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Gov. Brownback To Help Break Ground For Hugoton Dairy Ingredients
08/14/2012

Sam Brownback
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and other local and state officials will be on hand to break ground for Hugoton’s newest business, Kansas Dairy Ingredients, which will begin construction on a dairy ingredient and cheese processing plant. The project was announced in April. The company will invest more than $20 million in the project and create 60 full-time jobs. Phase I of the project is slated to be complete later in 2012. Brownback will be joined by Commerce Secretary Pat George, Agriculture Secretary Dale Rodman, Kansas Dairy Ingredients Chief Executive Officer Brent Davis and Chief Operation Officer Tim Gomez, along with other state and local officials. The ground breaking will occur at 1:30 p.m., Aug. 16., .4 miles east of Hugoton along Highway 51. Participants should look for an access road and white tent along the left side of the highway.
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