Updated November 20, 2018

Wednesday, November 28 and Thursday, November 29, Tennessee corn farmers and landowners will be able to vote on a statewide checkoff referendum to consider a 1 cent per bushel assessment of corn sold.

If the referendum passes, the funds will be used to finance a program of research, education, market development, marketing, advertising and other methods designed to promote the increased production, consumption, use and sale of Tennessee corn products.

Giles County corn producers can vote between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm Wednesday November 28 and Thursday November 29 at the Giles County Extension Office located at 132 S. 2nd St. Pulaski. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture will announce the referendum results on December 7.”