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Implementing a Computer in a Farming and Ginning Operation

John Lindamood, Ben Lindamood


Good afternoon. I have been asked by the National Cotton Council to speak on the practical applications of the computer in our operation. Let me start by saying that my technical understanding is fairly low. I 'm not a computer whiz and there is a lot about computers I don't know. However, that is where I depend on my brother, Ben. He does all our programming and helps select our equipment.

Most days I would rather do just about anything than sit down at the computer, but I can tell you, without a doubt; one of the most significant changes in our operation over the last 15 years is the development and use of the personal computer. It has helped us become better producers, ginners and businessmen.

Reprinted from Proceedings of the 1996 Beltwide Cotton Conferences pp. 213 - 216
©National Cotton Council, Memphis TN

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