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Watch for opportunities to price cotton

Watch for opportunities to price cotton

Nobody knows how high cotton prices can rise in 2013, which makes price risk management all the more important this spring. Cotton producers can learn the latest in pricing strategies and hear a market outlook from a world class team of experts at a free seminar, Feb. 13, at the Peabody Hotel, in Memphis, Tenn. Speakers include O.A. Cleveland, Carl Anderson, John Robinson and Joe O'Neill. The event is sponsored by Cotton Incorporated and Delta Farm Press.

If you’re a cotton producer, managing price risk with futures and options could be more important than ever this coming season. To learn more about these marketing tools, be sure to attend Cotton Incorporated’s free seminar in Memphis, on Wednesday, Feb. 13. The information-rich workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Peabody Hotel, 149 Union Ave. There is no attendance fee and lunch will be provided.

“The seminar will cover the basics, as well as some of the more intermediate information related to cotton futures and options, specific hedging strategies involving the use of cotton options contracts and real world applications,” says Jeanne Reeves, Cotton Incorporated’s director of agricultural research and Ag Division staff economist. “Knowledge of these market-based strategies is critical for increasing the bottom-line of producers, and we encourage them to attend this seminar at no cost.”

Speakers at the conference will include Carl Anderson and John Robinson from Texas A&M University who will discuss when and how to use a variety of option strategies including puts, calls and spreads. O.A. Cleveland, a cotton marketing specialist, will give a cotton market outlook. Joe O’Neill, former president of the New York Cotton Exchange, will lead the discussion.

The event is sponsored by Cotton Incorporated and Delta Farm Press.

To learn more, contact Jeanne Reeves, Cotton Incorporated, 919-678-2370, jreeves@cottoninc.comor Kay Wriedt at 919-678-2271 –

The Cotton Board administers and oversees the Cotton Research & Promotion Program conducted by Cotton Incorporated and funded by America’s cotton producers and importers. The Program works to increase the demand for and improve the market position of cotton. For more information about the Cotton Board, visit


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