Cotton Marketing News – Market Back to Double Digits

Cotton Marketing News – Market Back to Double Digits

Don Shurley, UGA Professor Emeritus of Cotton Economics   The market continues to find ways to surprise and shock and sometimes make us happy and sometimes disappoint.  If it can, the market has a way of proving all analysts wrong at some point. After trading...
Marianna Carinata Workshop – October 12

Marianna Carinata Workshop – October 12

  With peanut harvest fully underway and cotton harvest just beginning, now is a good time to think about your winter crops and fallow ground. If you are interested in learning about carinata production for this winter, join us for coffee and donuts at the...
Cotton Marketing News:  Market Shocked and Direction Confirmed

Cotton Marketing News: Market Shocked and Direction Confirmed

Don Shurley, UGA Professor Emeritus of Cotton Economics Ten days ago, my headline said “Prices Should Begin to Find Direction Soon”.  Direction has now been realized as prices have gained significantly—giving growers new hope after we were in the upper 80’s just a few...
Guidelines for Selecting a Consulting Forester

Guidelines for Selecting a Consulting Forester

  Ian Stone, Forestry/Natural Resources Agent-Walton County Selecting a consulting forester is a major decision for landowners with both small and large private forest management enterprises. Consulting foresters provide technical forestry assistance in all...
US Beef Cows Drop 2% in NASS July Cattle Inventory Report

US Beef Cows Drop 2% in NASS July Cattle Inventory Report

– The USDA National Agricultural Statistic Service (NASS) published their annual July 1 Cattle inventory Report on July 22, 2022.  There were not many surprises in this year’s report, but it is helpful to know the general trend in the US.  The total,...