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Ag Market Network to host free cotton market teleconference Friday

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Cotton stripping on the Texas South Plains.
Our guest speaker is H.W. "Kip" Butts. He will review the latest USDA Supply and Demand and Crop Production reports. Kip will also discuss his outlook for cotton prices.

The Ag Market Network will host a free cotton market teleconference on Friday, February 9 at 7:30am CDT, when a distinguished panel of cotton experts will discuss global cotton production, crop conditions, domestic demand, exports, and government policy.

Our guest speaker is H.W. "Kip" Butts.  Kip is Senior Cotton Analyst and Director of Energy Services with Informa Economics.  He will review the latest USDA Supply and Demand and Crop Production reports.  Kip will also discuss his outlook for cotton prices.

Also joining Kip will be our marketing panel.  The panel includes, Dr. O. A. Cleveland, Professor Emeritus at Mississippi State University, Dr. John Robinson, Professor and Extension Specialist/Cotton Marketing at Texas A & M University, Jarral Neeper, president, Calcot, Ltd. and Patrick McClatchy, executive director, Ag Market Network.

 ***NEW NUMBER and CODE to Listen Live, call 1-641-715-0873 and enter code 571052.

 Listen to an archived recording at www.AgMarketNetwork.net.  During the program, questions may be submitted via Facebook (AgMarketNetwork) or Twitter (@AgMarketNetwork).

 The Ag Market Network provides outstanding, free agriculture market news, analysis and advice to all those involved in the ag community.

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