Corn grown by Indiana farmers finds its way into an incredible variety of uses, from livestock and poultry feed to newer arenas like ethanol and bioplastics. In fact, as Indiana corn farmers continue to increase yields and produce more corn per acre, there are opportunities for corn to be used in a growing number of ways.

With the help of researchers at Purdue University and national corn organizations, Indiana corn farmers prioritize identifying and commercializing innovative new uses of corn. ICMC sponsors the biennial Corn Utilization and Technology Conference – a conference designed for growers, scientists, agribusiness representatives, exhibitors, industry sponsors, members of the media and others seeking to learn the latest developments in technologies related to corn.  

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