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Sorghum Checkoff Establishes Web Presence

Sorghum Checkoff Establishes Web Presence

Updates of marketing efforts, news and research will be available.

The United Sorghum Checkoff Program has launched a new Web site to provide interactive and up-to-date information about the sorghum industry and the progress of the Sorghum Checkoff Program. The site features a section devoted to current sorghum research information. The page provides links to USCP research partners across the country, as well as details on current checkoff research projects.


The Sorghum Marketing Development section outlines specific marketing efforts aimed toward each use of sorghum including international and domestic use, biofuels, animal feed, gluten-free food and new uses. Additionally, the site features the latest news stories involving USCP and archives past articles. Visitors can also look to the events calendar for details on upcoming events in the industry.


USCP Communications Committee Chair Billy Bob Brown says he hopes producers will take advantage of the new site. Brown says the Web site will give producers the opportunity to be updated on the latest sorghum research and market development. The Web site can be found at

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