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Cotton Roundtable slated for July 23

A panel of experts will bring cotton producers up to date on the latest cotton fundamentals and provide a cotton price outlook at the Cotton Roundtable, in New York City, on Friday, July 23, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time.

Special guest speaker at the Roundtable is Joe Nicosia, president and CEO, Allenberg Cotton Co., Memphis. Other panelists include O.A. Cleveland, professor emeritus, Mississippi State University; Carl Anderson, Extension specialist emeritus, Texas A&M University; Jarral Neeper, president of Calcot, Ltd., and Mike Stevens, Swiss Financial Services.

The conference will be broadcast live to the Ag Market Network listening audience at www.agmarketnetwork.net. You can call (866) 381-5546 to listen over the telephone.

The program will also be carried by KFLP 900 AM, Floydada, Texas, and KZIP 1310 AM, Amarillo, Texas. Listeners can e-mail questions to the panel at patcm@agmidsouth.com.

An archive of the roundtable will be available at www.agmarketnetwork.net. The Cotton Roundtable is sponsored by the Intercontinental Exchange, Cotton Incorporated, Certified FiberMax, Ag Market Network and Farm Press Publications.

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