Today's Cotton Newsline is 3 cuts. All cuts are Shawn Boyd, Agricultural Economist for the National Cotton Council.
Suggested Introduction 1:
In its November crop report, the USDA projects a 2012-2013 US cotton crop of 17.45 million bales, up 160,000 bales from their October report. Upland production was estimated at 16.79 million bales and extra-long staple production at 657,000 bales. Shawn Boyd, Agricultural Economist for the National Cotton Council explains the changes.
Suggested Introduction 2:
Boyd shares regional updates from the USDA's recent report.
Suggested Introduction 3:
U.S. mill use and exports remain unchanged for the most part.