Farm Press Web page highlights Peanut Profitability program

Smith, Ron
July 2004
Southeast Farm Press;7/21/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 18, p17
Trade Publication
A new Farm Press Publication Web page micro site showcases the Peanut Profitability Award, a combination awards and education program now in its fifth year. The Web site will provide detailed updates on the program and brief bios of winners. Farmers interested in entering the competition will find an entry form at the site. "We'll also use this site to highlight some of the educational materials we develop as part of this program," says Paul Hollis, editor of the "Southeast Farm Press." Winners for 2004 were announced at the Southern Peanut Farmers Federation annual meeting in Panama City, Florida on July 20, 2004.


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