The February 8 general session will feature a report from NCC Chairman Jay Hardwick, along with a special video presentation summarizing NCC activities during 2009.
Other important convention sessions will feature: 1) the February 5 American Cotton Producers meeting, where the NCC's planting intentions survey results will be announced and a report from Jim Miller, USDA Under Secretary of Agriculture for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services; and 2) the February 6 joint program committees meeting with the NCC's Economic Outlook and a report from Cotton Incorporated President J. Berrye Worsham. The National Cotton Ginners Association also will hold its annual meeting on the afternoon of the 6th, and Rep. Travis Childers, (D-MS), a member of the House Agriculture Committee, will address that session.
The February 6 luncheon will feature Charlie Cook, the publisher of The Cook Political Report. If you decide to attend that Saturday luncheon or the Sunday Prayer Breakfast, see Marjory Walker on site at the meeting for a complimentary ticket. Business attire is appropriate for all convention events.
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