The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS) has released the final production figures from the 2017 cotton crop. Bianca Pruneda, with NASS in Washington, D.C., reports the crop was up 22 percent from 2016. Final 2017 Cotton Crop Numbers
Everett Griner talks about the tough times cotton producers have had in today’s Agri View. Everett looks at what needs to change and what is in the future for cotton producers. Tough Times for Cotton Producers Cotton farmers have had some tough times during the last decade. They have made good crops. They haven’t made any money. Industry leaders say …
Over the next ten years, U.S. cotton producers will face more competition from other producing countries. Gary Crawford has the story. U.S. Cotton Will Face More World Competition
USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS) released its January crop reports today, and Bianca Pruneda with NASS in Washington, D.C. says 2017 cotton production is up 24 percent from the year before. U.S. Cotton Production Up 24 Percent
It’s amazing what U.S. cotton producers have managed to do this year, despite hurricanes and floods. Gary Crawford has the story. An Improving Situation for Cotton Producers Rob Johansson, USDA Chief Economist, gives the new USDA cotton yield forecasts for Georgia and Texas. USDA Cotton Forecast for Georgia and Texas
All cotton production is forecast at 21.4 million, 480 pound bales, up 1 percent from last month and up 25 percent from last year. Yield is expected to average 900 pounds per harvested acre, up 33 pounds from last year. As of October 29, 55 percent of the cotton acreage was rated in good to excellent condition, compared with 49 percent at the same time last year. Ninety-three …
In the August crop report from USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service, the U.S. cotton acreage estimate is the same as the June report. Bianca Pruneda with NASS in Washington D.C. has the latest numbers.