Betsy Jibben talks with Ralph Sandeford, the owner of the Midville Gin and Warehouse, Midville, GA.
As cotton planting rolls forward, some analysts think relatively strong prices could urge more farmers away from soybeans and into cotton.
The family has been no-till for 20 years and used cover crops for 18 years. The Lassiters grow cotton, peanuts, wheat, rye, non-GMO soybeans and corn. They utilize a complex
Projected cotton returns are currently more favorable than some competing commodities, such as soybeans, which seem to be encouraging more cotton acres.
Cotton producers in Arkansas will receive a 75 cent per acre rebate from the Arkansas Boll Weevil Eradication Foundation (ABWEF) for 2017 acreage.
In spite of what we heard for months of sideways trading markets and media fear of being saddled long term by mountains of grains (especially corn), some real issues are