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ProAg Announces CEO Transition

ProAg Announces CEO Transition

ProAg announced today that Michael Connealy, President and CEO, will transition to Chairman of the Board, effective June 30, 2017. Kendall Jones, currently Executive Vice President and COO, will assume the role of President and CEO on June 30, 2017....
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ProAg Announces CEO Transition

ProAg announced today that Michael Connealy, President and CEO, will transition to Chairman of the Board, effective June 30, 2017. Kendall Jones, currently Executive Vice President and COO, will assume the role of President and CEO on June 30, 2017....
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ProAg Announces CEO Transition

ProAg Announces CEO Transition

ProAg announced today that Michael Connealy, President and CEO, will transition to Chairman of the Board, effective June 30, 2017. Kendall Jones, currently Executive Vice President and COO, will assume the role of President and CEO on June 30, 2017.
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ProAg Prepared for Possibility of Government Shutdown

Today, Congress approved a one-week spending measure that averts a government shutdown. At this point in time, a government shutdown does not look imminent, but remains a possibility. ProAg wants to assure you that we are prepared for any possibilities....
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Farm Bill-No Budget Increase Expected

If a new farm bill isn’t completed in 2017, leaders of the House and Senate agriculture committees say they’re hopeful they can at least help farm-bill programs for dairy and cotton through the current budget appropriations process. ...
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The Cottonseed Conundrum

With news that Congress continues seeking a way to fold cotton back into the ARC and PLC program, this article looks specifically at the cottonseed issue....
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If for some reason a new farm bill isn’t completed in 2017, leaders of the House and Senate agriculture committees said on Tuesday they’re hopeful they can at least help farm-bill programs for dairy and cotton through the current budget appropriations process. One thing is abundantly clear, the next farm bill likely will be written with no expected budget increases. In addition, lawmakers understand the challenges farmers face in this time of low commodity prices. They are weighing the urgent need to draft a new farm bill in 2017, with the political reality that 2018 is an election year.
Congratulations to Mike on starting his transition into retirement! And best wishes to Kendall as she begins her new endeavor. ProAg announced today that Michael Connealy, President and Chief Executive Officer, will transition to Chairman of the Board, effective June 30, 2017 until his retirement in the second quarter of 2018. Kendall Jones, currently Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, will assume the role of President and Chief Executive Officer on June 30, 2017.
President Donald Trump announced he is moving forward with a renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement after all, following a dramatic show of brinkmanship. But NAFTA’s not in the clear yet.
From Missouri to Minnesota and in between, many planting efforts are stalled thanks to cool, soggy conditions. Farmers are finishing up burndown and pre-emergence herbicide sprays as well as fertilizer applications.
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