Balancing economic forces at home and abroad could reduce the ongoing tug-of-war faced by the U.S. cotton market and offer pricing opportunities for growers, says Gary Adams of the National Cotton Council.
Arizona cotton leaders at the 2012 Arizona Cotton Growers and the Arizona Cotton Ginners joint conference include from left: cotton grower Ron Rayner, A Tumbling T Ranches, Goodyear; plus ginners Greg Sugaski, Anderson Clayton Sunshine gin, Eloy – past ACGA president; and Bill Bracket, Farmer’s Gin, Inc., Tolleson - ACGA president.
Gary Adams, National Cotton Council economist.
2012-2013 Arizona Cotton Growers Association leadership from left: Executive Director Rick Lavis; President Greg Wuertz; Vice-President Paco Ollerton; and Chairman of the Board Dan Thelander. Not pictured are Kevin Rogers, K.C. Gingg, Dennis Palmer, and Art Heiden.
China and India normally rank first or second in cotton mill use in the world. Photo courtesy of the Cotton Board's Brad Robb.
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