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WEB EXCLUSIVE
Why Do Farmers Stay With Cotton?
What Customers Want
Cotton Strives To Stay Competitive
Pursuing Zero Tolerance
Indian Farms Continue Link To Cotton
USDA Aims For Rural Growth
PGRs Crucial In A Late Crop
Gin Safety Can't Be Ignored
Ginning Marketplace
Editor's Note
Cotton's Agenda
Cotton Consultants Corner
Web Poll
Industry News
Specialists Speaking
My Turn
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The Luckey family farm operation in West Tennessee continues to keep cotton in its crop rotation program with corn, soybeans and wheat. Even with attractive grain prices, the Luckeys believe it’s wise to stay with cotton. The crop continues to deliver consistent yields, and there is too much invested in cotton equipment to stop growing it.

Cover Photo By Tommy Horton

Feature Stories
Why Do Farmers Stay With Cotton?
What Customers Want
  Sustainability: A Concept Whose Time Has Come
Cotton Strives To Stay Competitive
Pursuing Zero Tolerance
Indian Farms Continue Link To Cotton
USDA Aims For Rural Growth
PGRs Crucial In A Late Crop
Gin Safety Can't Be Ignored
Ginning Marketplace
  TCGA Members Optimistic Amid Drought Conditions
 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Loyalty To Cotton – An Encouraging Sign
Cotton's Agenda
  From The Ground Up
Cotton Consultants Corner
  Persistence Keeps Cotton Competitive
Web Poll
  2013 Cotton Crop – A Mixed Bag
Industry News
Specialists Speaking
  Crop Needs Some Help To Finish
My Turn
  Power Of Positive Thinking

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