MARSHALL LAMB, left, research leader, and Staci Ingram, biological science lab technician, at the National Peanut Research Laboratory, Dawson, Ga., visit with Joe Morgan, Jr., Hattiesburg, Miss., producer,
REED ROGERS, from left, Golden Peanuts, Headland, Ala.; and Darrell Driskell and Joe Parker, both with West Bay Peanuts. Driskell is at Grand Bay, Ala., and Parker at Daphne, Ala.
NATE CHILDERS, from left, and John Trammell, both with U.S. Ag, LLC, Luthersville, Ga.; and Daniel Britt, DeltAg, Greenville, Miss., were greeting visitors on behalf of their companies.
LEE DICKERSON, left, Agri-AFC, Grand Bay, Ala., and Tom Mabry, Agri-AFC, Hattiesburg, Miss., visit with producer Mark Platt, Platt Farms, Fruitdale, Ala.
TAKING A BREAK
BRIAN ATKINS, from left, Birdsong Peanuts, Prairie, Miss.; Michael Mayfield, Mississippi Peanut Supply, and Tommy Johnson, producer, both from Tylertown, Miss.
CHARLIE STOKES, from left, Monroe County Extension Agent, Aberdeen, Miss.; Johnny Yielding, Tremont, Miss., producer; and Jason Sarver, Mississippi State University Extension peanut specialist.
DANIEL PARRISH, Tchula, Miss., producer, and Alex Mayfield, Mississippi Peanuts, Aberdeen, Miss.,
MERLIN BLACKWOOD, left, tech sales rep for Verdesian Life Sciences, Ethridge, Tenn., discusses one of his products with peanut producer Kyle Williams, Fruitdale, Ala., who farms in Wayne and Greene Counties in Mississippi and Washington County in Alabama.
KEITH DRISKELL, from left, Grand Bay, Ala., producer; and Steve Seward and Kyles McDuffie, both growers at Lucedale, Miss.
FARM BUREAU LEADER
LONNIE FORTNER, left, Port Gibson, Miss., producer and District 2 vice president of the Mississippi Peanut Growers Association, and Cullen Wiggins, right, Dow AgroSciences, Birmingham, Ala., visit with Mike McCormick, newly-elected president of the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation.
ERNIE FLINT, from left, regional Extension specialist, Kosciusko, Miss.; Bill Herndon, Mississippi State University vice president for agriculture, forestry, and veterinary medicine; and Jeff Gore, associate Extension research professor at the Delta Research and Extension Center, Stoneville.