Colorado Corn Administrative Committee Elects New Leadership


[Englewood, CO — October 17, 2022] The Colorado Corn Administrative Committee is pleased to announce that three directors have been elected to serve in leadership positions including President, Vice President/Treasurer and Secretary. The elected members are as follows:

President: Rod Hahn, Yuma, CO
Vice President/Treasurer: Josh Hasart, Bethune, CO
Secretary: Matt Mulch, Burlington, CO

This is Rod’s first term as President, and he served as Vice President last year. He has also served as secretary. Josh has served as the secretary for the past two years, and Matt is new to the leadership team. All three have served on the CCAC Board of Directors before.

“I am thankful to have the opportunity to serve as President of the CCAC. I am excited with the new direction of the CCAC, and look forward to working with the other directors, the staff and our corn producers across the state for the betterment of the corn industry,” said Rod Hahn, President for the CCAC.

He continued, “I am also excited about the changes to our Action Teams, as they will be the driving force behind what we are doing, and I encourage our producers to apply to be on these teams.”

The Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture recently approved a market order change relating to the size of the CCAC Board of Directors, reducing the board from 20 to seven members. Those seven members include:

Rod Hahn, Yuma, CO
Josh Hasart, Bethune, CO
Matt Mulch, Burlington, CO
Alex Eckhardt, La Salle, CO
Jeremy Fix, Wray, CO
Jessica Brophy, Yuma, CO
Wayne Brew, Delta, CO

The Colorado Corn Administrative Committee (CCAC) is a statewide board that consists of seven directors. Members of the CCAC are appointed by the State Commissioner of Agriculture from nominations submitted by corn producers.  For more information about the CCAC Board of Directors, please visit

About: The Colorado Corn Administrative Committee (CCAC) was established over 30 years ago to manage a one-penny-per-bushel assessment collected by first handlers of sales of corn in the state.

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