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In This Issue
Missouri Gin Committed To Quality
Cotton School Creates Career Opportunities
What Customers Want
Southern Ginners Adjust To New Environment
Learning Experience
Cottonseed Oil Has The ‘Right Taste’
Editor's Note
Cotton Consultants Corner
Web Poll
Cotton's Agenda
Specialists Speaking
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
My Turn
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Current Issue: September 2012

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The Issue
One of the most important relationships in today’s cotton production is the partnership between the producer and ginner. They must trust each other in order to deliver cotton quality to the textile mill. At the Farmers Union Gin in Senath, Mo., Charles Parker and Steve Harris are committed to serving their customers every year.

Cover Photo By Tommy Horton
 

Feature Stories
Missouri Gin Committed To Quality
Cotton School Creates Career Opportunities
What Customers Want
  Mills Expect Better Quality For Cotton
Southern Ginners Adjust To New Environment
Learning Experience
Cottonseed Oil Has The ‘Right Taste’

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Ginners Adapting To New Challenges
Cotton Consultants Corner
  Dealing With Details
Web Poll
  2008 Farm Bill Extension Anticipated
Cotton's Agenda
  Striving For Zero Tolerance
Specialists Speaking
  This Year's Crop Overcame Heat, Drought
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Drought May Affect Fiber Properties At Gin
My Turn
  Saying Good-bye


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