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Mid-South Farm & Gin Show’s virtual experience is live

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This year's farm and gin show will allow participants to virtually kick some tires and contact reps from attending companies.
The Mid-South Farm & Gin show will be live online February 26-27.

THE 2021 MID-SOUTH Farm and Gin Show’s virtual platform is live and ready for engagement from attendees around the world. Attendees must register to gain access to the website. Individuals can register at https://www.farmandginshow.com/ by clicking on attendee registration.

FarmGinShow_4c_Logo.jpgOnce logged into the website, attendees can watch Ag Outlook sessions on Friday, Feb. 26, and Saturday, Feb. 27, both beginning at 8:30 a.m. Friday’s Ag Outlook session features National Cotton Council chairman Kent Fountain on cotton industry issues, and Joe Nicosia, Louis Dreyfus, with a global cotton outlook.

Saturday’s Ag Outlook session features Richard Brock, Brock Associates, who will provide his perspective on global grain markets, the economy, and issues impacting agriculture and grain marketing.

The AgLaunch Start-up Station will feature some of the most innovative ag tech entrepreneurs from across the nation to showcase how their ideas will shape the future of agriculture. The Start-up Station is scheduled for Friday, February 26, at 11:00 a.m. A special safety program presented by AgriCenter International is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 26, at 1:30 p.m.

On Saturday, February 27, attendees can start their day with the Ag Outlook session featuring Richard Brock, Brock Associates, who will present his unique perspective on grain marketing, the economy, and political environment. A special rice marketing seminar featuring Milo Hamilton is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

Attendees will also be able to visit exhibitors on the exhibitor page, viewing product demos, videos, and brochures. They will also be able to engage with exhibitors on their individual pages.

Southern Cotton Ginners Association (SCGA) members can attend the SCGA Annual Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 25, beginning at 1:30 p.m. In addition to comments from Curtis Stewart, chairman of the National Cotton Ginners Association, speakers will cover topics important to the industry. Attendees can receive updates on cottonseed size and quality, cotton ginning research, and new and expanded opportunities for cottonseed value. To attend the ACGA Annual Meeting follow this link to the association's website.

Southern Cotton Ginners Association will also recognize award winners including Ginner of the Year, Memorial Scholarship recipient, and A.I. Vandergriff Pioneer Award.

Attendees to the Mid-South Farm and Gin Show and Southern Cotton Ginners Association Annual Meeting must register for the show for access to the website and presentations. To register, visit farmandginshow.com and click on attendee registration.

For additional information, contact Tim Price, show manager, at 901-494-6977.

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