Posted on September 21, 2013

Staplcotn welcomed two new directors to their board at the Annual Meeting on September 18, 2013. Jeffrey James “Jeff” Hux of Sikeston, Missouri, and Frank B. Rogers III of Bennettsville, South Carolina were both elected by the membership to serve one-year terms.


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Jeff Hux

Jeff Hux is a 1995 graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in Agricultural Systems Management.    He serves as a director for Cotton Incorporated and is a director and past chairman of the Cotton Producers of Missouri.  Hux is also an alternate for the National Cotton Council.  Hux is a director for the Missouri Delta Medical Center (MDMC) and chairs the MDMC Foundation Farm Committee.  He and his wife, Tara, have three children – Nicholas, age 11; Conner, age 8; and Savannah, age 6. They are members of the St. Francis Xavier church in Sikeston. In addition to cotton, Hux farms corn and soybeans.


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Frank Rogers

Frank Rogers is a graduate of Clemson University with a BS degree in Agricultural Economics.  He serves as a board member of the Marlboro County Farm Bureau and is past president of Southern Cotton Growers.  Rogers has also served on the National Cotton Council as a producer delegate as well as the NCC’s ACP Committee for numerous years. His crops include cotton, soybeans, wheat, corn and peanuts. Rogers and his wife, Cheryl, are members of Thomas Memorial Baptist Church in Bennettsville and have two adult sons, Patrick and Frank IV.