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Childers, Neugebauer Seek Common Ground
TCGA Opens Doors For Students
Hiring Ag Workers Becomes More Difficult
Pros And Cons Of Early Planting
NCC Critical Of Obama Budget Proposal
Texas Will Challenge EPA’s Recent Actions
Texan Eddie Smith To Lead NCC
Editor's Note: Making The Case For Bipartisanship
Cotton's Agenda: Acting On Regulatory Threats
Specialists Speaking
Research Projects -- A Major Priority
Industry Comments
Web Poll: Land-Care Programs
My Turn: Charting A New Course
TCGA SECTION
TCGA Schedule of Events
Message From Tony Williams
TCGA’s ‘Ginner of the Year’
TCGA Exhibitors and Booth Numbers
President's Report
Plains Cotton Growers Annual Meeting
Scholarship Awards Announced For 2009-2010
Incoming TCGA President
Trust Enjoys Profitable 2009 Season
TCGA Officers & Directors
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PLAINS COTTON GROWERS ANNUAL MEETING

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TCGA Schedule of Events
Message From Tony Williams
TCGA’s ‘Ginner of the Year’
TCGA Exhibitors and Booth Numbers
President's Report
Plains Cotton Growers Annual Mtg
Scholarship Awards Announced
Incoming TCGA President
Trust Enjoys Profitable 2009 Season
TCGA Officers & Directors

Plains Cotton Growers, Inc., will conduct its 52nd Annual Meeting on Friday, April 9, 2010. PCG’s meeting will be held in the Banquet Hall of the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. The meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. with registration, and the program will start promptly at 9 a.m.

The primary focus of discussion at the meeting will be to provide PCG members an overview of the current political climate and potential impact it could have on the cotton industry through changes to agriculture and trade policy heading into the 2010 mid-term election cycle and the beginning of the 2012 Farm Bill development process.

One of the featured speakers at the meeting will be Washington D.C.-based agriculture correspondent Jim Wiesemeyer. This will mark his third appearance before the PCG membership, having previously addressed the organization in 2005 and 2007.

Current PCG president Barry Evans of Kress, Texas, will preside over the meeting and PCG executive vice president Steve Verett will report on the status of PCG operations and activities.

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