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8th Annual TAWC Water College

January 20, 2022

Lubbock Memorial Civic Center

Lubbock, TX

Agenda

The Cost-Price Squeeze Once Again? Agricultural Market Outlook

     Dr. Darren Hudson, Professor and Larry Combest Chair, 

     Agricultural & Applied Economics, Texas Tech University

 

Don't Mess with Texas Water Edition

      Brooke Paup, Chairwoman Texas Water Development Board

 

Sustainability in the U.S. Cotton Supply Chain

       Dr. Donna McCallister, Assistant Professor, Agricultural & 

       Applied Economics, Texas Tech University

 

Real Field Research Overview: What's New in the Water          

Management Space

       Lloyd Arthur, Ralls County Producer 

       Jeff Miller, ForeFront Agronomy Owner

 

Fertilizer and Ag Chemical Challenges and Opportunities in 2022

      Kevin Meeks, Business Unit Agronomist, Helena Agri-Enterprises

 

Weather Outlook 2022 

      Brian Bledsoe, Chief Meteorologist/Climatologist KKTV 11 News and 

      Weather 5280 Specialist

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16th Annual TAWC Field Day Meeting

TAWC hosted its 2021 Field Day on Thursday, August 19, at the Fibermax Center of Discovery in Lubbock, Texas. This year's field day focused on soil and water management; cover crops for row crops and cattle grazing; carbon markets; upcoming weather patterns; and legislative updates. 

AGENDA

Carbon Credits and Markets for
Agriculture: Considerations for Producers
Darren Hudson, Combest Endowed Chair, Texas Tech
University

Measuring, Reporting and Verifying Soil
Carbon
Katie Lewis, Associate Professor of Soil Chemistry and
Fertility, Plant and Soil Science, Texas Tech University
Texas A&M AgriLife Research – Lubbock, TX

The Current Status of Washington DC
and Federal Policy
Kody Bessent, Chief Executive Officer, Plains Cotton
Growers

Cover Crops for Cowboys
Jeff Miller, Owner, ForeFront Agronomy

Weather Outlook: What can we expect in
the months ahead?
Jody James, Meteorologist, National Weather Service,
Lubbock, TX

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