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Burley Stabilization Corporation
Charlie C. Finch, Managing Director
405 Doublehead Ln.
Knoxville, TN 37909
Tennessee Department of Agriculture
Charlie Finch, Managing DirectorPh: 865-525-9381, Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org
Help needed in today's tobacco 'mine field'
Tobacco industry leaders participating in a March 20 discussion and fact-finding meeting are , from left , Burley Stabilization Corporation manager Charlie Finch and president George Marks and David Bryan , manager of Farmers Burley Cooperative. - Photo by Jerry Kirk.
Tobacco is a very complex subject , said Charlie Finch
, manager of the Burley Stabilization Corporation
in Knoxville.We who work in it every day are used to crises ... but now we're having a crisis just about every day..
The Burley Stabilization Corporation
said , is a farmer-owned tobacco cooperative that administers the price support system out on the warehouse floor for the U.S. Department of Agriculture
We operate under contract with USDA , Finch
said , adding that the tobacco program is in two parts - quota and price support.
Farmers agree to limit production in order to receive a minimum price for their tobacco if it does not sell in the marketplace - at the point of sale , he
TI 09/08 - Leaf News:
Charles Finch, General Manager of the Burley Stabilization Corp. in Knoxville, TN, said he had observed a lot of interest in this crop on the part of the PRC.
The states he represents - Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia - seemed to have had better luck with the weather this season, so he was optimistic that there would be plenty of good leaf for the Chinese and other foreign customers.
Charlie Finch ...
Charlie Finch dies
editor | November 2, 2012
Charlie Clifton Finch Jr. died Oct. 29.
Born in 1943, Finch began his career with the Flue-cured Stabilization Corp. in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, as an administrative assistant, becoming the chief administrative officer and manager of member relations.
In 1998, he became managing director of the Burley Stabilization Corp. in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Finch had been a member of several influential tobacco organizations, such as the Tobacco Industry Leadership Group and the Duke Homestead and Tobacco Museum.
He was a member of the policy development board of the North Carolina Cooperative Council and inducted by North Carolina State University as a "Tobacco Great."