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  • Mar 7, 2014
    Southwest Farm Press

    Surviving Farm Bill Changes Part I

    Most cotton farmers have heard that the latest farm bill is decidedly different than recent ones. But how is it different and how will farmers transition from the 2008 law to the Agriculture Act of 2014? The National Cotton Council's Craig Brown explains....More
  • Feb 25, 2014
    Southwest Farm Press

    National Cotton Council launches regional farm bill educational meetings

    Farmers in South Texas get an update on the cotton provisions of the new farm bill as National Cotton Council kicks off a series of educational meetings....More
  • Feb 4, 2014

    Cotton stalk inspires first graders

    First graders are inquisitive. Give them something they haven’t seen before and watch their imaginations catch fire as they try to figure out just what it is and where it came from and what it has to do with them....More
  • Jan 13, 2014

    John Wilde, husband, father, farmer and friend

    John Wilde, husband, father, grandfather, cotton farmer and my friend passed away last week following a battle with cancer....More
  • Jan 9, 2014

    A bit of rhyme for high cotton time

    Typically, I try to inject a note of whimsy into the remarks to remind folk that producing cotton isn’t always just hard work and frayed nerves. Sometimes, farmers laugh....More
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