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Published on Nov 11, 2011
This November cotton harvest is later than usual due to the heavy spring rains that delayed planting in the Delta. Despite the late start, CAPS Regional VP Royce Bryant, AFM, states that yields are better than expected. He also explains that this farmer has invested in new equipment that makes his harvest more efficient and reduces his labor needs. Capital Agricultural Property Services provides farm land management, consulting and real estate brokerage services in the major growing areas of the country. Visit www.capitalag.com for details.