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Hooked On Cotton

keith edmisten

I grew up in Harmony, North Carolina, a small town in the Piedmont. Our farm primarily had beef cattle, beans, corn and small grain all grown on the typical red clay soils of the Piedmont. My father and grandfather farmed together. We had a 5-acre cotton allotment, but we quit growing cotton when I was young. Small cotton and tobacco ... Read More »

Wrangler Highlights Farmers, Sustainability

mclendon family, georgia

Preserving The Land And Farming Lifestyle Are The Goals Of These Family Farming Operations That Represent Five States In The Cotton Belt. • By Amanda Huber, Southeast Editor • Wrangler, the iconic global jeanswear and casual apparel company, has partnered with cotton producers to create a locally sourced denim collection honoring land stewardship and sustainability on the farm. Using the ... Read More »

Extension Demonstration Double-Take

bill robertson

I was raised northeast of Lubbock, Texas, on a cotton, grain sorghum, wheat and cattle farm near the community of Farmer, which is just north of Lorenzo. Both of my grandfathers farmed, and I remember them and my dad talking about the importance of leaving the land in better shape than it was when you started. The farm was homesteaded ... Read More »