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    June 11, 2012
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    On-Line Cotton Market Roundtable Looks At U.S. Crop Conditions On Wednesday

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    EDITOR’S NOTE: To access the audio of the roundtable discussion, click here and then scroll down to the audio link. The discussion includes cautionary notes about pricing, crop updates and the outlook on China’s cotton inventory and buying potential.

    The Ag Market Network will hold its on-line cotton roundtable discussion this Wednesday, June 13, at 7:30 a.m. CDT.

    Much of the discussion will focus on crop conditions in Texas, the Delta states and the Southeast.

    Joining the networks regular panel will be:

    Listening options include:

    • Aired live over radio station KFLP 900 AM Floydada Texas and KZIP 1310 AM Amarillo Texas.
    • Live over the internet at www.AgMarketNetwork.com.
    • A recording will be posed around noon at http://www.agmarketnetwork.com.

    Got questions? E-mail them to the panel at patmc@agmidsouth.com. Or, call 1-888-795-8071 and the question will be forwarded.


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