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Cotton Marketing News: So Much for the 18-Million Bale Scenario and those Higher Prices

Prior to this week’s USDA crop production estimates, the 2017 US cotton crop was projected at 19 million bales.  There seemed to be general consensus, given the crop conditions in parts of Texas, that the crop would not get bigger with this week’s report.  There was some belief that the crop is actually less than …

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Smallest US cattle inventory since 1952 means higher cattle prices.

Jackson County Extension Agent Doug Mayo discusses how the national drought has effected the U.S. cattle inventory and what it means for cattle prices on WTVY′s Focus on Agriculture TV Show.  The video does have a short comercial just before the interview. 5-29-12 Focus on Ag Interview. Chart provided by Southeast Cattle Advisor. Chart provided by …

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