About Cotton Grower

The cotton industry is rich with tradition. But it’s also a dynamic and challenging market that requires dedicated coverage and attention. For decades, that role has been filled by the Cotton Media Group of Meister Media Worldwide.

Cotton Grower is a time-honored brand among growers, allied crop consultants, ginners, suppliers, researchers and others who help make the U.S. one of the world’s leading cotton producing nations. It provides a unique mix of content geared to help today’s sophisticated cotton growers achieve high yields, production efficiency and marketing success.

CottonGrower.com provides timely insight into the news and issues impacting the industry right now, including features on production, new technologies, weed and insect management, marketing, legislation, global trade issues, events and in-depth cotton coverage that goes beyond just the news.

The Cotton Media Group also publishes a weekly e-newsletter and provides custom print and online content, special events and other industry initiatives to help keep U.S. cotton growers up to date and globally competitive.

Cotton Grower and CottonGrower.com are based in the Cotton Media Group offices – 8000 Centerview Parkway, Suite 114, Cordova, Tennessee 38018.

 


 

Our Team

Editorial Team

 

Beck BarnesBeck Barnes
Editor/Publisher
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Jim Steadman
Senior Editor
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Sales Team

 

Chad GillyardChad Gillyard
National Accounts Manager
407-539-6552 ext. 17
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danballangerDan Ballanger
Senior Account Manager
636-448-1643
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sue bettleySue Betteley
Coordinator
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Latest News
News

Mid-South Farm and Gin Show Ready to Answer Questions for 2016

February 10, 2016

Growers have questions heading into the 2016 season. Tim Price is confident they’ll find answers during the 64th Mid-South Farm and Gin Show February 26-27.

News

NCC Names 2016 Directors and State Unit Officers

February 9, 2016

National Cotton Council directors and state unit officers for 2016 were announced at the NCC’s recent annual meeting.

News

Dodson Receives NCC Cotton Service Award

February 9, 2016

Long-time cotton industry advocate Jimmy Dodson of Robstown, TX, has received the National Cotton Council’s 2015 Harry S. Baker Distinguished Service Award.

News

Tate Elected American Cotton Producers Chair

February 9, 2016

Michael Tate of Huntsville, AL, was elected chairman of the American Cotton Producers for 2016.

Ginning

Craft to Lead National Cotton Ginners Association

February 9, 2016

Ron Craft of Plains, TX, is the 2016 president of the National Cotton Ginners Association.

Ginning

Colombini, Nevius Receive National Ginner Awards

February 9, 2016

Louis Colombini and Barry Nevius have been honored by the National Cotton Ginners Association for their distinguished service to the ginning industry.

News

Cotton Highlights from February WASDE Report

February 9, 2016

Sluggish export sales and consumption drive the cotton numbers in USDA’s February World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report.

News

Stephens to Lead the National Cotton Council in 2016

February 8, 2016

Shane Stephens of Greenwood, MS, has been elected National Cotton Council chairman for 2016.

News

NCC: Another Challenging Year for U.S. Cotton

February 8, 2016

National Cotton Council economists say that low cotton prices, ample global stocks and uncertainties about global mill cotton use will make 2016 another challenging year for the U.S. cotton industry.

Promotion

Lucas to Head Cotton Council International for 2016

February 8, 2016

Keith Lucas, a cooperative official from Garner, NC, will serve as president of Cotton Council International for 2016.

Production Outlook / Acreage

NCC Survey Predicts 9.1 Million U.S. Cotton Acres in 2016

February 7, 2016

U.S. cotton producers intend to plant 9.1 million cotton acres this spring, according to the National Cotton Council’s 35th Annual Early Season Planting Intentions Survey.