TITLE

Farm Press honors sixth class of peanut winners

AUTHOR(S)
Hollis, Paul
PUB. DATE
July 2005
SOURCE
Southeast Farm Press;7/6/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The article informs that the Farm Press Peanut Profitability Awards Program will honor its sixth class of winning growers this year, and one can read about their innovative and sometimes inventive production practices in the pages of this issue. Going from a government quota program to more of a market-oriented approach was a historical, monumental, and sometimes painful change for peanut producers. The aim of the Peanut Profitability Award has evolved in recent years to recognize those growers who have shown adaptability in the face of such a change, and who have continued to produce profitable peanut crops.
ACCESSION #
17549996

 

Related Articles

  • Timeliness key to peanut success. Hollis, Paul L. // Southeast Farm Press;7/6/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p3 

    The article presents information related to peanut farming. Timeliness and attention to detail can make all the difference in a smaller scale farming operation. Fenn Farms grows about 100 acres of irrigated peanuts annually under their two center pivots. The other 100 irrigated acres that these...

  • Peanut Profitability Awards recognize most efficient producers. Hollis, Paul L. // Southeast Farm Press;1/7/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p24 

    Encourages peanut growers throughout the Southeast, Virginia-Carolina and Southwest production regions to participate in the Farm Press Peanut Profitability Award for 2004. Remarks from Farm Press Publisher Greg Frey on peanut growers; Privileges given to the winners; List of the 2003 Peanut...

  • Oilseed Rape Market Drivers and Choices. Kimber, Philip // Crops;7/18/2009, Special section p3 

    The article cites a number of factors that affect the health of the oilseed rape market of the U.S. One factor mentioned is crude oil and other energy markets, since a significant amount of rapeseed oil produced is delivered to the biofuel market. Another factor is stiff competition posed by the...

  • Timeliness, details trademarks of Southeast peanut champions. Hoills, Paul L. // Southwest Farm Press;7/7/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 15, p12 

    The article reports that timeliness and attention to detail can make all the difference in a smaller scale farming operation. A strict adherence to this philosophy is one of the reasons Fenn Farms of southeast Alabama has been chosen as the Southeast Region winner of the 2005 Farm Press Peanut...

  • Yield shortfall prompts rethink. Ashbridge, Ian // Farmers Weekly;10/26/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 17, p20 

    The article emphasizes the need for Robert and John Garner to rethink their strategies in handling farm produce after the shortfall they have in 2007. Based on the article, the stock of the Garners has failed to excite, with oilseed rape yield that is better-than-average 1.7t/acre and wheat that...

  • Agricultural Products Industry Profile: Taiwan.  // Agricultural Products Industry Profile: Taiwan;Oct2012, p1 

    The article offers information on the agricultural products industry in Taiwan as of October 2012. It states that the market's value increases by 1% in 2011, reaching $17,950 million and has been forecasted to have a value of$19,5122 million in 2016, with an increase of 8.7% as of 2011. It...

  • Awards honor production efficiency. Halls, Paul L. // Southeast Farm Press;7/7/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p9 

    The article focuses on the winners of 2004 Farm Press Peanut Profitability Awards. This year's award recipients helped to achieve the U.S. record average yield of 3,159 pounds per acre. Each of the winners represents one of the three major U.S. peanut production regions, the Southwest Region,...

  • Rex Carr named peanut award winner from Southwest region. Smith, Ron // Southeast Farm Press;7/6/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p12 

    The article informs that good planting moisture, ample rainfall, and moderate early-season temperatures, combined with a proven production program, put more than 5,500 pounds per acre in the hoppers for White Face Farms in 2004. It also earned White Face Farms manager Rex Carr the 2005 Southwest...

  • Peanuts moving into new areas.  // Southeast Farm Press;3/2/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p30 

    This article reports that peanuts growers in southeastern perimeter of Alabama, are moving north and west into regions of the state. Apart from soil borne pests, nematodes, Other, less tangible factors also are playing a role, notably the buyout of peanut quotas, which made it feasible to raise...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics