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Our website offers the following features for you our client:

Market Quotes • eCot• Weather • News / Commentary • Alert Information

Farm Bill

National Cotton Council : Click here. Log in required.

Seed Cotton Program-what you need to know:

Implications of Hurricane Michael on the Seed Cotton ARC/PLC Decision

UGA blog-Calculating Payments with the Seed Cotton PLC

Understanding Your Generic Base Conversion Options

02/09/18 Southeastern Farm Press Article

02/14/18 Southeastern Farm Press Article

Events

UGA Tifton Conference Center

Georgia Grown

DTN/Progressive Farmer Webinars

 


 Cotton in the Community:

Photo Gallery

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Quilt artisan:  Beverly Hammack

 


 
  • Hurricane Florence/Michael Disaster Survey from the National Cotton Council - Producers.  Please click the link to complete a survey about the damage from Hurricane Michael.  Disaster Survey
  • 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.
  • Prevent Lint Contamination - Click on the link below for information regarding lint contamination prevention from the National Cotton Council.  Click HERE.
  • LDP - Click HERE for LDP information.
  • Market Facilitaion Program Information
  • New Extraneous Matter Codes - Plastic Contamination
  • Cotton Classification:Understanding the Data

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.

Resources

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

National Cotton Council

DTN Free Resources

Georgia Cotton Commission

AgriCharts

Cotton Farming

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Commentary
Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures ended the Monday session with most contracts 3 to 4 cents lower, as the 2019 contracts out to Sept hit contract lows. Losses in the

Cattle Lower After Last Week’s COF Report -

Live cattle futures were down 80 cents to $1.10 on Monday, with front month April down a tick. This was fallout from the Cattle on Feed report.

Corn Pressured by Wheat on Monday -

Corn futures ended the Monday session with most contracts 3 to 4 cents lower, as the 2019 contracts out to Sept hit contract lows. Losses in the

Hogs Lower as ASF Continues to Spread -

Lean Hog futures settled with 70 cent to $2.125 losses on Monday. China confirmed ASF cases on Hainan Island, which is more than 200 miles offshore

Soybeans Lower on Monday, Pressured by Weak Exports -

Soybean futures saw 3 1/2 to 4 cent losses in the front months on Monday. Meal futures were down 70 cents/ton, with May soy oil 10 points lower.

Cotton Mostly Higher on Monday -

Cotton futures were 17 to 22 points lower in most nearby contracts, with nearby May down 12 points. The dollar was weaker today, with crude oil up

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