Released July 8, 2013
(Farm Progress) Conservation enrollments may have helped producers tackle the effects of the 2012 drought by increasing preparedness, USDA Economic Research Service researchers found in a recent study.
(The Hill) House Republicans on Tuesday appeared to be moving closer to salvaging the failed $939 billion farm bill by splitting it into two pieces, although officially no decision has been yet made.
(AgFax) Cotton condition ratings have declined in the most recent week.
(Farm Press) Ten Southeast cotton producers are touring cotton operations in Louisiana and Mississippi as part of the NCC’s Producer Information Exchange (PIE) program.
(Farm Press) The decision to transfer the management of a family farm should be the culmination of many years of discussion between the older and younger generations.
(Reuters) U.S. spinning mills have increased their sales of yarn to China almost fivefold this year, taking advantage of voracious demand from the world’s largest textile market where clothes makers are struggling to source low-priced cotton.