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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.

Understanding the Cotton Marketing Loan and LDP/MLG

USDA-Disaster Assistance Discovery Tool

USDA Introduces Tropical Storm Option for Crop Insurance

Planter Prep Tips - a Free Guide

New Cotton Varieties in 2024

Best Bets For Controlling Spring Weeds

Proper Harvest Moisture Levels - Round Modules

Handling Seed Cotton Exposed to Rain

Cotton Byproducts Supplement Cattle Feed

Seed Coat Fragments Explained

 Watch For Cotton Diseases and Be Ready to Handle

The New Round Module Wrap Standard

Podcast-Building Trust for U.S. Cotton

Technology to Remotely Monitor and Manage Irrigation

Overhead Power & Communication Line Safety

5 Year-End Tax Planning Tips for Farmers

Why Cattle Prices Could Soar This Year

Do I Need a Trust? What Farmers Should Consider

4 Highly Effective Financial Habits for Farmers

Prevent Plastic Contamination in Cotton

Cotton & Coffee Series - Robotics and Combatting Contamination

Cotton & Coffee Series - Cotton Incorporated Efforts in Asia

Cotton & Coffee Series - Cotton Growers Information Hub

Cotton & Coffee Series - Cotton Incorporated Innovations

Cotton & Coffee Series - Focus On Sustainability

Cotton & Coffee Series - Planting Seed Quality

Cotton & Coffee Series - Cotton Imports 101 & The Importer Support Program

 Cotton & Coffee Series - Why Fiber Quality Matters


UGA Tifton Conference Center

Georgia Grown

DTN/Progressive Farmer

 Cotton in the Community:

Photo Gallery

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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

2023 Crop Government Premiums and Discounts

LDP Information

Classing Information


  • 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.


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

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


Cotton Farming







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Local Weather
Georgia USDA Newswire

More news...
Friday Starting Mixed for Cotton Futures -

May cotton futures rallied back over the $1/lb mark overnight, but have since given it back and are trading 63 points in the red. New crop Dec is

Soybeans Trying to Close Week Higher -

Friday morning strength has soy futures up by 5 ¾ to 7 cents so far, leading May to a net 6c gain for the week’s move. The front month soybean

Cattle Futures to Close the Week and Start the Month -

The live cattle market ended the last trade day of the month with 60 to 95 cent losses. Despite that, April was still up by a net $4.65 for the

Wheat Starting March Weaker -

Wheat futures are down by 5 to 6 cents across the U.S. classes. CME reported 116 deliveries against SRW, with Marex customers stopping them all. MTD

Hogs Closed Higher on Thursday -

The bonus day for the month of Feb finished with the lean hog board 27 to 67 cents stronger. April futures were a net $1.80 higher for the month.

Corn Market Starting Weaker on Friday -

Corn is working a penny off the overnight lows but still 1 ¼ to 1 ¾ cents weaker into the last trade day of the week. Feb ended with UNCH to 2 ½

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