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Feb 15, 2011

World food shortage a scary thing

Without significant changes in commercial agriculture world populations and demographic changes will leave us without enough food in the coming years....More
Feb 15, 2011

World Ag Expo hangover: achy bones, upright thumbs

2011 World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif. - fun, successful, well attended, and well organized....More
Feb 08, 2011

Tough love as penny-pinching of budget cuts begins

Tough love of penny-pinching begins to trickle down as Congress begins budget-cutting process....More
Feb 03, 2011

It’s a good day to work from home

On days like this I’m glad I work from home....More
Jan 31, 2011

Chinese cotton crop looking for a home, any home

Chinese storing cotton in their homes is a sign of how valuable the white fiber has become....More
Jan 26, 2011

Optimism returns at Beltwide Cotton Conferences

Cotton producers at the Beltwide Cotton Conferences in Atlanta were brimming with optimism over high cotton prices. Glyphosate-resistant Palmer....More
Jan 24, 2011

Trip to BCS National Championship Game about more than just football

For those of you who are not college football fans, and for those who are but who were not cheering for Auburn University on Jan. 10, allow me a....More
Jan 18, 2011

One hungry planet

One hungry planet--a foreboding possibility for our future....More
Jan 12, 2011

Dick Winters, a true American hero, dead at 92

Major Dick Winters, hero of Band of Brothers book, TV series, has died....More
Jan 11, 2011

Another Beltwide success story

We have achy feet, sore backs, bloodshot eyes and tinges of carpal tunnel syndrome from relentless typing and scribbling notes. Acid reflux has been....More
Jan 04, 2011

Cotton industry loses leader with death of Billy Carter

Billy Carter was a cotton man. His death January 1, leaves a giant footprint on the cotton industry....More
Dec 22, 2010

In season of peace and hope, both seem ever elusive

In Christmas season of peace and hope, both seem ever more elusive....More
Dec 15, 2010

Corn – from moonshiner trunk to NASCAR tank

Starting in 2011, NASCAR will fuel all races with E15, a 15 percent corn ethanol blend. It’s the start of a great relationship between the racing....More
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