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Farm Bill

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Understanding the Cotton Marketing Loan and LDP/MLG

USDA-Disaster Assistance Discovery Tool

Tips for an efficient cotton harvest

Proper Harvest Moisture Levels - Round Modules

Handling Seed Cotton Exposed to Rain

Cotton Byproducts Supplement Cattle Feed

Seed Coat Fragments Explained

2021 CCC Premiums and Discounts Table

Delta Farm Press - Digital Issue - April 2022

Farmer Evacuates Ukranian Orphans 

 Fertilizer Crisis May Push Food Prices Higher

Cotton & Coffee Series - S3, Episode 1, Robotics and Combatting Contamination

Cotton & Coffee Series - S3, Episode 2, Cotton Incorporated Efforts in Asia

Cotton & Coffee Series - S3, Episode 3, Cotton Growers Information Hub

Cotton & Coffee Series - S3, Episode 4, Cotton Incorporated Innovations

 

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 Cotton in the Community:

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  • Rain Gauges - Need a gauge for your farms?  Stop by the office and grab a few!  New color - gauges have been restocked and are available in clear now!
  • Round Bales - If you are using a round bale picker, you can haul your own rounds to the gin.  Please call Jackson Hammack at the gin, 229-723-6600, for more details.

Bale Contamination

LDP Information

Classing Information

Tools

  • Cotton Host - Don't forget you can check your farm production day by day - all you need is your producer number and a password.  If you haven't gotten your password yet, call the office - we'll get you set up.

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US Cotton Trust Protocol - Producer participation needed! Sign up today.

USCTP - Webinars to help Producers sign up

US Cotton Trust Protocol 

Newsletter - USDA Cotton & Tobacco Program

NEW!!  from Cotton Inc., Cotton Cultivated, a new web-based tool for cotton industry information

from The Cotton Board: FOCUS ON COTTON webacasts

Southeast Farm Press

Agricultural Marketing Resource Center

Georgia Cotton News

DTN Free Resources

Georgia Cotton Commission

AgriCharts

Cotton Farming

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Humidity: 93% Pressure: 29.95 in. Hg
Wind: 7 mph From: Northwest

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Commentary
Soybeans Rally to Close Out Friday -

Soybeans extended the gains off Thursday, with contracts up 16 to 32 ¾ cents on Friday. Expiring May was up 63 cents. Product values added to the

Wheat Markets Mixed on Friday -

The wheat complex closed mixed on Friday, with Chicago closing slightly lower. KC HRW contracts were up 8 to 14 ¼ cents, with MGE spring wheat 7 to

Cotton Closes Mixed on Friday -

Cotton futures saw weakness in old crop July on Friday, down 33 points. Looking ahead at new crop, December is was up 41 points. Outside markets

Corn Pulls Back on Friday -

Corn futures closed out the week with 4 to 10 ¼ cent losses in most contracts. May Futures expired at $7.94 ½. July was down 3 ½ cents on the

Cattle Mixed on Friday -

Live cattle futures closed with June up 42 cents and other contracts 27 to 77 cents lower. Feeder cattle were up 52 cents to $1.85 on weakness in

Hogs Sharply Higher in Front Months -

Front month lean hog futures were up $2.22 to $3.05 on Friday, with exception to expiring May. The National Average Base Hog price for Friday was

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