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PCCA Introduces Member Access

Provides Members with Online Access to Accounts Plains Cotton Cooperative Association (PCCA) continues to deliver innovative and beneficial technology to its members by announcing a groundbreaking new program. The creation of a Member Access service accessible through PCCA’s web site is the direct result of PCCA’s commitment to member service and the increasing use of… Read more »

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Congressmen Visit Cotton Town USA

U.S. Congressman Randy Neugebauer invited House Agriculture Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte to West Texas to tour agricultural facilities and meet with farmers in the region in late October. One stop on their agenda was Ropes Coop Gin, and Manager Sammy Means believes the coop was chosen becausethe representatives wanted to visit with farmers. “Nearly 40… Read more »

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The Seal of Cotton Turns 30

Cotton Incorporated’s Seal of Cotton celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2003. The Seal is one of world’s most visible and well-respected trademarks that has allowed consumers to readily recognize textile products containing cotton in a retail setting. The Seal was created in 1973 by a San Francisco creative agency which also designed Levi Strauss &… Read more »

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Texas’ Oldest Coop Gin Signs on with PCCA

PCCA recently signed on the oldest, continuous operating coop gin in Texas and possibly the oldest in the United States, according to Novis Pittcock, Rule Coop Gin clerk. PCCA Field Services Director Scott Stockton says Rule Coop signed on with PCCA on July 31, 2003, because of the consistent earnings at Rolling Plains Cooperative Compress… Read more »

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Cotton Pickings

Delegate Body Representatives Recently, a number of PCCA delegate body representatives were elected or re-elected by their local coop gins. The following list was compiled through November 20, 2002. Coop Gin Delegates Ballinger Dennis Minzenmayer Rule Russell Beakley Southern Kansas Robert Miller Wells C. Todd Lockaby Comings & Goings A number of cooperative gins have… Read more »

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