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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

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

 Fertilizer Crisis May Push Food Prices Higher

Ag Policy:The 2024 Farm Bill and Price Adjustments

Watch For Cotton Diseases and Be Ready to Handle

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

Cotton & Coffee Series - S3, Episode 5, Focus On Sustainability

Cotton & Coffee Series - S3, Episode 6, Planting Seed Quality

Cotton & Coffee Series - S3, Episode 7, Cotton Imports 101 & The Importer Support Program

 

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UGA Tifton Conference Center

Georgia Grown

DTN/Progressive Farmer


 Cotton in the Community:

Photo Gallery

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Photo Credit: Megan Odom

 

Photo Credit: Megan Odom


 
  • 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

2022 Crop Government Premiums and Discounts

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.

Resources

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

AgFax

 

 

   

 

 

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Blakely, Georgia (39823)

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Temperature: 77°F Dew point: 77°F
Humidity: 100% Pressure: 29.91 in. Hg
Wind: 3 mph From: Southwest

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Commentary
Hogs Higher to Start New Week -

Lean hog futures shrugged off early session weakness, with contracts closing 17 to 55 cents higher. The USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was

Cattle Weaker on Monday -

Live cattle futures settled the Monday session with contracts down 25 cents to $1.07. Last week’s cash trade was mostly $144-148 in the north and

Cotton Settles Locked Limit Up -

Cotton futures used the expended limits on Monday, with nearby contracts up the new limit of 5 cents. Other contracts were up triple digits for the

Soybeans Close Sharply Lower to Start the Week -

Soybean futures recovered off early day session lows by ~30 cents, with contracts closing 30 to 42 cents lower in the front months on Monday. Weaker

Corn Heads Lower on Monday -

Corn futures ended the Monday session 12 to 14 cents in the red. Deferred contracts for the 23/24 crop were steady to 5 ¼ cents lower. Pressure

Wheat Comes Off Lows, Still Close Weaker -

Wheat futures ended the Monday session with losses despite coming ~20-25 cents off the lows in several active contracts. MPLS spring wheat futures

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