Corn and soybean growers support Nobles County 4-H

The Nobles County Corn and Soybean Growers Association supported the Nobles County 4-H program in August by purchasing 150 pounds of pork loin at the Nobles County Fair 4-H fundraiser auction. The group’s winning bid was $2,600. Those funds have helped over 50 Nobles County youth attend the Minnesota State Fair.


The Nobles County Corn and Soybean Growers Association then donated the pork loin to the Adrian school district. The meat will be used at an upcoming school event.


“The Nobles County Corn and Soybean Growers Association is proud to support our local schools and county 4-H program,” President Matt Widboom said. “As a grassroots farmer organization, we’re dedicated to supporting our local communities. We look forward to continuing our engagement with youth programming well into the future.”


The Nobles County Corn and Soybean Growers Association is dedicated to supporting family corn and soybean farmers in Nobles County. Each year, the organization participates in community events, hosts a golf outing, funds scholarships for local ag students, and more. The Nobles County Corn and Soybean Growers Association is one of 52 county corn grower associations in Minnesota. Learn more about these groups at mncorn.org/outreach.


Shown: Randy Schettler, Adrian Elementary principal; Tom Diekmann, Agricultural professional and director of county external affairs; Molly Schilling, Adrian Superintendent.

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