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Kip Butts to lead next Ag Market Network discussion

Row of round cotton modules shows production of Arkansas field
Dozens of round modules grace the edge of a cotton field near Portland, Ark., in 2016.
Teleconference expected to focus on USDA reports, latest cotton market developments.

H.W. “Kip” Butts, senior cotton analyst and director of energy services, Informa Economics, will be the guest speaker for the monthly Ag Market Network teleconference at 7:30 a.m. CDT on Monday, June 12.

Butts will be discussing the latest USDA reports and other market developments during the monthly 30-minute conference call. Dial 1-712-775-7085 and enter the code 969119 to hear his comments.

The call will also feature commentary from the Ag Market Network panelists, including John Robinson, professor and Extension specialist/cotton marketing, Texas A&M University; O.A. Cleveland, professor emeritus, Mississippi State University; Jarral Neeper, president, Calcot Ltd.; and Patrick McClatchy, Executive Director, Ag Market Network.

During the program, you can submit questions for the panel through Facebook (AgMarketNetwork) or Twitter (@AgMarketNetwork).

The Network is co-sponsored by Patrick McClatchy, futures vice president, Rosenthal-Collins Group, Cordova, Tenn., 38018, telephone (888-795-8071), fax (901-624-3203), and e-mail: [email protected]

Ag Market Network is brought to you in part by sponsorship from Bayer Crop Science and with assistance from “All Ag, All Day” radio stations KFLP 900 AM Floydada-Lubbock, Texas and KDDD 800 AM, Dumas-Amarillo, Texas, and Plains Cotton Growers, Inc.

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