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Stoneville Jeans Reflect Unique Style, Quality

BY ANDREW OLAH PRESIDENT/CEO, OLAH, INC. NEW YORK, N.Y. Stoneville’s Quality We all know that once upon a time there was a Mr. Levi Strauss, who came to America from Bavaria and started selling jeans to miners in San Francisco. We also know there was a Mr. Henry Davis Lee who started another jean company. Both gentlemen left legacies that ... Read More »

Cotton Has A Home In South Georgia

BY TOMMY HORTON EDITOR All it took was a quick trip to south Georgia recently to confirm what I had heard for several months. Cotton production in this part of the Southeast is alive and well. In fact, you might even say it’s thriving. Sure, the competition from grain crops is everywhere. And everybody knows that cotton prices can’t compare ... Read More »

Industry Comments

What are you anticipating for the 2013 cotton crop season? Chris Booker Americot Seed, Jonesboro, Ark. First, our company is looking to have a good year. We always get our crop planted no matter what kind of situation we face. It can be a daunting task some years, but it seems like we always make it. Our farmers in eastern ... Read More »

Our Connection To Cotton Runs Deep

BY TOMMY HORTON EDITOR When our staff began discussing the theme for this issue of Cotton Farming, we knew that the industry was definitely adapting to a new production environment. Grain prices have continued to stay high, and cotton acres are definitely being affected. However, we felt compelled to go in another direction as we looked toward the start of ... Read More »