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National Cotton Council Farm Bill Webinars
Author: Scott Stiles, Extension Economist

The NCC’s 2018 farm bill educational webinar schedule/instructions are below and the NCC’s webinar powerpoint presentation can be downloaded.

The webinar schedule:
Thursday, September 19, 8:00 am
Monday, September 23, 8:00 am
Wednesday, September 25, 8:00 am
Thursday, September 26, 10:00 am

All times are Central.

All webinars will cover the same information on Seed Cotton ARC/PLC election, 2019 and 2020 crop enrollment, marketing loan provisions, program eligibility provisions and the Economic Adjustment Assistance for Textile Mills (EAATM)

In addition to the webinars, the NCC continues to update its farm bill resources at A list of frequently asked questions and answers will also be posted following the webinars along with a series of short YouTube videos focusing on specific provisions of the farm bill. 

For this webinar, guests will need to use Zoom software. To connect, click  (If this is your first experience with the Zoom software, you will be prompted to download the Zoom client). Please include your personal email address.  Also, if you are hosting a group session, when prompted, please provide the number of participates.  If you have difficulty joining the webinar, email Michelle Huffman at  or Shawn Boyd at  

Please note that all audio will be through your computer, tablet or smartphone as there is no conference line audio provided.  Participants will be unable to verbally ask questions. All questions will be submitted electronically via Zoom client and answered orally by the presenter.   

If you are organizing listening groups for the webinar suggested equipment is as follows:
Small Room/Conference Room with:
•    Computer with HDMI or VGA out
•    TV with HDMI connection
•    Projector with screen if no monitor available
•    Bluetooth Speaker/Soundbar.  Available at most retailers, they have both Bluetooth and 1/8” audio connections. The soundbar will need to plug into outlet.
•    Speakers for computer if soundbar is not practical. Suggest using the largest size desktop speakers available.  Generally, they have 1/8” audio connection. 

Larger Room with:
•    Computer with HDMI or VGA output
•    Projector with screen (minimum 6ft wide screen)
•    Large Speakers rated for a big room/PA Speakers (may need RCA_1/4” to 1/8” adapter to plug into laptop)

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