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92 growers qualify for the 2019 FiberMax One Ton Club

one-ton club

BASF recently recognized cotton growers who achieved 4-bale or greater yields by welcoming them to the FiberMax One Ton Club for their 2019 harvest results. Ninety-two members qualified for the club this year, including 14 first-time members, bringing total membership to 1,206 cotton growers. It marks the 15th year for the program. Of the qualifying members, select growers received special ... Read More »

BASF launches new FiberMax variety for 2020

kenny melton

• By Vicky Boyd, Managing Editor • BASF plans to launch one new cotton variety for the 2020 season, sticking to its belief that any new release should offer a benefit over existing ones. “We tested five experimental lines last year and we’ll be launching just one,” said Kenny Melton, BASF western region agronomic manager. “We want to make sure ... Read More »

McLain Farms

shane, sammijo mclain and their family

Texas Panhandle Operation Rotates Cotton And Cattle. • By Carroll Smith, Editor • Shane McLain and his wife, SammiJo, operate a stripper cotton and cow-calf business in Castro County, Texas, between Hart and Nazareth. This area of West Texas is part of the Panhandle — the northernmost 26 counties in the state where cotton acreage is fast replacing grain as ... Read More »

Big Boots To Fill

Rann Williams

Oklahoma Brothers Carry On Cotton Legacy. By Carroll Smith, Editor — In 1906, the year before Oklahoma was granted statehood, the Williams’ family traveled in a covered wagon from Texas and homesteaded east of Altus. W.W. “Luck” Williams was a small-time farmer, and his son, Murray — who loved cotton more than anything in the world — started farming full-time ... Read More »