Kansas Commodity Commissions

KDA remains involved with the commodity commissions through a number of different avenues. KDA assists in the reporting and record-keeping functions of the commissions. All phases of the election process for the commodities will be developed and conducted through KDA, including public outreach for potential candidates and voters, ballot formation, and follow-through with tallying the ballots and announcing new commission members.
  • Commodity Commission History

  • Election Procedure

  • Who can participate?

  • Online Candidate Petitions *NEW*

  • Paper Petition Documents

  • Commodity Contact Information

2020 Commodity Commission Elections

New members for the state's five grain commodity commissions were elected in early 2020. These members will represent districts four, five and six. Commissioners serve three-year terms and the terms will commence on April 1, 2020.
  • Kansas Corn Commission

  • Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission

  • Kansas Soybean Commission

  • Kansas Sunflower Commission

  • Kansas Wheat Commission