Cotton: After slightly adjusting the “Unaccounted” fudge factor, projected U.S. ending stocks declined from 6.0 to 5.8 million bales, month-over-month, which is an exact reversal of what happened in September. The October adjustment would...
House AG Committee members hear farmers concerns at Sunbelt Ag Expo
During 1978, the Sunbelt Ag Expo’s first year, the major concern was whether or not the land would actually support crop production.
The frustration felt by the grower at harvest is compounded when the reason for the loss is elusive. It becomes even worse if growers feel their concerns and observations are dismissed too easily.
Producers are running equipment as hard and as long as they can in preparation for the anticipated wind and rain over the coming weekend from Tropical Storm Nate.
GAP joins program partners that acknowledge the ongoing sustainable gains by United States and Australian cotton growers.
Some producers who forward-priced production on market rallies may show strong profitability with above-average yields. Others who sold at harvest prices, may struggle to show profits.