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Farm production, farm disposition, and value of cotton and cottonseed and related data

1928-42, by states

by United States. Bureau of Agricultural Economics

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Published by United States Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cotton growing and manufacture

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRasor, Henry L., Minor, Ella Sue
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9074 .A42
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41 p. incl. tables.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27026744M
    LC Control Number44008769
    OCLC/WorldCa39095657

    Large Expanse of Land-: Starting a cotton farm means you wish to run it in a commercial quantity, so you will need a large expanse of large to start the can actually buy off the land or you can enter a lease agreement with a land owner that will stand a long time. Capital-: The cotton business is a bit capital from the capital needed to acquire a piece of land for. The only “one-stop shop” available in record keeping: In , when a production economist position was created in the Agricultural Research Department to document production costs for cotton producers, it quickly became apparent that cotton farmers needed a consistent way of recording costs and field operations.

    In that year, cotton production in India amounted to around million metric tons. Cotton production in the world Cotton is a natural plant fiber which grows around the seed of the cotton plant. One of the things that the farm bill did do was to convert the cotton base on a farm to Generic Base. If a farm has Generic Base, acres planted to covered commodities on that farm can be “assigned” to the Generic Base for that year and become temporary base acres of that covered commodity in addition to the permanent base of covered commodities on that farm.

    In the U.S, cotton is a major field crop that generates significant cash receipts for producers, exceeded only by corn, soybeans, wheat, and greenhouse products. Data from the cotton version of USDA’s ARMS reveal the extent to which cotton farm operators have different characteristics and use different production practices. Combined, total value of production increased by $59 million ( percent) and $ million ( percent) for and , respectively, as a result of these newly available data. Inventory values in the balance sheet decreased by $ million, on average, in and , or percent of previously reported crop inventory data.


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Farm production, farm disposition, and value of cotton and cottonseed and related data by United States. Bureau of Agricultural Economics Download PDF EPUB FB2

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United States. Office of Experiment Stations. Type. Journal Material. Published material. several data sources used by ERS to compute cotton production cost esti-mates. Several NASS reports provided secondary data for estimating cotton production costs.

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provides U.S. agricultural exports and imports, volume and value, by country. Annual business revenue stimulated by cotton in the U.S. economy exceeds $ billion, making cotton America’s number one value-added and value of cotton and cottonseed and related data book.

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check data from various sources. Being estimates, they are subject to revision as more data become available from commercial or Government sources.

Unless otherwise indicated, the totals for the United States shown in the various tables on area, production, numbers, price, value, supplies, and disposition are based on official Department estimates. Both the cottonseed PLC option and the CGCS Program have always been seen as a bridge — tools to provide financial support for cotton producers until a new Farm Bill begins with the crop year.

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