MKC Welcomes Congressman Ron Estes

Feb 06, 2020

The MKC Benton location welcomed Congressman Ron Estes on February 3 to participate in a round table discussion with area farmers. The meeting was a time for farmers to voice their concerns and raise questions to the Congressman. Conversation focused on the USMCA trade deal, grain storage and costs, and risk management.
“We appreciate Congressman Estes and his staff taking the time to engage with our member-owners and take note on the issues they see as important,” says Dave Spears, MKC executive vice president and CMO. “MKC’s focus is on making our farmers profitable, and Estes and his staff have been here to engage and solve problems as they arise.” 
Participating in the discussion were Estes, Spears, MKC Senior Location Manager Spencer Reames, and farmers Aaron Lange, Sumner County; Austin Busenitz, Butler County; Andy Lee, Cowley County; Jeff Varner, Butler County; Tom Page, Butler County; and Walter Burress, Butler County.

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