NCC leader to speak at Gin Show

February 2005
Southeast Farm Press;2/2/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p20
Trade Publication
The article reports on the chairman of the National Cotton Council Woods Eastland's unique perspective on cotton issues which he would address at the 2005 Mid-South Farm & Gin Show at Memphis. In addition to Eastland, United States Department of Agriculture's under secretary for marketing and regulatory programs, William Hawks, is among congressional, government, and industry leaders who will participate in the annual Ag Update sessions. The 53rd annual show will give growers a firsthand look at new ag products and technologies for the 2005 season, plus a special seminar on soybean rust.


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