Paul Hollis

Paul
Hollis
Editor,
Southeast Farm Press

Paul Hollis is a native of Alabama who received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Auburn University. He served as business editor and city editor for a daily newspaper and as publications and news editor for the Alabama Cooperative Extension System before joining Farm Press in 1990. Paul lives with his wife Tammy in Auburn, Ala. They have a daughter, Tess.

Articles
U.S. beef cow numbers expected to continue decline
The U.S. beef cow herd is expected to continue to decrease in the coming months and year, primarily due to a lack of profitability, high production costs, competing meats, and alternative uses of land.
Fall vegetable acreage declines as prices move lower
California growers are expected to harvest about two-thirds of the fall fresh-market vegetable area.
Cotton prices expected to grind lower
One-dollar cotton is not sustainable for any length of time, and prices likely will fall to the low 80s, possibly mid-70s, by summer, and even lower by next fall, says Sharon C. Johnson, senior cotton analyst with First Capitol Ag.
Fresh vegetable market improving
Assuming no disruptions from tropical weather, shipping-point prices for summer fresh-market vegetables are expected to average about one-tenth above a year earlier. Despite increased area, average retail prices for melons trended lower through July, but were expected to rise by late August.
Newest herbicide-resistance technology unveiled
“The most important thing I can tell you is if you have resistance or you get resistance, and you keep doing the same
Strategies to battle fertilizer expense
With fertilizer prices leading the way for increased farming input costs, farmers are looking for strategies that’ll
Southeast High Cotton winner adopts new technologies on farm
Mike Tate appreciates the rich legacy of his family’s north Alabama farming operation, but he also keeps a keen eye
Southeast High Cotton winner adopts new technologies on farm
Mike Tate appreciates the rich legacy of his family's north Alabama farming operation, but he also keeps a keen eye
Production expenses increasing for vegetables, melons
It won’t come as a surprise to those who grow them, but a recent USDA report reveals the cost of producing vegetables
Fall vegetable production area expected to decrease in U.S.
The current fall production area for harvest for the leading fresh-market vegetables in the United States is expected
Production expenses increasing for vegetables, melons
It won't come as a surprise to those who grow them, but a recent USDA report reveals the cost of producing vegetables
Fall vegetable production area expected to decrease in U.S.
The current fall production area for harvest for the leading fresh-market vegetables in the United States is expected
Fall fresh-vegetable acreage expected to rise
Compared with a year earlier, fall season (primarily October through December) area for harvest of 11 selected
Lifting vegetable restrictions could affect producers
If participants in U.S. farm programs are allowed to plant and harvest fruit and vegetables, the effects on individual
Farm programs could influence vegetable growers
If participants in U.S. farm programs are allowed to plant and harvest fruit and vegetables, the effects on individual
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