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Understanding the Cotton Marketing Loan and LDP/MLG

Is Your Enitity Structure Right for Your Farm

Expiring Estate Tax Exemption:What Farmers Need to Know

Spring Farm Safety Reminders That Could Save Your Life

Scouting, Planting Early Counts for Cotton Too

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

Are You Using the Right PRE to Control Grass in Cotton?

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

Planter Maintenance Tip: Replace Closing Wheel Frame Bushings With Bearing Kits

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


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2023 Crop Government Premiums and Discounts

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Cotton Bulls Have Good Week, Up 6.1% -

Cotton prices retreated ahead of the holiday weekend, down 9 to 120 points in the actively traded contract months. Nearby July was still up 463

Hogs Leak Lower into Weekend -

Lean hogs were hanging around UNCH at midday, but tipped lower into the close. Changes for the day were 25 lower to 2 cents higher. USDA’s

Cattle Settled Mixed Ahead of the USDA CoF Release -

Live cattle futures were cautiously 12 cents lower to 17 cents higher at the Friday settlement, awaiting the USDA Cattle on Feed report after the

Corn 1 to 2 Cents Higher on Friday, July Up 12 1/4 for Week -

Corn futures closed mid-range on Friday, settling ¾ to 2 cents higher on the day. For the week, July was up 12 ¼ and new crop December was up 11

Soybeans Pulled Higher by Meal, Nearby July up 20 Cents for the Week -

Soybeans settled 2 to 8 ¾ higher on Friday, with some bull spreading getting nearby July briefly above $12.50. Soymeal was a main reason for the

Wheat Still Strong Heading Into Holiday Weekend -

The wheat complex went home with mixed on Friday, as profit taking ahead of the Memorial Day weekend nudged the July and September CBT contracts

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