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Rainy Harvest Season Lowers Cotton Crop Projections

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

An estimated 1.69 million acre loss of cotton hampers cottonseed supplies available to dairies CARY, N.C. (November 23, 2015) – Wet weather in the nation’s leading cotton-producing state, Texas, is expected to trim cotton production. The nation’s crop took an additional hit when torrential rains hit the Carolinas just prior to harvest, decimating a significant […]

Cottonseed production projected down, with anticipated strong prices in fall

Friday, June 26th, 2015

Current prices offer favorable buy for those seeking cottonseed’s triple punch of fiber, protein and energy CARY, N.C. (June 22, 2015) – With reduced cotton acreage and a challenging 2015 planting season, attractive cottonseed prices may not hold through the fall. “Due to the smaller crop, prices are definitely going up and will be relatively […]

Listen: DairyLine Radio – Cottonseed Prices Will Fall

Sunday, January 4th, 2015

Listen to the December 26, 2014 DairyLine radio interview here. It’s the biggest new crop cottonseed supply in years, meaning favorable prices for dairy producers. Listen to Cotton Incorporated’s Tom Wedegaertner for an outlook on cottonseed and the benefits of feeding whole cottonseed to high producing dairy cows. See Cottonseed Marketplace to connect with buyers and sellers.

Whole Cottonseed an ‘Excellent Buy’ this Fall; Diminished Supplies Expected in 2013

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Buy ahead to capitalize on the triple-nutrient supplier’s competitive value The Corn Belt’s widespread and severe drought sent corn and soybean prices soaring this growing season. With grain and oilseed prices rising disproportionately to milk and whole cottonseed prices, experts recommend dairy producers capitalize on the current competitive value of cottonseed to boost milk and […]

Whole Cottonseed Supply to Remain Flat in 2012, Tighten in 2013

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Competing crops threaten to cannibalize even more cotton acres in 2013 With the whole cottonseed dry spell expected to intensify in 2013, experts are urging dairy producers to consider locking in up to a year’s worth of the feedstuff. Cotton farmers planted 14 percent fewer cotton acres in 2012, explains Tom Wedegaertner, director of agricultural […]

Cotton Incorporated Launches Online “Cottonseed Marketplace”

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

Just one year after the launch of www.WholeCottonseed.com, Cotton Incorporated has rolled out “Cottonseed Marketplace,” a new program connecting buyers and sellers of whole cottonseed.

Severe Drought Accounts for 30 Percent of Crop Abandonment

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates project the 2011 cotton crop at 16.55 million bales, an increase of about 554,000 bales of cotton over last month’s figures, but still down 1.6 million bales from last season’s output. In Texas alone, which represents half of total U.S. cotton production, 87 percent […]

New Crop Cottonseed Could Provide Relief for Dairy Producers, but Old Crop Still a Good Buy, Expert Says

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Planting intentions survey points to 14 percent increase in cotton acreage this spring A bull market for cotton lint could drive 2011 cottonseed production and supplies available to dairies to levels not seen since 2007, says Tom Wedegaertner, director of cottonseed research and marketing, Cotton Incorporated. In the meantime, old crop cottonseed remains a “competitive […]

Cotton Incorporated Asks Public to Determine Farmer with Most Cottonseed Storage Savvy

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

“Innovative on-farm storage solutions for cottonseed” video contest calls for popular vote to determine grand prize winner of truckload of cottonseed Two of the nation’s dairy producers are vying for the chance to win a free truckload of whole cottonseed – the grand prize of Cotton Incorporated’s video contest, “Innovative on-farm storage solutions for cottonseed.” […]

Cottonseed Supply Expected to Rebound in 2011

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Dwindling global cotton stockpiles could spur more cotton plantings and further boost seed supplies for dairies, but market factors could keep prices firm

The tightening global cotton supply, coupled with China’s ravenous appetite for lint, could be the much needed shot in the arm for U.S. cotton growers to expand acreages in 2011, and produce even more whole cottonseed available for dairies.