 4 Running unopposed Paul Hodgen , Putnam County Paul Hodgen farms com and soybeans in rural Putnam County near Roachdale , Ind . in a partnership with Abe and Shirley Hodgen . Hodgen started farming in 2012 and earned a bachelor's degree in agronomy and a master's degree in soil science from Oklahoma State University . He earned a doctorate's degree in agronomy and soil fertility from the University of Nebraska , Elected to the ICMC Board of Directors in 2016 , Hodgen currently serves as Board President . District 7 Running unopposed J.R. Roesner , Dubois County J.R. Roesner farms corn , soybeans and wheat with his brothers in Dubois , Pike , Spencer and Warrick , counties . Roesner earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University . An ICMC board member since 2015 , he serves as the board's vice president and is the current chair of NCGA's Ethanol Action Team . At - Large Three candidates running for two seats Josh Miller , Madison County Josh Miller farms corn and soybeans full - time with Richard Smith Farms , Inc. , in Madison County in addition to operating a seed dealership . Miller currently serves on the ICMC Board of Directors , while also serving as the vice chair U.S. Grains Council , which is membership - driven organization of corn , sorghum , barley producers and agribusinesses that support free and fair global trade . If re - elected to the ICMC board , Miller hopes to focus his efforts on expanding export markets for Indiana and U.S. corn . David R. Ring , Dubois County David R. Ring farms with his son , Brent , near Huntingburg , Ind , where they grow com , soybeans and wheat . Ring also raises dairy and turkeys . Ring earned a bachelor's degree in business education from Oakland City University and a master's degree in economics from the University of Evansville . Ring currently serves as secretary of the ICMC Board of Directors . If re - elected , Ring would like to advance the public's knowledge of our safe corn supply and help improve and promote more marketing and new uses of com and com products . Adam Sheller , Hamilton County Adam Sheller farms corn and soybeans in partnership with his family in Noblesville Ind . Sheller earned his bachelor's degree of Ag Education from Purdue University and is currently a member of the Hamilton County Farm Bureau . If elected to the ICMC board , he hopes to work towards better marketing conditions for large and small growers . For more information , scan here : INDIANA CORN Marketing Council THE FUTURE IS OURS TO GROW

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