The Indiana Corn Growers Association (ICGA) is a membership organization that is the public policy voice for Indiana corn growers.
Indiana Corn Growers Association represents grower concerns at the local, state and national levels, including legislative, judicial and regulatory agency decisions. Along with support from our national organization National Corn Growers Association, ICGA works to promote corn and help improve corn growers’ profitability.
Corn farmers who become members of Indiana Corn Growers Association help determine public policy positions on critical issues, such as the farm bills, trade policy and ethanol legislation.
It’s important to note, if you’re a producer who pays the corn checkoff to fund the efforts of the Indiana Corn Marketing Council, your checkoff funds are independent of ICGA. By law, those funds cannot be used to lobby elected officials in the Indiana General Assembly and U.S. Congress.