Cormo USA’s CEO Stefan Muehlbauer was pleased to present at the annual dinner for the Rush County Indiana Farm Bureau on August 21st, 2019, in Rushville, Indiana. The Indiana Farm Bureau is the largest grassroots farm organization in the state with more than 250,000 members and offices in all 92 counties. The mission of the organization is to keep agriculture strong and vibrant in Indiana, to provide quality food, and to protect the rural living.

The Rush County chapter is very active, and with an estimated 150 members present, the evening provided another moment of fortuity for Cormo USA to speak to the local farming community about the exciting clean technology processes that the company is bringing into Rush County. Corn stover is an important part of the Cormo USA production process and we value the relationships built in the local communities where products like TEFA and BABS will be created. During the company’s first small-scale production cycle, a limited number of innovative and ambitious farmers are a crucial part of the process.

Cormo USA and CEO Stefan Muehlbauer appreciate the opportunity to speak at this event and thank both Rush County Indiana Farm Bureau and President Vergil Bremer for the invitation for the delicious smoked pork chop dinner. Thank you for thinking of us.

CORMO USA At the Indiana Farm Bureau Dinner in Rushville