MGGA sets policy and elects officers

 

Last updated 12/8/2021 at 11:37am

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Montana Grain Growers Association officers, elected at the 66th Annual Convention and Tradeshow in Great Falls last week, Secretary Klayton Lohr, back, from left, Vice President Nathan Keane and Treasurer Boyd Heilig and President Tryg Koch, front from left, and Past President Mitch Konen pose for a photograph.

GREAT FALLS - Montana Grain Growers Association wrapped up their 66th Annual Convention and Tradeshow Thursday, with members setting the organization's policy for 2022 and also electing new officers.

Tryg Koch, Kalispell, was elected to serve as the president.

"I'm hoping to bridge the gap between suits and ties on the hill and the boots on the ground in agriculture. We need to fully understand how the two work side by side, while one grows the food and the other one keeps and implements safety nets." Koch said. "Both need each other in order to keep Montana producers in the business of...



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