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The Missouri Certified Crop Adviser Program works in conjunction with the International CCA Program to certify that a Missouri CCA is qualified to provide advice for Missouri Cropping Systems.
The Missouri Certified Crop Adviser program acknowledges and appreciates the excellent support and cooperation it receives from Missouri Agribusiness Association (MO-AG). However, the Missouri Certified Crop Adviser Program is technically independent from MO-AG. The CCA program is administered by the International Certified Crop Adviser Program and the Missouri CCA Board of Directors.
The Missouri Certified Crop Adviser Program pays MO-AG a fee for administrative support, including the hosting of this website. However, the Missouri Certified Crop Adviser Program and Missouri Agribusiness Association are separate and independent organizations.
If you have questions regarding the CCA program, please allow the CCA administrator to forward them to the CCA Board.
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2012 Missouri CCA of the Year Nominations
The Missouri Certified Crop Adviser of the Year Award is designed to recognize a certified crop adviser who delivers exceptional customer service, is highly innovative, has shown that they are a leader in their field, and has contributed substantially to the exchange of ideas and the transfer of agronomic knowledge within Missouri’s agricultural industry. The award will be given on an annual basis at the University of Missouri Crop Management Conference. The award will consist of $200 cash, a commemorative plaque, one year CCA dues paid and nomination for the International Certified Crop Advisor of the Year Award. The Missouri Certified Crop Adviser of the Year Award celebrates a level of proficiency that belongs to an individual and not to a company. Nominations are due by September 1st and the application can be accessed by clicking here.
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