NCC Cites Need for Broad Examination of Global Fiber Markets09/13/2016 National Cotton Council President/CEO Dr. Gary Adams says, “The U.S. decision to pursue a challenge against Chinese agricultural subsidies for grain crops reflects a growing desire in the United States and abroad to address more effectively the range of policies in major developing countries that affect agricultural markets.”
Far West Cotton Producers to See Texas Operations08/08/2016 Eight cotton producers from Arizona and California will see cotton and other agriculture-related operations in Texas on August 15-18 as part of the 2016 National Cotton Council’s Producer Information Exchange.
Southwest Cotton Producers to See San Joaquin Valley Agriculture07/26/2016 Eleven cotton producers from Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas will observe cotton and other agricultural operations in California’s San Joaquin Valley the week of August 1 as part of the National Cotton Council’s 2016 Producer Information Exchange (P.I.E.) Program.
U.S. Warehouse Act’s Contributions Recognized07/15/2016 WASHINGTON, DC – USDA and industry stakeholders are commemorating a century of successful partnership with commodity warehouse operators that have made reliable agricultural storage and marketing possible since World War I.
Mid-South Cotton Producers to See Operations in Carolinas07/13/2016 MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Twelve Mid-South cotton producers will see cotton operations in North Carolina and South Carolina on July 18-21 as part of the National Cotton Council’s 2016 Producer Information Exchange (P.I.E.) program.
Cotton Newsline: October 21, 201610/20/16 USDA released its October Supply and Demand report last week, and Dr. Jody Campiche, Vice President of Economics and Policy Analysis for the National Cotton Council, joins us with a review of the latest numbers and explains some of the forces behind the shifts in the global market.
Cotton Newsline: October 7, 201610/06/16 Prior to recessing until after the Presidential election in November, the House and Senate passed a continuing resolution (CR) to fund the federal government from the beginning of FY17 (Oct. 1) until December 9.
Cotton Newsline: September 23, 201609/22/16 With the potential Bayer-Monsanto merger becoming more of a reality, cotton farmers have expressed some serious concerns with the amount of consolidation within the seed and crop protection industry.
Cotton Newsline: September 21, 201609/21/16 The U.S. decision to pursue a challenge against Chinese agricultural subsidies for grain crops reflects a growing desire in the United States and abroad to address more effectively the range of policies in major developing countries that affect agricultural markets according to National Cotton Council President and CEO, Dr. Gary Adams.