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Texas Cotton Production
 
 Production Detail for Texas
Crop Year:
Production:
Planted Acreage:
Average Price:
Value of Crop:

3-yr Avg Production:
10-yr Avg Production:  
2008
4,474,000 bales 1
5,015,600 acres
53.77 cents per pound
$1.15 billion

6,205,000 bales (2006 - 2008)
5,769,480 bales (1999 - 2008)

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 Latest Industry Profile for Texas 2
Sector Businesses Jobs     Revenue      
 
Farms 3 7,225 27,559 2,413,081,000
Gins 271 6,775 444,906,000
Merchants 51 336 1,768,246,355
Warehouses 96 1,664 127,326,876
Cottonseed Dealers/Processors 14 327 476,160,177
Textile Mills 31 1,445 305,856,966
Total 7,688 38,106 $ 5,547,345,370


  1. Includes upland and Pima cotton.
  2. Businesses and jobs for the Farm and Gin segments are from 2007 Census information. Businesses and jobs for all other segments are from 2002 Census information. Business revenue represents the most recent crop year information.
  3. Defined as any business that produced agricultural commodities with a (potential) value of at least $1,000 and planted at least some cotton.