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In This Issue
Ginning Tradition
Texas Father-Son Duo Learns To Grow Cotton
Q&A: Mid-South Ginners Upbeat About Future
Cotton School Stresses Importance Of Quality
Web Poll: Weed War Remains A Work In Progress
Cotton's Agenda
Cotton Board
What Customers Want
Editor's Note
Cotton Consultants Corner
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
Industry News
My Turn: Keeping The Faith
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Current Issue: September 2011

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The Issue
Mississippi Delta farmer and ginner Cliff Heaton has a long history of involvement in cotton. One of his most important family businesses is the Bobo-Moseley Gin in Lyon, Miss., just north of Clarksdale. For several decades, the gin has continued to deliver quality service to its many farmer customers in the Delta.

Cover Photo By Tommy Horton
 

Feature Stories
Ginning Tradition
Texas Father-Son Duo Learns To Grow Cotton
Q&A: Mid-South Ginners Upbeat About Future
Cotton School Stresses Importance Of Quality
Web Poll: Weed War Remains A Work In Progress
Cotton's Agenda
  Managing Regulatory Issues
Cotton Board
  Circle Of Utilization
What Customers Want
  N. Y. Denim Show Promotes Fiber Quality
 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Heaton Family Keeps Close Ties With Cotton
Cotton Consultants Corner
  From Hurdles To Harvest
Specialists Speaking
  Crop Season Inches Closer To Finish Line
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Keep Your Fingers Out Of The Machinery
Industry News
My Turn: Keeping The Faith

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