Cotton's higher value affecting storage at gin yards

Significant increases in the value of cotton will necessitate changes in the way modules are stored on gin yards, as well as affecting insurance coverage on that cotton, says Richard Kelley, outgoing president of the Southern Cotton Ginners Association, who discussed the issue at the association’s annual meeting in conjunction with the Mid-South Farm & Gin Show at Memphis.

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