Today’s Cotton Newsline is 5 cuts. All cuts are Harrison Ashley, Executive Vice President of the National Cotton Ginners’ Association.
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It is important that both the hands-on ginners and management stay current with the latest technology and issues facing the cotton industry. One way to do this is by participating in Ginner Schools across the cotton belt. Registration is now open for the 2013 Ginner Schools, and this year’s program will offer schools in Texas, New Mexico, and Mississippi. National Cotton Ginners' Association Executive Vice President Harrison Ashley shares more information.
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The courses are divided into levels based on experience. However, it is recommended that all new students, regardless of gin experience, start with level one.
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Seminars on contamination prevention will also be offered.
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Ashley closes with registration details.