Buck Braswell wins High Cotton Award

Smith, Ron
January 2006
Southeast Farm Press;1/4/2006, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Buck Braswell, winner of the Farm Press High Cotton Award. Braswell follows conservation techniques in his agriculture farming. He gives value of to soil conservation and management in order to keep his agricultural productivity and quality high. Braswell is dedicated to conservation and it is due to his relentless efforts to implement and follow the conservation techniques which earned him the honor to become the winner of the 2006 Farm Press High Cotton Award for the Southwest.


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