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Texas Agriculture Archive

February 20, 2004

Anderson new NCC chair

Texas producer Woody Anderson of Colorado City was elected National Cotton Council chairman at NCC's recent annual meeting. He served as NCC's vice chairman during 2003 and succeeds Alabama ginner Robert W. "Bobby" Greene, who will serve as chairman of the NCC's Executive Committee this year.

Co-owner of Anderson Farms in Mitchell County, Anderson serves as director of the Rolling Plains Cotton Growers and the Producers Co-op Gin; chairman of the Texas Boll Weevil Eradication Foundation; an advisory committee chairman of the Texas Agriculture Policy Board and a member of the Mitchell County Soil and Water Conservation District. Anderson has served in various NCC leadership positions. A University of Texas at Austin graduate, Anderson is a charter board member of First National Bank in Colorado City and a member of the Mitchell County Appraisal District Advisory Board.