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The Cotton Roundtable will be broadcast live from the Intercontinental Exchange in New York City to the Ag Market Network listening audience at www.agmarketnetwork.com, Friday, July 22, at 8:30 a.m., Eastern time.Hear about crop conditions, market fundamentals and pricing strategies.

Elton Robinson 1, Editor

June 8, 2011

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A team of cotton analysts will discuss cotton crop conditions, market fundamentals and price movement at the annual Cotton Roundtable, Friday, July 22, 8:30 a.m. Eastern time.

The experts will also draw from USDA’s June 30 Acreage report and July’s Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates to provide growers with strategies for pricing cotton at a time of historically high cotton prices.

Special guest speaker at the Roundtable is Joe Nicosia, president and CEO, Allenberg Cotton Co. 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, cotton market analyst.

The conference will be broadcast live from the Intercontinental Exchange in New York City to the Ag Market Network listening audience at www.agmarketnetwork.com. Listeners can e-mail questions to the panel at [email protected].

The program will also be carried by KFLP 900 AM, Floydada, Texas, and KZIP 1310 AM, Amarillo, Texas. An archive of the roundtable will be available at www.agmarketnetwork.com. The Cotton Roundtable is sponsored by the Intercontinental Exchange, Cotton Incorporated, Certified FiberMax, Ag Market Network and Farm Press Publications.

  

About the Author(s)

Elton Robinson 1

Editor, Delta Farm Press

Elton joined Delta Farm Press in March 1993, and was named editor of the publication in July 1997. He writes about agriculture-related issues for cotton, corn, soybean, rice and wheat producers in west Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and southeast Missouri. Elton worked as editor of a weekly community newspaper and wrote for a monthly cotton magazine prior to Delta Farm Press. Elton and his wife, Stephony, live in Atoka, Tenn., 30 miles north of Memphis. They have three grown sons, Ryan Robinson, Nick Gatlin and Will Gatlin.

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