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Cotton Roundtable panel to discuss crop, prices

A blue ribbon panel of cotton analysts will discuss the cotton market on July 26. Special guest speaker is Joe Nicosia, executive vice president, global head of cotton, Louis Dreyfus Commodities. The event will be broadcast live from New York City. Listening options are available.

As the mid-point of the cotton production season nears, knowledge of the U.S. crop’s potential and price direction could be just the head start you need for locking in a profitable cotton price.

Don’t miss out on early analysis of cotton fundamentals at the Cotton Roundtable, Friday, July 26, from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m., Eastern, in New York City. Cotton market experts will discuss crop conditions, acreage and price forecasts.

Panelists include O.A. Cleveland, professor emeritus, Mississippi State University, Carl Anderson, Extension specialist emeritus, Texas A&M University, Jarral Neeper, president of Calcot, Joe O’Neill, former president, New York Cotton Exchange, Pat McClatchy, Ag Market Network and special guest speaker, Joe Nicosia, Louis Dreyfus Commodities.

 The conference will be aired live over radio station KFLP 900 AM, from Floydada, Texas and KZIP from 1310 AM, Amarillo, Texas, or you may listen live on the Internet at Listeners can e-mail questions to the panel at A recording of the event will be available around noon at

The Cotton Market Roundtable is sponsored by The Intercontinental Exchange, Cotton Incorporated, Certified FiberMax, Ag Market Network and Farm Press Publications.


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