Northeast Iowa Man Named President of the ICGA

Arlington, IA – An Arlington man recently received a huge honor. He was named the president of the Iowa Corn Growers Association.

Mark Recker has been named the organizations president after he served on the board for several years.

Recker has grown up in Iowa and has been farming for 23 years.

Since he has been a farmer for over two decades, he knows a few things that he wants to work on to improve farming.

The Iowa Corn Growers Association has over 7,000 members and serves as the voice of Iowa farmers. The ICGA is one of the longest-standing ag associations in the country.

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