Plains, Yazoo Valley oil mills merge

July 1999
Rural Cooperatives;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p30
Informs on the plans of Plains Cooperative Oil Mill in Lubbock, Texas and Yazoo Valley Oil Mill Inc. in Greenwood, Mississippi, to merge. New cooperative to serve cotton growers and market cottonseed.


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