Local Cotton Growers Celebrated for High FiberMax Yields

Exceptional yields earn Stinnett cotton growers first-time spot in FiberMax® One Ton Club™

Chris and Rachel Bogner and Jason and Megan Moss – all part of Pringle Family Farms – were recently recognized for achieving exceptional cotton yields as part of the FiberMax® One Ton Club™ for the 2020 growing season. For 16 years, the FiberMax One Ton Club has recognized cotton growers who produce a minimum of 2,000 pounds of ginned cotton per acre on a minimum of 20 acres planted to FiberMax cotton seed. Pringle Family Farms is a first-time member of the club.

“There is a unique quality of the One Ton Club member that makes this group of cotton growers so special: toughness,” said Rachel Walters, Cottonseed Marketing Manager at BASF. “No matter what’s happening in the world or on their farms, they take challenges head on and achieve impressive results. It’s a characteristic we strive to emulate with our FiberMax cotton seed, too – the ability to achieve superior fiber quality and high yield potential even in the toughest conditions.”

To view a complete list of winners and watch this year’s FiberMax One Ton Club celebration video, visit FiberMax.com/OTC.


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