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Mark Nichols, Phil Bohl of Oklahoma Elected as State Producer Chairmen for National Cotton Council

Tue, 12 Feb 2019 16:05:53 CST

Mark Nichols, Phil Bohl of Oklahoma Elected as State Producer Chairmen for National Cotton Council During the National Cotton Council’s recent Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, two Oklahoma cotton industry leaders were elected to serve as American Cotton Producers (ACP) State Producer Chairmen for 2019 – Mark Nichols, Altus; and Phil Bohl, Faxon.


Shawn Holladay of Lubbock, Texas, was re-elected as chairman of the ACP for the NCC for 2019. Currently a NCC director, he previously chaired the ACP’s Farm Policy Task Force and served on various other ACP and NCC committees and task forces.


Elected as an ACP vice chairman was Lee Cromley, Brooklet, Ga. Re-elected as vice chairmen were Jason Condrey of Lake Providence, La., and Dan Thelander of Maricopa, Arizona.


Elected as an ACP producer director was Neal Isbell, Muscle Shoals, Ala., representing the Southeast region. Re-elected as ACP producer directors were: Patrick Johnson of Tunica, Miss., representing the Mid-South; Doyle Schniers of San Angelo, Texas, representing the Southwest; and Mark McKean, Riverdale, Calif.; representing the Far West. Shawn Holladay, Lubbock, Texas, was re-elected to serve as the ACP’s at-large director.


Serving as ACP state producer chairmen in 2019 aside from Nichols and Bohl, will be:


Alabama – Nick McMichen, Centre; and Ricky Wiggins, Andalusia; Arizona –Gregory Wuertz, Casa Grande; and K.C. Gingg, Buckeye.


Arkansas – Nathan Reed, Marianna; California – Gary Martin, Firebaugh.


Florida – Nick Marshall, Baker; Georgia – Matt Coley, Vienna; and Chad Mathis, Jr., Arlington.


Kansas – Kent Goyen, Pratt.


Louisiana – Heath Herring and Russell Ratcliff, III, both of St. Joseph.


Mississippi – Ted Kendall, IV, Bolton.


Missouri/Illinois – Chris Porter, Essex, Mo.


New Mexico – Dean Calvani, Carlsbad.


North Carolina – Andrew Burleson, New London; and Rob Fleming, Jr., Zebulon.


South Carolina – William Bull, Cameron; and Daniel Baxley, Dillon.


Tennessee/Kentucky – John Lindamood, Tiptonville, Tenn.


Texas – Richard Gaona, Roby; Craig Heinrich, Lubbock; and Toby Robertson, Corpus Christi.


Virginia – James Ferguson, Emporia.


Source - National Cotton Council




   

 

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