Cotton regaining ground in central Oklahoma

Smith, Ron
October 2010
Southwest Farm Press;10/7/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 19, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the improvements of the Farmers' Cooperative Cotton Gin in Carnegie, Oklahoma. According to Jeannie Hileman, Farmers' Cooperative Cotton Gin's manager, the renovation has helped farmers to make an 18,000-bale gin in 2009 and has kept the cotton industry viable in parts of the state. Moreover, she claims that the renovation has helped the cotton farmers financially and in providing highest grades cottons for their customers.


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