TEXAS COTTON GINNERS’ ASSOCIATION

Texas Cotton Ginners’ Association has a long history of representing the cotton ginning industry and cooperating with other organizations throughout Texas and the United States to maintain the economic vitality and security of agriculture. We appreciate your visiting our Internet web site, and we are hopeful that the information provided here will be useful to you. Additional information pertaining to our history and purpose may be accessed through the ‘About TCGA’ menu option at the top of the page. In the event that you need other information, or should you desire to become a participating member or associate member, please feel free to contact us

The membership of Texas Cotton Ginners’ Association believes that when hard work is augmented by good cooperation and communication, all things are possible. It is upon this foundation that the organization was built over a century ago. We have traversed many years of challenges, and it is those years and those challenges that have made us strong, and that have prepared us for the even more difficult challenges that lie ahead.

The purpose of any worthwhile organization is to provide leadership for its members. TCGA is proactive on a number of issues … and rather than follow … the organization has chosen to be a leader in Texas agriculture. Whether representing its members at the State Capitol in Austin, or on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., TCGA can always be found in the forefront on any number of legislative and regulatory issues.  The organization squarely confronts the many issues that face the industry.


Prentice Fred, President

4050 India Road

Levelland, TX  79336

806-245-6674

long.s.gin@pcca.com  

Tony Williams, Executive Vice President

tony@tcga.org

Phone: 512-476-8388

Fax: 512-476-8215


J. Kelley Green, Director of Technical Services

kelley@tcga.org

Phone: 512-476-8388

Fax: 512-476-8215

Contact Information

211 West Bagdad Avenue Round Rock, Texas 78664

www.tcga.org

Phone: 512-476-8388

Fax: 512-476-8215

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